More Than Just Foot Care

We at Sarasota Foot Care Center believe that you not only treat the foot and ankle, but the person attached to that foot and ankle. As such, we just want to remind our patients that we are involved in ALL ASPECTS of your lower extremity health. We not only treat skin, nail and bone deformities of the foot and leg, but we also treat sprains, fractures, diagnose blood flow and neurologic problems and treat wounds.

We have the latest technology to diagnose and treat fractures using digital x-rays in our office. As you may have noticed, we use computers in the treatment room as part of an electronic medical record. Not only is this more accurate but it also cuts down on paper and helps save the environment. We also have one of the few cutting –edge lasers in the area to treat fungal nail infections.

Finally, we are a center of excellence for diabetic foot care. We follow all of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) guidelines with regard to blood flow testing and nerve testing and we perform the tests in our office. We offer electrical stimulation therapy for the treatment of painful, tingling neuropathy in your feet. We even offer diabetic shoes for those who qualify.

At Sarasota Foot Care Center we are more than just foot care, we are total patient care.

Committed to your health,

Dr. Craig Conti
Sarasota Foot Care Center

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