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Relieve Your Foot & Ankle Pain
At 1Foot 2Foot, we specialize in providing treatment solutions for all kinds of foot and ankle conditions, including orthopedic nerve problems. Issues like nerve entrapment and neuromas are often the reason for unexplained pain, inflammation, and tenderness in your feet. Often, patients don’t realize that their foot pain is actually caused by nerve damage or small stress fractures to the bones. Our team of expert and award-winning foot and ankle specialists in Suffolk, North Suffolk, Hampton, and Virginia Beach, Virginia (VA), have extensive experience diagnosing and treating these foot and ankle conditions.
Additionally, foot and ankle injuries are often the first reason our patients visit our podiatry offices in Suffolk, North Suffolk, Hampton, and Virginia Beach, VA. We specialize in treating broken bones, ankle sprains, or tendon injuries. If you’ve suffered a foot or ankle injury, we can help you get back to doing what you love, as fast as possible. At 1Foot 2Foot, we’re also focused on preventing foot injuries. Our experienced, certified shoe fitters in Suffolk and North Suffolk at The Shoe Fits provide the best solutions for custom athletic shoes and preventative ankle braces. For questions or to make an appointment, call us at 757.799.1478.
If you’re experiencing tingling, burning, itching, discomfort or unexplained pain in your feet, please call us to ask questions and find out what could be causing your symptoms. Together, we will create a custom treatment plan. If you live in or around Suffolk, Hampton, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Newport News, Carrollton, Smithfield, Norfolk or Virginia Beach, VA, call us at 757.799.1478 to schedule your initial consultation to relieve your foot pain or ankle pain.
Sports & Running Injury
Foot & Ankle Reconstructive Surgery
Our Suffolk foot and ankle specialists and Hampton foot and ankle specialists have extensive experience and training in ankle and foot reconstructive surgery. In some cases, foot and ankle deformities caused by congenital defects, arthritis, trauma, and previous surgeries may require surgery. Our foot and ankle specialists will evaluate your individual case and determine the appropriate surgical or non-surgical treatment.