Posts for: August, 2017
Minimal incision bunion surgery Indianapolis, Carmel, Greenwood, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield, Center Grove, Indiana/IN.
Dr. Jeff Agricola, board certified foot and ankle surgeon, is utilizing advanced surgical techniques for bunions that allow for a very small incision and also immediate weight-bearing with no crutches. The smaller instrumentation and new techniques allow for quicker healing with less trauma from the surgery. Dr. Jeffrey Agricola of Prestige Podiatry is a board certified surgeon of the Board of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and is a diplomat of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. Dr. Agricola has served as vice-chairman of the surgery department at St. Vincent, sits on an advisory board with Community Hospitals, and continues to teach surgical techniques to new foot and ankle surgeons and surgical residents. Call to have your bunion evaluated by our foot doctor/podiatrst in Indianapolis, Carmel, and Greenwood, Indiana/IN.
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Prestige Podiatry and Dr. Jeff Agricola are utilizing a new procedure for ingrown toenails that takes just a few minutes to perform in the office and prevents recurrance of the ingrown toenail 98% of the time. The procedure can be performed on all age groups and allows for return to all activity, including sports and running, the following day. Ranked as one of the best podiatrists in Indianapolis, Carmel, Greenwood, and surrounding areas by Angie's list and other top and trusted review sites, Dr. Jeff Agricola continues to offer same day appointments for all your foot and ankle conditions including bunions, hammertoes, plantar warts, flat feet, heel pain, and plantar fasciitis.
Find out what foot issues you can handle on your own and when to turn to a podiatrist for help.
With the growing love of the Fitbit and other fitness-promoting apps and programs, it’s no wonder that the average American is clocking about 10,000 steps a day. That’s a lot of steps! But then again, we don’t have to tell your feet that. They are working hard for you all day long, in ways you may have not even thought about. If you do develop one of these foot problems our Indianapolis foot doctor Dr. Jeffrey Agricola is here to help:
- Athlete’s foot
- Heel pain
- Ingrown Toenails
While it’s easy to treat athlete’s foot, often with just over-the-counter antifungal creams, it’s important that you don’t just ignore this problem. If left untreated, it can continue to spread to the toenails, where it will be more challenging to treat. If your symptoms are severe or if symptoms don’t seem to change within three weeks then this is the perfect time to call our Indianapolis foot doctor.
There are many reasons why someone might experience heel pain but an inflammatory condition known as plantar fasciitis is the most common cause. While plantar fasciitis can go away on its own if you just rest the foot, avoid certain physical activities and take anti-inflammatory medications, if symptoms don’t improve (or if they get worse) in a week then give us a call.
A bunion is a joint deformity that often affects the big toe joint and often leads to swelling and pain near the joint. The pain may get worse if you wear high heels or tight-fitted shoes or if you are pretty active. A bunion is progressive so you will want to make sure that you know how to properly manage your symptoms. We can provide you with the advice you need to make sure your bunion doesn’t get worse.
This painful condition is most likely to happen if you trim your nail too close to the skin, resulting in the edge of the nail growing into the skin of your toe. While an ingrown toenail can be soaked in warm salt water to ease discomfort while it heals, if the pain is severe, if you notice redness or warmth to the touch, or if there is pus then you need to see your foot doctor in Indianapolis right away.
Prestige Podiatry is proud to serve the Carmel, Greenwood and Indianapolis, IN, areas and provide quality foot care to those who need it most. Whether you are dealing with foot pain from an athletic injury or you have a chronic health problem that affects your feet, we are here for you.