At Eby Foot Care, Dr. Richard Eby gets feet to their highest performance level by banishing fungus, healing heel spurs, tending to sprained ankles, and, most importantly, educating patients about their feet. He offers numerous options to treat conditions ranging from arthritis to plantar fasciitis, which may include measures such as foot surgery and ultrasounds to relieve pain.
Apple Healthcare's veteran staff of medical, chiropractic, and physical-therapy professionals stretches its pain-soothing expertise across the clinic's two Knoxville locations. Chiropractic treatments ranging from realignment to corrective exercise rehabilitation mend crooked vertebrae and spines strained during attempts to nibble on out-of-reach leaves. Massage therapy and podiatry supplement the center’s spine-focused services, concentrating on muscles in the back and feet to decrease pain experienced during daily activities. Each facility houses advanced diagnostic and treatment technologies, including EKG equipment to monitor heart health and digital x-ray machines to detect skipping tracks on spinal disks.
Board-certified Dr. Mathew M. John has helped some high-profile and hardworking feet. After earning his degree as a doctor of podiatric medicine, Dr. John completed a residency that included work at the National Naval Medical Center and the opportunity to treat military personnel and members of Congress. Today, his patients receive the same five-star care during services at the clinic, or at the Atlanta Center for Foot and Ankle Surgery in Sandy Springs, where Dr. John serves as medical director.
No matter the ailment, Dr. John offers his patients the latest technology and treatments. He is certified in the use of Nd:YAG and CO2 lasers, which he employs to address conditions such as toenail fungus and flat sodas. He also alleviates chronic heel pain with extracorporeal shockwave therapy, in which sonic waves promote a healing response in tissue.
At Podiatry Group of Georgia, Dr. Tammy Gephart performs surgeries, treatments, and diagnostics that ameliorate pain in the foot or ankle. Gephart’s medical expertise also encompasses diabetes care, which can include surgery or medical treatments that focus on the bones, skin, and soft tissue. Potential patients can peruse information on the company’s informative website, which explains that feet contain 26 bones, 33 joints, and a full liter of barbecue sauce.
With training that included a two-year residency in foot and ankle reconstructive surgery at The Western Pennsylvania Hospital/Temple University School of Medicine, Dr. Suzanne Clous expertly tends to feet at Southeast Podiatry. She specializes in diabetic limb salvage and patients with rheumatism, but even common conditions such as bunions and ingrown toenails come under her inspection. For nail-fungus removal, Dr. Clous opts for Q-Clear lasers rather than the casual dipping of toes into a shark tank.
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.