TOP PODIATRY CLINIC IN OWINGS MILLS, MD
Dr. Vu and Dr. Bruning are licensed podiatrists in Owings Mills, MD. Owings Mills location is our our main office! From this location, your doctors can diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions including arthritis pain, bunions, hammertoes, corns and calluses, diabetic foot issues, ingrown toenails, sports injuries, warts, and peripheral artery disease.
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Foot & Ankle Care Center in Owings Mills
Many times, acute foot problems go away with rest, ice, and time. But when they don’t, seeing a podiatrist can provide you with an accurate diagnosis and provide you with an appropriate treatment plan to get you back to enjoying life more quickly. If you live in Reisterstown or Baltimore County, Carroll County, or Howard County, and you are wondering if it is time for you to see a podiatrist, contact Dr. Vu at Family Podiatry of Maryland and he can evaluate your foot issues and get you back on your feet as quickly as possible. Frequently, overuse injuries can be treated simply with custom orthotics.
Located Northwest of Baltimore in beautiful and historic Reisterstown, Family Podiatry of Maryland provides residents of the Baltimore County area with the best diabetic foot care.
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Foot pain can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include poorly fitting shoes, prolonged period on feet, overuse such as long walks or running a marathon, sprains, strains, or trauma.
Physical discomfort in the ankle area, often including the joint or the tendon that connects the lower leg to the heel. Ankle pain can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include poorly fitting footwear, sprains, strains, overuse, lack of use, or trauma.
Nail & Skin Issues
Common causes of fingernail problems include injury, infection and skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis. Causes of toenail problems include trauma, ill-fitting shoes, poor circulation, poor nerve supply and infection. Problems with toenails can be successfully treated by a podiatrist.
Diabetic Foot Care
Foot care is particularly important if you have diabetes. Foot problems are a common complication of this condition. Your feet can be affected in 2 ways. Blood supply may be affected, resulting in slower healing. You may also lose some feeling in your feet due to nerve damage. A person whose nerves are damaged by diabetes may not realise they have minor cuts or blisters, which can lead to ulcers.
Foot & Bone Deformities
Foot deformities or misalignments (wrong positions of bones) can either be present at birth or develop over time. Putting abnormal strain on the foot or wearing tight shoes may play a role. Further risk factors include injuries, inflammations and being overweight, as well as diseases such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or brain diseases.
Sports Related Injuries
What types of sports injuries can podiatrists treat? Podiatrists can treat a wide range of sports injuries, including ankle sprains, foot and ankle fractures, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, Morton's neuroma, and many more. Football and basketball players are extremely prone to foot and ankle injuries, while runners, dancers, and gymnasts are more likely to experience stress fractures.
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If you think you have athlete's foot and its symptoms haven't subsided after a week or so of using OTC treatment, it's time to make an appointment to see a board-certified dermatologist. In situations like this, a prescription-based antifungal (either oral or topical) is often needed to get rid of the infection. If you are dealing with diabetes, nerve damage in your feet or other problems that impact the health of your feet it's even more important that you see a podiatrist right away if you notice symptoms of athlete's foot or other problems.
Pediatric Foot Care
Podiatrists treat problems with feet, toes, toenails and lower legs. They also treat walking, running and jumping problems. If children have feet or movement problems, seeing a podiatrist can help them stay active. While some foot issues, such as clubfoot, are seen at birth, most foot problems in children are discovered later by the pediatrician. Any problems usually appear in the early walking stages, about one to three years old. Different conditions will present with varying signs and symptoms.
Family Podiatry Reisterstown - Owings Mills Office Information
4 Glyndon Drive, Suite 2A, Reisterstown, MD 21136
Monday | 9A-5P
Tuesday | 9A-6P
Wednesday | 8A-5P
Thursday | 8A-4P
Friday | 8A-Noon
Contact Our Reisterstown - Owings Mills Podiatry Office
Book an appointment at (410) 833-2255 with our Podiatrists in Reisterstown, MD for complete foot care services. From as specialized as diabetic foot care, hammertoes, bunion treatment to wound care, we can help.