Milwaukee Podiatry Clinic Delivers Hallux Limitus Treatment
Renowned Milwaukee Foot Doctor Provides Lasting Relief of Hallux Limitus
Our Great Midwest Foot and Ankle Centers Milwaukee podiatry clinics utilize a multi-disciplinary approach to deliver superior relief of hallux limitus. Hallux limitus may be the result of flat feet, abnormal foot structure, turf toe or other sports injuries, repetitive trauma and arthritis. Patients suffering with hallux limitus often experience pain in the big toe joint, decreased range of motion, bone spurs, corns or calluses, bursitis, swelling, redness or bony enlargements on the big toe. When left untreated, hallux limitus may result in arthritis of the big toe joint, toe bone fusion, increased pain, knee, ankle and even lower back pain due to a compromised gait.
When you visit our Milwaukee podiatry clinics you’ll receive a comprehensive diagnosis, which may include an X-Ray to ensure there is not an underlying toe fracture. Upon diagnosis our Milwaukee podiatrist will explain your surgical and non-surgical foot pain treatment options. Non-surgical treatments may include custom orthotics, orthopedic shoes, physical therapy, MLS Laser Therapy or a combination of treatments. MLS Laser Therapy is the preferred non-invasive foot pain treatment for hallux limitus due to its safety and effectiveness. This laser foot treatment reduces pain and inflammation while increasing mobility. MLS Laser Therapy has proven to improve back and joint pain, sprains and strains, arthritis, tendon and ligament injuries, and inflammation. Patients who receive laser therapy generally see results in as few as 1-3 treatments with sessions lasting only about 10-20 minutes.
If you suspect you’re suffering from hallux limitus visit the best foot doctor in Milwaukee. Our Milwaukee podiatry clinics utilize state-of-the-art equipment and employ a multi-disciplinary approach to get you back on your feet faster. Don’t compromise on other cut-rate podiatrists; get personalized care and long-lasting results at Great Midwest Foot and Ankle Centers.