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  • Ingrown toenail with paronychia: Painful, infected skin margins around toenail, on one or both sides.

  • Plantar wart/wart: Small circular bumps often mistaken for calluses. These are caused by viral infection in skin.

  • Corns/calluses: Pressure points on feet that can be tender when they become too thick.

  • Nail fungus (mycotic toenails): Fungus infection that invades nails.

  • Morton's neuroma: Irritation to a nerve which increases in size from swelling and scar tissue formation. Often is painful when wearing shoes.

  • Bunions: Arthritic joint that sometimes becomes painful and makes it difficult to find well-fitting shoes.

  • Flat arch or pronated foot: Flat arches cause many foot problems, often leading to bunions, heel spurs or arch pain.

  • Hammertoe with corn: Deformity of toe, which is often cocked up, sometimes overlapping another toe, which can cause a painful corn to form.

  • Plantar fasciitis: Arch strain causing inflammation in heel or arch, resulting in severe pain or soreness.

  • Chronic Achilles tendonitis: Causes pain in the back of the ankle. This is due to several types of biomechanical faults that cause stress and microtears in the tendon.

  • Lateral ankle sprain: Twisted ankle that tears ligaments, resulting in painful, swollen, sometimes bruised area. Can become a chronic condition.

  • Type 3 Ankle Sprain: Ligaments torn completely.

  • Athlete's foot or tinea pedis: Caused from fungus infection; causes irritation and becomes itchy.

  • Diabetic pressure ulcers: Diabetics are susceptible to these types of pressure sores. Often this is due to decreased feeling (neuropathy), allowing skin breakdown, open sores, and infections. Can be difficult to heal.

  • Diabetic Charcot foot due to insensate feet with secondary infection: A foot that starts to break down; bones break, joints dislocate, arch inverts, with a severe loss of feeling. This is usually seen in diabetic patients and always leads to a problem foot structure.

  • Severe vein insufficiency with cellulitis: Veins are the vessels taking blood upward against gravity toward the heart. Weakness can occur in valves in the veins, allowing inflammation to develop, sometimes causing red cellulitic legs, and eventually in late stages of the disease, brownish discoloration.
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Jackson, Mich.

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Dr. Louis White, D.P.M.
Podiatrist and Foot Surgeon
Treatment of Foot and Ankle Problems

1931 Horton Road, Suite 10
Jackson, MI 49203

Phone: 517-788-8251
Fax: 517-788-8704
Call to schedule an appointment.

Business Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.