If you are experiencing a foot or ankle issue, you should visit one of our expert Loveland podiatrists right away. We treat all extremities below the knee; like bunions, heel pain, ingrown toenails, hammer toe, sports injuries, and more. Our Loveland location was established in 2019 and includes the expertise of Dr. James Anderson (DPM, ABPS, FACFS, FAENS), Dr. Stephen Wilkinson (DPM, ABPS, FACFS), and Dr. Katherine Reeve (DPM).
Dr. Anderson seeks out the latest developments in lower extremity care through training and continuing education and, as a result, is able to bring innovative and state-of-the-art treatments to the Rocky Mountain region.
From basic foot or ankle pain to diabetic foot care, our podiatrists are trained to treat injuries or conditions involving the skeletal system, joints, ligaments, bones and tendons. Dr. Anderson is also dedicated to research in the field of nerve procedures that treat nerve pain, and conducts several research studies with Colorado State University.
All our podiatrists have undergone extensive training, which allows them to provide the best and most comprehensive care of your lower extremities.
While there are hundreds of doctors who treat lower extremities in Loveland, our foot doctors and surgeons focus entirely on these issues and are skilled at finding the root of your foot, ankle, and lower leg problems. In fact, we were the first doctors in the Rocky Mountain region to offer treatments for arthritis pain and neuropathy, and we are always looking for new ways to help our patients live life to the fullest.
The team at Anderson Podiatry is proud to bring comprehensive foot and ankle care to Loveland and its surrounding areas. Our staff and podiatrists have a deep understanding of just how important the health of your feet is. We take every necessary step to provide detailed, specialized care for every patient that comes into our office.
If you are dealing with any problems with your feet or ankles, you may be wondering “who is the best podiatrist near me?” With locations in Loveland, Fort Collins, Cheyenne and Broomfield, look no further than the experts at Anderson Podiatry.
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