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Foot and Ankle Specialist

Dr. Daniel Craig specializes in podiatry, focusing on diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of conditions related to the foot, ankles, and lower legs.

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Common Foot and Ankle Problems

Podiatrists are trained to manage a wide range of foot and ankle problems, from minor issues such as ingrown toenails and corns to more complex conditions such as diabetic foot ulcers and sports injuries.

At Galloway Orthopedics, we provide foot and ankle care for patients in the Greater Tampa Bay Area: including Oldsmar, Westchase, Clearwater, Safety Harbor, Palm Harbor, and the surrounding area.

Fractures and sprains

We can help you regain mobility and relieve pain.

Diabetic foot care

We can help provide preventative care, wound care, and help manage complications such as foot ulcers.

Bunions and hammertoes

Treatments include orthotics, exercises, and surgery to reduce pain and improve foot function.

Nail disorders

We diagnose and treat fungal infections, ingrown toenails, and other deformities to improve foot health.

Arthritis in the foot and ankle 

Restore mobility through medication, physical therapy, or surgery.

Heel pain

We can help identify the underlying cause of problematic foot pain, as well as recommend treatment.


What is plantar fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is a very common pain at the bottom of the heel. Most patients feel the pain with the first step in the morning or after extended periods of sitting/driving. Cause - The cause is usually some combination of tightness of the foot and calf, weakness of the foot, improper athletic training, or stress on the arch of the foot. The plantar fascia is designed to maintain strain and stress from load impact (running, sports, walking). When there is too much pressure, the tissue can become damaged or even tear. This initiates a inflammation response causing heel pain. Patients with flat feet or high arches have a great risk of injury to the fascia.

We are accepting new patients for foot and ankle care!


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