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  • Did I Break My Foot?
    Whether you took a bad tumble or your child had a rough collision while playing sports, it’s important that you do not just recognize the signs of a broken foot Read more
  • What To Do About Blisters
    Everything from wearing shoes that are a little too loose to increasing the number of miles you run can leave you dealing with painful blisters on your feet. Blisters can Read more
  • Ways To Prevent Athlete's Foot And How We Can Help
    Here are some helpful tips to keep athlete’s foot from happening to you. Athlete’s foot is a rather common fungal infection, causing a burning, itching, and uncomforting rash on the foot. Read more
  • How Rheumatoid Arthritis Affects the Feet
    Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the most common types of arthritis, and it is characterized by joint pain, inflammation, and damage. RA, like other kinds of arthritis, is progressive, which Read more
  • What To Do for a High Foot Arch
    Here’s what you can do to prevent foot pain caused by high arches. If you have high arches, you may notice them but not experience any problems; however, those with high Read more
  • Bad Circulation and Your Feet
    Are you dealing with numbness, tingling, or muscle cramps in your feet? If so, you could be dealing with poor circulation. Your feet must be getting proper blood flow, as Read more
  • Symptoms of Sesamoiditis
    A sesamoid is a bone that connects to a tendon or muscle instead of another bone. The most common sesamoids are the patella (kneecap) and two bones found under the Read more
  • Taking Care Of Feet As You Get Older
    Wrinkles and back pain aren’t the only issues you may deal with as you get older. You may also notice changes in your feet that can leave you prone to Read more
  • Relief for Painful Bunions
    If you have a bunion on one or both feet, you know how painful it can be. At Nationwide Foot & Ankle Care in Livonia, MI, we understand our patients' Read more
  • Taking Care of Your Feet in the Colder Months
    The cold winter weather can be brutal on our skin, particularly our feet. If you find yourself dealing with dry, cracked, and painful feet every year, it’s important to understand Read more
  • Common Foot and Ankle Injuries And How a Podiatrist Can Help
    Foot and ankle injuries are fairly common and can happen to anyone, not just athletes. While minor strains and sprains can be nursed back to health by simply resting and Read more
  • How Do Orthotics Work?
    A healthy body starts with healthy, happy feet. After all, your feet have to do a lot of heavy lifting, providing your body with a sturdy foundation and support to Read more
  • Reasons for Foot and Ankle Swelling
    There are many reasons why someone may be dealing with swollen ankles or feet. The most common reason is an injury such as a sprained ankle; however, not all causes Read more
  • What To Do About Your Hammertoe
    While tight, cramped shoes and those towering high heels may not immediately show you the damage that’s being done to your feet, over time you will certainly notice changes in Read more
  • Treating Your Bunions
    If you’re dealing with a bunion then you know that this pain is no joke. If you’re dealing with a throbbing, aching pain at the base of your big toe Read more
  • Improving Ankle Instability
    Do you frequently feel unsteady on your feet, whether while walking, running, or simply standing? Have you suffered from ankle sprains? If your ability to engage in physical activities is Read more

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Livonia Podiatry Office

Monday:

8:30 am - 6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Thursday, Sunday:

Closed

Friday:

7:30 am - 3:00 pm

Saturday:

(Once a month / Call for an Appointment)

Royal Oak Podiatry Office

Monday, Wednesday, Friday - Sunday:

Closed

Tuesday:

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Saginaw Bay Podiatry Office

Monday:

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday:

Closed

Thursday:

8:00 am - 12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed Every Other day