Article provided by: Hadfield Foot and Ankle
Dr. Hadfield of McKinney, TX has been a practicing podiatrist for more than five years Colin County and is one of the most trusted podiatrists in the area. With more than seven years of hands-on foot and ankle schooling and training, Dr. Hadfield is well-qualified to treat a wide range of lower extremity problems. At Hadfield Foot and Ankle, you will find excellent podiatry care in a clean, friendly, and professional clinical environment that is welcoming and relaxing from the front door to the doctor’s office.
Foot and Ankle Problems are a Race Against the Clock
Foot and ankle problems can be debilitating and can disrupt your work and play. Whether you live an active lifestyle or not, foot and ankle problems need to be treated right away as these are prone to get worse quickly. Indeed, at Hadfield Foot and Ankle, we routinely treat patients who require surgery, where had they come into our office earlier, surgery could have potentially been avoided.
It’ typical for people to only think about the short-term. For example, if they have foot pain, they think something like “I’ve got to wait until (fill in the blank), and then I’ll get my foot checked out.” Dr. Hadfield of McKinney, TX recognizes that people have short-term needs and goals and that getting treatment for their foot and ankle problems may get in the way of these, but we also need to be thinking of the intermediate and long-term goals that are vital to successful treatment and recovery.
Dr. Hadfield Provides Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Care
Hadfield Foot and Ankle uses the latest state-of-the-art technology and equipment in our podiatry clinic to properly diagnose and formulate the best treatment plan that helps to get you back to normal as quickly as possible and educate you on how to avoid future injuries. Dr. Hadfield of McKinney, TX is a foot and ankle specialist for children, adults, and seniors. Hadfield foot and ankle is a family cinic that commonly treats all kinds of foot and ankle problems, including:
- Toe injuries
- Ankle pain
- Foot wounds
- Diabetic foot problems
- and more
Do You NEED to See a Podiatrist for Your Foot and Ankle Problems?
Dr. Hadfield of McKinney, TX works exclusively with the foot and ankle. If you are having problems in this part of the body, you want to make sure you seek treatment from a foot and ankle specialist. If you think of your body as a car; there are certain issues like tire, brake and oil changes, that a general mechanic can fix. However, if you needed a new transmission built, you would need a specialty mechanic. When you think about your body; if you had a stomach ache, headache, or pain in the body, you might visit a general doctor. But when you have problems in the foot and ankle, your best treatment will come from a foot and ankle specialist.