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foot and ankleIn our experience, with the foot and ankle, we witness children between 10 and 14 experience heel pain as a result of inflammation of the growth plate at the back of the heel. The Achilles tendon, which is the largest and strongest tendon in the body, inserts into the back of the heel bone, just behind the growth plate. Kids in track, soccer, and gymnastics will often develop this condition, known as “Sever’s disease”.

Foot and Ankle Problems in Georgia Sports

In addition, Podiatry Group of Georgia points out that runners and those frequently walking on a treadmill can both develop a stress fracture. This occurs when someone abruptly increases their mileage or number of times per week they are exercising. A stress fracture is usually an overuse type of injury that produces acute bone swelling leading to a crack in the bone. They are treated with a period of non-weight bearing to the affected area, and usually require crutches and a cast or cast boot until the bone heals.

Tendinitis can develop with an increase in mileage or with any repetitive activity. In the foot and ankle, we see tendonitis develop in the Achilles tendon, or on the inside or outside of the ankle depending on the foot type and mechanics. If you have an area of your ankle that swells up with activity, and becomes sore, you probably have a case of tendonitis. Controlling foot mechanics with the proper shoes and arch supports can often prevent or be used to treat a case of tendonitis.

Foot and Ankle Problems- Prevention

There are a lot of things you can do to prevent injuries such as stretching your foot and ankle before and after exercising. Finding the right shoes is important as well. When beginning an exercise program, make sure you start out slowly. If you have flat arches, it is wise to purchase arch supports or orthotics sized for your needs. Whenever you experience any type of pain, ice the area or seek medical help if it remains.

It is important to not ignore any pain you might experience, it can develop into a bigger problem. Contact us if you have any questions or feel you need treatement.

 

What are you doing to prevent foot and ankle problems while playing sports?

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18/Jul/2018

Pediatric Bunions – Kids Get Bunions Too!

Pediatric Bunions

It isn’t terribly unusual to think that adults are the only ones who develop bunions. After all, there is a perception that this condition is closely linked to stilettos and pumps – shoes for grown-ups. It’s important to understand that children can develop them, too. When your child needs care for a pediatric bunion, Podiatry Group of Georgia is here to help you!

Bunion Basics

Treatment for Painful Bunions in Children The first step in discussing pediatric bunions is to become familiar with the condition.  A bunion develops when the great toe (the hallux) drifts outwards in the direction of the little toe. A misalignment occurs at the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint, the joint where the toe meets the foot. The phalanges (toe bones) lean outwards and the metatarsal, the bone running lengthwise the foot, leans inward towards the other foot.

The bunion is the enlargement of the joint that protrudes along the inner edge of the foot.  In adults, there can be an increase in size of the bone. In the case of pediatric bunions, this is purely structural. The pain occurs by irritation of surrounding bone and nerve. This affects a person’s ability to walk and comfortably wear shoes.

Pediatric Bunions

In adults, the pain is often exacerbated by wearing fashionable or high-heeled shoes (obviously not the case with pediatric patients).  Yet all patients frequently have pain, indicating that shoes alone are not the culprits.  Interestingly, female children are more likely to have bunions than males.

Conservative Treatment Options

As with adult cases of bunions, the treatment objectives are twofold – address structural problems and manage symptoms. Managing the symptoms can often be achieved with the use of padding, changing activities, and avoiding shoes that are too narrow. Regarding structural treatments, toe spacers, toe splints, orthotics, and supportive shoe gear may be part of the plan. Orthotic devices can be particularly beneficial at bridging the gap between the two objectives.

Pediatric Bunion Surgery

Performing surgery for cases of pediatric bunions is generally reserved as a measure to be used only when other treatments are unsuccessful, and the child is in pain. Part of the concern with operating on children at early ages is the fact that their bones are still growing, and accidental damage to a growth plate could disrupt a bone’s ability to grow.

That said, there are instances where surgical procedures offer your child the best opportunity to find pain relief and correct the condition. Typically, we would not want to operate on a girl who is younger than 13-15 or a boy who is 15-17, since this is about when they reach skeletal maturity.

The good news about pediatric bunion surgery is that, when it is necessary, the procedure is often quite successful in realigning the bone and correcting the bone structure.

