As a person ages, their foot health becomes increasingly vital. Our feet and their ability to carry us directly impact our mobility, independence, and overall quality of life. At Lake Erie Podiatry, we recognize the significance of maintaining optimal foot health, especially for seniors. Under the expert guidance of Dr. Michael Ruiz, DPM, we're committed to providing specialized senior foot care services tailored to address the unique needs of our older patients.
As a skilled and compassionate podiatrist, Dr. Ruiz understands the importance of personalized care. Our clinic offers a range of treatments and services designed to help seniors avoid unnecessary discomfort and prevent more severe complications from developing. From routine foot examinations and preventive care to and , Dr. Ruiz and the team at Lake Erie Podiatry are dedicated to helping seniors maintain healthy feet for an active and fulfilling lifestyle.
Trust your feet to the experienced care of Dr. Michael Ruiz, DPM, at Lake Erie Podiatry, where our primary goal is to keep you moving comfortably and confidently throughout your golden years.
As we age, our feet can start to suffer from a variety of issues that can make it difficult to move around and remain active. By addressing potential issues early on, seniors can avoid unnecessary discomfort and prevent more severe problems from developing. Common symptoms of senior foot problems include:
At Lake Erie Podiatry, we offer a variety of treatment options to address common foot issues, including:
Remember, early detection and treatment are essential in maintaining good foot health throughout your life. Consult with a podiatrist, like Dr. Michael Ruiz, DPM, at Lake Erie Podiatry, to discuss any concerns or symptoms you may be experiencing.
As we age, the natural fat pads on our feet begin to thin, making them more susceptible to pain and discomfort. Additionally, seniors may have reduced circulation, loss of sensation due to conditions like diabetes, and a higher likelihood of developing arthritis. These factors, combined with years of wear and tear on the feet, contribute to an increased risk of foot problems in older individuals.
Proper foot hygiene is essential for preventing infections and maintaining overall foot health. Seniors should wash their feet daily with mild soap and warm water, dry them thoroughly (especially between the toes), and apply a moisturizing cream or lotion to prevent dry skin. It's also important to wear clean, moisture-wicking socks and well-ventilated shoes to keep feet dry and comfortable.
As part of our goal to make the process of accessing quality foot care as seamless and stress-free as possible, Lake Erie Podiatry is proud to accept insurance from a wide range of providers in the region. We also recommend that you consult with your insurance provider prior to scheduling an appointment to confirm your coverage and avoid any unexpected expenses.
If you have any questions about billing, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team is always happy to help!
To get started on the path to better foot health, simply reach out to Lake Erie Podiatry via phone or take advantage of our easy-to-use online appointment request form. Our dedicated team is here to assist you every step of the way!