Regardless of the cause, untreated foot and ankle pain can greatly affect your quality of life. If you’re having trouble standing, walking, or engaging in physical activity, Dr. Sarah Stewart can diagnose your pain and develop a personalized treatment plan that will get you back to making the most of each day.
If you have bunions that are preventing you from doing the things you need to do, our team at Grandville Foot and Ankle is here to help. We will work with you to craft a treatment plan based on your unique needs and goals, so you can feel confident in your care.
While it’s true that diabetes is associated with a number of potentially serious podiatry concerns, patients can reduce their risk by performing regular self-exams and working with an experienced podiatrist to obtain prompt care for any issues that arise. At Grandville Foot and Ankle, we’re committed to providing the support you need to maintain the health of your feet and avoid serious diabetic foot complications that could lead to infection and amputation.
Don’t let pain keep you from making the most of each day! If foot or heel pain is making it difficult to work, care for your children, exercise, or engage in the activities you love, Grandville Foot and Ankle can help. Our caring and experienced podiatrist will find the source of your pain and develop a customized treatment plan to get you back on your feet.
The earlier you seek treatment for a stiffening middle toe joint, the more treatment options are available. At Grandville Foot and Ankle, our podiatry team provides the highest standard of care available. Podiatrist Dr. Sarah Stewart is committed to helping you resolve hammertoes or other conditions so that you can get back on your feet and back to your favorite activities.
Whether you’re embarrassed to show your feet in public or painful symptoms are interfering with your daily activities, Grandville Foot and Ankle is well-equipped to treat the nail and skin issues affecting your overall foot health. Get the help you need to ensure your feet look and feel their best.
It’s a common misconception that foot problems only affect older adults. Children and teens can suffer from a wide range of issues that require care from an experienced podiatrist. We provide compassionate care for patients with pediatric deformities, as well as injuries resulting from active lifestyles.
Plantar warts are called plantar warts because they are found on the plantar (bottom) surfaces of your feet. Warts can also be located on the top of your feet, but then are not referred to as "plantar warts,” just simply “warts.” These warts can be flat or raised depending on location. They are often painful when they are present on the bottoms of the feet.
Warts are caused by the human papillomatous virus or HPV. Usually, the virus gets into the feet through a small deficit in the skin. These deficits may include feet with fungus (athlete's foot), wounds and cuts in the skin, and macerated (wet) areas.
If you think you may have a wart, you will want to make an appointment with a podiatrist to discuss treatment. There are several different ways to get rid of warts, including topical treatments, surgical intervention, and specialty therapies such as lasers. These are all options offered at Grandville Foot and Ankle, PC.
Regular exercise is a vital part of a healthy lifestyle, but your favorite athletic pursuits can often increase the risk of injury to your feet and ankles. We can diagnose and treat a wide range of common sports injuries so you can get back to competing in the sport you love.