Conditions

Since 2003, Trinity Foot Center has helped keep working Texans and their families on their feet!

Our podiatric physician and surgeon, Dr. Lisa Brandy, provides comprehensive conservative and surgical treatment options for a wide range of foot and ankle conditions.

Feet and ankles are not supposed to hurt. If you are experiencing any problems, we will provide a complete evaluation and create a customized treatment plan to get you back to feeling your best.

Some of the conditions we treat include:

Heel Pain

Heel pain is the most common issue we treat at Trinity Foot Center. There are many possible causes of heel pain, including plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, heel spurs, and more. Most can be treated conservatively, but you need to come see us! We will evaluate your shoe gear, perform any necessary diagnostic tests, and prescribe appropriate treatments such as injections, physical therapy, or orthotics.

Diabetic Foot Conditions

Too much sugar in the bloodstream damages nerves and circulation and can leave you more susceptible to serious foot conditions such as neuropathy, peripheral artery disease, and foot wounds. Without treatment, these conditions could even lead to amputations. Dr. Brandy specializes in advanced care for diabetes-related conditions, including in-office wound care.

Skin and Toenail Conditions

Skin and toenail problems are often unsightly and embarrassing, but they can also be painful and dangerous, too—especially if you have diabetes. We fix ingrown toenails, provide advanced medical and aesthetic treatments for fungal toenails, thin and remove corns and calluses, and care for other conditions including dry skin, cracked heels, athlete’s foot, warts, foot odor and more.

Heel Pain

Heel pain is the most common issue we treat at Trinity Foot Center. There are many possible causes of heel pain, including plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, heel spurs, and more. Most can be treated conservatively, but you need to come see us! We will evaluate your shoe gear, perform any necessary diagnostic tests, and prescribe appropriate treatments such as injections, physical therapy, or orthotics.

Diabetic Foot Conditions

Too much sugar in the bloodstream damages nerves and circulation and can leave you more susceptible to serious foot conditions such as neuropathy, peripheral artery disease, and foot wounds. Without treatment, these conditions could even lead to amputations. Dr. Brandy specializes in advanced care for diabetes-related conditions, including in-office wound care.

Skin and Toenail Conditions

Skin and toenail problems are often unsightly and embarrassing, but they can also be painful and dangerous, too—especially if you have diabetes. We fix ingrown toenails, provide advanced medical and aesthetic treatments for fungal toenails, thin and remove corns and calluses, and care for other conditions including dry skin, cracked heels, athlete’s foot, warts, foot odor and more.

Other Conditions

In addition to the specialty areas above, we also care for conditions including:

  • Foot deformities such as bunions, hammertoes, and flat feet
  • Sports injures including ankle pain, shin splints, and fractures
  • Other painful conditions including neuromas, foot and ankle arthritis, and arch pain
  • Childhood foot conditions
  • Issues affecting balance

The bottom line: If you or any member of your family is suffering from pain or any problems in the feet or ankles, we can help!

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Lisa Brandy and the Trinity Foot Center team, please give us a call today at (972) 293-9650.

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    Office Hours
    Monday 8:30am - 5pm
    Tuesday 8:30am - 5pm
    Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
    Thursday 8:30am - 6pm
    Friday 8:30am - Noon

    Contact

    p. (972) 293-9650
    f.  (972) 291-2533

    Location

    1801 N. Hampton Road
    Suite 340
    DeSoto, TX 75115

    Inside the Inwood National Bank Building on the 3rd Floor

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