Seeking Treatment

If you’ve been searching for Foot Doctor for all your foot and ankle needs, take time to meet with the Podiatry Group of Georgia. Our doctor has the experience and knowledge you need to help your feet and ankles feel their best. Give us a call today and set up an appointment for your initial consultation. Call us today!

Call Our Marietta, Georgia Office Today at 404-806-3731 or Book your appointment online now!

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18/Jul/2018

Marietta Podiatrist Foot Care

Marietta Podiatrist Brings Foot Care For You!

Many people struggling with problems in their feet and ankles. In fact, the American Podiatric Medical association reports that nearly three quarters of Americans currently live with some kind of foot pain. They might not know the treatment options available to them, and decide to try to put up with the pain instead. But our podiatry services in Marietta can help you overcome painful foot and ankle issues so you can get back to enjoying your life–pain free. We offer comprehensive treatment options including laser treatments, surgery options, and therapeutic spa treatments. Our doctor will create a treatment plan that addresses your health concerns and moves you towards a pain free life. Our mission is to passionately pursue the health and well-being of our patients!

If you need assistance with any of these services, call our office today for an appointment:

We have the only medical spa in North Georgia solely dedicated to the treatment of hands and feet at our clinic. Our hand and foot spa was founded by Dr. Gephart, a licensed podiatric surgeon. We offer custom-formulated products that are used to treat your hands and feet and help them recover from harsh everyday use. Our spa offers a variety of services, so your feet and hands can look and feel their best. We recommend using our spa services as part of your treatment plan.

Combine our spa with our personalized medical care to ensure you get the best solutions to address the issues you are experiencing with your feet and ankles. Foot pain isn’t normal, and it isn’t something you have to live with. Allow our podiatry services in Marietta to detect issues and care for your feet. Your feet are an important part of your body and deserve the best care possible. Quit living with pain and make your appointment today!

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Serving Marietta and Atlanta Area


18/Jul/2018

Marietta Podiatry Services For You !

Marietta Podiatry Services

Many people struggling with problems in their feet and ankles. In fact, the American Podiatric Medical association reports that nearly three quarters of Americans currently live with some kind of foot pain. They might not know the treatment options available to them, and decide to try to put up with the pain instead. But our podiatry services in Marietta can help you overcome painful foot and ankle issues so you can get back to enjoying your life–pain free. We offer comprehensive treatment options including laser treatments, surgery options, and therapeutic spa treatments. Our doctor will create a treatment plan that addresses your health concerns and moves you towards a pain free life. Our mission is to passionately pursue the health and well-being of our patients!

If you need assistance with any of these services, call our office today for an appointment:

We have the only medical spa in North Georgia solely dedicated to the treatment of hands and feet at our clinic. Our hand and foot spa was founded by Dr. Gephart, a licensed podiatric surgeon. We offer custom-formulated products that are used to treat your hands and feet and help them recover from harsh everyday use. Our spa offers a variety of services, so your feet and hands can look and feel their best. We recommend using our spa services as part of your treatment plan.

Combine our spa with our personalized medical care to ensure you get the best solutions to address the issues you are experiencing with your feet and ankles. Foot pain isn’t normal, and it isn’t something you have to live with. Allow our podiatry services in Marietta to detect issues and care for your feet. Your feet are an important part of your body and deserve the best care possible. Quit living with pain and make your appointment today!

Call Our Marietta, Georgia Office Today at 404-806-3731 or Book your appointment online now!

Serving Marietta and Atlanta Area


18/Jul/2018

Marietta & Atlanta Best Podiatrist Are Here!

Marietta & Atlanta Best Podiatrist have spent years learning about feet! Your feet are an amazing area of your body, and one of the most complicated mechanically. There are over 26 bones in your feet, along with 33 joints and over 100 muscles,tendons, and ligaments. With so many parts and pieces working together to make your feet function properly, there is plenty of room for error. One small bone, joint, or ligament getting out of place can cause you endless pain in your feet. In fact, 77 percent of adults said they have had a foot ailment and half say they experience foot pain, according to the a 2010 survey from the American Podiatric Medical Association.Marietta & Atlanta Best Podiatrist

There are things you can do to keep your feet performing their important function of keeping you moving and balanced. Wearing supportive shoes is one of the most important. The next most important is visiting our Podiatry Group in Georgia at the first sign of foot pain. Because the mechanics of your foot are so complicated, you want to be sure you are seeing someone who thoroughly understands how your foot works and how to correct any problems you might be experiencing with them. Our doctor who has been working with patient’s feet for years, and she knows how to accurately diagnose and resolve your foot and ankle pain.

