The doctors at Flat Shoals Foot & Ankle Center know that a person’s well-being literally rests on the health of their feet. That's why they treat everything from sprained ankles to diabetic issues to ingrown dewclaws with state-of-the-art techniques and a caring bedside manner. They also promote preventive care and an overall healthy lifestyle with education, nutrition advice, and exercise tips. Their onsite spa offers pampering in the form of mani-pedis and reflexology performed by a licensed nail technician.
Led by Dr. Darryl Pitts, the team at Chastain Wellness Studio specializes in medical spa services while maintaining a relaxing environment. Wielding lavish products from names such as Obagi, PCA Skin, ViDerm, and Oxygenetix, aestheticians and medical professionals treat skin with nonsurgical procedures including facials, microdermabrasion, Botox, and dermal wrinkle fillers, imbuing visages with a glow typically reserved for newlywed fireflies. Trained technicians perform treatments such as laser hair removal, laser skin resurfacing, and laser body contouring, and licensed massage therapists ease muscles with a coterie of massage services.
When it comes to feet, there isn't much Dr. Jason Morris and Dr. Patricia Whitmore wouldn't do to keep them in shipshape. With a new PDR digital x-ray machine in tow, the team is well equipped to address a variety of podiatric concerns such as broken ankles, foot fractures, sports injuries, and arthritis pain. Both doctors also hold special privileges at local hospitals for when remedies call for surgical intervention. Dr. Morris keeps tootsies free of pain, nail fungus, and rabid bunny slippers with his arsenal of noninvasive lasers, while Dr. Whitmore oversees the medical-grade pedicures and pampering at the clinic's foot spa.
Village Podiatry Centers' network of physicians is comprised of board-certified and board-eligible podiatric surgeons who tend to foot, ankle, and lower leg conditions. They diagnose and prescribe treatment for everything from joint pain to toenail fungus to diabetic wounds at more than 27 offices across Georgia.