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The Best Foot Doctors & Surgeons in Idaho

When you have foot or ankle injuries you don’t want just anyone. Come to the best podiatrists in the Treasure Valley. Serving the cities of Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Nampa, Caldwell, Middleton, Star, and all surrounding areas.

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Top Podiatrists - Boise, Meridian & Caldwell

The foot doctors at Rocky Mountain Foot & Ankle are experts in diagnosing and treating all types of foot and ankle pain. Our specialties include:

Bunions, Foot Pain, Plantar Fasciitis, Ingrown Toenails, Fungal Toenails, Sports Medicine, Arthritis, Dermatitis, Neuromas, Soft Injuries, Foot & Ankle Trauma, Pediatric Podiatry, Diabetic Foot Treatment, Stem Cell Therapy, and more.

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Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Although heel pain symptoms can be caused by a wide variety of different pathologies—including tendinitis, bone spurs, and even pinched nerves—one cause in particular is by far the most common: plantar fasciitis.

This specific condition is the result of inflammation, tearing, or other damage to the plantar fascia ligament that runs underneath your foot. This long, tough, fibrous tissue is designed to support your arch, but can become aggravated under heavy stress loads. When it does become damaged, it typically occurs right underneath the heel.

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Ingrown Toenail Treatment

An ingrown toenail is a relatively common condition. Many people will suffer from one at least once in their lifetime, and many of these cases are relatively mild. There are certain situations, however, when an ingrown toenail should absolutely be seen by a professional – and we will also never turn down any patient who comes to us with questions or concerns about any case whatsoever.

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Bunion Treatment

Bunions are often described as a bump on the side of the big toe, but they are a bit more complicated than that. A bunion, also known as hallux valgus or hallux abducto valgus, is a progressive disorder. It begins with a leaning of the big toe towards the second toe, which gradually changes the angle of the bones over the years. This slowly produces the characteristic “bump.”

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Ankle Fracture & Sports Medicine

If you are an athlete or just a weekend warrior, you know how much an injury can affect your experience. Some injuries heal quickly while others linger and linger and linger! Don’t let these injuries become worse. If you’ve got an overtraining injury or a lingering injury that just doesn’t seem to heal, it might just be time to see the specialist!

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