1Foot 2Foot was established to fulfill the need for quality and personable podiatric care in the Hampton Roads/Suffolk Community. We use a combination of the latest medical technology and good old-fashioned patient care to meet your foot health needs. It's the kind of one-on-one classic care that's hard to find in today's fast-paced world.
Specializing in complete foot and ankle care, our doctors bring a broad based variety of skill and experience to this practice. Inclusive in their treatment of patients is a comprehensive consultation to determine the suitable course of action to comfortably address any of your podiatric needs. Our efficient and personable staff assures that each patient receives the personal attention he or she should expect from a healthcare provider.
The human foot has 28 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments, 19 muscles and tendons. The 52 bones in our feet make up 25 percent of all the bones in our body. Due to the everyday demands we place upon ourselves, our feet are exposed to wear and tear along with overuse during our lifetime. Our feet can be adversely affected by diseases such as diabetes mellitus. In addition, there are several hereditary disorders which can negatively impact the shape and function of the feet leaving us more vulnerable to medical problems of the lower extremities.
At 1Foot 2Foot, we strive to provide our patients with the most comprehensive care from a simple medical procedure to a complex surgery. We have received conventional medical and specialized surgical training. With our experience and utilizing the latest technologies available to us, we diagnose your problem, explore treatment options, and decide upon the best approach for your condition. Our goal is to improve the quality of your life by providing excellent medical care.
Foot and Ankle Care of Hampton Roads
Our services include a comprehensive assessment, review of your medical history, diagnosis and treatment for simple to complex foot and ankle conditions. We deliver care to our patients with common problems such as bunions, hammertoes, Morton’s neuromas, ingrown toenails, and plantar fasciitis (heel spur syndrome), as well as complex foot and ankle disorders such as congenital foot deformities, trauma, and complications experienced by diabetic patients known as Charcot foot disease.
We strive to work in a multi-disciplinary approach with other specialties including internal medicine, vascular surgery, neurology, infectious disease, rheumatology, endocrinology, pain management, orthopaedics, and physiatry.
As a practice, our commitment to health extends to insuring our patients have access to the best options available ranging from conservative treatments to surgical procedures with the latest technologies. We strive to be a center of excellence for the management of all foot and ankle conditions.