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Many have tried to treat a continuing foot problem with home remedies or over-the-counter medicines with no success. If they had made an appointment at the problem’s onset, it could have been treated for a lot less money.

Our practice is patient- driven and committed to treating any foot problem. You will be seen by a licensed podiatrist at one of our six hassle-free, no wait, convenient locations.

Save yourself pain, time and money, schedule a consultation today.

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COMMON PROBLEMS

Broken Bones

Whenever you sustain a foot or ankle fracture you should seek immediate treatment from a podiatric physician.

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Heel Pain

Heel pain is generally the result of faulty biomechanics that place too much stress on the heel bone.

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Nail Fungus

Nail fungus is often ignored because it may not cause pain, but if it spreads, the results can be devastating.

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Bunions

A bunion is an enlargement on the big toe, that forces the toe to bend, causing a painful lump on the foot.

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LATEST BLOG POSTS

Summer Foot Pain

Summer is in full swing and as you get back to playing golf, hiking, swimming etc., you may find that foot pain is impairing your movement. Don't assume relief requires surgery. Some of the most common foot ailments stiffen joints and can cause tissue and nerve damage...

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Athlete’s Foot

Summer has finally arrived which means it's fungus season in St. Louis! While it may not be what you've been looking forward to in the warmer months, athlete's foot is much more common in warm weather. And no, you don't have to be an athlete to get it. Athlete's foot...

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Our DPMs vs. Orthopedic Surgeons

At Foot Healers, we get a lot of patients who come in for minor foot ailments but go to an orthopedic surgeon if they suffer a more severe foot injury. They don’t realize our own doctors of podiatric medicine (DPMs) can offer the same surgery and likely have more...

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