Podiatrists in San Antonio
Your feet and ankles hold the path to your mobility, active lifestyle and overall health. It's important to take care of them and have specialized, effective treatment if something goes wrong or doesn't feel right.
At University Health, our foot and ankle surgeons understand the importance of your complete foot and ankle care. We specialize in surgical and nonsurgical treatments of a variety of foot and ankle conditions. We will generally attempt to treat your condition with nonsurgical methods before recommending surgery.
Our board-certified podiatrists are doctors of podiatric medicine and have completed extensive training in the specialty of foot and ankle medicine. We can evaluate, diagnose and treat conditions that keep you sore or sidelined, and get you back on your feet.
Signs You Should See a Foot and Ankle Doctor
- Foot or ankle injury
- Swelling in your foot or ankle
- Any painful condition of the foot, ankle or lower leg
- Discomfort after standing for awhile
- Changes in the appearance of your foot or ankle
- An abnormal growth
Foot and Ankle Conditions We Treat
Our podiatrists treat a number of foot and ankle conditions, including:
- Bruises, sprains or strains
- Diabetic complications
- Foot or ankle arthritis
- Heel pain (plantar fasciitis)
- Ingrown toenails
- Skin conditions
- Sports injuries
- Tingly feet
- Toenail irritations and infections
Foot and Ankle Treatment Options
- Diabetic foot screening
- Prescription medication
Because patients with diabetes often develop additional complications with their feet, we have a dedicated practice specializing in diabetic foot care.
Hospital at Home
Hospital at Home allows some of our podiatry patients to receive hospital-level care in their homes. When you choose Hospital at Home, you will receive compassionate, high-quality care from health care professionals you know and trust.
You will get in-person and virtual visits from University Health professionals to support your care and recovery.