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Podiatry Services

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Your feet keep you moving, and maintaining their health lets you face daily life with confidence. When your toes, soles, heels or ankles need medical attention, turn to the health care professionals at Tidelands Health for help to get going again.

Conditions We Treat

Some foot problems can contribute to pain in your back or leg, so keeping your feet in good shape helps the rest of you stay well. You and your family members of all ages can get care from Tidelands Health specialists for many

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Help for Painful Plantar Fasciitis

In this podcast, Dr. William Whiteside discusses plantar fasciitis and treatment options.

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conditions, including:

  • Arthritis
  • Biomechanical problems – Fallen arches, pigeon toes
  • Diabetic foot problems
  • Infections
  • Injuries – Sprains, strains, fractures and dislocations
  • Ligament, muscle and tendon conditions – Plantar fasciitis, tendonitis
  • Nerve disorders – Neuromas, tarsal tunnel syndrome, burning, numbness
  • Odor and excessive sweating
  • Skin conditions – Athlete’s foot, calluses and corns, cracks and fissures, psoriasis, warts
  • Toe joint problems – Bunions, hammertoes
  • Toenail issues – Ingrown toenails, fungus, discoloring

Care for Your Feet and Ankles

Choose Tidelands Health for assistance in preventing, diagnosing and treating foot and ankle conditions. Take advantage of services such as:

  • Arthroscopic surgery that treats ankle pain or instability
  • Bunion surgery to repair abnormal growths around a toe joint
  • Customized and pre-made orthotics, including casts, splints, braces and shoe inserts
  • Endoscopic procedures that treat foot pain caused by plantar fasciitis and Morton’s neuroma
  • Injections that help manage pain
  • Medication to treat fungal infections and relieve discomfort
  • Physical therapy to strengthen muscles in your feet and ankles
  • Platelet-rich plasma – or PRP – injections that encourage injuries to heal
  • Shockwave treatment for heel pain
  • Ultrasound and X-ray exams that assist in diagnosing foot problems

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