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Sacramento Podiatrists Taking Care of Your Sole Support

When your feet begin to hurt, the pain and discomfort can be hard to ignore. With every step you take throughout the day, you always have that constant reminder that something isn't quite right. You may have tried to convince yourself that the problem will correct itself eventually without medical intervention, but we hope you're coming to realize that a little help from a respected podiatrist can go a long way in improving your quality of life.

The McDowell Podiatry Group, owned by board-certified podiatrist Dr. Brian A. McDowell, D.P.M, treats all types of foot and ankle conditions throughout the Sacramento area. Whether you're suffering from embarrassing fungal toenails, persistent bunion pain, or numbness in your lower extremities due to nerve damage, McDowell Podiatry Group has the experience and qualifications to get you on the road to recovery.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Brian McDowell, Dr. Gavin P. Ripp, or Dr. Tracy L. Basso at our Carmichael podiatry office, please call 916-961-3434.

McDowell Neuropathy Center: Northern California's Elite Neuropathy Treatment

Whether your neuropathy, or nerve damage, has been caused by diabetes or another condition, one thing is for certain: no one wants to live with constant burning, tingling, and numbness in his lower extremities. The McDowell Neuropathy Center is right across the hall from the McDowell Podiatry Group's office and will provide you with the testing and treatment you need to get your neuropathy under control. We have extensive training in decompression of painful nerves, neuromas, and neuropathies, and this is one of the few centers in northern California to perform these types of procedures.

Professional Foot & Ankle Care for the Whole Family

The podiatrists at McDowell Podiatry Group are trained in all areas of foot and ankle care and can help you and your family with any conditions or problems you may be dealing with. Our practice areas include:

We also frequently treat various pediatric foot conditions and are extremely passionate about the health of your child's feet.

Modern Podiatry Treatments and Classic Exceptional Service

McDowell Podiatry Group strives to provide quality, professional care using the most modern and up-to-date equipment. We listen to our patients' unique needs and develop effective treatment plans that we feel will produce the best possible outcome. Your health and happiness are always our primary priorities.

If you are tired of living with constant pain and discomfort in your feet or ankles, make an appointment with Dr. Brian McDowell, Dr. Gavin P. Ripp, or Dr. Tracy L. Basso at McDowell Podiatry Group to learn about your condition and how the problem can be resolved. Our office is conveniently located in Carmichael, making us an easy drive from Sacramento County, Placer County, or El Dorado County; call 916-961-3434 to schedule your appointment.

Dr. Brian McDowell
Dr. Brian McDowell, board-certified podiatrist, provides cutting-edge foot and ankle care in Carmichael, CA.

Practice Areas

Skin and Nail Health Skin and Nail Health

Whether it's laser treatment for fungal nails or a procedure to get rid or your ingrown toenail, the McDowell Podiatry Group gives expansive care to banish your condition with the best methods.
 

Common Foot and Ankle Problems Common Foot and Ankle Problems

Many common conditions in the foot and ankle can keep you from living the life you deserve. Treating conditions like bunions, arthritis, and heel pain is something we gladly do every day at our office in Carmichael, CA.

Foot Traumas and Fractures Foot Traumas and Fractures

Fast care an proper healing time is crucial for  traumas and fractures. McDowell Podiatry Group provides same-day service for these sudden impacts that cause severe injury to the feet and ankles.

Diabetic Foot Care Diabetic Foot Care

People living with diabetes must practice extreme caution for their feet, since nerve damage and poor circulation makes it harder to sense foot problems, according to the team at McDowell Podiatry Group.