Your foot is made up of 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles and numerous tendons. So it’s easy to see why foot and ankle problems are so common. If an injury or disease affects any part of the feet, it can cause pain and reduce your ability to move easily throughout your day.
Podiatrists are doctors who are trained to care for all of your foot needs—from sports injuries to bunions to diabetes complications. At The Christ Hospital Health Network, our team of podiatrists has the advanced training and years of experience needed to diagnose and treat problems affecting the feet and ankles. This level of expertise, combined with advanced technology and equipment, gives you access to world-class foot care close to home. We accept Medicaid, Medicare and most insurance plans.
Our offices are located in Anderson, Fort Wright, Green Township, Lawrenceburg, Liberty Township, Montgomery, and in our Mt. Auburn Joint & Spine Center.
We offer diagnosis and treatment for:
When is it time to see a podiatrist?
Foot and ankle issues can cause pain and difficulty moving, walking or running. You may want to make an appointment with one of our nationally recognized podiatrists if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
Discoloration of your toenails or the skin on your feet
Fluid that is leaking from one or both feet
Persistent foot pain
Swelling and redness
Symptoms that have not improved after two weeks
Why choose The Christ Hospital Physicians?
The podiatry team at The Christ Hospital is second to none. Our podiatrists have all completed extensive training to evaluate and treat conditions that affect your feet, ankles and lower part of your legs.
Our award-winning Joint & Spine Center features state-of-the-art technology and an expert team of healthcare professionals working together to bring you the best care available in the region.
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