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Southern Oregon Foot & Ankle, LLC
Call Us 541-776-3338
1904 EAST BARNETT RD., MEDFORD, OR 97504
Toll Free 844-899-6826

Our Jackson County Podiatrists Are Ready to Help You in the Following Practice Areas

Every foot has a unique pain, ache, or injury. We help you get the relief you’re looking for with compassionate, conservative care in the following practice areas.

Children's FeetChildren's Feet

Did you ever dip your baby’s feet in paint, or press them into plaster, to make a plaque of their little footprints? Children grow up so fast—those little footprints don’t stay that small for long. In just a few short months, small feet grow bigger and stronger until they’re full grown and walking their own path in life. Keeping those feet healthy is important. They are your child’s foundation and necessary for mobility and independence as he or she grows up. Good child foot care can provide your young one with strong support that serves him or her into adult life.

Diabetic Foot CareDiabetic Foot Care

Diabetes wreaks havoc on your body. From the heightened blood sugar levels and the constant tests, you have enough to worry about while controlling your diabetes. You shouldn’t have to worry about your feet too. With regular visits to a diabetic foot care doctor, you get the treatment you need.

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Heel and Arch PainHeel and Arch Pain

Dr. Evan Merrill, Dr. Adam Gerber and the experts at Southern Oregon Foot & Ankle, L.L.C. know a thing or two about heel and arch pain, and how to effectively treat it.

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Nail and Skin CareNail and Skin Care

As board-certified podiatrists, Dr. Evan Merrill and Dr. Adam Gerber specialize in the care of the feet and ankles, including conditions like athlete's foot that affect the skin on the feet.

Sports InjuriesSports Injuries

Injuries are common in the feet and ankles. Dr. Evan Merrill and Dr. Adam Gerber specialize in the care and treatment of these injuries in Medford, OR.

SurgerySurgery

Surgery is a word that unnerves many people. They don’t like the idea of someone opening up their body and hesitate to take the risk. Many get mental pictures of situations straight out of a TV medical drama: a room full of nurses and doctors, everything draped in sterile sheets, and plenty of blood. Although an invasive procedure is a big commitment and requires a significant amount of healing time, sometimes surgical intervention is the best way to eliminate your pain and properly recover from an injury.