Helping to heal care for and restore the human body.

The specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center offer individualized, state-of-the-art, innovative and compassionate solutions for a multitude of podiatric conditions. From heel pain, bunions and tendonitis to ankle pain and ingrown nails, our podiatrists are experts in diagnosing and treating everything below the knee.

Don’t wait another day: we’re here to help you get back on your feet.

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What We Treat

  • Achilles Tendonitis

    Say goodbye to heel pain and swelling and get back to the activities you love. Ask about our innovative treatments to get you back into action fast!

    You’re relatively healthy and you try to stay active and physically fit. So why is the back of your heel aching and painful?

    If you’ve recently gotten back into sports or only play on the weekends, you could have aggravated or torn your Achilles tendon, which runs from the back of your heel bones to your calf muscles. Wearing high heels can also aggravate the Achilles tendon, as can having leg muscles that are too tight.

    Alternatively, if you’re one of the many people who struggle with chronic Achilles tendonitis, and stretching and physical therapy have gotten you nowhere, it’s time to look into other options.

    The podiatrists at Anderson Podiatry Center are experts in Achilles tendonitis. In fact, our doctors were the first in the Rocky Mountain region to offer groundbreaking laser and low-intensity shockwave treatments that offer long-lasting relief.

    Treatment options include:

    Don’t live with Achilles tendonitis pain another day. Our varied, affordable treatment options can help you get back to the activities you love.

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying cause of Achilles tendonitis, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center
  • Ankle Problems

    Do you sprain your ankle regularly? Is your ankle stiff or swollen? Do you have trouble walking across uneven ground, especially in high heels? You might be experiencing ankle instability.

    Is your ankle tender to the touch, swollen, unstable, or painful? You might have ankle pain that’s signaling to a larger problem, such as arthritis, a fracture, or an inflamed tendon.

    Do you have an ankle sprain that just won’t heal? Is your ankle swollen, bruised, and/or painful? Are you having difficulty walking on it? If not treated, some ankle sprains can develop into long-term problems.

    Ankle instability, pain, and sprains can put a damper on an active lifestyle. If you’re experiencing any or all of the above, the specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center can help. Our varied and affordable treatment options include:

    Don’t let ankle problems slow you down another day. Our doctors are ready to help you get back on your feet!

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying causes of ankle instability, pain, and sprains, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center
  • Arthritis

    Don’t let arthritis keep you from living life to the fullest. If you’re facing ankle, joint or other foot fusions or joint replacement, there is an alternative with less risk and less recovery time.

    Arthritis (most commonly osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis) can be painful, debilitating, and frustrating. Swollen, stiff joints and “flare-ups” after periods of activity can make daily life difficult.

    The highly trained podiatrists at Anderson Podiatry Center take arthritis—in all its forms—seriously. That’s why we were the first doctors in the Rocky Mountain region to treat painful arthritic joints with nerve removal, bypassing the need for more complicated bone surgery.

    Our podiatrists are the first in the region to offer the groundbreaking new Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy, a painless and fast procedure that can help repair cartilage in the foot and ankle joint with no down time. If you suffer from debilitating arthritis, PRP Therapy might be able to help you avoid or delay surgery—including joint fusion or replacement—and get back to the activities you love sooner.

    Our varied and affordable treatment options can get you back on your feet, helping to relieve pain and inflammation.

    Resection surgery removes small nerve branches around the painful joint to decrease or eliminate the sensation of pain in that joint. It is much less risky than conventional surgery for joint replacement or fusion, and involves much less healing time. Our doctors have had remarkable results using this procedure and patient satisfaction is very high.

    Don’t let your arthritis continue to progress—the podiatrists at Anderson Podiatry Center are ready to help you get back on your feet.

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying cause of arthritis, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center
  • Athlete’s Foot

    Live a healthy, active lifestyle—without the discomfort and embarrassment of athlete’s foot.

    Are you experiencing scaly skin and itchiness on your feet and/or toes? Is the skin inflamed, or do you have blisters? Are your toenails thick and discolored? Do your feet have an unpleasant odor?

    Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that can affect almost anyone, and it’s easily spread—often on locker room floors or public showers.

