Whether by nature, accident or aging, foot problems do not need to linger. Associated Foot Clinic has witnessed (and dealt with) all of the possible foot problems: foot and ankle injuries, heel spurs, bunions, calluses, ingrown toenails, corns, warts and other foot problems. And we've been doing so for 20 years.
Associated Foot Clinic, located at 915 S. Dort Highway since 1983, has been finding answers to foot pain through surgery, whirlpool, ultrasound, injections and other medical procedures. Three doctors are on duty on a rotating basis, with Jeffrey Noroyan, D.P.M. as head of the clinic. A staff of 17 is dedicated to finding solutions to a myriad of conditions that produce foot discomfort.
Infants and children also are treated at Associated Foot Clinic for such maladies as abnormal toenail growth and birth defects. Men, women and children seek treatment for trauma injuries, and all ages find relief for painful heel spurs, arthritis and other foot ailments. Some patients come to the clinic with conditions related to diabetes.
Drs. Allan Kalmus, Timothy Snyder, and Erin Palmer assist Dr. Noroyan with treatment available five days a week. (All are members of the Michigan Podiatric Medical Association.) Many satisfied patients return year after year - one of those people is Loretta Clerkley.
"I have had heel spurs treated at Associated Foot Clinic, shots for arthritis and whirlpool therapy for dry feet many times over the years," Clerkley says. "Dr. Jeff knows his patients and keeps up with them. I always have good conversation and personal attention that makes my trip a pleasure - you won't meet a more personable guy. When employees move on, he keeps us informed about them; he cares about everyone. Everyone seems to love him."
Dr. Noroyan has been at Associated Foot Clinic since starting his practice. He graduated from Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine and is board certified for pediatric surgery.
Associated Foot Clinic's impressive 4,000-square-foot facility is located at Dort Highway and Court Street and is the site for many of the surgical procedures. Dr. Noroyan does outpatient surgery at all area hospitals. Also, he has two other locations in Lake Orion and Fenton.
"No one should endure foot pain," Dr. Noroyan says. "With laser surgery, there is no pain like there was in years gone by. There is no reason to suffer long periods of time because there are so many remedies that give relief, and 90% of foot problems can be treated without surgery. Correct fitted shoes are the most important preventive measure."
For consultation on foot pain and the possible solutions, one may call Associated Foot Clinic at 810-233-5950. The specialists there are dedicated to keeping people comfortable and on the move.
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