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Welcome to Podiatry Associates, P.A.

High-Quality Foot & Ankle Care
and In-Office Surgical Treatments

Are You Diabetic?
Do You Have Foot or Heel Pain?

Peripheral Artery Disease (P.A.D.) can be the cause of your pain and if left untreated can lead to amputation.

Podiatry Associates is teaming up with the Keep the Foot campaign to spread prevention awareness. The first step in preventing amputation is to recognize the symptoms of P.A.D. by taking this quick questionnaire.

Podiatry Associates Wants to Help


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Podiatry Associates, P.A. has been providing high quality medical and surgical treatment for disorders, conditions and injuries affecting the foot and ankle in the Baltimore Maryland area since 1965. The philosophy of the practice has been to remain on the leading edge of knowledge and technology while providing compassionate quality care. We have special training and expertise in the management of the complicated diabetic foot and reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery. Many of our patients present for the management or correction of painful bunionshammertoes, and heel spurs / plantar fasciitis.

The majority of these conditions can be treated in one of our four Ambulatory Surgery Centers. These surgery centers allow for affordable, quality treatments in-office, minimizing the hassle of scheduling, parking and facility fees. Other conditions such as ingrown toenails, plantar fasciitis and corns can be treated in any of our 16 offices as an in-office procedure.

Should surgical solutions become necessary, all of our doctors are either Board Certified or Board Qualified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery.  The success of our practice is attributed to the ongoing teamwork of the Doctors, Administration and Staff, in their professional approach towards treating and welcoming patients of all ages into the family of Podiatry Associates, P.A.

Diabetic Foot Care

Your one-stop for preventative and treatment of diabetic foot problems.

Good foot care is essential when you struggle with diabetes.  Podiatry Associates offers holistic preventative care and treatment of diabetic complications like Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) and ulcerative wounds.

Basic Foot Care

We offer a wide range of podiatry services in the Baltimore MD area.

Our successful team of podiatrists has specialized training, expertise, and professional approach.  Whether you are suffering from heel pain, bunions, ingrown toenails or other foot issues, our team has the treatments you need.

Sports Medicine

Evaluation and prevention of injuries

Sports can play havoc with your lower extremities.   Podiatry Associates specialize in the treatment and prevention of foot injuries.

In-Office Surgical

Simple Procedures in Our Relaxing Environments

Podiatry Associates provides minimally invasive surgery for minor conditions of the feet.  More complicated procedures can be performed at one of our area hospitals.

Wound Care

A diabetic foot ulcer is an open sore or wound that occurs in approximately 15 percent of patients with diabetes and is commonly located on the bottom of the foot.


Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a condition where plaque builds up in the arteries. Plaque is made up of fats, cholesterol, and other fibrous substances in the body.

Recent Posts

Do Hammer Toes Come Back After Surgery?

Do Hammer Toes Come Back After Surgery?

Anyone who has dealt with a hammertoe understands how painful it can be. The condition goes beyond just a primary toe deformity. It can cause serious pain when wearing closed shoes, difficulty walking and unwanted corns and calluses. Unfortunately, hammertoes are not...

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How To Treat A Bunion Before It Gets Worse

How To Treat A Bunion Before It Gets Worse

A podiatric problem we frequently see at Podiatry Associates is the common “bunion”. Bunions are often not noticed during the early stages of development. The deformity may slowly worsen over time without treatment. Because of this tricky onset, bunions may appear “to...

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Diabetic Foot Ulcers: Causes and Treatments

Diabetic Foot Ulcers: Causes and Treatments

One common problem Podiatry Associates treats is diabetic foot ulcers.  For most people, a cut, scrape, or blister on the foot doesn’t cause much damage. It heals quickly and -- though it might cause some pain -- it doesn’t cause significant medical problems. However,...

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If you have been experiencing foot or ankle pain, it may be time to consult an expert.  Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

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