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You'll find state-of-the-art surgical and non-surgical treatments for all types of foot and ankle conditions when you come to Premier Foot & Ankle Associates PC. Dr. Stringer and Dr. Guerin are specialists in the podiatric conditions of all ages.

Alleviating procedures for all foot and ankle conditions

Quick, effective relief from your foot pain

  • Dropped metatarsals — This isolated callus on the ball of your foot can be treated with custom orthotics or corrective surgery to reposition the bone.

  • Neuroma — If you experience a burning, tingling, or numb sensation between your 3rd and 4th toes, you may have neuroma. Rubbing the ball of your foot may provide temporary relief, but we can treat it permanently by injecting a nerve-deadening agent or with a surgical procedure to remove the affected nerve.

  • Ingrown toenail — Although ingrown nails can develop in any toe, they're more common in your great toe. Several medical remedies are available, including removing part of the nail with a local anesthetic and using a chemical to prevent its regrowth.

  • Pinched callus — Sometimes a bone spur beneath a callus on the outside border of your great toe creates irritation. With a simple surgical procedure, we can remove the painful bone spur.

  • Plantar warts — A plantar wart is the result of a viral infection. It appears as a painful bump or callus on your hand or foot. We can remove the plantar wart with our radio frequency machine in a single visit.

  • Pump bump or Haglund's deformity — An enlarged swelling, redness, or bump on the back of your heel may be an occurrence of this condition. It's more common in women, where it's associated with wearing pumps. Our solutions include physical therapy modalities, stretching, orthotics, and occasionally permanent removal through a surgical procedure.

  • Tendonitis — Inflammation of your tendon or the surrounding tissue can cause swelling, redness, and pain when you move your ankle or foot. Treatments depend on the severity of the condition, but can include immobilization with a soft cast or boot, custom orthotic inserts, or injections.

  • Spider veins and varicose veins — Visible veins are caused by leaky valves and are typically a hereditary condition. We can eliminate varicose veins with a procedure called sclerotherapy in which your veins are injected with a chemical that causes the inside of the vein to collapse. You can have us perform the procedure right in our office, and you can return to work the next day.

Our goal is to help you return to full activity as soon as possible. When you come to our clinic, you'll get a thorough diagnosis to ascertain the cause of your pain.

 

Based on the diagnosis and the nature of your condition, you'll be given an appropriate treatment. If surgery is necessary, our surgical center can provide everything you need.

Precise diagnoses for all foot and ankle conditions

Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday: 7:30 AM - 12:00 Noon

Call today for all types of foot and ankle ailments!

1981 State Hill Road

Wyomissing, PA 19610