By Sandra Gotman, DPM • October 3, 2019 • No Comments
The human foot has 33 joints and a network of more than 100 tendons, muscles, and ligaments, all connected to 26 bones of which the heel is the largest. It’s no wonder so many people have foot pain and come to me complaining most often about heel pain. Their pain can occur in any part […]
By Sandra Gotman, DPM • June 20, 2019 • No Comments
Maybe you don’t think having a yellowed or thickened toenail is all that important. Or, do you believe that having athlete’s foot is easy to treat with an over-the-counter spray? But, even a minor discoloration can be a sign of toenail fungus (onychomycosis) that’s worthy of an appointment to my office since it can lead […]
By Sandra Gotman, DPM • May 9, 2019 • No Comments
Heel pain can be extremely debilitating but, for most of my patients, I can help them successfully resolve it with proper diagnosis and conservative measures. To do so, nothing is more important than making sure I get a proper history and perform a complete and thorough patient examination to diagnose heel pain, actually all foot pain, for that matter.
By Sandra Gotman, DPM • April 10, 2019 • No Comments
The following information may help you understand many foot and lower leg problems: Your feet and lower legs are innervated by the nerves that exit your lower back coming from the lumbar nerves roots four and five and the sacral nerves one and two. This may sound complicated, but what it means for you is […]
We work to make every aspect of your visit the most satisfying experience you’ve had. We treat patients of all ages, and our friendly staff strives to ensure a pleasant office visit.
Miami Podiatrist Dr. Sandra Gotman provides each patient with the information you need to make good choices about your foot and ankle care. We don’t simply want to tell you about your diagnoses; we also want to work with you to determine the best plan for treatment of your foot and ankle discomfort.
We approach foot and ankle care with a humble, yet educated and experienced approach.
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