• Proactive Foot Care For Athletes
    Pounding pavement, intense box jumps, PR deadlifts…we couldn’t do the activities and exercise we love without healthy feet and ankles. Of course, feet and ankles are also prone to injury. Read more
  • Preventing Blisters on Your Feet
    A blister can be a real nuisance. It can make it uncomfortable to walk around, let alone try to go on your run. Fortunately, there are some simple things you Read more
  • How Long Does It Take for Foot Fractures To Heal?
    At Advanced Foot & Ankle Specialists, Dr. Brandi Johnson and Dr. Mark Leitner are here for all your foot care needs! If you've had a foot fracture in Brandon, FL, Read more
  • What Are Fallen Arches?
    Fallen arches, better known as flat feet, are more common than you might realize. While many people have flat feet and don’t even know it, others are dealing with regular Read more
  • Foot Fracture vs. Broken Bone
    The simple answer is that there is no difference between a fracture and a break. From shattered bones to hairline cracks, any damage done to the bones of the feet Read more
  • What Causes an Ingrown Toenail?
    An ingrown toenail happens when your nail starts to grow into the skin of your toe. It can dig in as it grows and can cause pain, swelling, and if Read more
  • Arthritis and Your Feet
    Is the pain and stiffness you’re experiencing in your feet and ankles caused by arthritis? If arthritis is left untreated, it’s possible that your symptoms could become so severe that Read more
  • Treating Your Corns
    From running miles to wearing shoes that are too loose or too tight, there are many reasons why you may develop a corn. A corn is your skin’s way of Read more
  • Should I Get Custom Orthotics?
    Our feet are often overworked and underappreciated. They do so much for us and yet we often take them for granted unless they start to cause us issues. Whether you’re Read more
  • What To Do About My Sweaty Feet?
    Sweating occasionally is normal. It could be a particularly hot day or you could simply be hitting your workout hard. In these instances, sweating isn’t just normal, it’s expected; however, Read more

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Advanced Foot & Ankle Specialists

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-10:30 am

Every Other Week

Sunday:

Closed