    The podiatrists at Anderson Podiatry Center are experts in treating athlete’s foot effectively, so you can get back to your daily life without skin irritation, itchiness, or embarrassing symptoms.

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying cause of athlete’s foot, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center
  • Big Toe Pain

    Don’t let hallux limitus get worse—learn about your treatment options today.

    Do you feel pain where your big toe meets your foot? Does walking hurt this area?

    Do you notice a grinding or grating of the big-toe joint when you move it? Has a bone spur grown on top of the joint, or does it often swell up? Do you find it difficult to wear flip-flops, or shoes with poor support?

    If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you might be experiencing a progressive arthritic condition known as hallux limitus, which is similar to a bunion.

    Hallux limitus can strike almost anyone, and is often caused by genetics or injury to the big-toe joint. If left untreated, it can progress to hallux rigidus, or no movement of the big-toe joint at all, which can lead to painful walking and daily life.

    The specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center can use the latest technology to reveal the exact stage of the hallux limitus and determine the most appropriate actions to take.

    Treatment usually consists of:

    • Custom orthotics
    • Cortisone injections
    • Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy
    • AmnioFix Therapy
    • Surgery in the more advanced stages of the condition
    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying cause of hallux limitus, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center

    Don’t wait! Hallux limitus can progress and worsen if left untreated.

  • Bunions & Bunionettes


    Bunion Treatments: Slip into your favorite pair of shoes again.

    Are you experiencing foot pain, swelling, restricted movement of one or many toes, or difficulty fitting into your favorite pair of shoes?

 Take look at your bare foot. You might need bunion treatments.

    Does your big toe point in toward your second toe? Is there a visible bump on your big toe joint? If so, you might have a bunion.

    If your big toe looks fine, is there a sizable bump at the base of your pinky toe? If so, you could have a bunionette.

    Bunions and bunionettes can make you dread putting on your shoes. The specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center are experts in treating both of these conditions, and can help you get back on your feet with:

    • Custom orthotics
    • Corrective surgery
    • Long-lasting relief
    • We treat the underlying cause of bunions and bunionettes, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center
    • Can help you get back on your feet with custom orthotics corrective surgery

    Find out how Anderson Podiatry Center can help you get back on your feet—pain free.

    Get Our Free Bunions Book

  • Corns & Calluses

    Say goodbye to unsightly, uncomfortable corns and calluses.

    Do you have thick patches of skin or hard bumps on your feet or toes? You might have corns or calluses, which are thickenings of the skin that usually form in areas of pressure.

    Calluses often occur on the sole or ball of the foot, on the outside of the pinky toe where it rubs against the shoe, or on the joints of hammertoes. Corns appear on the tops or tips of the toes, and they can be painful if they interfere with walking or daily activities.

    Both corns and calluses can make you dread putting on your shoes or going barefoot in the summertime. The specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center are experts in treating both of these conditions, and can help you feel happy to show off your feet.

    Our varied and affordable treatment options for removing corns and calluses include:

    • Topical treatments
    • Shaving or trimming away excess skin
    • Custom orthotics
    • Corrective surgery to correct hammertoes, if needed

    Don’t try risky at-home remedies to get rid of your corns or calluses, like cutting or applying over-the-counter topical treatments. The expert podiatrists at Anderson Podiatry Center can help you get rid of unsightly corns and calluses safely and quickly.

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center
  • Diabetic Foot Care

    According to the American Diabetes Association, about 15.7 million people (5.9 percent of the United States population) have diabetes. Nervous system damage (also called neuropathy, which we test for and treat at our Anderson Center for Nerve & Chronic Pain) affects about 60 to 70 percent of people with diabetes and is a major complication that may cause diabetics to lose feeling in their feet or hands.

    Foot problems are a big risk in diabetics. In a diabetic foot, a wound as small as a blister from wearing a shoe that’s too tight can cause extensive damage. Diabetes decreases blood flow, making injuries slow to heal and placing them at risk for infection. These infections can spread quickly as well.

