Treatment Options for Military Foot Care
If you have any of these foot problems, it’s important to come to see Dr. DePalma right away. Early diagnosis and treatment can help prevent the problem from getting worse and keep you active and pain-free.
Mobility in the field is critical to the success of any operation, and when your feet are in pain you can’t be at your best. Our goal is to relieve your discomfort and help you prevent further injuries so that you can keep operating at maximum efficiency.
Here are some options that Dr. DePalma might recommend for treating your foot pain.
Custom orthotics are special shoe inserts that are made to support your specific foot problem. They can be very effective in treating heel pain, plantar fasciitis, ankle sprain, and Achilles tendonitis. Custom orthotics can also help prevent these problems from coming back.
MLS Laser Therapy
MLS Laser therapy does wonders for soft tissue injuries and pain. It uses specific wavelengths of light energy to trigger the body’s natural healing response to a certain area. The body responds by reducing inflammation, increasing blood flow, and raising metabolic activity. The result is a faster recovery, all without pain, medications, or the need for post-procedure care!
Always Ready for Duty
If you are in the military and have a foot or ankle problem, don’t wait to get it treated. Contact us at Burlington County Foot and Ankle Associates today. We will work with you to find the best treatment for your specific problem.
At Burlington County Foot and Ankle Associates, we pride ourselves on doing whatever it takes to serve our patients—because we know you do the same for us.
Off-hours calls are forwarded directly to Dr. DePalma, and on multiple occasions, he’s been able to provide immediate, emergency assistance to a patient when asked. He even once met a soldier at the office on New Year’s Eve, well after hours, to fix a bad ingrown toenail infection.
That’s the kind of service you just can’t get from a large group and the kind we’re happy to provide to all our patients—military and civilian alike.
We’ll get you in as quickly as possible, get you the treatment you need, and get you back into the field—that’s a promise!