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Foot and toe pain care

Foot Pain

Non-Surgical Foot Pain Care Options

Foot Pain

In our 25 years of providing care, we have been able to help patients with a diagnosis of:


Conservative care options:

For some people, conservative care options can be very successful. For others these treatment’s effectiveness may have worn off if they were effective at all.

We see many people who have had:

  • Shoe inserts
  • Physical therapy
  • Walking boots
  • Cortisone injection
  • Painkiller prescriptions
  • Daily anti-inflammatory usage
When these treatments are no longer helping, many are referred to surgery.

Foot Pain Care Options

Bone Marrow Concentrate

Bone marrow concentrate or bone marrow aspirate concentrate is the injection into the damaged, injured area of the foot, heel, ankle, and toes. The injection contains stem cells that have been drawn from the patient’s own bone marrow. These cells are “de-differentiated pluripotent” cells, which mean that they continue to divide to create more cells that can “morph” into the tissue needing repair—for our purposes, collagen needed for cartilage, ligaments, tendons and bone.


Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

PRP treatments are injection treatments. The treatments are derived from your own healing and growth factors found in your blood. The treatment involves collecting a small amount of your blood and concentrating it in a centrifuge to separate the blood platelets from the red blood cells. The collected platelets are then injected back into the injured area of the back to stimulate healing and regeneration to the soft tissue structures that stabilize the foot.


Alieviating your foot pain

Dr. Marc Darrow, MD, JD., cares for foot pain with non-surgical methods. These  methods described above can help many people alleviate pain and restore function, but do not help everyone. Please contact Dr. Darrow so we can begin our assessment of your candidacy for treatment.

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