Your feet may not look like much from the outside, but inside each foot, there are 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than 100 muscles, ligaments, and tendons that work together to support weight bearing, balance, and movement. The feet and ankles are complex biomechanical structures, and injuring their components can lead to pain, discomfort, and limited movement, which can significantly affect quality of life.
Don’t let a painful or unsightly podiatric injury, disorder, or deformity hold you back.
At Annapolis Foot & Ankle Center, our board-certified podiatric surgeons use their extensive knowledge, training, and skill to help Central Maryland patients get back on their feet.
In addition to providing complete care for all ages, including advanced treatments, expert wound care, and limb salvage services, we offer a newsletter to help patients learn how to prevent future injuries and better care for their feet.
Our newsletter delivers essential information on conditions affecting the lower extremities and how we can assist you in returning to your favorite activities. Get the facts on:
- The most common—and rare—foot and ankle concerns we treat
- Traditional and emerging podiatric therapies
- What you can do to keep your feet looking and feeling their best
- When to see a podiatrist for professional care
- Benefits of partnering with us for optimal foot and ankle health
- And much, much more
We pride ourselves on providing care—and patient education—that makes a difference. When you’re struggling with a painful or unsightly podiatry problem, our newsletter is here to empower and inspire you to take the vital first steps toward happier, healthier feet.
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