With podiatrists located throughout Northern California, the Department of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery employs the latest minimally invasive podiatry therapies to lessen patient discomfort and recuperative downtime.
- neuroma -- a painful, non-malignant, tumor-like growth on the ball of the foot can be treated with injections
- plantar fasciitis -- heel spurs and inflammation of the heel is treated with an Ossatron machine providing shock-wave therapy to reduce inflammation
- foot fractures of diabetics -- can be treated with pins and transfixing wires that go into the foot along with implantable electronic bone-growth stimulators
- foot and ankle injuries
- sports injuries
- ingrown nails
- corns, calluses and warts