Footwear has come a long way since Roman armies conquered an empire wearing only sandals on their feet. But what is old is new again, as more and more men make sandals their summer footwear of choice. Along with the growing popularity of men’s sandals come more aches and pains for male feet. The wrong sandal could cause problems, including heel pain, Achilles tendonitis, pain in the big toe and
Shore Foot & Ankle Podiatrist Dr. David Gannon has re-located his practice from his offices at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Mercy Medical Center to the Eastern Shore. Dr. Gannon and staff are happy to provide a gentle caring touch to your foot and ankle care. We bring the expertise and experience usually only found at a large medical institution to a local comfortable setting. No longer do you have to travel to the city to get high-level quality care from a podiatrist.
We at Shore Foot & Ankle advocate a conservative treatment plan utilizing a full array of therapeutic modalities in order to provide care and comfort for your condition. Obviously surgical intervention may be warranted for certain disorders and Dr. Gannon offers the highest level of training in his field. Dr. Gannon is board certified in both Foot Surgery and Rear Foot and Ankle Reconstruction.
Shore Foot & Ankle provides podiatry services for all foot and ankle problems including:
- Diabetic preventative foot care
- Ulcer and wound management
- Swelling and poor circulation
- Sports injuries
- The surgical management of multiple orthopedic foot and ankle conditions.
Custom shoe inserts, specialized shoe gear, and foot care products are also available for your convenience. We participate with most insurance plans.
Shore Foot & Ankle guarantees a clean, comfortable environment for your care. Sterilized instrumentation is used for each individual patient and foot spas are available for therapy. Please feel free to browse our web site and click on the links for additional medical information. You may contact us by phone to request an appointment at 410-629-0222. Initial patient information forms are available for you to fill out prior to your visit to save you time.
Once again, Welcome to Shore Foot & Ankle, don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.