Foot Care in Macomb County, Michigan
Diabetic Foot Care
If you suffer from Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, you may have a higher risk of foot complications. High blood glucose levels can cause the nerves in your feet to lose function.
Routine Foot Care
Because we use our feet every day, it is important to keep them healthy. Keeping toenails trimmed neatly and wearing proper shoes can help ensure you can walk pain-free every day.
Book an appointment with Dr. Edward S. Gordon, D.P.M., P.C. and Dr. Timothy Snyder, D.P.M., P.C. today. We want you to be able to walk with comfort and ease and are dedicated to providing quality podiatric care.
Taking Care of Your Feet
Our feet carry us everywhere we go. They allow us to walk around our homes, around the grocery store walk to our cars and get to work. When your feet are in pain or you are suffering from a bunion or other issue, it can be debilitating. At Dr. Edward S. Gordon, D.P.M., P.C. and Dr. Timothy Snyder, D.P.M., P.C., we’ll help take care of your feet so you don’t have to worry about how you’ll get around. With our expert care and treatments, you’ll be able to walk freely.
A Team You Can Trust
Our team is expertly trained to give your feet the attention they need. We are familiar with a variety of foot fungi, hammertoes, warts, calluses and other foot problems. When you come to our office, our podiatrist will carefully examine your feet and provide the treatment you need to maintain or improve your mobility and prevent future problems.
Diabetic Foot Care
People who suffer from diabetes are more prone to foot problems like poor blood flow, blisters and more. With regular care, you can keep your feet healthy.
Routine Foot and Nail Care
Ingrown toenails can be excruciating. Our team will provide the routine care you need to prevent them and care for any fungi, warts, calluses and more.
Book an Appointment
Whether you are experiencing foot problems associated with diabetes or you are suffering from heel or arch pain, our team can help. Contact us to schedule an appointment.
We are licensed, bonded and insured for your safety.
Speak With a Podiatrist
If you are experiencing pain or discomfort from a bunion, calluses or another foot issue, call our office today. Our friendly staff will gladly answer any questions you have and work with you to schedule an appointment.