White Plains, Ny Foot Doctor Treats Patients' Foot And Ankle Ailments

By: Gen Wright

WHITE PLAINS, NY - As with most injuries and ailments, surgery is sometimes needed. Dr. Eric Peters, a White Plains, NY foot doctor, strives to provide accurate diagnosis for patients and their conditions so that they can continue to complete their daily activities without pain. Whether a patient is suffering from heel pain, bunions or ankle complications, Dr. Peters utilizes the best practices to provide the best treatment options. While some conditions only require conservative treatments, some patients in White Plains require foot surgery to further treat their ailments.

"Surgery is not always the first choice for treatment, but it is utilized when needed. Whether my patients are suffering from bunions or ankle injuries, my staff and I will properly diagnose each patient's ailment so that we can provide the best treatment options possible. From conservative methods to surgery, we work together to find relief for our patients' pain," said Dr. Eric Peters of foot surgery at the White Plains office.

Foot and ankle surgery is a sub-specialty of orthopedics and podiatry that deals with the treatment, diagnosis and prevention of disorders of the foot and ankle. Dr. Eric Peters is a Diplomate at the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and is also Board Certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, which further showcases his commitment and ability to provide superior foot surgery for patients in White Plains.

If a patient in White Plains has a bunion, Dr. Peters, a White Plains, NY foot doctor, offers various treatment options to provide relief. However, surgery is sometimes the best option for providing relief for a patient with a bunion in White Plains. Bunions are progressive bone deformities of the foot that often cause recurring or chronic inflammation, irritation, and pain that require surgical correction. Surgical removal of a bunion is called a bunionechtomy in which there are multiple types that are designed to resolve different structural changes that are cause by the deformity.

Surgery can also be used to correct a serious deformity of the ankle and its bone structure. Injury, birth defects, or changes throughout the course of life are the usual culprits. Diseases, such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and neuromuscular conditions, may cause severe foot and ankle deformities that, over time, cause pain and difficulty walking. Dr. Peters will properly diagnose a patient's deformity in order to determine the best treatment option.

Ankle surgeries emphasize the realignment of the structure either around or after removal of the deformity. To maintain the appropriate alignment during, and beyond, the healing process, Dr. Peters will utilize various kinds of internal and external fixation devices. Surgery of the ankle will vary in complexity, length, and severity, yet many of them today are conducted on a same-day, outpatient basis.

Visiting Dr. Eric Peters will properly diagnose patients' ailments and conditions. Through proper diagnosis, Dr. Peters will determine if foot surgery is needed. For more information on foot surgery and other podiatric information, patients can visit the website for Dr. Eric Peters at http://www.drericpeters[dot]com.

About Dr. Eric Peters: Dr. Eric Peters is a board certified podiatrist, and has been in private practice in New York since 1980. He specializes in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, and has performed thousands of surgical procedures within the last 32 years. Dr. Peters was born and raised in NYC and attended the NY College of Podiatric Medicine in 1980. He is also a Diplomate at the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, certified in PinPointe Laser and is Board Certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. Dr. Peters offers an array of services and treatments, including the treatment of heel pain, bunions and toenail fungus, among others.

Media Contact:
Dr. Eric Peters
[email protected][dot]com
171 E. Post Rd. Suite 210-211
White Plains, NY 10601
(914) 285-4444

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