Podiatry Care for Your Feet and Ankles
See the podiatrists of Sanford Health when you need surgical or non-surgical care for your foot and ankle conditions. We focus on restoring and preserving function in your foot and ankle.
We can help you get back on your feet. Visit a podiatrist for your pain if you experience any of the following symptoms:
- Swelling of the foot
- Numbness and loss of feeling
- Tingling (pins and needles feeling)
- Spreading redness, red streak, warmth
- Pain around big toe joint
- Poor blood flow and circulation
- Muscle cramps
- Discoloration of foot
Advanced Foot Surgery Options
Choose Sanford Health for our advanced technology, including endoscopy. In this procedure, your surgeon uses an instrument to explore the inside of your foot and to relieve pain. This approach helps you recover more quickly.
Your Podiatry Care Team
Sanford Health offers comprehensive services for problems of the foot and ankle. Our specialists and surgeons have extensive training in surgical and non-surgical care. Find a clinic in or around Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Fargo, North Dakota; Bismarck, North Dakota; or Bemidji, Minnesota.
Sanford Health provides expert care of a wide range of foot conditions. View common conditions and find a provider near you.
- Achilles Tendinitis
- Achilles tendon issues
- Bunionette (tailor's bunion)
- Flat feet or high arches
- Forefoot fractures and deformity
- Haglund's deformity (pump bump)
- Heel spurs
- Morton's neuroma
- Muscle cramps
- Plantar fasciitis and heel pain
- Plantar warts
- Stress fracture
- Viral infection
Sanford Health podiatrists diagnose and treat a variety of ankle conditions. View conditions and find a provider near you.
- Ankle pain
Sanford Health podiatrists diagnose and treat a variety of conditions specific to your toes. See common conditions and find a provider near you.
- Bunionette (Tailor's Bunion)
- Claw toe
- Mallet toe
- Raynaud's Disease
- Skin or toenail infection
Sanford Health News
“They’re at such a great age where they can just come out and enjoy it.”
Brendan Cook’s recovery from a ruptured Achilles was shortened considerably by an alternative procedure.