    Diabetics must constantly monitor their feet or they could face severe consequences, including amputation. If you have diabetes, you should inspect your feet every day. Look for puncture wounds, bruises, pressure areas, redness, warmth, blisters, ulcers, scratches, cuts and nail problems. Get someone to help you, or use a mirror. If you find something, make an appointment to see one of our doctors for treatment.

    Here’s some basic advice for taking care of your feet:

    • Keep your feet warm and dry.
    • Don’t put your feet on radiators or in front of the fireplace.
    • Don’t smoke or sit cross-legged. Both decrease blood supply to your feet.Don’t use heating pads or sharp instruments on your feet.Trim your toenails straight across. Avoid cutting the corners. Use a nail file or emery board. If you find an ingrown toenail, contact our office.
    • Don’t put any lotion between your toes.
    • Avoid stockings with elastic tops.

    Diabetic Foot Ulcers and Charcot Foot

    When your feet become numb, they are at risk for:

    • Ulcers, which are open sores that may become infected.
    • The bone condition Charcot foot (pronounced “sharko”). This is one of the most serious foot problems you can face and is caused when the bones of your foot fracture and disintegrate, warping the shape of your foot. Because your foot is numb, you feel no pain and continue to walk on it, creating further damage.

    Diabetic foot ulcers and early phases of Charcot fractures can be treated with:

    • A custom-walking boot, which supports the foot until all the swelling goes down.
    • Surgery may be necessary if your deformity is too severe for a brace or shoe.

    If you have any concerns with your feet or lower legs such as pain, a sore that won’t heal or becomes infected, reduced sensation to temperatures, numbness, or skin that becomes reddened or looks bruised, please make an appointment to see us.

  • Flat Feet

    Don’t live with foot pain and swelling for another day.

    Do your feet get tired easily? Do you have pain in the arch of your foot or lower leg?

    Do the insides of the soles of your feet swell? Is it hard for you to stand up on your toes?

    If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you might have flat feet, also commonly called fallen arches.

    Left untreated, flat feet can often lead to arthritis and painful walking as you get older.

    Here’s a simple test to see if you have flat feet: get the soles of your feet wet, and step onto dry concrete. If you see a complete imprint of your foot, you might have flat feet.

    Although many people with this condition have no pain or problems, others experience foot pain and swelling, and even leg and back pain. If you’re experiencing pain, aching, swelling, or weakness in your feet or lower legs, the specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center might be able to help.

    Our podiatrists are experts in treating flat feet, and they can help you get back on your feet with

    • Custom orthotics
    • Corrective surgery
    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We can treat the underlying cause of flat feet, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center

    Learn about how we might be able to help you live without pain or discomfort caused by flat feet.

  • Foot, Toe and Ankle Fractures

    If you think you have a fractured foot or ankle, it’s time to see an expert!

    Did you recently fall or jump down from something, and feel something pop in your foot or ankle? Did you drop something on your foot? Has there been a sudden increase in your exercise levels followed by pain in your foot, ankle or calf area? You might have a foot or a toe fracture.

    Usually, the pain of a broken bone in your foot will hurt enough to prevent you from putting any weight on it. But not always! If you have a crooked toe that’s bruised and sore, and just isn’t getting better, it might be broken. Also, if you’ve recently started working out and have been putting a lot of pressure on your feet, you could have stress fractures, which are tiny cracks in the bone surface.

    The trained specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center can help you determine if a bone is broken. Treatment consists of:

    • Casting or splinting the bone
    • Surgery may be necessary.

    Don’t live another day with foot pain, bruising, or swelling caused by a fracture. Our doctors are ready to help you get back on your feet!

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center
  • Hammertoes

    Do you have a toe that curls downward instead of pointing forward?

    If so, you might have a hammertoe.

    The most common cause of a hammertoe is a muscle or tendon imbalance that leads the toe to pull backward into an arched position over time. Hammertoes can also be caused by shoes that don’t fit properly or a previous injury. Hammertoes can also be genetic.

    Many people with hammertoes have no problems, but if you’re experiencing pain, corns and calluses, open sores, or inflammation, it’s time to have a podiatrist take a look.

