Experienced foot doctors and surgeons know that the foot is one of the most complex parts of the skeletal system with 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments working in tandem to support the body’s weight and propel you through your daily routine.
Foot pain and injuries can have a profound impact on quality of life, which makes finding the best foot doctor imperative. As many as 75 percent of Americans will experience foot health problems at one time or another, yet some go far too long with pain that that restricts day-to-day activities like work, exercise and even walking.
Foot doctors know that foot pain can come from many sources, including underlying medical conditions, overuse, anatomical deformities, occupational or sports injuries or something as simple as having a misstep wearing high heels.
Conditions that seem simply esthetic can also be a sign of an underlying anatomic condition. Bunions, for example, are a painful bony bump on the inside of your foot at the base of your big toe that can be caused by environmental factors such as tight shoes, or by conditions like arthritis. Hammertoe, which presents as an abnormal bend in the middle toe joint is another foot condition that may be tied to underlying conditions such as arthritis and diabetes.
Many foot injuries and conditions can be treated without surgery, and your foot doctor will help you understand and pursue non-surgical options before recommending surgery. This may include changing your footwear or adding padding to existing shoes, rest, ice or anti-inflammatory pain relief.
When experiencing any kind of foot pain, it’s essential to see a qualified foot doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
OCC foot doctors provide each patient with a thorough evaluation and, when needed, advanced imaging, before a detailed diagnosis and treatment recommendation is made, including non-invasive treatments whenever possible.
When surgery is needed, our foot doctors apply cutting-edge techniques and procedures, all designed to get you back on your feet and pain-free as quickly as possible.
No one should have to live with foot pain. The OCC’s team of foot doctors, surgeons, physical therapists and others are dedicated to delivering outcomes that improve your quality of life. When it comes to foot pain, you can turn to us for personalized, compassionate care.
Our offices are conveniently located across the front range and it’s easy to make an appointment. Find the provider that fits your needs and contact us today.
Common Foot Injuries, Disorders, Syndromes & Treatments
Ankle injuries are very common. Most ankle injuries result from straining one of two ankle ligaments (the anterior talofibular ligament and the calcaneofibular ligament.) Many