Thank you for making Palm Beach Foot & Ankle your choice for podiatry in Palm Beach County. We have created this website to provide our patients with a means to research and educate themselves on various topics related to the foot & ankle conditions we treat. If you would like more information about a specific condition and the treatment options we offer, please contact our offices today and speak with the podiatrists or someone from our professional staff.
Throughout this website you can find more information about our Palm Beach Podiatry Offices, new patient information, office hours, and much more. So, after you schedule your appointment take some time to browse around and familiarize yourself with our practice
As Palm Beach County Podiatrists, our foot & ankle physicians specialize in medical and surgical care of the foot and ankle. We accept most insurance plans and our convenient locations allow us to treat patients from all over Palm Beach County and the surrounding areas. Some common conditions we successfully treat everyday are bunions, heel pain, hammertoes, toenail fungus, achilles tendonitis, ankle injuries and ingrown toenails.
We welcome patients of all ages from small children to the elderly, and our goal is always to provide you with the most comfortable office experience possible. Each of our podiatrists provides their patients with the information they need to make good choices about their foot and ankle care. We also specialize in foot care for diabetics, Diabetic shoes, and custom insoles.
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A podiatrist, or Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), is a professional who is trained in the treatment of injuries or issues concerning a person's feet, ankles, or areas of the lower leg. When it comes to treatments, podiatrists have the ability to reset broken bones, prescribe drugs, request lab tests or x-rays, as well as perform surgery.
To become a podiatrist, one must complete 4 years of medical school, as well as 3 years of a residency where they gain real world experience working at a hospital. After those two requirements are completed, some choose to gain further certifications by the American Board of Podiatric Medicine (ABPM) in areas such as surgery of the foot and ankle.
A podiatrist may be of help to you if you are experiencing pain or discomfort due to conditions such as hammertoes, bunions, arthritis, heel pain, ingrown toenails, corns, calluses, fungal nails, flat feet, plantar warts, or athlete’s foot, to name a few. They can also be useful if you are curious about maintaining general care for your feet, picking the correct shoe size, obtaining footwear inserts or orthotics, as well as suggesting stretches or exercises to help strengthen your feet.
If you’re experiencing any problems involving your feet, ankles, or lower leg areas, it is highly recommended that you consult with a podiatrist near you for a proper diagnosis and treatment regime.
Caring and very competent professionals and a great support staff. Multiple locations in Palm Beach County make it very convenient to go from home or from work.
I visited this place for a wart on my left foot. Very good attention by the staff that treated me and especially Dr. Xavier Sanchez for his attention and applied procedures.
I was experiencing pain in both ankles a friend suggested I see a podiatrist. Very glad I took the advice doing much better. Thank you Dr. Hartstein and friendly staff.
Outstanding doctors and staff. Addressed all my numerous concerns with patience and diligence. Very reasonable pricing for services. Can’t recommend highly enough!
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