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Foot and Ankle
Care and Surgery
From routine checkups to treatments for surgery, Denton Foot and Ankle Surgery is equipped to handle all your podiatric needs. To help you understand your options, we’ve included descriptions of some of our leading services on this page.
Our Top Services
Take a closer look at some of our most popular services and see what is right for you and your foot and ankle health.
Steps to a Healthier You
We make it simple and easy to schedule your appointment.
Get in touch with us via phone/email/website contact page
Our phone number is 940-268-3839. Our email is email@example.com. Click on our contact page to contact us via the website.
We will set up an appointment for you.
We will find the best availability for you during our working hours.
We will provide you with the patient paperwork
Please fill out all of the forms provided to you prior to your appointment.
Meet Our Team
Dr. Richey-Smith completed her undergraduate work at Kansas Wesleyan University, and received her doctorate in podiatric medicine from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, PA.
How To Have a
Healthy Foot Life
8 out of 10 Americans have experienced a foot problem according to a 2014 survey, everything from ingrown nails to chronic foot pain. To avoid being one of the 8-10 you should do the following. Number one be sure you are in the proper shoe for the activity you perform. Check your feet daily for any signs of change, such as a change in foot shape, foot sensations such as tingling, numbness, pain etc, changes in color, pain or discomfort during activity, any sores, calluses or blisters that do not heal. You should also exercise regularly, this will help increase circulation to your feet, prevent cramps and keep your muscles in good shape.
If you are experiencing pain do not wait too long to have them checked by a board-certified podiatric surgeon, so the pain does not become chronic. The healthier you keep your feet, the longer they will be able to support your healthy and active lifestyle.