Your feet shouldn’t hurt, and foot pain isn’t something you have to live with. Our podiatrist is happy to serve the people of Marietta and Atlanta in anyway possible. Get in touch with our office today and make an appointment to find solutions to your foot pain issues. Learn more about our office, your feet, and the different conditions we treat by browsing through our website before your visit. We’re looking forward to seeing you soon , so call us today!

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18/Jul/2018

Treating Gait Abnormal Walking in ChildrenGait Abnormal Walking in Children

Watching a baby learn to walk makes it clear that our gait changes significantly as we age.  Gait refers to the way that a person walks, and there are a set of standards used to signify a range of normal.  Babies wobble, and often have a wider stance as they learn to balance during walking.  However, for some children, an abnormal gait carries over into the toddler years.

What are some common gait abnormalities in children?

In-toeing and out-toeing are the most common concerns seen among toddlers.  It’s very common for children in this age group to angle their feet either in (also referred to as pigeon-toed) or out.  While it may trouble parents to see these gait concerns, children experience no pain from them, and most see improvement as they age.

What causes in-toeing and out-toeing?

The most common reason for these gait abnormalities is that the bones of the leg are rotated.  For instance, in-toeing is usually caused by tibial torsion, which means that the tibia (or lower leg bone) angles inwardly.  If it angles outward, then out-toeing is the result.  Femoral anteversion can cause the same problems due to a turning in or out of the thigh bone (femur) which then impacts the tibia.  Also, if a child’s foot curves, in-toeing can result.  This foot curvature is known as metatarsus adductus.

Why does my child have a gait abnormality?

There are no clear answers regarding the exact reasons that some children develop in-toeing or out-toeing while others do not.  Some professionals suggest that these childhood gait abnormalities may run in families.  If possible, find out if you or your siblings experienced an unusual gait as children.  This may help your doctor to understand the family history, and assess the likelihood that your child’s gait will improve as they get older.

Another theory regarding these gait concerns is that limited space in a mother’s womb may lead to out-toeing or in-toeing.  Space is limited, and as a baby grows inside his mother the bones of the leg may turn to fit within the confines of the womb.  In this case, seeing the child learn to walk will give tell-tale signs that turning of the bones of the leg and the feet have occurred.

What should I do if I notice that my child is either in-toeing or out-toeing?

Many parents will see improvement as their child grows, and becomes a more experienced walker.  Children gain greater control over their gait as they mature, and often the bones of the leg will go back to the appropriate angle.  As a parent, it may be helpful to use video to document your child’s gait on a yearly basis.  This will assist you in noting changes and improvements as your child ages.  Most likely, you will see that your child’s gait has improved.  However, if you see that it hasn’t, you should discuss your concerns with your child’s doctor to determine the best course of action.

Some basic guidelines that are used to decide when it’s time to seek medical intervention include:

  • Reports of pain
  • Gait concerns that are getting worse and not better
  • Limping
  • Persistent in-toeing or out-toeing beyond age 3
  • Imbalances:  one foot that angles more than the other
  • Delays in development such as talking

In some cases, gait abnormalities can indicate neuromuscular conditions, so it is important to seek a podiatrist’s advice to determine if further testing is needed.

Are there other gait abnormalities that show up in children?

Limping and toe-walking are two other gait concerns that appear in children.  Toe-walking is much less common, and when it occurs past age three is often related to muscles that are tight.  However, it can indicate serious conditions such as cerebral palsy.

