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 Foot and Ankle Center of Lake City Ends Your Foot Pain Fast!

At the Foot and Ankle Center of Lake City in Seattle, WA we are committed to providing the highest level of comprehensive podiatric care in a caring and compassionate environment. We know that when you or a loved one suffers from foot pain, the first thing you want is for that pain to be eliminated. Our goal is to identify the problem and develop a treatment plan that will work for you.

Foot Pain
Whether your child is experiencing sport’s related foot pain, you’re a new or long time runner with plantar fasciitis, you have a job that requires you to be on your feet, or your a senior with arthritis, our goal is to stop your foot pain fast so that you or your loved one can get back to living life to its fullest.

Heel Pain and Treatment
We understand that when you experience heel pain or plantar fasciitis, you want quick relief so you can get back to doing the things you love such as running.  We’ll evaluate the pain you’re experiencing and then provide a comprehensive treatment plan tailored to treat your particular foot type, level of inflammation, and lifestyle.

Toenail Fungus Treatment
Are you tired of looking at your ugly fungal toenails? Check out our Seattle Fungal Toenail Center to learn about our Comprehensive Laser Treatment Program.

Ingrown Toenail Treatment
Painful ingrown toenails can happen at any age from children to seniors. If you or your child is living with this painful condition make an appointment today so you don’t have to suffer any longer.

Bunions tend to run in families due to problematic foot structure but can also worsen by wearing inappropriate footwear. Our office provides a range of solutions for this painful condition from more conservative treatments to bunion surgery.

The most common neuroma we see in our patients is called "Morton's Neuroma". Most often found in women this condition causes pain, burning, and numbness between the third and fourth toe. It can also feel like you're walking with a pebble in your shoe.

Achilles Tendonitis
The largest tendon in the human body, the Achilles tendon and can withstand forces of 1,000 pounds or more. It also is the most frequently ruptured tendon, usually as a result of a sports injury. Both professional and weekend athletes may suffer from Achilles tendonitis, a common overuse injury and inflammation of the tendon.

A common problem, hammertoes can be prevented and managed effectively, particularly at the earlier stages of the condition. 

If you have diabetes, it’s essential that you have your feet checked by a podiatrist on an annual basis as this condition can cause many foot complications. Our office keeps track of our diabetic patients to ensure that they have an annual Comprehensive Diabetic Foot Exam and obtain the shoes they need to keep their feet in the best shape possible. 

Sports Injuries
Whether you are a runner or participate in team sports, a sports injury of the foot or ankle can really throw a wrench into your ability to participate. Dr. Rioni Berg has been helping athletes get back on their feet as quickly as possible for over 30 years.

Foot and Ankle Problems in Children
Foot problems run in families. It may be obvious that your child is having a foot problem if they avoid play or complain about foot pain, but often children as young as 5 can have a condition called Progressive Flat Foot which causes no pain at younger ages. If you have flat feet and have experienced foot pain, back pain, and hip pain as a result, it's important to have your child's feet assessed at our Seattle Center for Children's Foot Health.

Fall Prevention for Older Adults
Did you know that 1 out of 3 adults over 65 sustains a fall each year? If you or a loved one is concerned about falling, ask about our "In Balance" designed to help our older patients improve their balance and decrease their chance of falling.

Heel pain, overall foot pain, mechanics of the foot, and back and knee pain can often be effectively treated with orthotics. Our office has the latest technology to ensure that your orthotics are made correctly.