Patient Education

At North Austin Foot & Ankle, we believe the more you know the better off you are -- as they say, “knowledge is golden!” That’s why we are committed to providing you with as much information as possible to help keep your feet healthy and strong. Understanding common conditions and knowing what symptoms to watch out for allows you to spot problems early and get the prompt treatment you need to ensure issues don’t get worse. Our goal is for you to enjoy the lifestyle you love and remain healthy and happy from head to toe!

Doctor Examining Foot

On this website, you will find detailed information about a wide array of conditions that we treat. Visit our specialty pages, or follow the links below to topics that interest you. If you do not see the information you are looking for, or if you have any questions, we invite you to contact us using our online contact form, or by simply giving us a call at either our Cedar Park or Round Rock, TX office by dialing (512) 593-2949.

Sports Injury Specialists

Although the benefits of staying active far outweigh the risks of getting hurt, any time you participate in sports, there’s always a chance of being sidelined by an overuse or sudden injury. No one wants that to happen, including us! That’s why we offer plenty of prevention tips to help you stay healthy and at the top of your game. If you do sustain an injury such as a sprain, fracture, Achilles issue, or other problem, you can rest assured that we have the expertise to get you back on your feet and back on the field, court, track -- or wherever it is you choose -- as quickly as possible!

Ankle Sprain Answers

Although an ankle sprain is often considered a common sports injury, the fact is, this injury doesn’t just happen to athletes – it can happen to anyone at any time! All it takes is a simple misstep and you can twist and stretch ligaments too far. Fortunately, help is not too far at all! Our expert staff is here to help your ankle mend and provide you with all the support you need.

A Focus on Fixing Heel Pain

Heel pain is perhaps one of the most common conditions we see, but to treat your heel pain, first you need to know what’s causing it! There are many reasons why you may be feeling pain in your heel, which is why it’s so important to seek our help. We will assess your problem, determine what’s behind it, and get you on the appropriate treatment plan. From plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinitis, to heel spurs and fractures, whatever is causing you discomfort, won’t be for long!

Skin and Nail Solutions

We treat everything from athlete’s foot, warts, and skin cancer, to fungal and ingrown nails, dry skin, and more. If it has to do with skin on your feet or nails on your toes, you’ve come to the right place!

And Everything in Between!

Bone & Joint

Children & Teens

Deformities

 

Diabetes

General Information

Heel & Arch

Sports

Skin & Nails