Questions To Ask Your Podiatrist

When it comes to taking care of your feet, you may not even be sure where to begin. It can feel overwhelming and when you first visit your podiatrist, you want to make sure that you have all your questions answered and all of your needs taken care of. Dr. Kent DiNucci, your podiatrist at The Ankle and Foot Clinic in Omaha, NE, can make sure you’re stepping into your next appointment prepared with any questions you need to ensure that you leave fully informed and ready to keep your feet healthy and strong.

Questions to Ask Your Podiatrist

Q. What’s Causing My Foot Pain?

If you’re dealing with foot pain, you should never hesitate to visit our podiatrist in Omaha, NE, as soon as possible for care. Your podiatrist will examine your feet and ask you questions about your pain. This will help them diagnose whatever condition you’re dealing with and get a treatment plan figured out as soon as possible.

Q. What Are My Treatment Options?

When you’re figuring out a treatment plan for whatever condition you’re dealing with, it’s important to ask what your options are, so that you can make sure you’re getting the best plan for you and your lifestyle. Most often, your doctor will start by recommending conservative methods of treatment, which could include ice, rest, elevating the foot, and simple exercises to strengthen and stretch the muscles.

Q. How Can I Prevent Issues From Happening?

Prevention is important and is the best way to ensure that you aren’t dealing with foot pain. This could be by using shoe inserts, wearing properly fitted shoes, or ensuring that you’re visiting your podiatrist on a regular basis.

Contact Your Podiatrist Today

Be ready with all of your questions. Contact Dr. Kent DiNucci, your podiatrist at The Ankle and Foot Clinic in Omaha, NE, to ask any further questions you may have. Call for more information and to schedule an appointment at (402) 331-0221 today.

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