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Foot Pain

Getting back the spring in your step

Foot and ankle problems—whether caused by injury, illness, genetic abnormalities, or even poor fitting shoes— are extremely common. Unfortunately, they can also be extremely debilitating, resulting in decreased mobility and an inability to go out and do the things you need and want to do.

What will you find at Florida Medical Center?

From assessment through pain relief and treatment to rehabilitation, our team of podiatrists, nurses, and support staff—joined by orthopedic surgeons when necessary—work together to help you return to an active life.

Find an Orthopedic Specialist

Request one of our specialists to get a second opinion, or a really good first one.

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