Majority of our patients at Divine Footcare Center, Inc. suffer from similar foot and ankle conditions; however, we treat each case individually. We take the time to understand the unique podiatric needs, medical condition, and lifestyle needs of our clients so that we can better develop a course of treatment (or recommend footwear) that will best address their podiatric issues.
Our services include:
- Laser Pain Management
- Ankle and Foot Sprains and Strains
- Heel Pain
- Athlete’s Foot/Fungal Nail
- Wound Care
- Hammer Toe/Bunions
- Aesthetic/Concierge Medicine
- Foot Reflexology/Massage
- Laser Nail Therapy
At our foot care center in Irving, Texas, we treat the following conditions:
- Ankle and Foot Strains
An ankle or foot sprain occurs due to a pull, twist, or tear of the muscle or tendon in your ankle or foot.
- Dry Skin
Dry skin is a condition characterized by itching, scaling, and cracking.
- Heel Pain
Heel pain typically affects the back or underside of your heel. Sometimes, it can affect the side of the heel as well.
A bunion is marked by a bony bump formed on the joint at the base of your big toe.
- Hammer Toe
A hammer toe is a deformity that results in bent or curling toes. This deformity can affect any toe on your foot.
- Ingrown Toenails
Ingrown toenails occur when the side of a toenail grows into the soft flesh. This can result in redness, swelling, pain and sometimes, an infection.
A fracture is the medical term for a broken bone.
- Athlete’s Foot
Athlete’s foot (tinea pedis) is a fungal infection that affects the skin on the feet. It can also spread to the toenails and hands. It is called “athlete’s foot” because it typically affects athletes.
- Corn / Calluses
Corn and calluses are thick, hard patches of skin that often develop on the feet due to pressure, friction, or injury.
Education and Preventative Care
On top of providing you with the necessary treatments that you need, our podiatrists will also provide you with useful information about proper foot care. Through proper education and preventative care, your overall podiatric health will improve as well.
Based on your specific needs and lifestyle, our podiatrists can provide you with foot care recommendations, tips, and guidelines to minimize any future foot or ankle issues and injuries.
Talk to an Expert
If you are experiencing any discomfort, pain, or other symptoms of a potential foot and/or ankle problem, please give us a call at 972-790-2800 or Set an Appointment now.