Take the Next Step to Better Foot Health With Your Maryville Podiatrists!
At The Foot Health Center, our passion is in helping you pursue yours. Healthy feet are the foundation for an enriched and active lifestyle, so when your feet face a problem, we do all we can to help.
Since our opening in 1986, our talented surgeons, Dr. Louis Aquino, DPM and Dr. David Kinscherff, DPM, have worked with their highly-trained staff to provide exceptional care to their patients. Our practice serves residents in Maryville, Edwardsville, Collinsville, Granite City, and the surrounding communities.
Foot and ankle pain is not inevitable. You can have better, healthier feet – make an appointment with our office today!
Foot, Ankle, and Lower Leg Treatments We Provide
Our team provides comprehensive exams using top-of-the-line equipment to help us understand your situation and provide the tailored treatment that meets your needs. Our services range from the small-but-impactful, like custom orthotics and treatment for sprains, to high-end surgery.
Some of our treatments and procedures include, but are not limited to:
- Exams & x-rays
- Custom orthotics
- Arthritis treatment
- Laser treatment for fungal nail infections
- Foot and ankle surgery
- Toenail trims for diabetics
Advanced Technology for Optimal Treatment
Our team knows that the right tools are just as important as the right training. Our office uses the latest proven technology to deliver care that is more effective and convenient for you. From x-rays to ultrasound, we provide thorough exams to ensure we arrive at an accurate diagnosis quickly, making it easier for you to get the treatment you need.
Our team is proud to offer laser treatment for fungal toenail infections. This revolutionary treatment targets and eliminates infection without harming the surrounding tissues, a positive sign for patients struggling with such infections.
We also offer custom orthotics created right in our office. We can take accurate measurements of your feet to determine how pressure is distributed in your footfall, then create orthotics to help provide you with better balance, strength, and notably less foot pain.
Ready to Help You Walk Without Pain
At The Foot Health Center, we know how big an impact pain can be on your life. Our friendly and compassionate team is here to help you find relief from your pain. Our warm and inviting office helps you feel relaxed, and our staff will answer any of your questions to help you feel confident in your care.
Don’t needlessly put up with foot or ankle pain a moment longer. Contact our office and schedule your comprehensive exam today.
Please also take some time to review the information on this website. To better serve you, we have provided extensive reading on:
- Selecting the right shoes and orthotics for your needs.
- The podiatric services we offer.
- Various foot care topics.
- Various foot diseases, deformities, and injuries.
Your podiatric health is our top priority. Please contact us if you have any
questions, need additional information, or
want to schedule an appointment.
The Foot Health Center
122 E. Zupan St
Maryville, IL 62062
Phone: (618) 344-4449
Monday 9:00AM -5:00PM
Tuesday 9:00AM -5:00PM
Wednesday 9:00AM -5:00PM
Thursday 9:00AM -5:00PM
Friday 9:00AM -3:00PM
Creating comfort one step at a time.
Foot and lower-leg pain and discomfort from injuries and various conditions can keep you from enjoying everyday activities and simple tasks like walking. Injuries and other issues may not only cause pain, but can also hinder the proper functioning of your feet or lower legs. Physical therapy (PT) may be helpful in relieving pain and restoring function to your feet and lower legs. Your doctor can determine if PT will be helpful for correcting your specific medical issues. Need for physical therapy Injuries, diseases like...
Foot and lower-leg pain, discomfort, and deformities may develop over time. Foot pain and lower-leg pain is usually not something you should ignore. Often, a skilled podiatrist will be able to determine the issue causing the pain or discomfort and recommend an effective method of treatment. The following is a (non-exhaustive) list of surgical procedures and non-surgical therapies used to treat foot and lower-leg pain. General Surgery Information. Achilles Surgery. Ankle Surgery. Arthritis...
Pain in your feet and lower legs can keep you from enjoying daily activities that you might take for granted like walking or even sleeping comfortably. There are numerous possible causes for this type of pain, but in most cases, your doctor can assist you with reducing the pain. Depending on your specific needs, there are different methods of pain management, including: Physical Therapy. Prescription Medication. Splints, Wraps, and Supports. If you are suffering from pain or discomfort in your...
When you are suffering from pain or discomfort in your feet, ankles, or lower legs, you need to visit your doctor to determine the source of the pain. With a series of tests and examinations available, your doctor can better diagnose your condition and prescribe the best method of treatment. Depending on your specific symptoms, your doctor may use one or more of the following diagnostic tools to identify your condition: CAT (or CT) Scan. Disease Screenings. Magnetic Resonance...
Depending on your foot structure and the support from your footwear, your stance and walk may be creating problems not only for your feet, but also for your legs, hips, and back. Proper posture and an even gait can keep you aligned and reduce stress and pressure on your feet, legs, and back. Importance of proper shoe fit Wearing a properly fit shoe with orthotic inserts will give you the support designed specifically for your foot structure. This customized footwear will produce better alignment of your spine and will help to reduce pain and...
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Frequently Asked Questions
The treatment of athlete's foot will depend on the severity of your case. If you have a minor case of athlete's foot, you can typically treat it at home with over-the-counter antifungal medication. If you have a more serious outbreak of athlete's foot, your doctor may prescribe a prescription in the... ...Read More
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