Aesthetic Foot Care

One of the greatest benefits of living in Scottsdale is that we have beautiful weather all year round.  Unfortunately, unsightly and embarrassing foot conditions keep many people from fully enjoying all that Arizona has to offer. Whether you’re afraid to go out in public in sandals or take your shoes off at the pool, our patients are discovering that life in Arizona is much more fulfilling without the embarrassment and shame over problems with their feet. In fact, for many common foot problems, a simple cosmetic procedure can correct the issue. 

Contact Talus inMotion Foot & Ankle today and schedule a consultation and learn more about our aesthetic foot care services.

Pain in the ball of the foot

Pain in the ball of the foot can make wearing shoes, especially high heels, a burden and can be extremely uncomfortable. The answer doesn’t have to be to stop wearing the footgear you love. Women will continue to wear high heels and men will continue to wear their favorite flip-flops. This type of foot pain can be greatly reduced with the use of cushioning to provide comfort to the foot.

What is fat pad atrophy?

We spend our entire lives on our feet and that pressure can wear on the cushioning that protects the bones in your feet from the ground that you stand, walk and run on. As we age, our body’s natural fat on the bottom of the foot is lost. This is called fat pad atrophy and is common in both men and women.

What causes fat pad atrophy?

There are a number of conditions that can accelerate the breakdown of the fat pads on the bottom of your feet. When these conditions develop, fat pad atrophy can occur as well. Sometimes, fat pad restoration can aid in the treatment of other foot conditions by enhancing comfort and restoring your ability to move.

What conditions can be treated with Fat Pad Restoration?

At times the following conditions can be treated with fillers and fat pad restoration:

  • Bunions
  • Hammer Toes
  • Corns
  • Calluses

Additionally, fillers and fat pad restoration is used in the treatment of pre ulcerative skin conditions among diabetics as a means of protecting the foot from injury.

How is the fat pad in the foot restored?

This is a simple in-office procedure where minimally invasive injection therapy is used to place the fillers in the ball of the foot. The procedure provides instant cushioning, reducing pain in the foot while walking barefoot or in shoes

What type of filler is used?

FDA-approved products, as well as fillers used in the cosmetic industry, are approved for the feet.

Interested in learning more? Contact Talus inMotion Foot & Ankle and schedule a consultation today.

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