Newtown Foot & Ankle Specialists is home to board-certified, podiatric foot and ankle specialists. Dr. Micheal Lynde, Dr. William Lynde, Dr. Michael Rossidis, and Dr. Amy Hall are leading foot doctors that are currently welcoming new patients from Princeton, PA. Our team provides personalized treatment for patients experiencing foot and ankle problems. We offer advanced care for adults as well as pediatric podiatric services. We specialize in sports injuries, wound care, orthotics, toenail issues, and diabetic foot problems.
Diagnosing Podiatric Problems
At your first visit to Newtown Foot & Ankle Specialists, you will undergo a physical exam of your feet and ankles and our team will collect your medical history. We will take x-rays as well as any other diagnostics when necessary. X-rays are helpful tools that allow us to see if there is damage to any of your internal structure such as bone or dense tissue.
One of our board certified podiatrists will review their findings and recommend the necessary treatment. We believe in keeping our patients well informed so that they feel equipped to make the best decisions for themselves. Creating a personalized treatment plan to resolves a medical foot and ankle problem involves an open and honest relationship between patient and physician. We will take the time to answer all your questions about your condition and possible treatment.
Common Podiatric Problems
Foot problems can be caused from many different sources including sports injuries, trauma, genetics, or disease. The sooner you seek medical intervention for your problems, the more conservative your treatment will be. If you suffer from any of the following common foot problems, we advise that you call our office to set up an appointment as soon as possible.
- Foot pain, swelling
- Ankle pain, swelling
- Ingrown toenails
- Sprains and fractures of the foot and ankle
- Bunions and hammertoes
- Heel pain, heel spurs
- Callouses and warts
- Skin problems or odorous feet
Advanced Treatment for Diabetic Foot Problems
Diabetic foot problems affect millions of people in the United States. Newtown Foot & Ankle Specialists welcome patients from Princeton, PA who are seeking treatment for advanced wound care and treatment for peripheral neuropathy. Neuropathy is a common side of diabetes and can actually lead to more complex issues if left untreated. This includes wounds and ulcers being unable to heal properly. We offer many procedures and treatments for peripheral neuropathy and wounds caused by diabetes.
Welcoming Patients from Princeton, PA
Newtown Foot & Ankle Specialists is located in Bucks County and serves many of the surrounding communities including Princeton, PA. Patients suffering from foot or ankle problems are encouraged to schedule an appointment with one of our foot doctors for a diagnostic examination. Our team of board-certified, podiatric foot and ankle specialists can help find the right treatment to improve the health of your lower leg. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our providers at 215.234.3772 or request one online. Our effective treatment options are guaranteed to increase mobility, lower pain and improve your quality of life.