Are you suffering
from foot, ankle, or heel pain?
Foot & Ankle Center has the experience to treat all your foot and ankle concerns. Dr. Landon Cameron, DPM, FACFAS is available to see you at our offices in St. George, Utah and Mesquite, Nevada.
Dr. Cameron treats various conditions related to the foot and ankle, as well as diabetic care. Dr. Cameron believes in a conservative approach to podiatry, evaluating all options for treatment before surgery. Dr. Cameron treats each patient as an individual and works with each patient to develop a unique treatment plan that addresses all a patient’s foot and ankle concerns.
Our Services Include the Following
Diabetes is one of the most common chronic adult illnesses. When your blood sugar is out of control, you have a higher risk of foot complications.
Heel Pain Treatment
When you see a doctor for your heel pain, they should consider your situation, underlying conditions, and current pain level to create a customized treatment plan.
Treatment for Bunions
Bunions are a widespread foot condition affecting comfort, mobility, and independence.
Gout can appear like other inflammatory diseases, so your medical doctor will diagnose it by taking a medical history, performing a physical exam, and running some diagnostic tests.
Treatment for Flat Feet
Dr. Cameron can handle any conditions causing foot and ankle pain, such as Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, arthritis, and flat feet.
Foot Ulcer Treatment
Foot ulcers are simply open sores that are slow to heal or keep recurring. They result from skin breakdown and are prone to infections.
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Foot & Ankle Center accepts a variety of insurance plans, as well as
credit card, cash or payment by check.
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News and Blogs
7 Tips to Avoid Foot Injuries When Running
Snow, blazing sun, blisters, lost toenails: even given excuses not to run, regular runners do not let anything slow them down. So it’s no surprise that many a runner has run through foot injuries, making them worse. The best way to help a foot injury is to prevent it...
Should I Let My Heel Heal or Visit a Doctor?
Knowing when to visit a doctor can feel like quite a guessing game. Pain on our heels can be a tricky one since there are so many potential causes. Here are ten possible culprits to your heel pain, their severity, and whether or not you should visit a podiatrist for...
Preventing and Caring for Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Many people have heard tragic stories about someone whose uncle with diabetes needed to have an amputation. With your own diabetes diagnosis, hearing such a story can make you nervous. Are you resigned to the same fate? The short answer is not if you don’t want to be....