Skin Conditions in Waxhachie, TX
Get Comprehensive Care from Award-Winning Foot Specialists
Our highly-experienced podiatrists have the expertise to diagnose and treat a variety of foot and ankle skin conditions in Waxahachie, TX. The most common treatments are for corns, calluses, warts, fungus, athlete’s foot, and ingrown toenails. While not dangerous, these types of skin conditions often get worse over time, can be painful, and can return to the affected area if not treated correctly the first time.
Since 1998, Family Foot & Ankle Centers has helped thousands of patients with their skin conditions.
We can diagnose and treat skin conditions such as:
- Athlete’s foot
- Ingrown toenails
- Cracked or dry skin
- Wounds or sores
- Discolored skin
If you experience or notice early signs of any of these conditions, we urge you to give our Waxahachie office a call today. The quicker we take care of it, the faster your foot or ankle will heal.
Experience Our Award-Winning Care for Skin Conditions in Waxahachie, TX, Today!
To learn more about skin conditions and our available treatments, schedule an appointment today by calling us at 972-597-4132 or by clicking here to use our convenient online form. We offer same-day appointments and have bilingual Spanish-speaking professionals on staff for your convenience. During your appointment, our team will be happy to answer all your questions about our treatments, our office, our flexible payment options, and anything else you may want to know about us! Call today – we can’t wait to help you live your life pain-free!
As the premier podiatry centers in Waxahachie, Corsicana and Ennis, TX, our foot doctors and team at Family Foot & Ankle Centers also provide 5-star podiatry care to patients in our surrounding areas. We proudly serve patients in Navarro and Ellis counties and surrounding areas including Corsicana, Mexia, Ennis, Waxahachie, Midlothian, Desoto, Cedar Hill, Lancaster, Duncanville, Arlington and Mansfield. The Foot Specialists at Family Foot & Ankle Centers are improving lives one foot at a time.