Podiatrists in Derry, New Hampshire

Foot and ankle pain—even if it seems minor—can seriously hinder your quality of life. Whether you’re experiencing chronic or acute pain or were recently injured, you may find that your mobility isn’t what it used to be. But there is hope. Parkland Medical Center's foot doctors (called podiatrists) can develop a personalized treatment plan to restore function and help you return to normal activities.

For more information about treatment options for foot or ankle pain, call our Consult-A-Nurse® team, available 24/7, at (877) 642-2362.

Foot and ankle conditions we treat

Our foot specialists and orthopedic surgeons can help with foot and ankle pain. In addition to arthritis and ligament injuries, including sprains and complete tears, we offer highly specialized orthopedic care for a variety of foot and ankle disorders, including:

  • Achilles tendon disorders, including tendinitis and ruptures
  • Ankle sprains (tears in the ligaments)
  • Bunions (bumps on the side of the foot at the big toe)
  • Deformations, including flat feet or high arches
  • Fractures of the heel, ankle and talus
  • Ganglion cysts (fluid-filled bump on the joints or tendons in the ankle or foot)
  • Hammer toes (bent second, third or fourth toes)
  • Heel spurs (calcium deposits on the underside of the heel bone)
  • Morton’s neuroma (pinched or thickened nerve at the ball of the foot)
  • Nail bed injuries (caused by blunt force trauma)
  • Plantar fasciitis (heel pain caused by inflammation)
  • Stress fractures in the foot and ankle (tiny bone cracks caused by repeated impacts)
  • Tarsal tunnel syndrome (causing compressed tibial nerve)
  • Tibial tendinitis (inflammation caused by repetitive strain)

Noninvasive treatments and foot surgery

Our foot and ankle specialists use the most effective approaches possible to help you live pain-free, including:

  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation (improves function and strength with physical and occupational therapists experienced in rehabilitating foot and ankle conditions)
  • Bracing, orthotics and other devices (stabilizes and supports the ankle and foot to reduce pain)
  • Injected medicines (reduces pain and swelling using corticosteroids and anti-inflammatory medicines)

Foot and ankle surgery (corrects foot and ankle pain that can't be improved using noninvasive methods)