Limping is most often a reaction to pain (a blister, sprain, etc.), which are a normal part of life.  However, limping when pain is not present can indicate an issue that is developmental or neuromuscular in nature. cited www.apma.org

Seeking Treatment

If you’ve been searching for podiatric Doctor for your foot and ankle needs, take time to meet with the Podiatry Group of Georgia. Our doctor has the experience and knowledge you need to help your feet and ankles feel their best. Give us a call today and set up an appointment for your initial consultation. Call us today

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18/Jul/2018

What’s the Difference Between Breaks, Sprains, or Fractures?Difference Between Broken and Fractured Bone

Broken Bones, Sprains, and Fractures

If you’re running when you stumble over a large crack in the pavement You may feel a sudden, sharp pain in your foot. Whenever you try to move your lower limb, it hurts, and you must limp to keep walking. What did you injure—a bone, or the supporting connective tissues? When a problem occurs inside your body, out of sight, it can be hard to tell exactly what it is. Symptoms like these can be indicative of several different foot and ankle injuries, including a broken bone or a sprain.

Break vs. Fracture vs. Sprain

Trauma to your foot or ankle can cause serious damage to the bones and connective tissues that hold them together. The specific damage that results is what determines the type of injury. The painful overstretching or tearing of a ligament is called a sprain. This is different from the same type of damage to a tendon or a muscle—that is called a strain. When the injury is a disruption of the bone, it’s a called a break or a fracture.

There is a common misconception that breaks and fractures are different. Some assume that a fracture isn’t as serious as a broken bone, but that isn’t the case. Though you can certainly injure bones to varying degrees—small, aligned cracks are easier to treat than misaligned bones or ones with multiple breaks—the names “fracture” and “broken bone” mean the exact same thing: a break in the hard tissue.

Although broken bones and sprains affect different structures within the lower limb, it can be hard for you to tell which injury has taken place until you have it diagnosed by a doctor, like those here at Podiatry Group of Georgia. Both kinds of damage can be extremely painful. The discomfort is immediate and can make it very difficult, and sometimes impossible, to put weight on the affected foot, depending on the severity of the problem. The injured area swells and often bruises. Both conditions can result in chronic pain and weakness, as well as lead to additional injuries, if they are not addressed and remedied.

How To Repairing the Damage

How your foot is treated does depend both on the specific diagnosis and the severity of the damage. The professional staff of Podiatry Group of Georgia will evaluate your foot with tests and diagnostic images to get a clear picture of what structures are injured. Dr. Gephart know whether you have a fracture or a sprain, they can move forward with accurate treatment.

Both conditions can usually be treated conservatively. A sprain will need to have the irritation and swelling decreased. This means resting and icing the affected area. You may need to have your foot immobilized in a wrap or brace to keep from stressing the injured ligaments. More serious sprains may require a no weight-bearing period to allow the connective tissues to recover. A broken bone will need a period in a cast or special boot to hold it still so the body can repair the crack. Usually this means no weight on the foot until the break has healed.

Ruptured ligaments or displaced broken bones may need surgery to repair the damage. Neither will heal correctly on its own unless the ends of the torn or misaligned tissues are brought back together. The edges must be surgically realigned—and sometimes pinned in place for them to reattach.

Seeking Treatment

If you’ve been searching for podiatric surgeons for your foot and ankle needs, take time to meet with the Podiatry Group of Georgia. Our doctor has the experience and knowledge you need to help your feet and ankles feel their best. Give us a call today and set up an appointment for your initial consultation. Call us today

Call Our Marietta, Georgia Office Today at 404-806-3731 or Book your appointment online now!

Serving Marietta and Atlanta area!

 


18/Jul/2018

What is the Pain in the Ball of Your Foot?Stabbing Pain in Ball of Foot

One area that we hear patients complain about often is discomfort in the ball of their foot.  This is where the toes join the rest of the foot and it is composed of muscles, ligaments, tendons, bones and nerves. Your forefoot endures a great amount of stress and impact, particularly if you are active in sports. This structure is used for balance, weight distribution, and pushing off during movement. Pain in this area can have several different causes, including weight gain, overuse in an activity, nerve damage, or even poor footwear. Two of the most common causes for pain in the ball of your foot are metatarsalgia and sesamoiditis. If you have forefoot pain, it may be one of these two injuries, and we have the treatments to get you back on your feet.

  1. The Burning Pain of Metatarsalgia

Pain in the Ball of the FootMetatarsalgia is actually a group of symptoms that involve localized pain in the area behind your toes, and there can be many factors involved. Pain is felt where the metatarsal heads connect to your toes. Sharp, shooting and/or burning pain are telling signs that this area is under too much pressure. You may also feel tingling or numbness and a sensation as if you have a bruise in the bottom of your foot.

