Mount Sterling, Kentucky

Lexington Foot & Ankle

Lexington Foot & Ankle

805 Alexa Dr., Ste C
Mount Sterling, KY 40353
(859) 278-8855
Lexington Foot & Ankle, Podiatrists, Health and Beauty, Mount Sterling, Kentucky

We’d all like to be 100 percent healthy throughout our lives, but sometimes we experience setbacks that keep us from being our best self, especially as it relates to our feet and lower legs. If you’ve experienced foot pain, ankle injuries, or anything related to your lower extremities, you will achieve the respite you’re in search of with the podiatrists at Lexington Foot & Ankle in Kentucky. Their team has proudly served patients for more than 20 years.

Feet are extremely important in your day-to-day functions. Members of this team of certified podiatrists and surgeons have access to state-of-the-art technology and are fully equipped to provide comprehensive care to their patients. Common foot issues their doctors treat include bunions, Achilles tendonitis, hammertoes, ingrown toenails, ankle replacement, and plantar fasciitis. Regardless of the severity of your condition, your feet will be in the best hands possible with these specialists.

Patients with diabetes are particularly susceptible to a number of conditions that make foot care all the more important for them, and the doctors at Lexington Foot & Ankle know this better than most. Poor circulation, ulcers, and neuropathy are all conditions that could occur in diabetic patients, which, if left untreated, could result in infections or lead to heart problems and possible amputations.

Don’t leave your health or quality of life up to chance and visit the podiatrists at Lexington Foot & Ankle today. To schedule an appointment, call (859) 278-8855 or visit them online.

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