A leading foot and ankle care provider both regionally and nationally, Triad Foot Center is one of the largest podiatric practices in Piedmont Triad North Carolina. We are a team of highly trained, highly skilled medical and surgical foot specialists. Our team includes six podiatric doctors who are all certified surgeons by the board of podiatry examiners, and are among the most highly respected practitioners and innovators in their fields.
While we provide foot health care primarily to residents of Guilford, Randolph, and Alamance counties, our client base covers a much wider region extending over several states.
In addition to providing surgical services and general podiatric care, Triad Foot Center is an innovator in providing the state of the art treatment for Plantar Fasciitis, Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Therapy.
From routine checkups to treatments for surgery, Triad Foot Center is ready to handle all your podiatric needs.
EducationMiami University in Oxford, Ohio Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine
AffiliationsMoses Cone Hospital, Wesley Long Hospital, Randolph Hospital, HealthSouth Surgery Specialty Center
CertificationCertified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Services 10 Reasons Why You Should See a Podiatrist
1. Chronic back and/or knee pain. This could be a sign of an underlying problem in the ankle or foot. 2. Arthritis in the foot or ankle. There are medications and orthotics that can help with arthritic pain. 3. Discolored toenails. This could be a form of nail fungus, which requires specialized treatment. 4. Flat feet. Custom orthotics can prevent and alleviate pain from conditions caused by flat feet. 5. Growths on foot, such as bunions, corns, heel spurs, warts or neuromas. Podiatrists specialize in the treatment and removal of growths on the foot. 6. Skin irritations such as gout, Athlete’s Foot, scaly skin and/or inflammation. Proper diagnosis is important in determining how to get rid of pesky skin conditions. 7. Broken bones in foot. Podiatrists can ensure that bones are set to heal correctly, preventing future problems. 8. Chronic heel pain or arch pain. An array of treatment options are available for people suffering with foot pain. 9. Numbness, burning or tingling. These symptoms may indicate a neuroma or circulation problem. 10. Unusual gait or way of walking. This can cause back or postural problems that can be prevented with custom orthotics. Additional ServicesEPAT, Orthotics, Foot Surgery, Diabetic Foot Problems, Common Foot Problems
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