Brevard Health Alliance is delighted to offer Podiatry care at the Sarno/Melbourne and Barton/Rockledge locations for the medical diagnosis and treatment of various foot and ankle injuries (like sprains and strains), toenail issues, chronic foot pain and arthritis, diabetic foot care, wounds, heel spurs, and more.

Whether you have a new, ongoing, or worsening foot condition, Brevard Health Alliance’s foot doctors are ready to find a medical solution for your feet. Our skilled podiatrists’ team is here to provide the proper foot, ankle, and lower leg treatment for your specific needs.

We believe having healthy feet should be an accessible goal for all patients, regardless of their payment method. Therefore, we offer high-level podiatric prevention, diagnostics, and medical treatment at a low cost. Get expert health care for optimal foot health at an affordable price at Brevard Health Alliance, where health insurance, Medicaid, and self-pay (on a sliding scale) are accepted.

Podiatric Services from Brevard Health Alliance

Receive caring and professional podiatry treatment for conditions and disorders of the lower leg, ankle, and foot (for people of all ages) at Brevard Health Alliance, including:

● Bunions
● Calluses
● Ingrown Toenails
● Nail Trimmings
● Heel Spurs
● Foot Deformities
● Ulcers and Sores
● Sprains and Strains
● Sports-Related Injuries

● Diabetic Foot Checks
● Diabetic Neuropathy
● Diabetic Wounds
● Chronic Foot Pain
● Arthritis
● Chronic Inflammatory Conditions
● Joint and Foot Aspirations
● Joint and Foot Injections

Please note that no inpatient or extensive surgical procedures will be performed under the podiatric service line, including (but not limited to):

● Partial Amputations
● Complete Amputations
● Joint Replacements

Sarno Podiatry Hours, Phone, and Address

Monday and Wednesdays
8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Barton Podiatry Hours, Phone, and Address

Tuesdays and Thursdays
8:00 AM-6:00 PM

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