Treatment for Foot and Ankle Conditions

When it comes to pain, injury, or other conditions surrounding foot and ankle health, the right treatment matters. This doesn't just concern making the right diagnosis, but also providing the best treatment options for a patient's individual needs and lifestyle. Read more about foot and ankle problems and the treatments provided at Advanced Foot & Ankle. 
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  • Ankle Sprains: The Everyday Injury Some foot and ankle issues are more common than others. Such is the case with ankle sprains, say the foot doctors at Advanced Foot and Ankle.
  • Plantar Warts Plantar warts develop from a common virus (HPV) and can lead to pain and discomfort, so have Advanced Foot and Ankle provide the treatment you need.
  • Fungal Toenails Fungal toenails are unsightly and can be the source of embarrassment, but prevention measures and professional treatment can be rather beneficial.
  • Corns & Calluses Corns and calluses may seem harmless enough in many cases, but there are instances when they pose the risk for potentially serious infection.
  • Plantar Fasciitis Discover the symptoms and causes of plantar fasciitis. Learn about the preferred treatment methods of Twin Falls, Idaho podiatrist, Matt Wettstein, DPM.
  • Neuropathy and Its Effects on Your Feet Discover how Matt Wettstein, DPM -- a podiatrist in Twin Falls, ID -- prefers to treat neuropathy, symptoms of the condition and potential causes.
  • Morton's Neuroma Nerves play a vital role in our lives, but sometimes issues arise in the nervous system. One example of this is Morton's neuroma, which can cause pain. Click for more!
  • Gout Gout develops when urate crystals have built up in a joint and cause inflammation and intense pain, but treatment options are available.
  • Pediatric Flatfoot: How Serious Is It? Not all cases of pediatric flatfoot will require treatment, but Dr. Matt Wettstein discusses how parents can know whether treatment is needed.
  • Straighten Out Your Hammertoes Hammertoes feature an unusual bend and are often caused by muscular imbalances in toes. Dr. Wettstein discusses possible treatments for them.