Foot problems can range from the basic (blisters, heel pain) to the severe (fractures, neuropathy) and more. No issue is too small or large to bring to our friendly, profeesional team! The best time to address foot and ankle concerns is sooner rather than later.
Heel pain is one of the most common conditions that we see coming into our office. This foot condition can take over your day-to-day life and be a burden when trying to do activities you love. No matter where the pain is in the foot, the experts at North Austin Foot & Ankle Institute can help treat your pain to help you get back on your feet and moving again.
Acquiring a sports injury can bring down your spirits and sideline you during the game. Ankle sprains, fractures, achilles tendon ruptures, and other foot or ankle injuries are all common sports injury conditions that we tend to see. Instead of walking off the injury or trying to take care of it yourself, visit your local podiatrist. Our physicians specialize in sports injury treatment.
Feet and ankles contain many bones and joints – which means there’s lots of opportunity for bone and joint pain to develop. When you are experiencing pain, it’s your body’s way of letting you know something is wrong. We can provide the care and treatment you need to resolve the situation and return to your favorite activities.
Soft tissue injuries—like those that develop in muscles and tendons—can cause pain and keep you from your favorite activities. You should come in for professional diagnosis and treatment when you become aware of a problem.
If your feet feel like there's tingling, numbness, pins & needles, or burning sensation, you may have neuropathy. Our doctors can assist with your nerve damage.
Your feet take a pounding every day, and over time all that weight and pressure can have a big effect on the health and appearance of your skin and nails. Fungal toenails, athlete's foot, ingrown toenails, and more conditions can all affect your health.