Seattle Peroneal Tendon Injuries Doctor

There are two peroneal tendons.  They both start in the lower leg, wrap around the outside of the ankle and lateral malleolus (fibula).  One ends at the base of the 5th metatarsal on the outside of the foot, called the brevis, and the other goes underneath the foot to end at base of the 1st … Read moreSeattle Peroneal Tendon Injuries Doctor

Seattle Neuroma Doctor

Neuromas are inflamed, enlarged nerves. The most common location is between the third and fourth toes, or between the second and third. They may cause a “funny bone” feeling of numbness and tingling to the corresponding toes with walking, often described as a rolled up sock. Treatment includes wearing loose, flat shoes, metatarsal padding, corticosteroid … Read moreSeattle Neuroma Doctor

Seattle Toe and Metatarsal Fractures (Broken Toes) Doctor

It is commonly believed that there is nothing that can be done for a broken toe.  This is not true.  Toes need to be x-rayed to be sure the fracture is not displaced, angulated or gapped.  The metatarsals is the part of the foot between the top of the arch and the toes. There are … Read moreSeattle Toe and Metatarsal Fractures (Broken Toes) Doctor

Seattle Plantar Fasciitis/Heel Spur Doctor

Plantar fasciitis is the most common musculoskeletal condition of the foot.  It is characterized by heel or arch pain, especially upon getting up in the morning from bed or out of a chair, or it may worsen as one walks over the course of the day.  The pain is caused by the pulling of the … Read moreSeattle Plantar Fasciitis/Heel Spur Doctor

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We are a foot and ankle physician and surgeon’s office whose provider practices to the full extent of his education and training, using his clinical skills effectively. MISSION STATEMENT Our office is committed to: • Quality care • Quality service • Coordinated care • Responsiveness to needs • Enhanced quality of life • Being a … Read moreMission Statement