Conditions

At Freeland Foot & Ankle Clinic, Dr. Timothy Dailey provides a wide range of services and comprehensive, effective treatment for painful foot and ankle conditions. We take pride in our work, treating our patients like our own family, and we take whatever time is necessary to fully explain your condition, explore treatment options with you, and help you make the best choice for your long-term health.

Heel Pain

From dull, distant aching to sharp, stabbing sensations, heel pain (whether caused by plantar fasciitis or any other condition) can make life difficult and prevent you from enjoying your favorite activities. We help you relieve your discomfort through treatments such as custom orthotics, strapping, padding, stretching, and more.

Ingrown Toenails

Rather than growing outward, the edges or corners of nails can sometimes snag on skin and dig inward into the surrounding flesh. This not only produces pain and swelling, but could potentially lead to more serious infections, too. We can provide conservative treatment options, or remove the offending nail edge entirely for more immediate (and permanent) relief.

Toe Deformities

Years of walking, running, and playing on hard surfaces can take their toll. Ultimately, this can lead to bones and joints slowly being pushed and pulled out of alignment, and conditions such as bunions and hammertoes. We’ll help you determine whether conservative treatments can deal with pain and stop them from getting worse, or if surgical correction is your best option.

Plantar Warts

Foot warts are often more than just embarrassing. When they appear in weight-bearing locations, that pressure can cause pain and tenderness, too. Our office carries a number of different wart removal products and treatments and will be happy to help you remove your foot warts as safely and quickly as possible.

Other Services

Other common foot and ankle conditions that we see and treat frequently at Freeland Foot & Ankle Clinic include:

  • Skin and nail conditions such as fungal nails, athlete’s foot, corns, and calluses.
  • Diabetic-related conditions, including neuropathy, peripheral vascular disease, and leg and foot ulcerations and wounds.
  • Foot and ankle trauma and sports injuries, including sprains, strains, and tendinitis.
  • Pediatric conditions, including heel pain and misaligned feet.

Diagnostic and treatment solutions available include custom orthotics fitting, an on-site X-ray, laser therapy treatments, biomechanics evaluation and gait analysis, surgical procedures, and more. Don’t let foot pain hold you back! Conveniently located in Freeland, MI, we serve residents throughout the Greater Tri-Cities region with comprehensive foot and ankle care. Let us help you get back on your feet. To schedule an appointment, please give us a call at (989) 695-6788 today.

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Phone: (989) 695-6788

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Fax: (989) 695-6491

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7305 Midland Rd # 2 Freeland, MI 48623

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Mon-Thu: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Fri: By Appointment

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