    The doctors at Anderson Podiatry Center are experts in diagnosing and treating hammertoes. Our varied and affordable treatment options for hammertoes include:

    If hammertoes are causing you pain or affecting your daily life, it’s time to get back on your feet. Our doctors are experts in treating this condition.

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center
  • Heel Pain

    Don’t let heel pain slow you down.

    Do you have pain in your heel that’s worse when you first get out of bed in the morning? Has your heel pain been increasing over a period of months? Does it feel like a pin is sticking into the bottom of your foot?

    You could have plantar fasciitis or heel spurs.

    The specialists at Anderson Podiatry are experts in giving you relief from chronic heel pain. In fact, we were the first podiatry center in Colorado to treat plantar fasciitis using a combination of the groundbreaking new Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy and low-intensity shockwave, which work together to reduce heel pain with minimal downtime.

    Our varied and affordable treatment options for plantar fasciitis include:

    Don’t live another day with heel pain. Our doctors are ready to help you get back on your feet!

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying cause of heel pain, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center

    Find out how we can help reduce or get rid of your heel pain.

    Get Our Free Heel Pain Book!

  • Ingrown Toenails

    Get rid of painful ingrown toenails once and for all.

    If you’ve ever had an ingrown toenail, you know how painful it can be when the nail digs into the skin. And ingrown toenails don’t just hurt—they’re also prone to infection.

    There’s no reason to be embarrassed! Ingrown toenails can happen to anyone. There are many causes of ingrown toenails: improper toenail trimming, pressure from shoes that are too tight, genetics, poor foot structure, fungal infection, and injury can all lead to an ingrown toenail.

    The highly trained specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center are experts at alleviating ingrown toenails, and they can help you get rid of them permanently by removing the edge or edge that’s digging into the skin.

    Our podiatrists can get you back on your feet—and back in your favorite pair of shoes—in no time.

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center

    Learn about how we can help you get rid of ingrown toenails for good.

  • Nail Trimming

    Nail Trimming Services

    If you are elderly, infirmed or suffer from restricted movement, a nail cutting service can be a very important aspect of your healthcare.

    Nails can become very long and can break leaving sharp edges that can penetrate the skin and lead to pain and infection. Thick nails, left untreated often worsen and cause pain. Those more susceptible to infection such as the elderly and diabetics are particularly at risk.

    These problems can be avoided with regular nail trimming and reduction in the thickness of the nail. If you cannot or should not do this yourself, then this service is ideal for the health and safety of you and your feet.

    Many times nail fungus can add to a person’s toenail issues, causing thick, brittle and sometimes even painful nails. At Anderson Podiatry Center we also offer highly effective laser and topical treatments that can stop the cause of these nail problems altogether, and return your nails to a clear, healthy condition.

    Find out more HERE

  • Neuroma

    Don’t let your neuroma get worse—learn about your treatment options today.

    Do you have tingling, burning, numbness, or nerve pain in your foot? Does it feel like something’s inside the ball of your foot, kind of like your sock is bunched up? You might have a neuroma.

    Typically occurring between the third and fourth toes, a neuroma is a thickening or enlargement of the nerve, usually caused by compression or nerve damage. Neuromas can happen to anyone, and are sometimes caused by shoes with tapered toe boxes (like high heels) and sports that require repetitive pounding on the ball of the foot, such as basketball.

    The specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center know what it’s like to live with a neuroma: that’s why we were the first doctors in the Rocky Mountain region to offer a groundbreaking nerve decompression treatment that can offer long-lasting relief. Our podiatrists use the latest technology to reveal the exact stage of the neuroma and determine the most appropriate actions to take.

    Our varied and affordable treatment options for neuropathy include:

    Don’t Wait! Conservative measures are less likely to be effective if not treated promptly.

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying cause of the neuroma, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center

    Don’t wait! Your neuroma can progress into serious nerve damage if left untreated.

  • Neuropathy

    Are you tired of taking medications that have unwanted side effects and aren’t effective?

    Do you want to sleep better and walk better, without the fear of falling?

    Are you feeling hopeless? That you’ll have to live with your debilitating condition?

    There is real hope.

    If you have muscle weakness, twitching, tingling, loss of balance, numbness, burning, prickling sensations, and/or nerve pain in your legs or feet, you might be experiencing neuropathy, or nerve damage.

