Ronald J Small, DPM
Your Abington & Fort Washington Podiatrist
One of Greater Philadelphia’s leading practices for general podiatry, Comprehensive Foot Care Associates offers a superior level of foot care at two convenient suburban Philadelphia locations: Abington and Fort Washington. Dr. Ronald Small practices a compassionate approach to podiatry. He creates a friendly, open dialogue with each patient, empowering them to make the right treatment and recovery decisions for themselves.
Dr. Small and the highly trained staff at Comprehensive Foot Care Associates are dedicated to preserving the quality of life for every patient. The office provides a full range of podiatric services, and features standard modalities such as X-rays as well as innovative medical technology including the MLS Laser. From more common ailments such as ingrown nails, warts, corns, and calluses to more complex conditions such as diabetic neuropathy, tendinitis, and plantar fasciitis, Comprehensive Foot Care Associates is equipped to treat any patient troubled by his or her feet.
As a leading podiatrist in greater Philadelphia, Dr. Small believes in educating his patients to help prevent foot care conditions. Whether it’s warts or bunions, he’s quick to share his advanced knowledge of podiatry because he truly cares about the welfare of everyone he treats. He and his staff gladly welcome new patients but are even happier to help returning ones manage their foot health throughout their lives.
A sprained ankle occurs when you twist your ankle in an abnormal way causing the ligaments holding your ankle bones together to stretch or tear.
Diabetic Foot Care
When you have diabetes, your feet become susceptible to specific risks. Knowing about these risks can educate you in preventative care and tips to prevent developing other conditions.
Fungal infections in the toe or fingernails can appear as thickened, discolored, or disfigured. While it may seem like the condition is just an aesthetic concern, fungal infections can lead to worsened symptoms and pain.
Flat foot is a condition where the arches on the inside of your feet are flattened which causes the sole of the foot to touch the floor when standing upright. It is likely for flat feet to be caused by the arches not fully developing during childhood and is considered a very common and painless condition.
Custom orthotics are specifically designed to fit your feet and provide the utmost support and comfort. They match the shape of your feet and are designed to keep up with your day to day activities.
At Comprehensive Foot Care Associates with offices in Abington and Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, Dr. Ronald J. Small offers the latest advancements in foot care treatments and diagnosis, including the cutting-edge, noninvasive MLS® laser therapy.