At the Relief Institute, we place value on the Doctor-Patient Relationship and strive to provide foot relief delivered by a trusted reputable foot care physician. The doctors we work with here at The Relief Institute are foot care specialists, and understand the importance of getting out of pain and finding relief. All our doctors are tried and trusted by patients. They focus on the treatments of ankle and foot ailments and conditions.
When you are looking for a foot and ankle pain specialist, finding the right one is not an easy task. Some podiatrists and orthopedics will have experience in your condition and some will not. With over 2 million foot doctors in the US, narrowing down your choices can be the difference between getting back on your feet, or wasting time and money and still not being any better than when you first started.
Avoid the hassle of finding an available and qualified doctor. The Relief Institute knows everything about foot and ankle treatment and can help you find the right doctor. Finding relief should be painless. This is precisely why we’ve handpicked only the most qualified physician specialists in your area to care for your foot and ankle concerns. These physicians are affiliated with top facilities in the region and are recognized experts who use the latest technology and treatment methods for their patients. They take the time to explain your condition, then promptly follow up with the best treatment options available.
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A claw toe is a toe that is contracted at the PIP and DIP joints (middle and end joints in the toe) and can lead to severe pressure and pain.
Acute pain usually comes on suddenly in response to an injury and may come and go. The sensation may be similar to coming into contact with a sharp object.
Dr. Desai is the only Orthopaedic Surgeon Fellowship Trained in Foot and Ankle Surgery, practicing in Allen and extending North to Oklahoma and is the only Orthopaedic Surgeon in McKinney focusing 100% of his practice on foot and ankle injuries.
Dr. Nere Onosode is dedicated to helping his patients get back on their feet. He received his undergraduate degree in Pre-Med/Biology from The University of Louisville.
A burning sensation in your feet may be caused by nerve damage in the legs, also called neuropathy. Many medical conditions can cause burning feet, diabetes is the most common.
A callus is an area of thickened skin that forms as a response to repeated friction, pressure, or other irritation. Since repeated contact is required.
The best course of action to take in these cases is to see a doctor. On your visit, we will examine your symptoms and go beyond them to ensure that there is nothing to be concerned about.
Physician consultants for several Professional, College, and High School sports teams, the likes of Texas Rangers, Dallas Stars, Dallas Sidekicks, Frisco Roughriders, and Allen Americans.
Infection is an invasion and multiplication of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites that are not normally present within your body.
Strong ligaments hold the bones of your joints in place while the joints are in motion and at rest. Muscles and tendons hold the bones of the joints in place most often when moving.
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