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Tuesday, 16 June 2020 14:38

UPDATE: We are now equipped to perform TELEMEDICINE Appointments. We appreciate your cooperation with our scheduling to do our part with the current CoronaVirus Pandemic. If you would like to set up a telemedicine appointment in lieu of a follow up, we are happy to accommodate! Give us a call at 407-391-3344.


We are screening all patients for symptoms and ask those at risk to remain home or having symptoms to seek medical attention. We are seeing those requiring outpatient medical care, especially emergencies, postoperative patients.


We will see emergencies to do our part in the medical community and allow the hospitals to see as many patients as it possibly can.


We’ll take care of as many foot and ankle emergencies as we can.


Patients are screened with a questionnaire as well and thermal temperatures are being checked. Also, patients can wait in their cars and perform a car check in.


Feel free to touch base with any questions: 407-391-3344.


Tuesday, 21 May 2019 18:59

Are you suffering from inexplicable foot pain? A study  has found that insulin resistance could be a case of your achy feet! . 

 What exactly is insulin resistance?  We in the medical community use the term insulin resistance to explain why the body does not respond properly to the insulin it makes. Eventually, this will send your blood sugar high, cause you and your doctor unwanted stress.

How do I know if I have insulin resistance? It is not really possible to know because it does not make you feel different. You should have you blood sugar tested.

Find out more about what it means to be insulin resistant, and possibly reverse your foot pain.

Monday, 18 March 2019 00:00

Living with foot pain is hard on your body.  Give us a call and let us find out what's wrong.

Monday, 18 March 2019 00:00

Many people find it beneficial to practice daily foot stretches. Injuries may be prevented when the feet are flexible, and everyday activities may be easier to accomplish. An effective stretch is referred to as the towel stretch. This is done by sitting down and wrapping a towel around your feet and pulling gently toward you. If you are afflicted with plantar fasciitis, it may be helpful to stand on a step, and place your heels off the edge. The stretch can be felt while the heels move up and down. The sole of the foot can be stretched by standing on a golf or tennis ball and rolling it between the toes and the heels. This may help tired feet to feel better at the end of the day. If you would like additional information about the benefits of stretching the feet, please speak to a podiatrist.

Stretching the feet is a great way to prevent injuries. If you have any concerns with your feet consult with Dr. Jefferson Mennuti from On 2 Feet. Our doctor will assess your condition and provide you with quality foot and ankle treatment.

Stretching the Feet

Stretching the muscles in the foot is an important part in any physical activity. Feet that are tight can lead to less flexibility and make you more prone to injury. One of the most common forms of foot pain, plantar fasciitis, can be stretched out to help ease the pain. Stretching can not only ease pain from plantar fasciitis but also prevent it as well. However, it is important to see a podiatrist first if stretching is right for you. Podiatrists can also recommend other ways to stretch your feet. Once you know whether stretching is right for you, here are some excellent stretches you can do.

  • Using a foam roller or any cylindrical object (a water bottle or soda can will do), roll the object under your foot back and forth. You should also exert pressure on the object. Be sure to do this to both feet for a minute. Do this exercise three times each.
  • Similar to the previous one, take a ball, such as a tennis ball, and roll it under your foot while seated and exert pressure on it.
  • Grab a resistance band or towel and take a seat. If you are using a towel, fold it length wise. Next put either one between the ball of your foot and heel and pull with both hands on each side towards you. Hold this for 15 seconds and then switch feet. Do this three times for each foot.
  • Finally hold your big toe while crossing one leg over the other. Pull the toe towards you and hold for 15 seconds. Once again do this three times per foot.

It is best to go easy when first stretching your foot and work your way up. If your foot starts hurting, stop exercising and ice and rest the foot. It is advised to then see a podiatrist for help.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our offices located in Lake Mary, and Orange City, FL. We offer the newest diagnostic and treatment technologies for all your foot care needs.

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