At Hall Podiatry, our entire office staff is dedicated to great results and outstanding patient satisfaction. Our goal is to resolve your problem with professionalism, respect and kindness that you could expect as a family member. Every patient is VIP. We offer a diversity of skills to treat the foot, ankle and lower leg. Conservative noninvasive treatment is always carefully considered before more complex surgical options are offered. Our surgical techniques and facilities are the most current, advanced state of the art, available. We are on staff at JFK Hospital, Bethesda Hospitals (East and West), Palms West Hospital, and Northwest Hospital. We make every effort to make you confident that you have made the right choice in choosing our office.
We pride ourselves on our years of experience and caring staff dedicated to providing the best treatment to all patients. We use cutting edge technology and we have been the trusted choice of many of our local physicians and surgeons. Many of our patients are doctors, hospital employees ,and family of medical professionals. We make every effort to make you confident that you have made the right choice in choosing our office.
Helping to Get You Back on Your Feet
We provide state-of-the-art wound care in our office setting. Most open wounds can be resolved with proper wound care in the office. We routinely treat simple lacerations and complex limb threatening wounds. We work as a team with vascular specialist and infectious disease specialist, when it comes to limb salvage and preventing amputation. Wounds often require removal of nonviable unhealthy tissue and application of specialized wound products to promote healing. We offer a multitude of advanced biologic products such as amnionic tissue, and advanced grafting, which is shown to reduce healing time. Also modifying pressure sites with custom orthotics can reduce healing time. Many patients prefer a more personalized office setting for their wound care rather than a hospital-based wound care center. We are also on staff at the local hospitals to admit patients for more complex or infected wound cases.
Common conditions (including foot pain and more) can take many forms including:
Plantar Fasciitis and heel spurs
Many of the procedures involved in alleviating the pain can be performed in the office, after most diagnosis.
Diabetic Foot Care
We have been protecting diabetic feet for many years by providing preventative foot care. Diabetics can be susceptible to serious conditions and routine podiatry visits can significantly reduce the chance of complex problems. Complications of diabetes can include nerve damage as well as peripheral vascular disease. Diabetic neuropathy is a nerve problem that can vary from subtle tingling and sometimes burning, to severe numbness in both feet and legs. There are prescription medications to help control the discomfort of diabetic neuropathy. Diabetics can sometimes have injuries or wounds that are not painful due to their nerve disease. Diabetics can also have a problem healing due to their high blood sugar and poor circulation. We specialize in providing regular nail and callus care which can help prevent wounds or infections. Diabetic shoes and custom soft inserts are also provided in our office which are very protective in preventing wounds.