Your Feet First: Serving the PhiladelphiaTri-state since 1987

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At Healthmark Foot and Ankle Associates we can banish the pain and help you get back to your daily life. Serving the tri-state Philadelphia area for 30 years.

Foot and Ankle Wound Healing and Skin Grafting

Foot and ankle wounds can happen with accidents, sports, shin injuries, or trauma related to underlying medica...

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Second Opinions

When you have received a diagnosis, it can often be incorrect. And the internet is not always correct when you...

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Children's Foot Injuries

Children's foot injuries can occur as a result of various factors such as accidents, sports activities, or...

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Ankle and Foot Surgery

When surgery is the best option for your condition, you can rest knowing that Healthmark Foot and Ankle Associ...

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Sever's Disease

Is your child complaining of heel pain? During growth spurts, Sever’s disease, also known as calcaneal a...

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Foot Puncture Wounds

You are at risk for foot puncture wounds if you walk barefoot or wear sandals or open-toed shoes that do not p...

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Plantar Plate Tear

An ultrasound, MRI, or X-ray may be ordered to diagnose the plantar plate tear. This condition is very misdiag...

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Nerve Pain

With nerve pain, you may not have back or leg symptoms or sciatica pain but a burning left big toe, sharp, bur...

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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Your tibial nerve passes through a narrow space in the ankle called the tarsal tunnel. It is known as tarsal t...

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Peripheral Neuropathy

Diabetes is the leading cause of peripheral neuropathy. Healthmark Foot & Ankle Associates are highly trai...

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Plantar Fibromas

Plantar fibromas are small nodules, benign (non-cancerous) growths that develop on the plantar fascia, the rub...

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Peroneal Tendon Injuries

Do you feel unstable when you are walking or running, have weakness in the ankle, or have outer foot pain? You...

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Peripheral Artery Disease

This circulatory disorder occurs when arteries narrow or have a blockage outside the heart, typically in the l...

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7 Health Warnings Your Skin and ToeNails May Be Giving 

Skin and health are more important than you may realize. While foot and ankle health is commonly thought of as...

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High Arches

Do you feel the arches in your feet higher than others? High arches can be genetic/familial but also caused by...

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Have you heard the term “pigeon-toed?” This is what many call intoeing. This inward turning of the...

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Pronation Care

Pronation and underpronation are normal, necessary movements of the foot. When range of motion becomes excessi...

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Hallux Rigidus | Hallux Limitis

Do you have pain in your big toe? Is there swelling, stiffness, or difficulty bending your big toe? You could ...

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Haglund’s Deformity

Caused when the soft tissue near the back of the heel becomes irritated when the large, bony lump rubs against...

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Frieberg’s Disease

Frieberg’s disease, also known as Frieberg infraction, is a condition that affects the metatarsal bones ...

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Charcot Foot

Are the bones and joints in your feet deformed without pain, or perhaps you have redness or swelling? You coul...

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Heel Bursitis

Heel bursitis is tiny sacs of fluid at the back of or under the heel, which can become inflamed, causing pain,...

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Achilles Tendon Injuries

Prevent painful Achilles tendonitis or injury before it starts. Respond to your feet' distress signals. Yo...

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Women's Health at Healthmark

Many women suffer from Vitamin D deficiencies, inflammation or weight gain, osteopenia or osteoporosis, skin a...

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Covid-19 Resource Reading Page

Healthmark provides a list of reference websites and articles for better understanding the Covid-19 Pandemic. ...

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Ankle Sprain

An estimated 25,000 people experience an ankle sprain each day, making this injury one of the most common. Any...

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Athlete's Foot

Also called “tinea pedis”, athlete’s foot is a fungal infection that commonly appears betwee...

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If you suffer from bunions, you know how painful they can become. These bony enlargements, usually occurring a...

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Caused by pressure or rubbing on the skin, corns are usually formed when shoes fit improperly. While very anno...

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One complication of diabetes is a tendency to foot problems. Diabetics can be afflicted with diabetic neuropat...

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Flat Feet

The condition known as flat feet, sometimes also called “fallen arches”, is a common problem. Alth...

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Gout is a painful form of arthritis that can be found in joints throughout the entire body. Gout is commonly f...

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When the toe is permanently bent in a claw-like position, it is called hammertoe. Usually appearing in the sec...

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Heel Pain

When a hook of bone forms on the heel bone, it is called a heel spur. This condition is sometimes linked with ...

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Plantar Warts

Warts can come in all different shapes and sizes, especially on the foot and toes. Warts are very hard to trea...

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Pressure Wave Therapy

Pressure Wave Therapy is an effective pain management method for treating chronic pain found throughout the wh...

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Raynaud's Phenomenon

Raynaud’s is a disorder that causes blood vessel spasms usually within the hands and feet resulting in d...

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Scleroderma is the hardening and inflammation of many organs in the body. In most cases of scleroderma, the in...

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Toenail Health

Millions of people suffer from nail problems. At Healthmark we are here to diagnose and treat all ailments of ...

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Vitamin D Deficiency

Vitamin D deficiency is a condition that affects 50-75% of Americans. When the body lack the vital effects of ...

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Your Feet First at Healthmark Foot and Ankle

When you come to see us, we want you to be comfortable from the very start. Our doctors, office staff and patients work together as equal partners to deliver the kind of medical attention many health care offices just don’t have time for. How are we different?

  • Our number one goal is to help each patient find physical relief as quickly as possible and get back to living a normal life.
  • We believe our patients deserve information. Our goal is to educate each patient and begin a treatment program with the highest quality of care available.
  • We have helped people from all walks of life, of all ages and with all kinds of problems.
  • We keep you in the game. This slogan sums up our busy sports injury practice. We have helped many patients who play organized sports, run, jog, and swim get back to doing the things they love.  Many of our patients are high level, amateur, professional, and collegiate athletes.
  • We work as a team with you and your other doctors to give you the best possible care. Our coordinated care approach allows us to closely monitor your related health conditions and develop the best treatment for you as an individual.
  • Our reputation is solid. We have a history of established distinction serving the Philadelphia Tri-State area.
  • We are accessible. We offer three convenient locations in Exton, Media, and Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

Experience a Modern Approach for Timeworn Foot and Ankle Problems
At Healthmark, we pride ourselves on our up-to-date, cutting edge treatment and surgical options. Our foot and ankle specialists keep abreast of every medical advancement in foot and ankle ailments and apply the latest technology to your care.

Don’t Let Your Problems Drag On
Your enjoyment of life and all it has to offer can be seriously disrupted by foot and ankle conditions. Yet too many people wait to see a foot and ankle specialist, hoping their pain will go away on its own. Unfortunately, this waiting can allow your condition to worsen, becoming something much more serious than it would have been with earlier treatment.

Skin Cancer of the Lower Extremities: Are You at Risk?

Learn about the common causes of skin cancer, risk factors, different types of cancer, how skin cancer is diagnosed, and more in this free report.

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Our society eats more and exercises less. The consequence? Metabolic syndrome.

If you think you could be suffering from metabolic syndrome, you need to read this report. It covers the signs often found in the feet and how to address it.

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The Foot is Not an Island !

Vitamin D deficiency has gotten a lot of attention in recent years and for good reason. To find out if you are deficient, order your free copy of our report.

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