Get relief from foot pain from Dr. Michael E. Newman in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania and our Ambler location, Ambler Podiatry Associates. Dr. Michael Newman and Dr. Denise Kohler also provide podiatry services for people of all ages, including pediatric podiatry  Different lifestyles and the aging process can result in injuries and foot pain. With a proper treatment plan, however, this can be reversed. The doctors are dedicated to aiding their patients in finding a balance between comfort, fashion, activity, and treatment.

Common Foot Disorders We Treat
Many of the podiatric disorders listed below are treatable. It is always best to consult the doctors in the event of foot or ankle pain. Proper foot care is critical to everyone. Receiving timely care can simplify your treatment plan, provide foot pain relief, and avoid worsening an existing condition.

Foot and Ankle Disorders
Did you know the foot has 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles, and numerous tendons? These parts all work together to allow the foot to move in a variety of ways while balancing your weight and propelling you forward or backward on even or uneven surfaces. Whether it's plantar fasciitis or bunions, it's no wonder that 75 percent of all Americans will experience foot problems at one point or another in their lifetimes.

 

Foot Disorders among Adults
• Bunions
• Heel/Arch Pain
• Neuromas
• Plantar Warts
• Gout
• Sports Injuries
• Athlete's Foot
• Ingrown Toenails

• Fungal Toenails
• Circulatory Problems
• Dry Skin
• Arthritis

      
Common Foot Disorders in Children
• Plantar Warts
• Heel Pain
• Flat Feet
• Abnormal Gait
• Ingrown Toenails
      
Foot Problems among Athletes
• Stress Fractures
• Sprains
• Strains
• Ankle Injuries
• Stress Fractures
• Tendonitis
• Shin Splints
• Heel Pain
      
Diabetic Foot Care Issues
• Neuropathy
• Diabetic Wound Care
• Toenail Changes • Dry Skin