At OFAC, our staff members pride themselves on patient care and providing our patients with superior service. Our podiatrists use state of the art medical equipment and stay current with the latest advances in the medical field to assist in providing a wide range of foot and ankle treatment.
- Corns / calluses
- Plantar Warts
- Nail Fungus
- Ingrown Toenails
- Diabetic Foot Care
- Wound Care
- Minor foot and ankle injuries
- Medication – Oral and Topical
- Nail Trimming
- Callus/Corn Shaving
- Nail Removal
Plantar WartsThis condition occurs when a virus enters the body through cuts or breaks in the skin and causes non-cancerous growths to build up on the soles of the feet. Plantar warts are not dangerous, but they can be painful and resistant to treatment.
Ingrown ToenailsAn ingrown toenail occurs when the corners of a nail curl downward and grow into the skin on the edge of the toe, causing pain and swelling.
Diabetic FootThis term is used to describe foot problems that stem from diabetes. These problems can be difficult to treat.