Sports Foot Doctor Frisco
Getting lots of exercise and staying active are fabulous for your health. But whether you’re out running, walking, playing sports, or if your preferred method of exercise is some “retail therapy”, you’re almost certainly going to be using your feet to get around.
If you’ve started to notice any pain or discomfort when you walk, or if your feet are sore, you may want to think about calling a sports foot doctor. Frisco patients absolutely love coming to Dr. Verville because she has built her entire practice on developing gentle, compassionate, and caring relationships with every single one of her patients.
Our modern and comfortable office makes all of our patients feel at home and relaxed from the second they walk in the door. If you’re ready to start getting back up on your feet and feeling pain-free, call Dr. Verville today at (214) 285-8822.
What is a Sports Foot Doctor?
Frisco patients that need treatment on their feet or ankles, will usually get treated by a sports foot doctor–also called a sports podiatrist. Just like you see a cardiologist for your heart and an ophthalmologist for your eyes, if you need a doctor for your feet and ankles, you go see a podiatrist.
A sports foot doctor specializes in diagnosing and treating injuries to your feet and ankles. If you’re having pain when you walk, tenderness in your feet, or if you have ingrown toenails, athlete’s foot, bunions, corns, or cysts, you’ll also need the help of a sports foot doctor.
What Conditions Are Treated by a Sports Foot Doctor?
Frisco patients can get treatment for a huge range of issues from Dr. Verville.
- Sports-related injuries – Dr. Verville has worked with many athletes in the Frisco area, including dancers, who use their feet rigorously almost every single day.
- Growths, Warts, and Fungus – If you’re suffering from athlete’s foot, cysts, bunions, corns, plantar warts, ingrown toenails, or a fungal infection make sure you call Dr. Verville today.
- Arthritis – If you have osteoarthritis (foot arthritis) it can be excruciatingly painful. Dr. Verville offers several treatment options including physical therapy and medications. Call today for a consultation and examination.
Finally, we want to make sure that all of our potential patients know that when you first notice any signs or symptoms of foot or ankle pain that you should call your sports foot doctor. Frisco patients often wait too long to call Dr. Verville and it only makes the treatment more costly.
What To Do When Dealing With A Sports Related Foot Injury?
The best thing to do when you first notice any discomfort in your feet is to call your sports foot doctor. Frisco patients often wait too long and allow their injuries or conditions to keep getting worse. Not only does this leave you in pain for longer, but it can also increase the cost of your treatment.
Now, when you call Dr. Verville, you can expect to be treated and spoken to with respect. Our highly-trained and friendly staff absolutely love getting calls from our new patients, and we will be happy to answer any and all of your questions.
The next step after you call is to set up a time for you to come into our offices and meet with Dr. Verville. This preliminary meeting is when you’ll get to talk with Dr. Verville about your condition, your medical history, and also ask her any questions that you have. After that, Dr. Verville will most likely perform an examination, and she may even have you walk around the offices or on a treadmill so she can inspect your gait.
From there, Dr. Verville will develop a treatment plan tailored specifically to you and your unique needs. This treatment plan will allow Dr. Verville to address all of your needs and make sure that you get the best possible outcome. Call our Frisco office at (214) 285-8822.
Call us today at (214) 285-8822.