Maybe you rolled your ankle playing beach volleyball, or you cut your foot on a seashell, and it just won’t seem to heal. When injuries don’t go away, or you have other health issues with your feet, it is likely time to enlist in some medical help, but what exactly should you expect in a typical podiatrist?
A typical podiatrist, otherwise known as a “foot doctor,” provides diagnosis and treatment for all types of foot ailments, from injuries to types of arthritis to toenail fungus. They can specialize in areas such as surgery, diabetic care, or sports medicine. They are doctors who are educated, experienced, and the most qualified to not only diagnose and treat foot problems, but to help in the prevention of further issues. To put it simply, podiatrists are the experts when it comes to your feet.
Raymond A. DiPretoro Jr., DPM, FACFAS, of Advanced Foot & Ankle Center is an exceptional example. Dedicated to providing you with the best possible care, he will not only evaluate your problem and discuss options for treatment with you, but will welcome your questions and make a point of getting to know you. Why? Because he is committed to making your experience as positive as it can be. With his help, you’ll have healthy feet again and be back in the swing of things in no time.
Millions of people suffer from foot problems, but surprisingly, only a small percentage of them actually seek a podiatrist’s help. If you have foot pain or discomfort that is keeping you from summer fun, it’s time you made an appointment with Raymond A. DiPretoro, Jr., DPM, FACFAS, at Advanced Foot & Ankle Center. We’re not typical, we’re exceptional. Call (302) 355-0056, or visit a convenient location near you in Wilmington, Glasgow, and Newark, DE.