Beaver Valley Foot Clinic
FOOT AND ANKLE
Foot and Ankle Surgery – Serving the Greater Pittsburgh Area
Find out more about our specialties, products, treatment options and more in our Glossary.
Sometimes conservative treatment just won’t solve your foot problem. Surgery can be your best option. You want to make sure that your Pittsburgh Podiatry surgeon is board certified and has performed the surgery you need many times. All of the surgeons at Beaver Valley Foot Clinic are board certified and highly trained to treat all of your foot problems.
You don’t have to battle the Pittsburgh traffic to find the most highly skilled foot and ankle surgeons available for Podiatry in Pittsburgh.
Only a surgically trained podiatrist does enough foot surgeries on a regular basis to maintain foot specific skills. Since we are specialist and only care for the foot and ankle, you are receiving care from the most highly trained skilled doctor available for you problem.
We take continuing education credits each year to bring you the most up to date surgical techniques available.
Dr. Teimouri DPM has two goals with regard to your successful treatment. The first is to put an end to your foot pain now and for good. The second is to do everything possible to relieve your fears about treatment. Unlike a lot of the “quick fix” types of medical care today,She takes the time necessary to really know you, as a patient, as a person, and as a partner in your recovery. That’s why you’ll always get one-on-one care from her personally. She will always listen attentively to your concerns, your ideas, and your fears. She’ll put you at ease with a complete explanation of your diagnosis, then discuss how it should be treated in easy to understand terms.
If you have been putting off that procedure for years, come on in and talk to Dr Teimouri DPM and see if this is right for you. She will be happy to answer all of your questions about the procedure, time off work, what to expect and more…. And if it’s not right for you,that’s ok, then at least you know. If it is, she can help you. Here is just a few of the common problems this Board Certified surgeon sees every day.
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Bunions are an enlargement of the tissue and bone around the joint on the side of the foot. Bunions are often caused by genetics, but can also occur from tight shoes or injury. Symptoms include redness, inflammation, swelling and discomfort.
Tailor’s Bunion or Bunionette
A bone that sticks out, like a swelling or a lump on the outside of the foot, behind the fifth (pinky) toe, the “small bunion” or bunionette is caused by a variety of conditions including trauma, heredity or faulty biomechanics (the way someone walks), to name a few.
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Symptoms of Hammertoes – curled or bent toes- include calluses, blisters, ulcerations, corns, redness and pain. Correction is simple, and performed right in the office surgical suite, no hospital at all. You will have a few stitches and elevate your foot for a few
days. Most people who fix their hammertoes say if they would have known how simple it was they would’ve done it years ago!
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A Neuroma is irritation of the nerve sheath, found between the 3rd and 4th toes. A Neuroma can be irritated by high-heels, trauma, arthritis or an abnormal bone structure.
“a rolled up sock feeling” in the ball of the foot, tingling or burning sensations around the ball of the foot. You can get relief from taking your shoes off, stopping running/walking and rubbing the area. It can feel like having a rock in your shoe. Prior to surgery, cortisone injections often help to shrink the nerve making it less irritated. Then arch supports can help keep the bones from moving abnormally and not irritating the Mortons Neuroma. We are the only Podiatrist in Pittsburgh offering Cryosurgery. Cryosurgery can help your body reabsorb the inflamed nerve sheath -giving you a “do over” and the body regrows a new nerve sheath without the existing scar tissue and with less pain sensors. This works 50-70% of the time and is worth trying before neuroma surgery, as this may have many complications
NEW Radiosurgery and Lasers in Podiatry – Keeping One Step Ahead !
Beaver Valley Foot Clinic- Bringing the latest technology to help our patients achieve the best results with less discomfort,
Radiosurgery is the newest, most effective way to remove unwanted tissue. It easily treats ingrown nails. If you’ve suffered with digging out ingrown nails, or repeated doctor visits, there is now a quick, rapidly healing and safer way to remove them in our office.
A wave of electrons at radiofrequency (bands between AM and FM) is used to remove the abnormal corner of the nail. The electrode remains ‘cold’ during the procedure, so the remaining tissue is protected from any burns. Compared to ‘cutting the root out’, or chemically burning the root with acid, or burning it with a ‘hot laser’, the healing time is cut in half or less! The radiowaves also keep the tip sterile, reducing the incidence of post-op infections, making this the perfect procedure for diabetic patients.
Plantar Warts and small tumors are better removed with Radiosurgery.
When making surgical incisions for procedures like hammertoes, Radiosurgery vaporizes approximately one layer of cells on either side of the incision giving the thinnest scar possible. This podiatric office can also answer questions about laser surgery, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, fallen arches and brace supports.
So call with any questions about various lumps and bumps, or cysts and tumors. Your feet aren’t supposed to hurt. Call Beaver Valley Foot Clinic today at 878-313-FEET (3338) !
Bunions & Hammertoes
A bunion is an enlarged bone on the side of the big toe that is angled outward. Depending on the severity of the bunion, the big toe may be angled mildly or sharply toward the other toes. If wider shoes aren’t giving you the relief you need a simple outpatient procedure can have you back into your shoes in 3 to 6 weeks.
A hammertoe is an arched toe, the result of an abnormal contraction or “buckling” that leaves the toe in a claw-like position. Once stiffened into position, hammertoes rub against shoes and cause painful corns and calluses. A simple 15 minute office procedure will permanently fix this problem.
Ankle Sprains are caused by sudden sideways motion, a twist, or a misstep. When your foot lands off balance, muscles may give way, allowing the ankle joint to move too far. If ligaments connecting the foot and anklebones overstretch or tear, a sprain is the result. These sudden injuries cause pain both at the time they occur and throughout the healing process. Depending on the sprain, swelling and bruising may extend from your ankle into your foot. With proper care, however, sprains will heal correctly. And, in many cases, you can reduce the risk of reinjury.