Podiatrist - Houston
1140 Business Center Drive Suite 510
Houston, TX 77043
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Podiatrists specialize in diagnosing and treating disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower leg. Podiatrists have expertise in orthopedics, radiography, sports medicine, dermatology, and surgery. Some conditions that podiatrists treat are ankle injuries, bunions, calluses, neuromas, running injuries, and toe deformities. They are often the first health professionals to diagnose vascular problems that have previously gone unrecognized. Podiatrists also contribute significantly to the areas of diabetic foot care, arthritic foot care, and wound healing.
If you or someone you know have any foot conditions, Houston Foot Specialists welcomes you to come in during our office hours and receive the best foot and ankle treatments. Our goal is to heal you completely and keep you healthy.
Although Aleisha Allen, D.P.M. can treat any foot conditions you come in with, there are some conditions that are more common than others:
Sports Injury - Many common injuries are the result of running, intense exercise, or other activities that can strain or harm various parts of the foot and ankle.
Diabetes - Patients with diabetes know that they need special foot treatment. Our offices provide exceptional treatment for diabetic patients both new and old to diabetes.
Plantar Fasciitis (Heel Spur Syndrome) - Many experience this as heel and arch pain and traced to inflammation on the Plantar Fascia. Often times this pain comes from extended amounts of time sitting or lying down, but also from long periods of standing and being on your feet.
Our offices use a unique and up to date range of techniques that are all designed to help keep patients healthy and on their feet. Common types of treatments include surgery, immobilization, and physical therapy, among many other techniques. Our office is dedicated to helping you learn when you would need each type of treatment.
Surgery - Depending on the area and severity of the condition, surgery may be needed as directed.
Physical Therapy - Physical therapy is used to help reduce the pain and swelling of various parts of the foot and ankle.
Immobilization - This includes rest, casting, and the use of various uses of medical braces.
Our office supports a wide variety of technology, all designed to help you become healthier and receive the best possible medical treatment.
Ultrasound - Ultrasound technologies allow our offices to diagnose and treat soft tissue foot and ankle conditions.
MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) - MRI imaging uses magnets, radio waves and computer imaging to provide vital information to help diagnose and treat many conditions.
X-Ray - X-Rays are used to check if bones are damaged, to see if bones are fractured or broken.
1140 Business Center Drive
Houston, TX 77043