Gentle Foot Care - Euclid

27900 Euclid Ave. Euclid, OH 44132

Podiatrist in Euclid, Ohio

We practice in the same building as Premier Primary Care. We are located near the border of Cuyahoga and Lake County and we proudly serve those communities. 

27900 Euclid Ave.
Euclid, OH 44132

(216) 731-3370

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Get an Appointment with a Professional Euclid Podiatrist for Your Foot Care

Residents of Euclid and Cleveland lead busy lives, tending to take their feet for granted until walking with a sore foot becomes a problem. It is advised to go see a specialist if the symptoms and pain persist. A consultation with a specialist can help you recover your health. There’s no age restriction on visiting your Euclid podiatrist.

Everyone may experience foot aches, from kids to senior citizens. Anyone, from a young child to a great-grandparent, can find themselves needing the services of a podiatrist. When the health of the feet is neglected for a long time, pain and swelling may occur.

What is a Podiatrist?

A doctor of podiatric medicine (DPM) or a podiatrist or foot doctor is trained to diagnose and treat issues relating to the foot, ankle and certain leg structures.Our specialists at our clinics are backed by the Ohio Podiatric Medical Association, as well as the American Podiatric Medical Association. A podiatrist should be certified by passing the standard board examination for the practice.

A doctor of podiatric medicine or easily called as DPM is a professional who finished a total of seven years of preparation and training comprised of medical school institutionalized education and hands-on work in hospitals as residents. At Gentle Foot Care, the board certified/qualified physicians provide conservative treatments whenever possible and surgical treatments when the patient and doctor agree that this is best.

Podiatry Services

A podiatrist is able to perform diagnosis and deliver treatment on a multitude of discomfort, aches, and pains of the feet. Technology which utilizes radiation and sound waves are available across our clinics so you can be served better. The latest technology is used to diagnose and treat foot and ankle ailments, including radiographs and diagnostic ultrasound equipment.

Painful Foot Conditions

Some cases can be solved by a good night’s rest, but it is not advisable to always rely on this initial care. When something is not functioning normally within our body, a feeling of pain is a clear indication. Occasionally foot conditions clear up on their own, but more often that’s not the case.
Common ailments are taken up in the following paragraphs.


Because it is always against the inner surface of shoes, a callus can also develop. A Bunion is described as a swollen hump at the big toe’s foundation. Bunions are caused by continuous rubbing against shoe inside. It can become swollen, painful or feel warm. It can be painful due to swelling and feel warmer to the touch.

Children’s Feet Concerns

There are conditions that may seem negligible during childhood and may evolve into major cases, so it is best to consult a specialist for you to be informed immediately. Letting your child’s feet condition pass on to later stages of childhood may compromise the mobility of your kid in the long run. They may become obvious as soon as the baby is born but there are cases when symptoms become more apparent as time passes by. Problems are safely corrected early.

Some child foot care concerns are:

· Bunions
· In-toeing or out-toeing – feet pointing in or out when walking
· Plantar warts – contagious and fast-spreading plantar warts normally appear on the bottom of the foot – treatment is easy and painless in most cases
· Ingrown toe nails
· Heel pain
· Flat feet
· Toe-walking – possible causes include a bone or neurologic issue or a too-short Achilles tendon

Diabetic Foot and Wound Care

Neuropathy or burning, tingling or numbness in the feet can be a serious problem for diabetics, affecting balance and ability to walk. Because of their condition, simple cuts and wounds in the feet can lead to complications and in worse cases, leg amputation. Diabetics should be extra careful and attentive to the conditions of their feet.

Preventing complications arise from attentive diagnosis.

Ingrown Toenail

Toenails that grow away from their normal path can exert unnecessary force on the delicate skin at the sides of your toes. The big toe becomes red and swollen where the nail is pushing into the skin.

Foot Ache

Because the foot takes in the force of every step and jump, it causes stress that leads to pain and swelling from time to time. Pain can arise from the various joints and ligaments that comprise the foot. The foot is complex, containing one-quarter of the bones in the body, 33 joints and over 100 muscles, ligaments and tendons. Because of continued stress, pains and aches can develop in our feet.

The Hardworking Heel

The health of the heel is important in maintaining the ability to properly walk and run. It is by this bone that we are able to move to and from places.
Heel Injuries Wearing the right size of shoes minimizes the chances of heel pains. Treatments can include a special kind of shoes, ice compress and breaks from strenuous walking and running. Injuries in heels are commonly felt at the base and rear. The heel can suffer from various pains.

Plantar Fasciitis

It is not only felt at the heel, but in other areas as well. This condition can happen in other areas of your foot. Overextension of this ligament can lead to swelling. Plantar fasciitis is the swelling of the ligament that connects the bone of the heel to the other side of the foot.

Heel Spurs

A heel spur is a calcium deposit that causes a bony protrusion on the bottom of the heel bone. This condition is also followed by swelling of the plantar fascia. A spur is a painful aggregation of calcium at the bottom of the heel.

Ankle Pain

Swollen ankles limit the range of movement you can perform. Since the up and down movement of walking is powered by the ankle, any inflammation or injury in this region makes getting around difficult.


Sprains are a common problem for athletes. Sprains are caused by sudden blow on the bone or bending of joints outside their normal range. As every athlete knows, ice helps to reduce the swelling associated with a sprained ankle.

A podiatrist will be able to diagnose and treat a severe case of sprain. Sprains can be mild or extremely painful. In a sprain, at least one ligament on the outside of the ankle has been stretched too far or torn.

Broken Ankles

A podiatrist must see to the condition immediately so that appropriate treatment is administered. A podiatrist is the best authority in identifying and treating ankle fractures. Any break requires proper treatment.


Broken ankles need to be held in place by means of metal pins and holders to promote recovery. The surgery is simple and practical.

We proudly provide foot care for Cuyahoga and Lake County as well as the cities in it like Cleveland, Bay Village, Beachwood, Bedford, Bedford Heights, Berea, Brecksville, Broadview Heights, Brooklyn, Cleveland Heights, East Cleveland, Euclid, Fairview Park, Garfield Heights, Highland Heights, Independence, Lakewood, Lyndhurst, Maple Heights, Mayfield Heights, Middleburg Heights, North Olmsted, North Royalton, Olmsted Falls, Parma, Parma Heights, Pepper Pike, Richmond Heights, Rocky River, Seven Hills, Shaker Heights, Solon, South Euclid, Strongsville, University Heights, Warrensville Heights, Westlake, Chagrin Falls, Eastlake, Kirtland, Mentor, Mentor-On-The-Lake, Painesville, Wickliffe, Wiloughby Hills, Willowick, Fairport Harbor, Grand River, Perry, Timberlake, North Madison and more.

Ohio Podiatrist Locations; Columbus, Cleveland, Newark, Mt. Vernon, Hilliard, Euclid, Galion and Mansfield

Whenever you or any family member are experiencing foot or ankle problems, contact an experienced podiatrist at Gentle Foot Care for the expert foot care you need. Contact us at 1-866-953-3519 for appointments or visit our website for more info.

Business Name Gentle Foot Care - Euclid, Ohio
Phone Number (216) 731-3370
Country United States of America
State/Province Ohio
distance: 5,779 Miles
Address 27900 Euclid Ave. Euclid, OH 44132
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