Mobile Podiatry

Dr. Lavergne Andre of Loving Hands Podiatry is a mobile podiatrist in the Maryland and DC area. She is an excellent resource for those who find it challenging to get to a clinic in their area, as she will treat you in the comfort of your home, whether you just had a baby, just had surgery or have limited mobility.

Neuropathy Treatments

Neuropathy treatments are designed to relieve pain and improve the overall quality of life. A person with peripheral neuropathy will experience several symptoms, including numbness and tingling in the hands and feet.

Treatments may involve Laser Therapy, ECT therapy by sanexas, physical therapy, pain relievers, or surgery. The aim is to help slow down the progression of the disease and prevent its occurrence.

Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is a noninvasive, painless procedure that accelerates healing. A laser is a light penetrating the skin to promote tissue regeneration. 

For example, this is an excellent way to treat plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, post-surgical pain or wounds. 

Laser therapy doesn't require surgery or produce any adverse side effects.

Athletes Foot Care

Athlete's foot is a common condition that affects up to 15% of the population. It is caused by a fungus, and the fungi thrive in damp, dark places. Some types of the disease can cause chronic dry skin.This can lead to a scaly rash that may develop into blisters. 

If you notice the signs of an athlete's foot, make an appointment with a podiatrist. They can help you determine the severity of the infection and prescribe medication to treat it.

Diabetic Foot Care

If you have diabetes, you have a heightened risk of developing a foot ulcer. This can lead to amputation. However, proper diabetic foot care can prevent this from happening.

If you are diabetic, you should have your feet checked every year. You should also moisturize your feet regularly. Applying moisturizer after a shower is a good idea, but avoid moisturizing between your toes, as it can encourage a fungal infection.

As a mobile podiatrist in the Maryland and DC area, Dr. Andre can help you with diabetic foot care at your home. 

Geriatric Foot Care

The feet of a senior citizen are more susceptible to problems and diseases. This makes it essential for older adults to maintain their foot health. 

Foot conditions such as ingrown toenails, calluses, and heel pain can be excruciating. 

As an alternative to visiting a clinic, senior citizens can avail themselves of our mobile podiatry service services.

Call Loving Hands Podiatry at (301) 323-5652 to set up your appointment with Maryland and DC area mobile podiatrist Dr. Andre. 

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