Saint Camillus Medical Center provides unparalled podiatric medical service to our patients. We stay on the forefront of foot health so we can offer you the best comprehensive care possible.

Our foot care experts handle a wide range of foot and ankle concerns stemming from sports injuries, accidents at work and those that are due to existing or degenerative medical conditions.

Additionally, we specialize in the treatment of diabetic foot care and other diseases that manifest in similar medical concerns. We strive to put foot pain and problems in the past, today.


The podiatry experts here at Saint Camillus Medical Center specialize in all aspects of foot care.
The list below is comprised of the most common foot ailments we treat:

  • Arch Disorders
  • Arthritis
  • Bunions
  • Diabetic Foot Care
  • Hammertoes
  • Heel Pain
  • Heel Spurs
  • Infections
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Soft Tissue Masses and Tumors
  • Tendon and Joint Pain
  • Foot Stress Fractures: Trauma and Athletic Injuries

What Is Diabetic Neuropathy?

What Is Diabetic Neuropathy? Neuropathy, or nerve pain or damage to the peripheral nerves in the arms and legs, can be caused by diabetes due to the blood sugar imbalances in the body. More than 29 million Americans suffer from diabetes, and about half of those experience diabetic neuropathy as a result. Chronically high blood [...]

Foot Stress Fractures

Foot Stress Fractures What are Stress Fractures? Many injuries are sudden and unmistakable, where you know immediately that something has gone wrong. Stress fractures are not as obvious and are usually characterized by an injury that starts slowly and subtly, with symptoms like a deep-seated dull non-distinct pain or ache. If you enjoy jogging, biking, [...]

Battling Hammertoe Foot Pain

Battling Hammertoe Foot Pain Find Relief from Hammertoe Pain in Fort Worth The anatomy of the feet is one of the most complex systems of bones, muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons that exist in the body. In fact, each foot contains 28 bones and 30 joints, all of which withstand a large amount of wear [...]

Causes and Symptoms of an Ingrown Toenail

Causes and Symptoms of Ingrown Toenail What is an Ingrown Toenail? The clinical term for an ingrown toenail is onychocryptosis. As its name implies, the condition occurs when a toenail grows into the skin instead of on top of the skin. Although an ingrown toenail does not seem like a major issue, it can be [...]

Minimally Invasive, Maximum Healthcare

Often times, surgery will be a last resort for any musculoskeletal issues after medication and physical therapy has been previously tried to treat your issue. Should you require surgery, the surgeons at Saint Camillus Medical Center focus primarily on minimally invasive surgery and techniques to help treat your injuries and manage your pain while providing for the best possible outcome for your case. Minimally invasive procedures can help reduce pain and allow for a quicker recovery time. Orthopedic surgeons can also perform a variety of arthroscopic procedures, which allow them to visualize, diagnose, and treat problems inside of a joint. Additionally, our doctors at Saint Camillus Medical Center can help manage your entire care from advice about pain management including medication and/or injections, rehabilitation and physical therapy including a potential time frame, and ongoing orthopedic care and treatment.