Please be advised that Dr. Caleb N. Pace, DPM, AACFAS, will be leaving Shoal Creek Foot & Ankle Center. He will continue to provide care to you until June 29, 2022.
Please be advised that Dr. Brittany M. Ciaramello, DPM, AACFAS, has accepted a position with a practice in another state. May 15th, 2022, will be her last day at Shoal Creek Foot & Ankle Center. We wish her the absolute best in her new venture.
The barrier to a perfect golf swing could lie in your big toe. Or your heel. Or on the ball of your foot. These are the three areas of your feet most likely to cause pain that can ruin your golf swing.
If you start experiencing pain and swelling in the back of your lower leg or heel following exercise, or your lower leg feels stiff and tired during or after exercise, you may have Achilles tendonitis.
Nothing ruins a summer vacation faster than a painful or injured foot. Dr. Ciaramello shares a few simple steps can help keep your feet safe and injury-free so you can enjoy your time off.
With more education and training specific to the foot and ankle than any other healthcare provider, foot & ankle surgeons are the leading experts in foot and ankle care today.
Winter can be dangerous for your feet if you’re living with diabetes. To keep your feet healthy and safe this winter, take these precautions.
Your insurance policy is an agreement between you and your insurance company. The policy lists a package of medical benefits such as tests, drugs, and treatment services.
Shoal Creek Foot & Ankle Center is proud is welcome Brittany M. Ciaramello, DPM, AACFAS!
While foot and ankle injuries are most often associated with hobbies like running, basketball and hiking, hunting can also be the cause of serious injuries to the area. It is important that hunters understand the risks associated with hunting and take the necessary precautions to prevent injury.