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What Is A Podiatrist?

A podiatrist, also called a doctor of podiatric medicine, is a specialist who provides medical diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle problems, such as bunions, heel pain, spurs, hammertoes, neuromas, ingrown toenails, warts, corns and calluses.

Feb 7th, 2020
Ten Things You Should Know

Does your foot and ankle specialist fully understand your needs? Is your foot and ankle specialist Board Certified? Does your podiatrist or foot and ankle specialist use the latest technology and equipment? Do they recommend treatment besides surgery?

Feb 7th, 2020
FOOT ORTHOTICS

The term “orthotic” is defined as an external device used to modify function of a body part. It generally applies to professionally made or prescription devices but is also used loosely by non-medical personnel to define a large range of...

Sep 25th, 2017
OUR AFFILIATIONS

Dr. Ed Davis is pleased to announce affiliation with US Neuropathy Centers. US Neuropathy Centers is composed of a network of doctors focused on the use of the latest technology in the treatment of nerve pain in the lower extremity caused by peripheral...

Jul 21st, 2016
INFORMATION ABOUT PLANTAR FIBROMATOSIS

Plantar fibromatosis, also known as Ledderhose disease, is a condition in which pain nodules of scar-like tissue develop on the bottoms of the feet, most often in the arch area.

Dec 21st, 2015
HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy or HBOT involves the medical use of oxygen to treat patients. Oxygen is supplied at higher than normal atmospheric pressure.

Aug 21st, 2015
DEALING WITH ACHILLES TENDONITIS

If you have Achilles tendon pain, then you might have a bigger problem than you realize. Achilles Tendonitis is a serious problem, since the Achilles tendons are the bands of tissue that connect the heel to the rest of the leg.

Feb 16th, 2015