Beaver Valley Foot Clinic
FOOT CARE AND TREATMENT
Foot Care And Treatment Gallery – Serving the Greater Pittsburgh Area
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Foot Care and Treatment Galleries
Surgical foot care, podiatrist in surgery, foot surgery, surgery of foot:
DISCLAIMER: Everyones’ results are different, even when treating similar problems in the same manner. This is based on each patients family and medical history and personal and genetic factors as well as the extent of their disease/deformity. Also patient compliance and activities after treatment affect outcome. So no expectations based on others results or outcomes and general percentages should be used to make your treatment decisions.
If bunions are mild, they can often be treated by wearing wider shoes or by placing padding in your shoe. However, if the problem is severe, or if you are diabetic, you can schedule a simple, one-hour outpatient procedure that can have you back into your shoes within three to six weeks. You’ll be able to walk immediately, but will have to wear a special shoe for several weeks.
If you think that you’re suffering from bunions, call Beaver Valley Foot Clinic today. Don’t walk around in pain—while painful, bunions can be treated through simple surgery, and you’ll be up and walking within days ! Learn More →
At Beaver Valley Foot Clinic we offer Laser wart removal which is a kid friendlyalternative to painful scarier options. Laser treatment for warts is well tolerated by even very small children (and big babies!). Combined with special acid to treat warts, the treatment time is cut down considerable. Learn More →
This is a picture of an 11 yo boy who had a wart removed from his baby toe. The left hand picture shows one week after surgery, may look like the wart is still there but that is just the healing process. The picture on the right is his toe a month later; you can’t tell he ever had a wart. Learn More →
If you get recurring ingrown or infected toenails, the local Pittsburgh Podiatrists at Beaver Valley Foot Clinic have a simple 5 minute office procedure to permanently kill ingrown toenails at the root of the problem! With locations including foot clinics Moon Township, Cranberry, Ambridge and Beaver foot doctors offices, we can conveniently offer same day appointments to get you out of pain quickly and easily. Learn More →
The picture on the top left is an 11 yo boy who had an infected ingrown toenail border removed and the root permanently treated with medication to make it never grow back a week previously. the top right photo is 5 months later, completely healed with no return of the ingrown. Learn More →
With our help, calluses and corns can be monitored and controlled. There are certain medications that remove the dead skin that make up most corns and calluses. However, you should never try to cut or shave them off yourself—corns and calluses can become badly infected. Learn More →
Diabetic ulcers are sores that occur when pressure cuts off the blood supply to the skin. The stress that is produces by the body’s own weight, as well as the impact your feet repeatedly striking the ground to day-to-day activities place the ball of the foot, the big toe, and the heel at greater risk. If left untreated, an ulcer may allow infection to enter your body, which can put your limbs or even your life at risk. Fortunately, with the help of Beaver Valley Foot Clinic’s doctors, pressure ulcers can be controlled and even prevented. Learn More →
Knee Injury Construction Before and After
If a painful or infected foot or lower leg wound is bothering you, do not wait any longer to contact the Beaver Valley Foot Clinic. Our caring and experienced experts can help with your wound care. From wound dressings to pain relief, Dr. Teimouri DPM and the staff of the Beaver Valley Foot Clinic are here for you and your feet!
Below Shows a severe skin wound from slipping off a crane on a contruction site and scraping the skin off. Initial presentation is at te bottom and over the next 8 weeks, even though patient was diabetic and in poor health with severe chronic leg edema, he went on to full healing under our care. Learn More →