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Plymouth Podiatry - Located in Plymouth, MA 02360, Phone: (508) 747-1973 and Taunton, MA 02780, Phone: (508) 824-9571


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Foot and ankle sprains and strains are the more common sports injuries to affect athletes. Whether you have received a slight sprain, or more severe with a potential fracture, evaluating your foot and ankle health will help you and your podiatrist determine a treatment plan to get you back up and active.

Achilles Tendonitis is often associated with sports activities and can lead to inflammation of the achilles tendon, also known as achilles tendonitis. The pain can be overwhelming, so schedule a visit with a podiatrist if you have pain down through your heel.

Stress Fractures of the Foot are tiny fractures in the bone and are most common in the weight-bearing bones of the lower leg and foot. They’re caused by repetitive force, often from overuse, such as repeatedly jumping up and down or running long distances. If you start a new exercise program, you might develop stress fractures if you do too much too soon.

Heel Pain can be caused by a number of issues, including plantar fasciitis, stress fractures or nerve injuries. Overexertion, wearing the wrong shoes, and improper stretching are common causes of heal pain.


  • Metatarsal foot surgery
  • Bunions foot surgery
  • Hammer toe foot surgery
  • Plantar fasciitis foot surgery
  • Ankle surgeries
  • Achilles tendon disorders
  • Morton’s neuroma foot surgery
  • Tibialis posterior dysfunction foot surgery


If you are managing diabetes, you may encounter problems with your feet and legs – two common complications of the disease. Diabetes puts you at a higher risk for calluses, corns, bunions, blisters, and ulcers – and high blood sugar means these minor complications may become gateways for bigger problems. It is important for people who have diabetes to practice daily foot care: They should wash feet daily, checking for blisters, cuts, and other wounds; wear specialized footwear; and see your Podiatrist regularly for nail care and regular foot exams.


Maintaining diabetes includes wearing specialized footwear. Call today to schedule an appointment to be fitted from our selection of diabetic shoes.


Custom orthotics are specially-made devices designed to support and comfort YOUR feet. Prescription orthotics are crafted for you and no one else. They match the contours of your feet precisely and are designed for the way you move. Orthotics are only manufactured after a podiatrist and has conducted a complete evaluation of your feet and ankles, so that the orthotic can accommodate your unique foot structure and pathology.


A wound is damage or break in the skin. Proper treatment is essential to help healing and prevent infection and further damage. In the foot, the skin is very close to the bone – if there is poor circulation or high blood sugar, it may be easy for the wound to progress, leading to infection or gangrene.


Our office takes digital X-Rays of the feet and ankles, as needed.

A medical professional assisting a patient in getting her x-ray. Plymouth Podiatry - Located in Plymouth, MA 02360, Phone: (508) 747-1973 and Taunton, MA 02780, Phone: (508) 824-9571

A health professional performing leg therapy to a patient. Plymouth Podiatry - Located in Plymouth, MA 02360, Phone: (508) 747-1973 and Taunton, MA 02780, Phone: (508) 824-9571