Wearing shoes with tight, narrow toe boxes is a common cause for added pressure on the metatarsals as well as being involved in a high-impact sport such as gymnastics, football, basketball, and soccer. Other causes include being overweight, bunions or hammertoes, having a high arched foot, and arthritis. It is common for symptoms to come on slowly over time and to dissipate during periods of rest. Even if the discomfort is minor and comes and goes, it is likely to get worse without treatment.

  1. Chronic Inflammation of Sesamoiditis

Sesamoiditis is a very common forefoot problem. It stems from irritation to the sesamoid bones, which are two pea-sized bones beneath the big toe joint in the ball of your foot. These two small but very important bones act like pulleys for the surrounding tendons, allowing the big toe to move normally. They also play a large role in the absorbing the weight put on the forefoot and big toe. An injury in this area can involve the bones themselves and/or the surrounding tendons and tissues. Frequent impact and stress through sports, wearing high-heeled shoes and having high arches are common contributors for this injury. Chronic, dull pain beneath the toe joint is the most common symptom for sesamoiditis. 

How To Relieving the Pain

If you are experiencing pain in the ball of your foot, the good news is that we can help. The cause determines the treatment, so our first step will be to determine the reason behind your discomfort.

  • Relieving the pressure is usually the first goal, so you will need a period of rest, eliminating any activities that would cause further stress.
  • Icing can help with inflammation and switching to more supportive shoes is often very helpful.
  • Orthotic inserts can add extra cushioning and stabilization, and there is also the option for injectable fillers as a treatment for metatarsalgia.
  • Taping and strapping the big toe joint to immobilize it may be necessary with sesamoiditis, as well as rest from activity while the bones heal, and icing for inflammation.

 Seeking Treatment

If you’ve been searching for podiatric  your foot and ankle needs, take time to meet with the Podiatry Group of Georgia. Our doctor has the experience and knowledge you need to help your feet and ankles feel their best. Give us a call today and set up an appointment for your initial consultation. Call us today !Call Our Marietta, Georgia Office Today at 404-806-3731 or Book your appointment online now!

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18/Jul/2018

Our Podiatric ServicesPodiatric Services

Podiatry Group of Georgia is your foot and ankle specialist, offering a full array of podiatric services to help you treat and maintain healthy feet. Our Podiatrist that practices in our office is ready and willing to get to know you and ensure you receive the best treatment for your feet.As a foot and ankle specialist, Podiatry Group of Georgia is qualified to treat a variety of foot problems – whether you’re dealing with an irritating ongoing condition or an injury you’ve had for years.

Our Services Include:

Foot and Ankle Surgery

When you need foot surgery, you want to find the right doctor of podiatry for the job. Look at the medical team at the Podiatry Group of Georgia. Led by Dr. Tammy Gephart, our clinic has becoming the leading podiatry clinic in Georgia for a reason. We’ve worked hard to establish our office as a place where patients can come to get top of the line care.

Toenail Fungus Treatment

At Podiatry Group of Georgia, we offer toenail fungus laser treatment, an innovative outpatient procedure that zaps fungus by shining a laser light beam onto the nail, penetrating through the surface of the nail, and killing the pathogens that are causing the fungal infection.

Common Foot Problems

A foot and ankle specialist at Podiatry Group of Georgia is ready and willing to help treat your common foot problems. Each Podiatrist in our office will work with you to make sure you feel well taken care of. We know how easy it is to take your feet for granted, which is why we are committed to getting your feet treated as soon as possible.

Pain Management

Foot pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including the type of shoes you wear, the kind of activities you participate in, genetics, injuries or health problems. A foot and ankle specialist at Podiatry Group of Georgia can tell you about the variety of pain management options we have available to help you get back on your feet again.

Ingrown Nail Treatment

Most of the time, an ingrown toenail can be easily treated by a Podiatrist here at Podiatry, either by providing proper recommendations for at home treatment, or surgery in extreme cases. Either way, we can help you find out what is causing your ingrown toenails.

