Watertown, Connecticut

Dr. McHugh And Associates P C

Dr. McHugh And Associates P C

777 Echo Lake Road, Unit F
Watertown, CT 06795
Dr. McHugh And Associates P C, Foot Doctor, Health and Beauty, Watertown, Connecticut

Your feet put up with a lot, and the team at Dr. McHugh and Associates will help you give them a little extra TLC. Located in Watertown, Wolcott, and Torrington, CT, their experienced physicians specialize in treatments for some of the most common podiatry issues affecting those of all ages.

The staff at Dr. McHugh and Associates prides itself on providing compassionate care in an efficient manner. They all strive to keep wait times at their office as short as possible, and since they believe everyone deserves quality foot care, they accept most insurance providers. In addition, while their office is equipped for surgery, their doctors are affiliated with several local hospitals for patients who prefer a hospital setting during their recovery. 

Whether you suffer from heel pain or old sports injuries, a podiatrist from Dr. McHugh and Associates will provide the treatment you need to finally get relief. Their team knows how to treat everything from ingrown nails and warts to flat feet and plantar fasciitis. If you don’t currently suffer from any foot issues but want to ensure your lower limbs stay healthy, you can also visit this podiatrist for preventative care.

At Dr. McHugh and Associates, their team of board-certified and board-eligible doctors has more than 64 years of combined experience practicing podiatry. With three convenient locations in Connecticut, you can schedule an appointment with a podiatrist at a time and location that works for you. Visit their website to learn more about their physicians on staff, and call (860) 274-1773 to make an appointment in Watertown; (203) 879-3646 to reach their Wolcott office; or (860) 489-1900 to speak with someone in Torrington. 

