Four Reasons to Visit Your Podiatrist Boca Raton

Your podiatrist Boca Raton is one of the most important medical professionals that you will ever visit. You rely on your feet every day for mobility, exercise, and virtually every daily activity.

Failing to take care of your feet and lower legs could lead to bigger problems later on.

At the Foot, Ankle & Leg Vein Center, we offer a boutique clinical environment for vein problems, sports injuries, general pain and discomfort, and injuries of all kinds.

Here are four reasons why you should visit your foot doctor Boca Raton today.

1: You’ve Developed Joint Pain

Arthritis is an incredibly common condition that can develop at any stage of life, although it’s more common in people over the age of 50. Joint pain is an indicator of inflammation, and it could mean that arthritis has developed. If your feet feel tender and stiff, and they frequently appear to be swollen, it’s time to schedule an appointment with your podiatrist Boca Raton.

2: You’re Suffering From Constant Heel Pain

A heel spur, an injury, an inflamed tendon, or even a loss of fat pad cushioning could cause heel pain. If you wake up in the morning with pain, start to feel sore after standing or walking, or even if you experience pain throughout most of the day, it’s time to talk to your foot doctor Boca Raton.

Heel pain can often be addressed with lifestyle changes, physical therapy, or even special footwear or orthotic inserts. In severe cases, surgery may be possible to correct the underlying condition.

Whatever is causing your heel pain, early diagnosis will allow for the best chance of recovery.

Podiatrist 3: You’re Starting to Exercise More

The COVID-19 crisis has kept us indoors, limiting our social interactions. With restrictions easing, many people are starting to return to exercise, or take up new activities for the first time. If you’ve made a lifestyle change and are spending more time on your feet, you should talk to your podiatrist Boca Raton for a complete examination to ensure your feet and ankles are in good condition.

If it has been months or even years since you’ve regularly exercised, you may need to take things slowly to avoid injury. If you have underlying conditions, then orthotics might be needed to ensure you have the right support and protection.

Exercise in confidence by talking to your podiatrist Boca Raton first.

4: You Suspect You Have Athlete’s Foot

Itchy and scaly skin on the soles of your feet and between your toes could indicate a bacterial or fungal infection. If you often wear socks and shoes and your feet are excessively sweaty, you’ll have more risk of developing a condition like Athlete’s Foot.

Over the counter topical creams aren’t always enough to treat highly advanced infections. Oral medications and even antibiotics are sometimes needed if you have both a fungal and bacterial infection.

Visiting your foot doctor Boca Raton will ensure that you get the right diagnosis and the best possible treatment for Athlete’s foot.

Talk to Your Podiatrist Boca Raton for Effective Treatment of Foot Problems

Whether it’s pain, changes in the appearance of your skin, spider veins in your legs, or a suspected fracture or sprain, your podiatrist Boca Raton is ready to diagnose and treat any foot condition.

Don’t let problems get worse before you speak to a medical professional. Contact the Foot, Ankle & Leg Vein Center today to schedule an appointment and protect the health of your feet.

Dr. Jason Gold, DPM, FACFAS

Known for his expertise in thorough diagnostic testing and a steady surgical hand, Jason M. Gold, DPM, is a leader in modern foot and ankle care and sports medicine. He’s one of a handful of doctors who’s board certified in foot and ankle surgery in Palm Beach County. Dr. Jason Gold cares for patients at Foot, Ankle & Leg Vein Center, a state-of-the-art practice with locations in Boca Raton and Boynton, Florida.

Dr. Jodi Schoenhaus , DPM - Podiatrist in Boca Raton, FL

Dr. Jodi Schoenhaus DPM, RPhs, FACFAS

Dr. Jodi Schoenhaus is a foot, ankle, and leg vein specialist practicing in South Florida. She is considered a leader and innovator for various procedures in her field, including fat pad and vein care. Dr. Schoenhaus grew up in southern New Jersey and she considers herself a true Philly girl. After graduating from the University of Michigan, having studied kinesiology and human movement, she went to Temple University in Philadelphia where she got her doctorate.

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