Serving Lafayette and surrounding areas for more than two decades, Acadiana Foot Centers is home to the podiatrists you need to find the relief you’ve been waiting for. The feet and ankles are the foundation for the rest of the body. Problems with your feet or ankles can cause complication in your knees, hips, and back-- and then can alter how you stand and walk. As highly trained and experienced physicians, we are committed to helping patients keep their feet and ankles healthy and to treating any conditions which may develop. We treat a full range of foot and ankle problems from the smallest to the most complex. To help you understand your options, we have included descriptions of some of our leading services on this page.
Preventative foot care is an important element of good health for all ages. For our diabetic patients it is paramount. Our prevention and routine care programs include:
Care of ingrown nails, infections, and skin conditions
Debridement of nails, fungal nails, corns, and calluses
Complete diabetic foot care and education
Design and fit of custom orthotics
Foot care consultation and education
The most common ailment we treat, heel arch pain is typically caused by plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition due to small tears within the fascia. There are a number of causes that lead to the development of this condition. We offer a quick treatment plan to get you back on your feet without painful injections.
From diabetic insoles to the most advanced custom orthotics, Acadiana Foot Center is the South's premier center for complete orthotic therapy. To ensure our patients the most effective devices, we offer gait analysis, complete bio mechanical evaluation, and custom casting.
We are committed to provide the method of treatment that will allow for the greatest patient benefit. In some cases, this may mean surgery. We perform:
Arthroscopy of the foot and ankle
Cyst and tumor surgery
endoscopy to relieve heel pain
reconstructive and functional surgery
surgery for arthritic conditions
surgery for ingrown toenails and warts
We maintain an office surgical suite where a number of procedures can be performed. When more extensive faciclites are required, we are affiliated with Regional Medical Center, Park Place Surgical Hospital, Lafayette General Medical Center, and Our Lady of Lourdes.
Ankle sprains and strains
Foot and ankle arthritis
Congenital and acquired foot deformities
Corns and callouses
Foot and ankle fractures
Foot orthotics and diabetic shoe prescriptions