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Foot Pain

General Information

Your foot is made up of 26 bones and 33 joints. Damage to any part of your feet – including the numerous ligaments, tendons, nerves and muscles – can cause pain and other disabling symptoms. We’re a dedicated team of board certified specialists who work together to keep your feet healthy and active.

Dr. Kevin Houseman is a podiatrist with Goshen Orthopedics. Dr. Houseman is certified in foot surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery®. Nearly a decade of education, training and private practice have advanced his proficiency in diagnosing and treating diseases, deformities, disorders and traumatic injuries of the foot and ankle.

Call us at (574) 534-2548 to schedule an appointment for comprehensive orthopedic care.

What causes foot pain?

Fractures, swelling and inflammation, flat feet and nerve problems are just a few causes of foot pain. Sometimes, a poor diet can lead to pain in the feet, as in the case of gout. Your doctor may be able to find the cause of your pain with a simple physical exam. If you need advanced diagnostics, we have the right imaging exams to diagnose your foot pain, including on location X-ray and MRI technologies.

Be prepared to mention any activities you do and describe your foot pain to your doctor, including how it feels, where it’s located and what makes it worse.

Treating foot problems at Goshen Orthopedics

Our approach to diagnosing and treating foot pain begins with finding the cause. After an accurate diagnosis, you and your treatment team will work together with the goal of healing your pain. With a diverse range of options – including orthopedic pain management and urgent care for lower extremity trauma – Goshen Orthopedics can help get you back on your feet.

We can help

Our orthopedics and sports medicine team is trained to diagnose and treat foot pain as a result of the following orthopedic conditions:

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Arthritis
  • Achilles tendon problems
  • Bunions, corns and calluses
  • Flat feet and other foot arch problems
  • Gout
  • Hammer toe and other toe deformities
  • Ingrown toenails
  • Peripheral neuropathy
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