Patient Information is Key to Healthy Feet and Ankles

Patient NewslettersGoogle has become an action verb in our American lexicon. You can Google any topic, but that doesn’t mean that you’ll always get the information you’re looking for. Dr. Craig H. Thomajan DPM, FACFAS understands that you want high-quality, easy-to-understand material that answers your foot and ankle health questions. That’s why the experts at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists provide you with excellent patient education through online resources.

Patient information is a vital part of what we provide. Understanding the health of your feet and ankles empowers you to make the best, most informed decisions regarding treatment and after-care. While we pride ourselves on our excellent diagnosis and treatment, a strong partnership between patient and doctor is another key ingredient to the health and wellness of your foundation. Reading about common foot conditions prior to your appointment will help you generate questions so that we can address all of your concerns.

Take time to check out the links provided below. You’ll find newsletters and pages that will keep you up to date and well informed.  Ready to take the next step? Don’t hesitate to call our office at (512) 328-8900 today, or schedule an appointment online.


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  • Heel Pain Center of Central Texas The Heel Pain Center will offer a variety of treatment options for individuals suffering from heel pain.
  • Post-Static Dyskinesia Patients with plantar fasciitis can experience post-static dyskinesia frequently but may not recognize the term. Dr. Craig H. Thomajan DPM, FACFAS explores the issue.
  • Plantar Fasciitis Austin, TX Learn about symptoms and treatment for a common form of heel pain known as plantar fasciitis from the professionals at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists.
  • Haglund's Deformity Haglund’s deformity is a condition associated with women’s footwear, to the point it is called “pump bump.” Dr. Craig H. Thomajan DPM, FACFAS discusses.
  • Bone Spurs: Excessive Tissue Growth Austin’s podiatric leader, Dr. Craig H. Thomajan, discusses why bone spurs occur, what issues they may pose, and how they can be treated when necessary.
  • Adult Flatfoot | Fallen Arches | PTTD When your arch collapses, you need treatment, and maybe even surgery, to correct the issue. Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists have the expert skills to help.
  • What Is a Plantar Plate Tear? A plantar plate tear can lead to toe deformity, but the professionals at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists provide the treatment you need.
  • Pregnancy | Feet | Edema During pregnancy, it may be impossible to see your feet, but it is important not to neglect them, say the experts at Austin Foot and Ankle Specialists.
  • Equinus | Ankle Joint Restriction | Achilles Tendon A common symptom of Equinus is toe walking. Texas Podiatrist explains related problems and treatments.
  • High Arches: Causes, symptoms and complications Central Texas Podiatrist explains causes, how to recognize it and complications of high arches.