Our Foot & Ankle Care Blog
254-776-6995facebookyoutubetwitterinstagramThe good news is that summer is here! The not-so-good-news is that this time of year can present some difficult challenges when it comes to caring for any potential wounds you may have developed in your lower limbs. So though...read more
Although the constant, scorching heat of July and August is still a ways off, there’s a definite warming trend here in Waco. April is usually the month when the mercury begins approaching the 90-degree mark, and that will…read more
Here in Texas, most of us consider ourselves to be the lucky ones—nice weather, sunglasses and sandals 24/7, right? Well … not really. While many of us are basking in the warmth of our great state, some of you may be…read more
There are very few things more devastating than being told that you need to amputate your foot to save your life. To call amputation a “life-altering” event wouldn’t do it justice. For most people it not only means a…read more
Heel pain can become chronic and debilitating if not cared for properly. The experts at Waco Foot & Ankle / Heart of Texas Heel Pain Center utilize the latest advancements in medicine to offer nonsurgical treatments to resolve your pain and suffering to get you back to the life you love.read more
Competitive youth sports often require many athletes to transition from winter activities to spring activities without considering the increased risk of incurring a foot or ankle injury. Moving from indoor to outdoor playing surfaces with varying impact can stress a young athlete’s feet and ankles.read more
Sever’s Disease is a very common inflammatory condition that typically affects children between the ages of 8 to 14 years old. During those years children are often going through many changes including rapid increases in bone growth (growth spurts).read more
Have you ever wondered what a podiatrist or foot and ankle surgeon is? In a nutshell, a podiatrist is physician who has extensive training in and dedicated their practice to the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that involve the foot, heel and ankle. Here is some helpful information about our specialty.read more
Do you suffer from heel pain? The first thing you need to understand is that heel pain is a very common complaint. There are multiple causes of heel pain. Plantar Fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain in adults. The good news is that it is very treatable. Here is more information about plantar fasciitis and available treatments.read more
At Waco Foot & Ankle, our team of highly trained, award-winning physicians is guided by a simple goal—helping you recover as quickly as possible from whatever is hurting your feet or ankles, so that you can go back to living the lifestyle you enjoy.
We provide a full range of services for almost all common (and not so common) injuries, illnesses, deformities, and other conditions of the feet and ankles. And we listen and work closely with you to develop a custom treatment plan that works best for your condition, your goals, and your lifestyle.
Read on to learn more about the conditions we treat, and some of the advanced services we provide.
Millions of Americans suffer from heel pain on a regular basis, for a wide range of reasons—shoes, occupations, hobbies, structural problems with their feet, and more. But heel pain is not inevitable. And at our Heart of Texas Heel Pain Center, the doctors of Waco Foot & Ankle can diagnose and reverse your heel pain using a variety of both traditional and advanced methods, including stem cell therapy and MLS laser therapy.
Texans love to play—whether that means football, soccer, baseball, running, or any other sport! Unfortunately, that can often lead to painful, sometimes even debilitating injuries to the feet and ankles. Fortunately for you, the team at Waco Foot & Ankle offers advanced care options for traumatic injuries like sprains and broken bones, as well as overuse injuries like shin splints and stress fractures. The goal, of course? Getting you back in the game at 100%, as quickly and as safely as possible.
While almost all foot problems can occur in both sexes, some conditions are just much more likely to develop in women due to differences in foot structure, biochemistry, and even popular footwear styles. Our physicians are experts in dealing with common women’s foot problems—including bunions, hammertoes, and skin conditions—and can provide multiple treatment options to best suit your individual needs and lifestyle.
Did you know that about 25% of people with diabetes will develop a foot ulcer at some point in their lifetime—and that nearly 100,000 Americans per year require amputations to stop the progression of diabetic wounds with uncontrolled infections? At our office, we provide advanced wound care—including the use of amniotic stem cells—to heal diabetic ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, and other types of lower extremity wounds as quickly as possible.
Other Conditions We Treat and Services We Provide
In addition to the specialty areas mentioned above, the Waco Foot & Ankle team provides the highest quality care for a wide variety of other conditions. Click any of the buttons below to learn more about our service areas.
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201 Colonnade Parkway, Suite #100
Woodway, TX 76712