OPEN Monday – Friday
CLOSED Saturday – Sunday
(404) 806-3731
Fax: (770) 321-0001
2864 Johnson Ferry Rd, Suite 100
Marietta GA 30062

We Have Moved! 

We are excited to announce that our office has moved to a new location as of August 21, 2023. The new office is located at 2864 Johnson Ferry Road, Suite 100, Marietta, GA 30062. It is conveniently located at the corner of Johnson Ferry Road and Post Oak Tritt, just a few miles away from our current office. All appointments scheduled on or after August 21st will be held at the new location. We look forward to seeing you there!


Foot Pain

You’re feet aren’t suppose to hurt.

Foot pain is not normal. At the first sign of pain, or any noticeable changes in your feet, seek professional podiatric medical care. With proper detection, intervention, and care, most foot and ankle problems can be lessened or prevented.

The human foot is a marvel of mechanical complexity and structural strength. The foot can sustain enormous pressure – several tons over the course of a one mile run – and provides flexibility and resiliency.

The foot and ankle are comprised of:

  • 26 bones (25% of the bones in the human body are in the feet)
  • 33 joints
  • more than 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments
  • a network of blood vessels, nerves, skin, and soft tissue

Together they provide the body with support, balance and mobility. If any of these parts breaks down, it can result in the development of problems in other parts of the body. Other diseases, like diabetes, can also lead to problems in the feet.

The journey to healthy feet starts with one step. Podiatry Group of Georgia is here to help you with that first step.

Foot Problems

Americans face common foot problems and serious foot conditions everyday. The American Podiatric Medical Association recently conducted a study with alarming results – it revealed that 75% of Americans will suffer some type of foot problem in their lives. Many foot problems are a result of neglect. You may not be able to see them, but your feet are there and should be regularly cared for.

The Podiatrist

Podiatrists are health care professionals whose training focuses on the foot, ankle, and the muscles and tendons governing foot function.

Dr. Neha Delvadia diagnoses and treats foot and ankle conditions including neurological, circulatory, skin, and musculoskeletal systems. Oftentimes a serious health condition, such as diabetes, can be diagnosed first by podiatrists who then refer the patient to other medical specialists.