Complete Family Foot Care podiatrists and the staff have been monitoring the situation regarding the novel Coronavirus. First, we want to reassure all present and future patients that our office is stocked with soap, sanitizers, and disinfectants to maintain a sanitary environment. Secondly, we are still seeing patients but we have implemented the following protocols in order to continue to provide services for our patients as well as maintain a safe office space:
CFFC podiatrists and all of us at staff understand this is a difficult period. At this time we are doing all we can to abide by recommended guidelines, maintain a sanitary facility, and still provide excellent care to all our patients. The protocols may change depending on the situation but you are always welcome to call the McAllen office at 956-971-9107/ Harlingen office 956-428-2442 for more information. Please remember to practice good hygiene and get your information from reliable sources.
Wishing You Well,
Complete Family Foot Care and Staff
To provide the highest quality of foot and ankle care in a comforting, passionate, and understanding environment.
We are specialists in the care of all foot and ankle conditions. Our patients include infants, children, teenagers, adults, and the geriatric population. We have a special interest in the care of the diabetic foot and its complications.
Our board certified podiatric surgeon's are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality foot and ankle treatments. Our growth in this community is a result of caring and personal treatment given to our patients.
We hope you will find this website to be a useful and an interesting resource for all of your concerns. If you would like more information about any of the procedures that we offer, or to schedule an appointment, please call our office at (956) 971-9107.
A bunion (also referred to as hallux valgus or hallux abducto valgus) is often described as a bump on the side of the big toe. However, a bunion is more than that. The visible bump actually reflects changes in the bony framework of the front part of the foot.
Heel pain is most often caused by plantar fasciitis, a condition that is sometimes also called heel spur syndrome when a spur is present. Heel pain may also be due to other causes, such as a stress fracture, tendonitis, arthritis, nerve irritation, or, rarely, a cyst.
Ingrown toenails are due to the penetration of the edges of the nail plate into the soft tissue of the toe. It begins with a painful irritation that often becomes infected.
Corns and calluses are areas of thick skin that result from excessive pressure or friction over a boney prominence. When these areas develop on the bottom of the foot they are called calluses.
Hammertoe is a contracture (bending) of one or both joints of the second, third, fourth, or fifth (little) toes. This abnormal bending can put pressure on the toe when wearing shoes, causing problems to develop.
A neuroma is a thickening of nerve tissue that may develop in various parts of the body. The most common neuroma in the foot is a Morton's neuroma, which occurs between the third and fourth toes. It is sometimes referred to as an intermetatarsal neuroma.
A prescription foot orthosis is an in-shoe brace which is designed to correct for abnormal foot and lower extremity function (the lower extremity includes the foot, ankle, leg, knee, thigh and hip).
The common wart is known as verruca vulgaris. They are caused by a viral infection of the skin. This occurs as a result of direct contact with the virus. They do not spread through the blood stream. They occur more commonly in children than adults.
To provide the highest quality of foot and ankle care in a comforting, passionate and understanding environment.