Torrington, Connecticut

Dr. McHugh And Associates P C

Dr. McHugh And Associates P C

333 Kennedy Dr STE L 103
Torrington, CT 06790
860-489-1900
Dr. McHugh And Associates P C, Foot Doctor, Health and Beauty, Torrington, 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. 

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3 Types of Warts & How to Treat Them, Torrington, Connecticut
Most people develop at least a few warts over the course of their lifetime. Although benign, these growths can be unsightly, prompting many individuals to seek treatme...read more
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5 Common Misconceptions People Have About Ingrown Nails, Torrington, Connecticut
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What Are Flat Feet & How Are They Treated?, Torrington, 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
5 Tips for Summertime Foot Care  , Torrington, Connecticut
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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
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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
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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
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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
Flat feet, otherwise known as fallen arches, refer to a common condition in which a person loses the natural upward curve in the middle of the foot. Over time, the problem can c...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
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Hammertoe is a term used by podiatrists to describe a deformity of a toe—typically the index or middle toe—that causes it to become bent, misaligned, or overlapped. In addition to af...read more
A bunion is a large bump that develops at the base of the big toe and juts out from the side of your foot. They are often uncomfortable and can grow in size over time. Although bunio...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
While it’s common to suffer from an ankle injury, it can be difficult to tell whether you’re dealing with a sprain or a broken bone. Both conditions are painful and will affect your&...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
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