A podiatrist specializes in treating conditions that affect the feet or ankles. Podiatry can include medical and surgical forms of treatment depending on the nature of the condition. Conditions commonly treated by a podiatrist include

  • corns,
  • callouses,
  • bunions,
  • nail problems,
  • flat feet,
  • arch pain,
  • heel pain,
  • fractures,
  • skin problems,
  • "athlete's foot,"
  • sports related injuries.

Many people with diabetes have foot, ankle, and lower leg problems, as well as others with circulation problems. Podiatrists at Jefferson Regional Medical Center can help these patients develop a plan to take care of their feet and ankles. A podiatrist also sees patients through our Wound Care Center.

For more information about Podiatry at Jefferson Regional Medical Center, call 412-469-7000.

Jefferson Regional Medical Center
565 Coal Valley Road
Jefferson Hills, PA 15025

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