Podiatry Services

Maintaining your health includes taking care of your feet. That’s where our podiatry services come in.

Podiatry Services

Maintaining your health includes taking care of your feet. That’s where our podiatry services come in. At One Community Health, our foot doctors play a crucial role in helping adults and children manage conditions that affect the feet, ensuring you can continue living a healthy, active life. To learn more, contact our Sacramento office today.

Understanding Podiatry

Podiatry is the medical field dedicated to diagnosing and treating conditions of the foot, ankle, and structures of the leg. Our skilled podiatrists at One Community Health are available to address a variety of foot-related issues, ensuring you receive the comprehensive care you need.

Conditions Treated by Our Podiatrists

Our podiatrists offer a wide range of services to manage numerous conditions:

 

Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails can be painful and cause infections.  Our podiatrists can remove ingrown nails and prevent them from returning.

 

Diabetes-Related Foot Care

Individuals with diabetes are at a higher risk for foot problems, including wounds, nerve damage, and foot changes. Yearly diabetic foot exams by a foot doctor are essential for

 

Wounds & Trauma

Accidents can lead to cuts and serious injuries to the feet, ankles, and legs. These injuries can become infected, potentially leading to severe consequences. Prompt treatment is essential.

 

Structure & Muscle Conditions

Our services include treatment for structural issues like inward or outward pointing toes, flat feet, and ankle sprains, as well as non-surgical approaches for fractures.

 

Pain & Numbness

If you’re experiencing arch pain, stress fractures, nerve pain, joint swelling, bunions, or balance problems, our podiatrists can diagnose and treat your condition and begin treatment

 

Pediatric Consultations

Caring for the littlest feet is a big part of what we do. Children’s feet have unique needs as they grow and develop. Our podiatrists are here to ensure your child’s feet are healthy and developing normally. We provide gentle and comprehensive care tailored to our youngest patients.

Why Choose Our Podiatry Services?

Our feet are fundamental to our daily lives, impacting our overall health and ability to work, exercise, and enjoy daily activities. Regular exams and early treatment by a qualified podiatrist at One Community Health can prevent long-term problems, allowing you to enjoy life to its fullest. 

Our team is compassionate and caring. We value the health of the Sacramento community. 

 

Podiatry Services FAQ

Got questions about our podiatry services? We’ve got answers! Check out these frequently asked questions to learn more about what to expect and how we can help you with your foot care needs.

 

Do I need a referral to see a podiatrist at One Community Health?

Yes. You need a referral to see our podiatrists. If you’re experiencing foot pain, have concerns about your foot health, or if you have diabetes and need a foot exam, discuss this with your provider at your next visit. Once your referral has been placed you can call our main line or present to the front desk for scheduling. We make it easy for you to get the care you need.

 

What should I expect during my first visit to a foot doctor?

During your first visit, your podiatrist will ask about your medical history and any specific foot concerns you have. They’ll examine your feet for any signs of issues, and might perform some tests. Based on their findings, they’ll discuss the best treatment options with you. It’s all about understanding your needs and providing the best care.

 

How often should I see a podiatrist?

If you have ongoing foot issues, diabetes, or are at high risk for foot problems, it’s recommended to see a podiatrist every year at a minimum. For specific conditions, your podiatrist might suggest more frequent visits to monitor your situation and adjust treatment as needed. Regular check-ups are key to maintaining good foot health and preventing more serious complications.

 

Schedule Your Visit

If you’re experiencing foot problems or it’s time for your yearly diabetic foot exam, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our One Community Health team is ready to provide the podiatry care you need. To learn more about our podiatry services or to schedule an appointment, please call our main number at 916 443-3299.