Mayo Clinic Health System Podiatry provides expert medical and surgical care to patients of all ages with problems involving the skin, muscles, ligaments, nerves and bones of the foot and ankle.
Common problems treated include:
- Diabetic and other complex nail care
- Ingrown toenails
- Plantar warts
- Hammer toes
- Arthritic conditions of the foot
- Plantar fasciitis
- Flat feet
- Vascular wound care - including skin grafting
- Diabetic wound care - including skin grafting
- Morton’ neuroma
- Foot pain
- Foot fractures and injuries
- Forefoot surgery
Podiatry also treats general aches and pain caused by daily and recreational activities, and provides education on preventive medicine, including proper shoe wear and foot care for diabetic patients.
Non-surgical treatments may incorporate physical therapy, medications, braces, pads, orthotics and more.
Surgical reconstruction may be necessary for to improve conditions for some patients. Options include reconstructive foot and ankle surgeries, such as total ankle replacement and toe replacements.
Our Podiatry specialist will take the time to listen to you, have conversations and answer your questions.
Call 651-267-5000 to schedule an appointment.