Experienced Foot Doctor Serving Ripley, WV
Assisting Patients’ Podiatric Needs in Ripley, WV, & Jackson County
Kanawha Valley Foot & Ankle Associates is a modern and comfortable foot and ankle clinic. Our friendly and professional staff is eager to assist you with your podiatric needs. No matter the age or ailment, Kanawha Valley Foot & Ankle Associates in St. Albans, WV, is here to help. Our foot and ankle doctors and clinic staff go out of their way to make all podiatry patients from Jackson County, WV, feel comfortable. If are in Ripley, Ravenswood, Kenna, and surrounding areas, make an appointment with us for treatment. Please call us at (304) 727-9200 to ask questions or to schedule an appointment. As a podiatrist near you, we are conveniently located at 105 6th Ave in St. Albans, WV, and our clinic hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Our Services for Jackson County Patients Include, But are Not Limited to:
Crucial Care for Peripheral Neuropathy Patients in Ravenswood, WV
Peripheral neuropathy is one of the leading causes of limb amputation because patients are unable to feel or notice wounds, infections, or other detrimental issues that may arise. A simple cut can turn into something much worse when neglected. Peripheral neuropathy is nerve damage in the arms, legs, hands, and feet. Kanawha Valley Foot & Ankle Associates compassionately and expertly treats podiatry patients with peripheral neuropathy. If is crucial for peripheral neuropathy patients in Ravenswood, WV, to visit a specialist to keep an eye on the affected limbs.
Treat Troublesome Bunions at Kanawha Valley Foot & Ankle Associates
Kanawha Valley Foot & Ankle Associates treats podiatry patients in Ripley, Ravenswood, Kenna, and throughout Jackson County with troublesome bunions. Bunions are misaligned big toe joints that can become swollen and tender, causing the first joint of the big toe to slant outward, and the second joint to angle toward the other toes. Bunions tend to be hereditary but shoes that are too narrow in the forefoot can aggravate the condition. In most cases, surgery is necessary to correct the problem.