AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Approximately 75 percent of Americans will experience a foot problem at some point in their lives; however, since the majority of these problems aren't congenital, there are ways to prevent foot problems from occurring. Whether a patient is already preparing for the Austin Marathon and Half Marathon in February 2015 or they're dealing with a recent diabetes diagnoses, the podiatrists at Austin Podiatry are ready to help patients remain active.
The office location can be found by visiting http://www.austinpodiatry.com for easy directions and office hours. With Austin Podiatry's two office locations, there is no better time to take care of foot problems.
"From bunions and calluses to plantar fasciitis and sports-related injuries, we've seen and treated it all," says Dr. Mark Robson, DPM, who works in the South Austin office. "People often neglect their feet and don't really think about them in terms of their general health; however, your feet tend to mirror your overall health, so it's important that patients keep an eye out for any changes."
Conditions such as poor circulation, diabetes and arthritis are only some of the health problems that show initial symptoms in the feet. The podiatrists at Austin Podiatry always tell their patients that if something changes or if they have a concern, the best thing they can do is schedule any appointment at the South or North Austin office.
Now, scheduling with Austin Podiatry is even easier, as they offer two locations in the Austin area. With a steady increase in patients, the podiatrists at Austin Podiatry knew they needed to open another location in order to still offer the same care and one-on-one time that every patient deserves. Both Austin Podiatry's south and north Austin locations are open Monday through Friday from 8:30AM-5:00PM. The availability of two office locations allows Austin Podiatry to also offer appointments with shorter wait times.
"The last thing a patient wants to do is spend their day in the waiting room. We know our patients are busy, and we want them to be able to get on with their lives; however, we also want them to be able to do this pain-free. That's why we've tried to make our hours, locations and scheduling as easy and simple as possible," says Dr. Robson.
Patients who are dealing with athlete's foot, a painful bunion or have just noticed some minor changes, they are encouraged to call Austin Podiatry at (512) 719-4545 (North Austin), or (512) 441-3668 (South Austin).
About Austin Podiatry: Austin Podiatry offers two convenient locations in north and south Austin, Texas. Run by Dr. Mark Robson, DPM and Dr. Brett Wood, Austin Podiatry offers everything from routine podiatric checkups to sports medicine and bunion surgery. Dr. Robson has worked in clinical research, creating pain medication used for bunion surgeries. He also specializes in laser treatment for toenail fungus and chemotherapy for plantar warts. Dr. Wood has extensive knowledge of heel and nerve pain, neuropathy, and sports medicine, to name a few. He specializes in deformity correction, platelet rich plasma treatment and arthroscopic surgery.
Media Contact: Dr. Mark Robson, Austin Podiatry, (512) 719-4545, email@example.com
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