Podiatrist For Liberty, MO
If you live in Liberty, Missouri and suffer from foot pain, suffer no more. Give the foot doctors at Kansas City Foot Specialists a call. We specialize in foot and ankle problems. If you have foot pain that is affecting your life on a daily basis, stop living with it and come see us. Our podiatrists and staff can evaluate and treat ailments so you can get back to living your life pain free. We treat all types of foot conditions including:
- Bone spurs
- Plantar fasciitis
- Ingrown toenails
- Fungal nails
- Athlete's foot
- Arthritis foot problems
- Children's foot problems
The Foot Doctors for Liberty
The foot doctors at Kansas City Foot Specialists stay on top of the latest medical advances to bring our Liberty patients the very best care for foot and ankle problems. You’ll get the latest medical advancements and surgical techniques and equipment. When you combine the expertise of our podiatrists with the warmth of our compassionate, friendly staff and comfortable environment, you’ll see why we are Liberty’s favorite place for relief from foot and ankle problems. Some of the specialized equipment we use includes:
- Vascular testing equipment for the lower extremities
- Shockwave therapy for a non-invasive treatment of chronic heel pain
- C-Arm x-ray system, allowing the doctors to monitor injuries, fractures, and progress in real time
Common Foot Conditions
It’s not surprising that we see dozens of different foot problems from our Liberty patients. Considering that the human foot has 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles, and numerous tendons, there are hundreds of foot problems that can arise. But don’t worry, the foot doctors at Kansas City Foot Specialists can help diagnose and treat any foot condition or ankle problem - from bunions to bone spurs and arthritis to tendinitis. Even problems that seem small, like athlete’s foot or ingrown toenails, can become big problems. Don’t live with your foot and ankle problems - fix them at Kansas City Foot Specialists!
Ingrown Toenails Can Cause Big Problems
One of the most common foot problems we treat at Kansas City Foot Specialists is ingrown toenails. An ingrown toenail can be caused by many things including genetics, cutting your toenails too short, wearing poorly fitted shoes, or pulling or tearing nails instead of clipping them. While this condition may be no more than an irritation for some patients, as many ingrown toenails heal themselves over time, they can also become a serious problem if they get infected.
This can be extremely dangerous for diabetics or patients with poor blood circulation. While most ingrown toenails can be treated with non-invasive procedures, more serious cases may require surgery, which is usually performed in the office, under local anesthesia. Don’t live with the pain. Let the foot doctors at Kansas City Foot Specialists help.
Heel Pain Is a Common Foot Problem
One of the most common foot problems we treat is heel pain. Your heels take a lot of abuse every day. Your heels may be hurting for a variety of reasons, including:
- Achilles tendonitis
- Calf tightening
- Flat footedness
- Plantar fasciitis
- Weight gain
Heel conditions that are severe may require surgery. If surgery is necessary, it will take place at our state-of-the-art Surgery Center of Blue Valley. No matter what’s causing your heel pain, our foot doctors always look for the most conservative approach possible to alleviate your pain with minimally invasive treatment. If we can help our Liberty patients avoid surgery, we will.
Diabetic Foot Care for Liberty Patients
If you have diabetes, pay special attention to your feet. At Kansas City Foot Specialists, we offer advanced treatment options for diabetics. Through continued education and regular appointments, we can help you determine if you are at risk for diabetes-related foot ulcers. If a wound goes untreated, it could develop into something more severe such as an ulcer and in a worst-case scenario, could require amputation.
Early recognition and regular foot screenings will help prevent the need for amputation. If you have diabetes, make it a point to inspect your feet daily and look for these warning signs in both feet and ankles:
- Ingrown and fungal toenails
- Dry cracks in the skin, especially around the heel
- Changes in skin color
- Pain in the legs
- Open sores that are slow to heal
- Bleeding corns and calluses