Custom Orthotics

Orthotics are shoe inserts that come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Podiatry Group of Georgia offers three different varieties of custom orthotics that are made to fit your individual foot structure. This orthotics are used to correct an irregular or abnormal walking pattern caused by the foot not bearing weight properly, and will help you stand, walk, run and generally just move more comfortably and efficiently.

Medical Foot Spa

Our Marietta foot doctor knows the importance of treating your feet right. You spend all day on your feet, moving around from one task to another. Keeping your feet happy will help keep the rest of your body happy. That’s why we offer spa services for your feet right in our office. We offer three different levels of service so you can choose the treatment that’s right for your feet and your budget.

 Call For Treatment!

If you’ve been searching for podiatric surgeons for your foot and ankle needs, take time to meet with the Podiatry Group of Georgia. Our doctor has the experience and knowledge you need to help your feet and ankles feel their best. Give us a call today and set up an appointment for your initial consultation. Call us today

Call Our Marietta, Georgia Office Today at 404-806-3731 or Book your appointment online now!

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18/Jul/2018

YOUR FOOT FUNGUS SPECIALIST!Foot Fungus Specialist

Toenail fungus infections are a common foot health problem and can continue for years without ever causing pain. The disease, characterized by a change in a toenail’s color, is often considered nothing more than a flaw or imperfection. If it’s left untreated, however, it can cause more serious problems.

Toenail fungus, also referred to as onychomycosis, is an infection underneath the surface of the nail, which may also break through the nail. It’s often accompanied by a secondary bacterial and/or yeast infection affecting the nail plate, which ultimately can lead to difficulty and pain when walking or running.

Symptoms May Include:

  • Discoloration
  • Brittleness
  • Loosening, thickening, or crumbling of the nail

Toenail fungus is caused by a group of fungi, called dermophytes, that easily attack the nail and thrive on keratin, the nail’s protein substance. In some cases, when these tiny organisms take hold, the nail may become thicker, yellowish-brown, or darker in color, and foul smelling.

Nail bed injury may make the nail more susceptible to all types of infection. Those who suffer chronic diseases, such as diabetes, circulatory problems, or immune-deficiency conditions, are especially prone to toenail fungus. If basic foot care guidelines are followed, you more than likely can avoid most common foot fungus problems.

Some Best Practices To Prevent Toenail Fungus Are:

  1. Use proper hygiene and regularly inspect your feet and toes.
  2. Keep your feet clean and dry.
  3. Wear shower shoes in public facilities whenever possible.
  4. Clip nails straight across so that the nail does not extend beyond the tip of the toe.
  5. Use a quality foot powder (talcum, not cornstarch) together with shoes that fit well and are made of materials that breathe.
  6. Avoid wearing excessively tight hosiery, which promotes moisture.
  7. Wear dry cotton socks, and change them two or three times a day if necessary.
  8. Wear dry shoes that allow air to circulate around your feet (tight, enclosed, moist shoes contribute to toenail fungus infections).
  9. Disinfect home pedicure tools and make sure the tools used in salons have been cleaned properly.
  10. Don’t share shoes or socks with others.
  11. Don’t share nail clippers or nail files with others.

Options For Toenail Fungus Treatment

Toenail fungus treatment options, depending on the type of infection you have and the severity, include:

  • Laser treatment that uses a laser light beam to penetrate the nail bed and kill the pathogens embedded in the nail causing the toenail fungus. This is the most effective method for toenail fungus treatment.
  • Over-the-counter liquid antifungal agents that are applied directly to the nail.
  • Oral medications in the form of pills that kill the fungus by entering the blood stream.
  • Debridement which is when the diseased nail matter and debris is removed.

In severe cases, surgical toenail fungus treatment may be required to remove the entire infected nail. Permanent removal of a chronically painful nail, which has not responded to any other treatment, permits the fungal infection to be cured and prevents the return of a deformed nail.

Who to Call!

If you’ve been searching for podiatric surgeons for your foot and ankle needs, take time to meet with the Podiatry Group of Georgia. Our doctor has the experience and knowledge you need to help your feet and ankles feel their best. Give us a call today and set up an appointment for your initial consultation. Call us today

Call Our Marietta, Georgia Office Today at 404-806-3731 or Book your appointment online now!


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