MOST CONDITIONS FOR FOOT & ANKLE PAIN CAN BE TREATED CONSERVATIVELY

MOST CONDITIONS FOR FOOT & ANKLE PAIN CAN BE TREATED CONSERVATIVELY
In our office, we are concerned with treating your feet as conservatively as possible. That is to say, we want to treat you without using surgical means if we can. Our main goal is to get your feet back to normal. We generally can accomplish this by using simple treatments such as stretching, wrapping, or medicated creams. One of the most effective and popular treatments we can use is called orthotic devices. We even have for your convenience our own "A Step Ahead.....Physical Therapist, " Jill Cahill, who with manual and appliance manipulation can get you back on your feet. 

Call 817-481-4000 to make an appointment for either our Grapevine or 
Keller offices and see how we can alleviate the pain non-invasively. 

The Foot Pros, 
Richard A. Nichols, DPM 
Alliance Foot & Ankle Specialists 

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