Howard County Foot & Ankle

Do You Need To See A Podiatrist?

Foot & Ankle Insights

Read through and answer these questions for common reasons that people find their way to a podiatry office. Do you play sports and are returning after an injury? Do you have any pain in your feet, ankles, or legs when you exercise? Have you noticed any tingling sensations in your feet? Does a certain area of your shoes wear quicker than others? Do you notice any swollen areas on your feet or ankles? Do your legs or feet cramp up regularly? Any changes in your nails? Have you noticed discoloration or irregular pain? 

As you can see, there are MANY reasons one might find themselves needing to see a Podiatrist. There are also milder symptoms that someone might put off for far too long because the symptoms aren’t nagging or severe. As soon as you notice changes in your feet or ankles that don’t immediately go away or get better, it’s time to see a Podiatrist. 

Dr. Christina Bui, at Howard County Foot and Ankle, is a fellowship-trained, board-certified foot and ankle surgeon. She can perform nail surgery, toe, foot, or ankle reconstruction, and the list goes on! We use Swift Therapy technology to address different areas of pain and also wart removal. Our patients range from young children to senior adults and we see diabetic patients along with well-accomplished athletes. If it is a problem with your feet or ankles, we are here for you! 

At Howard County Foot and Ankle, we treat everything from warts and ingrown toenails to flatfeet and heel pain. Many people come to us for diabetic foot care or simply because they have foot pain or ankle pain and don’t know the cause of it. We handle emergencies such as fractures and infections as well. Dr. Bui performs a wide variety of surgeries and specializes in reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle. You won’t find a better foot doctor than our highly skilled and highly qualified, Dr. Christina Bui! We would love to be your go-to Podiatrist!

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