Foot and Ankle Specialist

(540) 208-3029

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday, Closed

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Foot and Ankle Pain in Harrisonburg, VA

Come to foot and ankle specialist Thomas Thang Tran, DPM, PC for effective foot and ankle pain in Harrisonburg, VA. Our office offers treatment of sports injuries, plantar fasciitis, and excellent care for foot and ankle conditions of all kinds.

Ingrown Toenail

Ingrown Toenails

Hammer Toe

Hammer Toe

Fungal Toenails

Fungal Toenails

Podiatry

The field of podiatry covers a wide range of conditions related to the foot and ankle. Conditions we treat include:

  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Flat Feet
  • Fungal Toenails
  • Bone Spurs
  • Fractures
  • Sprains
  • Toe Fractures
  • Heel Pain
  • Bunions
  • Sports Injuries
  • Calluses
  • Neuromas
  • Warts
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Foot & Ankle Pain
  • Hammer Toes
  • Arch Pain
  • Diabetic Foot Care
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Minor Fractures
  • Bone Spurs

Bio-Mechanic Evaluations

Have a professional evaluate the way you walk. Based on your walk and where you place pressure most, we can determine where your pain derives from and treat your condition from there.

Foot and Ankle Pain Harrisonburg, VA

Our feet and ankles, which bear the weight of our whole body, allow us to move freely in any direction. Yet, they are often the least pampered part of your body. You may spoil yourself and get a pedicure once in a while, but then you forget about your lovely looking feet once again.

We never give our feet a second thought until they start to hurt, and then you want relief, and you want it as soon as possible. It’s hard to believe the inconvenience sore feet cause until it happens.

Finding the Correct Treatment for Your Foot Pain

There are many possible causes of foot or ankle pain, all based on specific factors. It is important to fill out a checklist first for your foot and ankle pain so we can narrow down possible symptoms and come up with a proper diagnosis for you. Work with us, and we’ll help determine where the pain is located, what triggers or makes pain worse, and what accompanies the pain, such as redness or swelling.

At Foot and Ankle Specialist, our expert medical professionals specialize in treating foot and ankle pain and have years of experience evaluating the movement of feet and ankles. We know these amazingly complex structures inside and out, and understand the massive amount of force placed on them with every step. Allow us to analyze your walking and running patterns to determine the precise cause of your pain, and we’ll create a treatment plan so you can find relief.

Finding the Right Bunion Correction for Your Foot

Bunions are very painful, inconvenient, and all around no fun at all. Have you ever gone into a store and found the perfect pair of shoes only to discover when you try them on it hits your bunion in such a way that the pain immediately shoots up your foot? The great news is that we can help. At Foot and Ankle Specialist, we have many bunion correctors that can ease your pain naturally without having surgery.

Bunions affect the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint at the base of the big toe, which creates tension in your foot's ligaments. Typically, they protrude out the side of your foot, although there are some that are located at the top of your foot. Rely on us, and we’ll find the right bunion corrector to help relieve any pressure or pain you may be feeling.

Hammer Toe Correction

Have you ever looked at your toes and noticed that one seems to be mysteriously growing in an odd direction? If the joint on one of your toes seems to point upward rather then laying flat, you may have a hammertoe. The hammer toe condition happens when your toe muscles become weak which puts undue pressure on the toe’s tendons and joints forcing your toe to become misshapen and stick up.

Improper footwear, genetics, or a medical condition can all make you a prime candidate for developing this condition. Work with our specialists, and we’ll prescribe exercises for hammer toe correction to strengthen the muscles that control them.

Extending, curling, splaying, and moving your toes individually may help prevent the digital contracture that causes hammertoe. As well as, sensible shoes that are wider, deeper, and have a supportive arch are a must.

Contact us today at Foot and Ankle Specialist for more information on any foot or ankle pain you may be experiencing. We proudly serve Harrisonburg, VA, and the surrounding areas.