Piedmont employs two podiatrists who specialize in all types of foot care, including athletic injuries, chronic conditions and surgical procedures. Piedmont podiatrists work with other orthopaedic specialists, therapists and medical providers to provide comprehensive treatment of everything from the knee to the toe.
Learn more about Piedmont's podiatrist, Dr. Pamela Onderko, who is board certified in podiatry and wound care.
Piedmont’s podiatrists treat a variety of issues related to the foot and ankle. Whether you have experienced an acute injury or something that requires ongoing care, the podiatry team at Piedmont can help you decrease pain and increase functionality. Some of the common conditions treated by the podiatry clinic include plantar fasciitis, bunions, athletic injuries such as fractures and sprains, and is skilled in diabetic foot care, complicated wound care, nail care such as ingrown toenails and fungal nails.
Treatment options at Piedmont range from a targeted physical therapy program to surgical procedures. Your physician will work with you to develop a recovery plan based on your condition and your preferences. Piedmont podiatrists offer some of the latest advancements in foot and ankle care, including AmnioFix and laser toenail therapy. The podiatry clinic at Piedmont can provide custom orthotics, bracing and make recommendations on inserts for athletes as well as patients looking to improve gait and posture. Learn More