Fremont Foot Clinic - 402-721-2698

Blair Foot Clinic - 402-426-1239

Cottonwood Clinic - 402-374-1641

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Maple Hill Foot Clinic - 402-397-3668

Fallbrook Foot Clinic - 402-441-3575

Hastings Foot Clinic - 402-462-2331

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Count on all four facilities being participating providers for all major health plans

Sports Injuries:

While sports injuries are a setback, it is important to treat the injury and allow time for healing.



The most common big toe problems and is a boney bump, usually near the base of the big toe. They can cause your foot to change shape, making it uncomfortable to wear shoes, run or even walk.


- Positional ( mild )

- Moderate

- Structural ( Severe )


Degenerative Joint Disease (Arthritis):

Caused by bone growth, usually in the joint of the big toe. If left untreated, this can cause the cartilage in the toe to break down. Treatment depends on the severity of the arthritis.


Heal and Arch Problems:

Results from poor foot mechanics.


Plantar Fasciitis:

The plantar fascia is the tough band of tissue that runs from the heel of the foot to the ball. This band becomes painful when it is pulled or stretched causing plantar fasciitis.


Bone Spurs

- Plantar Heel Spur

- Spur on the back of the heel

- Mid-foot Joint Spur


Toe Spurs:

These can be an isolated condition, or occur along with other foot conditions. These are usually painful when walking.


Hammer Toes:

One or more toes curl or bend abnormally. This condition is caused by inherited muscle problem, abnormal bone length or poor foot mechanics.


Flexible Hammer Toes:

You are able to straighten the buckled joints and may become rigid over time. Corns, irritation, and pain are common symptoms.


Rigid Hammer Toes:

Are fixed and not flexible. Some symptoms are corns, pain, and loss of function.


Flat Foot:

When the arch of your foot begins to loose strength, the framework within the foot begin to collapse. This will soon put a strain on the joints in the foot. If caught early enough, this can be treated without surgery.


Nail Problems:

Can be caused by various ways, fungal infections, inherited nail deformities, injuries, pressure, or disease.


- Thickened Nails

- Ingrown Nails

- Black and Blue Nails



Warts are an infection caused by a virus that is spread easily through public places like showers, gyms, and locker rooms. Always wear sandals and keep your feet clean and dry. Treatment through acidic medication, curettage, or by laser.



Can be caused by wearing shoes that are too tight. This will cause the metatarsal bones to squeeze together, pinching the nerves that run between them. This condition can be very painful when standing or walking.


Plantar Callus:

When one metatarsal bone is longer or lower than the others. This can cause pain or irritation to the foot.

Our podiatry services include:

No matter what your age, it is important to maintain proper foot mechanics. Many foot and joint ailments can be caused through poor foot mechanics and excess pressure. These problems can be prevented by learning the appropriate way to walk, run and even stand. Some foot and joint problems are not so preventable. These are attributed to inherited genes, and disease.


For young children, it is important that they are fitted with shoes that fit their feet. If your child keeps complaining of foot pain, take them to the doctor. Children’s foot care is important because it affects their foot health for the rest of their life. Don’t force your child to walk, and don’t worry if their feet are fat, flat or floppy, this is normal.

Pamper your feet

Complete podiatry services

- Board Certified

- American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine

- Clinical Professor

- Creighton University School of Medicine

- Chosen as America's Top Podiatrists by the Washington D.C. Research Council

Dr. James T. Vukonich

- Board Certified

- American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine

Dr. Ronald L. Korbelik

Therapist and patient with foot injury