West/Central: 1225 East Cliff Dr., suite 2A, El Paso, TX 79902
20+ Years of Experience
Dr. Charles Pittle returned to El Paso in 2003 to begin his private practice.
In June of 2016, Dr. Amy Bodart joined the Practice. She looks forward to meeting & helping you.
On Sept 1, 2016, Dr. Alan Pittle took his last step out of the office & into Retirement! Happy Trails Dr. Alan!
Toenail fungus, or onychomycosis, is an infection underneath the surface of the nail caused by fungi. When the tiny organisms take hold, the nail often becomes darker in color and smells foul.
Children's Foot Care
Create a good foundation for your child's future by helping them take care of their feet while they are young. Talk to your Foot Specialist about any concerns you may have, such as in-toeing, flat feet, sweaty feet, discoloration, etc. After all, their pair must last a lifetime!
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Common Foot Problems
These a just a few of the many foot problems we're here to help with. To view more of our services & conditions that we treat, please click below.
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Our Podiatrists in El Paso, Texas treat a variety of podiatric issues and ailments (such as athlete's foot, bunions, callouses, diabetic foot care, fungal toe nails, hammertoes, heel pain, ingrown toe nails, wound care, etc.). We accept patients of all ages, including infants, children, teenagers and adults. With treatment options ranging from surgical to medical to physical procedures, patients are familiarized with the full scope of options prior to receiving treatment.
Your health is very important to us. If you are uncomfortable, having foot pain or need some general foot care, our foot specialists want to help. Together, we will work to help you feel better as quickly as possible.
Please call (915) 598-3338 to set-up your visit with one of our podiatrists. Patients are seen by appointment.
A bunion is a “bump” on the joint at the base of the big toe—the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint—that forms when the bone or tissue at the big toe joint moves out of place. The toe is forced to bend toward the others, causing a painful lump of bone on the foot. Source: www.apma.org
Heel Pain - Plantar Fasciitis
Heel pain is most often caused by plantar fasciitis, a condition that is sometimes also called heel spur syndrome when a spur is present. Heel pain may also be due to other causes, such as a stress fracture, tendonitis, arthritis, nerve irritation or, rarely, a cyst.
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