Sports medicine rehabilitation and therapy for professional athletes, performance artists, yogis, tri-athletes, active adults and children.
Trauma to the foot and ankle region is common. You don’t have to be very active to experience painful sprains, fractures and tears.
While heel pain is often negligible and ignored at first, this condition can seriously disrupt an individual’s quality of life and physical health.
Foot and ankle trouble doesn’t only affect adults. JAWS Podiatry is pleased to offer pediatric care for your little ones as well.
Patients with diabetes are at a higher risk of nerve damage and circulation issues due to abnormally-high blood sugar levels.
We pride ourselves in preventing foot infections and loss of function by providing the utmost care for foot abrasions, cuts and sores.
In a healthy foot, a gap at the arch of the foot provides distance between you and the floor beneath your body while standing.
When a foot or ankle is injured, damaged or deformed, orthotics can help regain range of motion and an active, healthy lifestyle.
Physicians use gait analysis to measure, strategize and treat individuals with conditions that interfere with walking or running.
In addition to surgical removal, we offer laser and light therapy as a standalone treatment or alongside antifungal oral medication.
Ingrown toenails are common and most often occur on the big toe. Possible symptoms include pain, redness, swelling and pus drainage.
Spider Veins are typically harmless, but can contribute to an aching, or burning sensation, especially with long periods of standing.
Questions? Contact our office today: (954) 922-7333