Treat Your Foot and Ankle Troubles at Sunshein Podiatry Associates

Your feet and ankles provide the foundation for your structure and can endure plenty of forces and unfavorable conditions in their duties. No matter your age, problems such as trauma, skin conditions, and gait abnormalities can arise. Learn more about the conditions Sunshein Podiatry Associates treats and the methods we use to address them.

MLS Laser Therapy for Pain

Multiwave Locked System (MLS) laser treatment is a cutting-edge method for reducing pain and inflammation for various lower limb conditions. Learn more about how laser therapy might help you.

Diabetic Foot Care

If you have diabetes, there are many different implications for your physical health and wellbeing, including heart disease, kidney disease, pancreas malfunction, and vision problems (even blindness!). This is obviously a serious medical issue, but it’s important not to overlook the way the disease affects the health of your feet.

Custom Orthotics

Custom orthotics provide correction and support for abnormalities in foot shape and movement. They can be an important element in treatment plans for preventing pain and avoiding damage.

Sports Injuries

Your feet and ankles are complex structures, containing numerous bones, muscles, and connective tissues. The lower appendages have to be intricately structured because they face incredible force loads and perform highly important functions, especially during sports and exercise!

Nerve Pain

We treat many lower limb conditions at Sunshein Podiatry Associates, including some which cause nerve pain and other issues. If you are already experiencing pain, our medical specialists will carefully evaluate your situation and then create a unique treatment plan to address it.

Children’s Foot Care

We provide treatment for foot and ankle issues for patients of all ages, including children. When it comes to children’s foot care, we find that some issues tend to be more common than others.

Heel Pain

Heel pain is a problem that can—and does—affect individuals from all demographics. In part, this can be attributed to the fact we place a tremendous amount of force on our feet with every step we take.