Experience Excellence at the Region’s Most Preferred Orthopedic Practice
At Advanced Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, our specialty-trained foot doctors and podiatrists are dedicated leaders who are committed to providing excellence in orthopedic care that is focused on you.
As some of the most highly respected doctors and surgeons in the region, our specialists, Dr. Charles Milem, Dr. Keith Moore, Dr. Joseph L. Polio, Dr. Geoffrey Hulse, Dr. Glenn Henning, and Dr. Joseph A. Polio, are committed to providing outstanding, patient-centered care to each of our patients at our clinic. With years of experience and training in musculoskeletal care and podiatry, our foot doctors excel in thoroughly and accurately assessing, diagnosing, and treating orthopedic and podiatric foot injuries and conditions. They also offer a wide array of traditional treatment methods as well as state-of-the-art surgeries, including bunionectomy, fracture repair, and neurectomy.
No matter what foot injury or condition is keeping you from enjoying an active life, you can count on our foot doctors to provide the compassionate, individualized care you need to get back on your feet.
When to See a Foot Specialist
If you have been experiencing any of the following signs or symptoms for more than a few days, we recommend that you schedule an appointment with our foot specialists during our office hours.
- A large bump on the side of your big toe
- Ankle issues or ankle pain that radiates down into your foot
- Heel pain or foot problems like plantar fasciitis
- Lower leg pain that radiates down into your foot
- Pain in the midfoot or toes
- Pins-and-needles sensations
- Toes that curve downward
- Walking is difficult due to foot pain
Our specialty-trained foot doctors will work with you to diagnose your foot injury or condition and then design a foot treatment plan specifically for you. Common orthopedic and podiatric foot conditions and injuries they see include:
- Diabetic foot disease
- Foot arthritis
- Foot issues and deformities, such as bunions, corns, flat feet, and hammertoes
- Foot fractures
- Ingrown toenails
- Ligament damage
- Morton’s neuromas
- Plantar fasciitis
- Stress fractures
- Tendon tears
- Toenail fungus
- Types of arthritis, such as rheumatoid arthritis