COVID-19 Update

To better protect our patients and staff, our office is screening every patient that presents to the office for their appointment. We are asking only the patient enter the office and anyone who accompanies them please wait in their vehicle.

We are only allowing one patient at a time to enter the lobby and once they have been through the screening process we will let the next patient waiting to enter. Our screening process includes answering a few questions, having their temperature taken and given hand sanitizer to use.

We are also locking our front door throughout the day during our normal hours. If you come by the office and the door is locked please knock. If we do not answer the door please give the office a call at 850-771-2001. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we take these precautions to better ensure the health and safety of everyone.

Foot and Ankle

Your feet are to your body like wheels on a car and injuries to them can literally stop us in our tracks.  Over a lifetime the stress placed on your feet from age related issues, athletics or unexpected injury can be painful and debilitating.  The ankles which provide us stability are especially vulnerable to problems and it's a common issue that they deteriorate over time as the body grows and we get older.  Athletes and physically active people are most likely to sustain foot or ankle injury as youths and into middle age.  Older adults will experience symptoms from bone loss and disease as well as deterioration in movement, as supporting muscles and tissue weaken over the years.  We treat most of the common problems related to foot and ankle health and will be glad to discuss those issues which are bringing you pain or discomfort and help to get you back on your feet again.


Common Problems


Achilles Tendon Injuries
Chronic Ankle Instability
Neuropathy & Nerve Compression
Fractures & Breaks
Heel spurs
Ligament injuries
Problems of the big toe joint
Severe sprains




Arthroscopic Surgery
Braces & Strapping
Custom Orthodics
Callus Control
Ligament Reconstruction
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) & Stem Cell Injections
Cartilage Replacement