Having feet that feel good brings freedom, a sense of comfort, and an invigorating sense that you can accomplish whatever you put your mind to.
By contrast, when something goes wrong and foot or ankle pain keeps you from doing what you love, your life changes. Foot and ankle pain is more than a nuisance. It has a direct impact on your quality of life…and your attitude toward life.
People are able to stay active and agile with the help and treatment from a podiatrist.
Fast, Effective Care to Keep You Active
If an injury takes you off your feet or makes it difficult for you to move, you want fast, effective care to get you going again.
Here are some of the main types of foot and ankle pain we help you overcome:
- Sports Injuries - From traumatic injuries, such as fractures and sprains, to ongoing care through physical therapy, we offer a variety of treatments for active feet. Dr. Evan Merrill has experienced the pain of plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, and pulled muscles and due to this understanding, he is able to provide the most effective treatments. Learn more about our sports injury treatments here.
- Diabetic Foot Pain - Persons with diabetes struggle to get healthy blood flow in their feet. This can lead to a number of serious foot and ankle problems, such as neuropathy and foot ulcers. Dr. Evan Merrill has taught about diabetic wound care. He knows the most innovative ways to treat your feet so that they stay healthy and you avoid the risk of amputation.
- Surgery - Sometimes, surgery is the best and fastest way to treat a foot injury. From bunion surgeries to wound care, we do it all. Schedule your foot and ankle surgeries with Dr. Evan Merrill or Dr. Adam Gerber to get the compassionate care you need.
- Skin and Nail Conditions - Fungal nails, warts, ingrown toenails, and athlete’s foot are unique skin and nail conditions that affect your feet and ankles. Using our advanced treatments, such as a laser for fungal toenails, you get comfortable skin and nail care and results that are sure to last.
From One Active Person to Another, We Understand the Frustration of Foot Pain
Dr. Evan Merrill and Dr. Adam Gerber understand how frustrating it is to have foot and ankle pain. They also know that the last thing you want to hear is that you must “stay off your feet” while you heal.
As an avid runner, Dr. Evan Merrill has a unique compassion for injuries that steal people away from their favorite activities. No matter what’s caused your foot and ankle pain, you want fast treatment so that you can return to doing what you love again.
Are you a runner like Dr. Evan Merrill? Request your free copy of his book, Running With Healthy Feet. In it, you’ll learn how you can protect your feet and ankles from injury so you can stay fit and active.
Contact Southern Oregon Foot & Ankle to Get Back in Motion
Do more for your foot injuries than “rest.” Get treatment so that you can get back to doing the things you love again. Schedule your appointment today by calling 541-776-3338 to learn more.