    Neuropathy can have many causes, including diabetes, injury, infections, and certain cancers. It can be progressive, which means it can worsen over time.

    The highly trained specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center know what it’s like to live with neuropathy: that’s why we were the first doctors in the Rocky Mountain region to offer a groundbreaking nerve decompression treatment that offers long-lasting relief. Our world-renowned podiatrists use the latest technology to reveal the exact stage of the neuropathy and determine the most appropriate actions to take.

    Our varied and affordable treatment options for neuropathy include:

    Anderson Podiatry Center’s neuropathy specialists can help you reduce your medications, improve your balance, strength, and sensation, get more restful sleep, reduce your risk of falling, and decrease your pain.

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying cause of neuropathy, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center

    Don’t live with your neuropathy—our podiatrists are world-renowned researchers on this condition. Relief might be right around the corner.

  • Pediatric Foot Care

    Don’t assume your child will just “grow out” of foot problems.

    For a parent, watching a child struggle with pain or difficulty walking can be scary and confusing. Parents are often told that the child “will grow out of it,” but aren’t really given a timeframe or any direction on how to help along the process. While it is true that some pediatric foot issues resolve with time, it is more often the case that preventative and supportive treatments started early will give the child the best chance of healthy and normal development.

    Pediatric foot and ankle issues can be separated into two basic categories depending on the onset of the problem. There are issues that the child is born with and issues that can develop over time. Routine screenings done by pediatricians soon after birth catch the majority of the issues present at birth. Problems that develop more slowly can be more difficult to catch, and are often first noticed by the parents when the child begins walking.

    The highly-trained podiatrists at Anderson Podiatry Center can identify problems affecting your child’s hips, knees, ankles, and feet. We check for any limited or excessive motion, pain, weakness, or misalignment and determine severity and a course of treatment by involving you and your child in the diagnostic process.

    We can treat most childhood foot and ankle issues with exercise or therapy to strengthen weak muscles, loosen tight joints, or correct imbalances.

    For those issues that do not respond to exercise and therapy alone, we typically recommend:

    • Orthotics/Braces
    • Limiting types of shoes
    • In very few cases: surgery

    We are able to fit your child for most orthotics devices in our office and monitor their development as they grow and progress.

    Don’t wait another day hoping your child’s issue will resolve on its own.

    • We involve the entire family as well as your child in the diagnostic process to ease fears and reduce anxiety
    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying cause of issues, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted

    Contact us today.

  • Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

    Find relief from Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS).

    All you want after a long day is to crawl into bed and drift off to a sound, peaceful sleep. 

But just when you start to get comfortable, you feel an overwhelming urge to move your legs. That dreaded tingling, itching, aching, jerking, or “creepy-crawly” sensation starts to take hold, keeping you awake and uncomfortable throughout the night.

    Here at Anderson Podiatry Center, our highly trained specialists in restless leg syndrome take you seriously. We know what it’s like to live with this frustrating condition: that’s why we were the first doctors in the Rocky Mountain region to offer a groundbreaking nerve decompression treatment that offers long-lasting relief.

    Our surgical and non-surgical treatment options for Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) include:

    Benefits of nerve decompression surgery for RLS:

    • Treatment only takes 30 to 40 minutes
    • Offers long-lasting relief
    • Treats the underlying cause of restless legs syndrome, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center

    Find out how our restless leg treatment can help you regain control over your nights, reduce or eliminate your medications, and get more restful, peaceful sleep.

  • Shin Splints

    Don’t let shin splints stop you from doing what you love.

    Do the fronts of your lower legs throb, ache, or burn after being physically active? You might be experiencing shin splints.

    Shin splints commonly strike runners who recently increased the length or intensity of their runs, or other athletes and dancers who are very physically active. They can be caused by a number of things, including overexertion, flat feet, stress fractures in the lower leg bones, or weakness in the hip or core muscles.

    If you’re experiencing chronic shin splints that keep coming back—even after rest, icing, and proper warm-up before exercise—the specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center can help. Our podiatrists can determine why you’re getting shin splints, and help you fix the problems so you can get back to your active lifestyle in no time.

