Aultman Podiatry is a specialty practice to keep feet healthy through general care, surgeries and other podiatric procedures.
Aultman Podiatry provides general podiatric care, as well as foot and ankle trauma/reconstruction, sports medicine and wound care, through extensive knowledge of current grafting techniques and wound care technology. The podiatrists at Aultman Podiatry also work with internists and family practice physicians to effectively respond to diabetes-related foot care with an emphasis on prevention.
Some of the most common concerns treated are ingrown and deformed toenails, warts, fungus, and hereditary issues, such as bunions, hammertoes and flat feet. For athletes, growing pains can commonly affect heels and arches. Sprains and fractures are another common ailment in athletes. For elderly patients, thick and deformed toenails are commonplace, as well as corns and calluses. Long term, painful big toe joints can become stiff and seasonal dry skin is also quite common. Conditions and treatments include Achilles tendonitis, aching feet, bunions, children's feet, corns and calluses, cracked heels, deep vein thrombosis, diabetes plus footwear, flat feet, fractures, fungal nails, heel pain, high arched feet, ingrown toenails, Morton's neuroma, onychomycosis, plantar warts, posterior tibial tendinopathy, Severs disease (heel pain in children) and sprains.
Aultman Podiatry was recently re-certified by the Board of Certification/Accreditation (BOC). BOC is an independent, not-for-profit agency dedicated to meeting the demands for quality patient care by offering highly valued credentials for professionals and supplies of comprehensive orthotic and prosthetic (O&P) care and durable medical equipment (DME) services.
Podiatrists are the most qualified doctors to care for your feet, specializing in many fields, including surgery, sports medicine, wound care, pediatrics (children) and diabetic care.