You depend on your feet every day to get around. So when something goes wrong, it’s a big deal. Whether your foot problems are due to diabetes or other conditions, the Valley Baptist Foot Care Institute offers specialized care for your foot and ankle problems, which can help prevent more serious disabilities and even amputations. We focus on early intervention, patient education and preventing problems from occurring in the first place.
Common Foot Ailments We Treat
Charcot foot deformity
Fasciitis (swelling or tenderness of the soles of the foot)
Failed past surgeries
Ingrown and fungal toenails
Neuropathy or tingling in the foot (procedure to restore nerves damaged by neuropathy)
Pain from past trauma
Wounds or infections
We’re staffed by board-certified podiatrists, specially trained registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses and technicians. These professionals work in collaboration with your primary care doctor to provide you with individualized care. Services include:
Diabetic foot care
Onsite foot and ankle x-rays
Bioengineered skin substitutes
Cast application for foot- and ankle-related issues
Treatment of foot & ankle injuries
When a patient loses a foot or leg, there can be tragic consequences for the patient and the entire family, as amputation affects the person’s ability to work and function in daily life. The Valley Baptist Foot Care Institute staff is here to help patients catch problems early to help avoid bigger problems later on.
If you’re suffering from a foot or ankle problem, don’t hesitate. Visit us at the following locations:
Foot Care Institute Valley Baptist Medical Center—Brownsville Edelstein Professional Building 800 W. Jefferson St. Brownsville, TX 78520 (956) 698-5052
Foot Care Institute Valley Baptist Medical Center—Harlingen Medical Arts Pavilion 2121 Pease Street, Suite 201 Harlingen, Texas 78550 (956) 389-1940
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