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Our Yakima and Ellensburg foot doctors can help treat your heel pain. When you are experiencing pain your heel, it can affect how you go about your day. Heel pain makes it difficult to walk and ultimately can be very distracting even when you are not walking. If you are ready to get relief for your heel pain, the podiatrists at Cascade Foot & Ankle are ready to help. Their mission is to help you get relief and start healing in the short term, and receive preventive care for the long term to ensure your heel pain doesn’t return. Schedule an appointment at Cascade Foot & Ankle to start feeling relief today!
Bunions form from the big toe being continually pushed toward your other toes. Our Yakima and Ellensburg foot doctors can help treat your bunion. Orthopedist at work checking patient’s foot, closeup forcing the joint to form a painful bump on the inside of your foot next to the big toe. Oftentimes, bunions are caused by ill-fitting footwear. By visiting Cascade Foot & Ankle, you will be able to get relief from your bunion, as well as a treatment plan to correct what is causing your bunion. Additionally, Cascade Foot & Ankle wants to ensure you are given preventive care to ensure your bunions do not return!
Our Yakima and Ellensburg foot doctors can help treat your ingrown toenail. Ingrown toenails may by caused by ill-fitting footwear, improper pedicure procedures, or even may be genetic. No matter the cause, though, they are always painful and difficult to get rid of without interceptive care. At Cascade Foot & Ankle, our podiatrists are experts in ingrown toenail care. There are many treatment options available to both help relieve and prevent ingrown toenails. The podiatrists at Cascade Foot & Ankle will be able to help you determine which path of treatment is the best for your particular situation.
Our Yakima and Ellensburg foot doctors can help treat your toenail fungus. Toenail fungus can be caused a variety of ways, including but not limited to: improperly sterilized pedicure equipment, walking barefoot in a public place, and wearing socks that do not breathe well. Regardless of the cause, untreated toenail fungus can become uncomfortable if it spreads to the skin. Toenail fungus can be recognized by the discoloration of the nail as well as the nail becoming thick but also brittle. At Cascade Foot & Ankle, toenail fungus is treated with a state-of-the-art laser to kill the infection and renew your nail.
Our Yakima and Ellensburg foot doctors can help treat sports related foot or ankle injuries. A podiatrist may not be the first thing to come to mind when you think about sports and your athletic ability, but keeping your body in its strongest state involves every part, including your feet. Whether you play football, run, or dance, your feet are vital to your success as an athlete. Here at Cascade Foot & Ankle, we strive to offer you the best podiatry care possible so that you can make sure you’re at the top of your game. Some of the most common foot and ankle issues we treat that are related to sports are stress fractures, running injuries, ankle sprains, and tendon issues. If you’re active in sports but your feet have been bothering you, give us a call today so we can help get you back to being your best.
Our Yakima and Ellensburg foot doctors can help relieve your swollen foot or ankle. If you are experiencing swelling in your feet or ankles, it would be a good idea to schedule an appointment with our expert podiatrist at Cascade Foot & Ankle. Ultimately, swelling can be condition or simply a symptom of another condition. It is important to consult with a podiatrist to determine if the swelling needs to be treated or if another condition needs to be treated. Call 509.225.3668 to speak with a friendly podiatry team member and schedule an appointment at Cascade Foot & Ankle.
Our Yakima and Ellensburg foot doctors can help with your diabetic foot care needs. If you have diabetes, taking care of your feet becomes extremely important. A seemingly small problem can quickly become a big problem when you’re diabetic because you may not be able to feel if your foot is injured or you have a problem. For diabetic foot care, we highly recommend that you get checked at least 3-4 times every year to make sure your feet are in good condition. Having your feet checked this often enables us to really get to know you, your condition, and your feet, which allows us to be able to see any problems that may arise much faster. For diabetic foot care, call us at 509.225.3668, so that we can get you back to living a pain free life.
Our Yakima and Ellensburg foot doctors can help with your custom orthotics, or custom insoles. It may be surprising to find out that 70-80% of people are actually wearing the wrong size shoes! Additionally, most shoes aren’t offering the necessary and specific support that your foot requires. If you have flat feet, high arches, or a congenital foot deformity, you also likely need orthotics. Many consumers opt for store-bought inserts to accommodate their foot condition, however, this is often an ineffective choice. Mass-produced inserts simply do not provide the specific support necessary to prevent pain, they simply provide cushion. When you are ready to get the support your feet deserve, call Cascade Foot & Ankle at 509.225.3668 to schedule your appointment for orthotics today!
Our Yakima and Ellensburg foot doctors can help treat your flat feet. There are two types of flat feet: congenital and acquired. If your feet are flat, it could be because your arches never formed properly. This is what’s referred to congenital flat feet, and for most people with this condition, there are few or no symptoms involved. For those who have fallen arches or acquired flat feet, there may be many more symptoms and one of those could include pain in the arches or the feet in general. Your ankles may begin to sag inward, and this can cause issues with the structure of your legs as well as your gait. Your feet may not be able to properly support you anymore, and if that happens, it’s definitely time for you to see our podiatrist.