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying cause of shin splints, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center

    Get ready to say goodbye to shin splints.

  • Tendonitis/Tendon Tears

    Don’t let persistent tendonitis progress—come in to learn about treatment options today.

    Are you experiencing pain on the inside of your foot and ankle? Does walking hurt? Are you having trouble standing up on your toes? You might have posterior tibial tendonitis, which is an inflammation of the tendon that runs from the inner ankle to the shinbone.

    Tendonitis is usually the result of a sports injury, or overexertion of the legs, ankles, and feet. It can also be caused by overloading the muscle, such as lifting too much weight when the body isn’t ready for it. While most of the time tendonitis goes away on its own, sometimes it can become a persistent problem.

    Our varied and affordable treatment options for tendonitis include:

    The specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center can help get you back on your feet.

    • Long-lasting relief is our goal
    • We treat the underlying cause of tendonitis, not just the symptoms
    • Most insurance plans accepted
    • Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center

    Don’t wait! Persistent tendonitis can cause permanent damage if left untreated.

  • Toenail & Fingernail Fungus

    Are your toenails or fingernails thick, yellowed and/or brittle? You might have toenail or fingernail fungus. You’re not alone—it’s estimated that up to 20% of Americans are living with this stubborn, unsightly condition. Up until now, however, treatment options were limited to prescription and topical medications, which often provided lackluster results.

    Toenail or fingernail fungus is usually transmitted in public showers or pools, or through the use of unsterilized spa equipment or nail clippers. It’s easy to get, and some people are more resistant to it than others is common in wet warm, damp places like public pools and showers, closed shoes, and nail salons that reuse or use unsterilized instruments and supplies.

    There’s good news: the specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center have a secret weapon against toenail and fingernail fungus: a painless, specially designed laser that can get rid of the infection for good, and restore nails back to their clear, healthy form. The Nuvolase PinPointe FootLaser™ is:

    • Safe and proven
    • FDA-approved
    • Effective in destroying the pathogens at their source
    • Painless and quick
    • Specifically designed to treat onychomycosis (nail fungus)

    Anderson Medical Center’s LaserNailCenters.org provides this FDA-approved laser therapy for both toenail and fingernail fungus. This laser therapy is specially designed to work specifically on nail fungus unlike some other multi-use lasers, and is very effective in treating this stubborn, embarrassing condition. CLICK HERE to find out more.

    Don’t live another day with embarrassing, unsightly toenail or fingernail fungus.

  • What Does a Podiatrist Do?

    What Does a Podiatrist Do?

    A podiatrist, also called a doctor of podiatric medicine, is a specialist who provides medical and surgical diagnosis and treatment of foot, ankle, and lower extremity problems below the knee.

    See above for a list of the most common conditions.

    Training

    In addition to earning an undergraduate degree, podiatrists also attend graduate school for a doctorate degree in podiatry (DPM), followed by a two- to four-year medical and/or surgical residency.

    Podiatrists are required to take state and national exams, as well as be licensed by the state in which they practice. The podiatrists at Anderson Podiatry Center also have additional board certification in podiatric surgery, which requires surgical cases and extensive examination.

    Who Goes to Podiatrists?

    Podiatrists are in demand more than ever today because of a rapidly aging population.

    Also, according to the American Podiatric Medical Association, foot disorders are among the most widespread and neglected health problems affecting people in this country.

    What Sets Anderson Podiatry Center Apart?

    At Anderson Podiatry Center, we are dedicated to excellence in providing podiatric services, compassion, hope, innovation, and creativity in all that we do.

    Our doctors continually train to enhance their knowledge and gain expertise on new developments and innovative treatment solutions. Dr. Anderson is a leading researcher in the field, and is currently directing studies on restless leg and neuropathy treatment, fall prevention, and more. He has published a #1 bestseller on groundbreaking new treatments for Restless Legs Syndrome called A Perfect Night’s Sleep, available on Amazon

    We are among the leaders in the field of podiatry, neuropathy, and all that involves the foundation of the human body: our feet.


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We look forward to seeing how we can help you thrive.