Announcements & Events from Dr. McHugh And Associates P C
6 Stretches to Relieve Morning Foot and Heel Pain, Watertown, Connecticut
Morning foot and heel pain can be caused by the natural tightness that occurs after sleep, plantar fasciitis, or tendonitis. Simple stretches, as recommended by foot care experts&nbs...read more
5 Common Misconceptions People Have About Ingrown Nails, Watertown, Connecticut
Ingrown nails are an unpleasant but common occurrence. At the podiatrist offices of Dr. McHugh and Associates PC, serving Watertown, Wolcott, and Torrington, CT, they see many p...read more
What Are Flat Feet & How Are They Treated?, Watertown, Connecticut
Are you experiencing unexplained pain or a visible deformity in the arch or Achilles tendon area of your foot, or around the ankle? It’s possible you have flat feet. This condition c...read more
What to Know about Charley Horses & Foot Cramps, Watertown, Connecticut
Pain in your foot, toe, or calf muscles can impact your ability to function during the day or get a good night’s sleep. It’s important to understand the causes behind Charley Horses ...read more
5 Tips for Summertime Foot Care  , Watertown, Connecticut
Heat and humidity can take a toll on the body, and the feet are no exception. Summer activities are also notorious for impacting the feet. From walking on the beach to wearing uncomf...read more
Common or plantar warts are small bumps or lesions that typically appear on the bottoms of your feet or your hands, often around the fingers. They are usually colorless and have visi...read more
While warts appear unsightly and have a bad reputation, they do not usually lead to serious health problems. However, they can lead to discomfort and infection and can also...read more
Hammertoe is a common foot problem and congenital deformity. It occurs when the muscles and tendons around the toe become imbalanced, either from poorly-fitted shoes or arthritis, ca...read more
When we think of sports injuries, we often imagine them affecting major joints, muscles, and ligaments in the body. Yet, many of the injuries incurred during physical activity actual...read more
Heel pain, most commonly caused by plantar fasciitis, is one of the most common foot complaints. Stretching is an important part of treating heel pain and is easy to work into y...read more
Pregnancy can affect many parts of your body, including your feet. The uterus puts stress on the veins in your pelvis, which can reduce the return of blood to your heart. T...read more
If you have diabetes, you have a higher risk of calluses, bunions, blisters and other foot problems. The high blood sugar associated with the disease can lead to nerve damage, causin...read more
If you’re a runner or an athlete, you’re most likely concerned about injuries like ankle sprains. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to mitigate this risk, from enhancing flex...read more
With summer only a few months away, it will soon be time to swap out your shoes for a pair of flip-flops. However, while you are enjoying the sun and warm breeze, it’s important to c...read more
An ingrown toenail is an agonizing problem that makes your daily activities uncomfortable. While an ingrown toenail isn’t an emergency, they can be recurring and painful, w...read more
Spring means it’s time for your children to head outside and play games. Whether they swing the baseball bat or tennis racquet, any sport can pose potential hazards. To ensure y...read more
Our feet are our guide to our world, but because we rely on them for so many things in our daily lives, they are one of the most common places for an injury. Women’s fashion includes...read more
With warmer weather just around the corner, it’s almost time to break out your favorite spring shoes. With increased exposure to the elements, though, comes increased risk for issues...read more
If you want to avoid common foot ailments—such as bunions and sports injuries—you must own shoes that fit properly. Unfortunately, the right fit involves much more than a g...read more
Tendonitis refers to the inflammation of a tendon, often as a result of overuse or injury. It’s a common condition among athletes and must be treated right away to prevent a mor...read more
Bunions are foot deformities that occur when the big toe becomes misaligned, pointing inward and causing the base joint to stick out at a noticeable angle. Research estimates the pro...read more
If you lead an active lifestyle, the potential for sustaining sports injuries is quite high. To find relief, it’s crucial to know what each injury entails and the best method for tre...read more
Ingrown toenails can have a significant effect on your mobility, making it difficult to even walk. When they are left untreated, they can lead to serious infections, which is why the...read more
When you’re an athlete, taking care of your feet is key to preventing sports injuries down the road. But what exactly should you do to ensure your feet are staying healthy when ...read more
Running is a great cardio exercise that burns calories and strengthens your bones. However, whether you’re jogging long distances or doing quick sprints, your feet and ankles are und...read more
Foot pain can stop you in your tracks if it goes untreated—and it can affect your quality of life when you consider how much time you spend on your feet throughout the day. Flat feet...read more
Hammertoe is a widespread, embarrassing, and painful foot condition. It’s due to a muscle imbalance in the ligaments and tendons surrounding the middle toe joints. This imbalance cau...read more
Warts are abnormal growths that arise when certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) infect the top layer of skin. They can develop anywhere on the body, and most go awa...read more
Bunions are an exceedingly common concern for people of all ages and activity levels. Accordingly, securing the services of a skilled podiatrist is crucial to getting the proper trea...read more
When it comes to the causes of heel pain, plantar fasciitis is among one of the more common underlying causes. For patients in Watertown, CT, Dr. McHugh And Associates PC offers opti...read more
Ingrown toenails can be frustrating, and if they are left untreated, they can cause extreme tenderness and an infection, requiring you to see a podiatrist for foot care. Fo...read more
From walking to driving a car, a curled toe can make even the simplest tasks difficult, if not impossible. That’s why many people seek hammertoe surgery to improve their mobility. If...read more
Many people with diabetes fail to see the effect foot health has on their condition until it’s too late. That’s why the medical staff at Dr. McHugh and Associates P C in Waterto...read more
The ankle is one of the most complex joints in the body and the first line of defense when you lose your balance. Over time, they naturally weaken, which is why the medical staff at ...read more
When living with diabetes, you are likely much more preoccupied with your diet than you are with your foot care routine. However, according to Dr. McHugh and Associates PC&...read more
An ingrown nail develops when a sharp end of a nail digs into the surrounding skin, causing pain and inflammation. While ingrown nails may sometimes affect the fi...read more
You probably don’t think about your feet very often—that is, until you’re experiencing foot pain. One common and highly treatable cause of foot pain is ingrown nails, a condition in ...read more
It’s widely known that women are more prone to conditions like bunions than men. However, as many podiatrists know, there are a few foot-related problems that predominantly affect me...read more
The arches of your feet serve an array of importance purposes. From stabilization and stress absorption to helping you adjust to the conditions of changing terrain, arches play essen...read more
Cracked heels aren’t just unsightly — they can also cause heel pain and, in some instances, lead to more serious health issues. But how do you know when it’s time to see a podiatrist...read more
There may be a variety of reasons for that constant heel pain you’ve been experiencing, but one of the most common causes is a heel spur. This type of pain occurs when calc...read more
While it’s easy to remember an annual physical or trip to the dentist, patients often forget the importance foot care in relation to overall wellness. Since your feet suppo...read more
When it comes to debilitating medical conditions, issues with the feet can be especially damaging. In addition to making it hard to walk and exercise, foot problems can also prompt p...read more
A podiatrist is a physician or surgeon who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the foot and ankle. This includes, but is not limited to sprains, fract...read more
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