Dr. Manisha Mehta, GFC of Michigan

Dr. Manisha Mehta, GFC of Michigan Treating the Foot & Ankle since 2008. We have a location in Ohio & in Michigan Dr. Manisha Mehta is the areas expert Podiatrist.

She opened her practice to serve the Toledo, Ohio community with experienced foot care. When you pay us a visit, you’ll be greeted by a knowledgeable and friendly staff that's passionate about getting you well. We can help with a variety of foot issues including Tendinitis, Plantar Fasciitis, Diabetic foot issues, sports injuries, and much more. Whether you’re suspecting a broken bone in your foot

, are experiencing trouble with circulation in your lower leg due to diabetes, or have a bunion, our professional staff is prepared to treat you. We seek to heal without surgery but Dr. Mehta can provide surgery as well if it is needed. Request an appointment with Manisha Mehta, DPM today!


Bunion surgery, or a bunionectomy, addresses the painful deformity at the base of the big toe. One common procedure is the realignment of ligaments, which involves adjusting the soft tissues surrounding the joint to correct the toe's position. Another type of bunion surgery is the removal of bon...


Unlike osteoarthritis in other joints, ankle arthritis typically develops following a previous ankle injury, often years or even decades later, with about 95 percent of cases attributed to past traumas. Excess weight and repetitive high-impact stress further can affect osteoarthritis of the ankle, h...


Foot or ankle pain isn't normal. Get treated today.


Cracked heels occur when the skin on the heels becomes dry, thickened, and fissured, often leading to discomfort and cosmetic concerns. This condition, medically known as heel fissures, can result from various factors, including dehydration, prolonged standing, wearing open-back shoes, or inadequate...


Diabetes can pose significant risks to foot health due to potential nerve and blood vessel damage. Reduced sensation in the feet increases the likelihood of injuries, which may lead to serious complications like foot ulcers, often requiring hospitalization. It is important for anyone with diabetes t...


Swollen feet, a discomfort many people experience, can stem from various underlying factors. Among these, poor circulation often plays a significant role. When blood flow becomes restricted, fluids can accumulate in the feet, causing them to swell. Another common culprit is prolonged standing or sit...


Tarsal tunnel syndrome is a condition affecting the tibial nerve as it passes through the tarsal tunnel, located on the inside of the ankle. It primarily affects individuals who engage in repetitive activities or have deformities, such as flat feet. The syndrome occurs when the nerve becomes compres...


Don't wait to be examined if you believe you've experienced a foot or ankle fracture.


Foot ulcers are serious, open wounds that can develop on the feet, particularly in individuals with diabetes or poor circulation, and can cause considerable foot pain. These ulcers typically occur due to a combination of factors, including nerve damage, reduced blood flow, and repetitive pressure or...


Baseball, a beloved pastime, demands agility, precision, and endurance from players. However, the sport also poses risks for foot and ankle injuries, both acute and chronic. Acute injuries, often caused by sudden trauma or impact, include sprains, strains, and fractures. Sliding into bases, collisio...


Strong ankles are important for maintaining balance, stability, and preventing injuries. Incorporating targeted foot exercises into your routine can help strengthen the muscles surrounding the ankles, improving their resilience and function. One effective exercise is ankle circles, where you sit or....


Erythromelalgia, a rare disorder that primarily affects the feet, casts a shadow over the lives of those afflicted. It is thought to occur as a result of the dysfunction of certain blood vessels that may lead to abnormal blood flow affecting the feet. In this condition, the feet endure excruciating....


Don't treat ingrown toenails at home and see your podiatrist.


Peripheral artery disease, or PAD, manifests in various ways, often affecting the feet profoundly. Symptoms of PAD in the feet can include pain, cramping, or numbness, particularly during physical activity like walking or climbing stairs, which subsides with rest. In severe cases, individuals may ex...


The choice of footwear holds particular importance for individuals working in restaurants. Restaurant workers spend prolonged hours on their feet, navigating through bustling environments, and often engaging in tasks that demand agility and stability. Wearing proper shoes is important to ensure comf...


Broken toes, while often underestimated, can significantly impact daily activities and mobility. Common causes of broken toes include traumatic injuries such as stubbing or dropping heavy objects on the foot, as well as sports-related incidents and accidents. Symptoms of a broken toe typically inclu...


In the high-stakes arena of football, players frequently contend with a spectrum of foot and ankle injuries that can sideline them from the game. Among the most prevalent injuries are ankle sprains, often caused by sudden changes in direction or awkward landings. Achilles tendon ruptures, while less...


Achilles tendon injuries, debilitating and often painful, stem from a variety of causes and risk factors. One primary cause is overuse or repetitive strain, particularly common among athletes engaged in high-impact sports like running or basketball. Sudden increases in training intensity or frequenc...


Ingrown toenails can be treated.


A broken ankle can be a painful and debilitating injury, requiring prompt attention and treatment. Recognizing the symptoms is essential for seeking appropriate medical care. One common indicator is severe pain, especially when weight-bearing or attempting to move the affected ankle. Swelling and br...


When you stub your toe, the immediate pain and discomfort can be intense. Distinguishing between a minor injury and a more serious condition is essential for appropriate treatment. The first thing to do is to observe the toe for signs of trauma such as swelling, bruising, or deformity. Minor swellin...


Hammertoe surgery offers relief from the discomfort and deformity caused by this condition, but understanding its long-term outcomes is important. While surgical intervention can correct toe alignment and alleviate pain, the success of the procedure depends on various factors. Long-term outcomes of....


Bunions, a common foot condition, affect millions worldwide. Bunions occur when the joint at the base of the big toe becomes enlarged and protrudes outward. Often caused by genetics, foot stress, or from wearing improper footwear, bunions can lead to pain, swelling, and difficulty walking. Understan...


You don't have to suffer from toenail fungus.


Corns, which are hardened skin areas caused by friction, can be treated through various methods, but it is important to know that they will not disappear overnight. Conservative treatments involve reducing friction by changing shoes and trimming toenails properly. These are often effective in resolv...


Heel pain is a common and debilitating issue that often affects middle-aged and older adults. This condition, often attributed to plantar fasciitis, can have a significant impact on the quality of life for individuals in these age groups. As people age, the tissues in their feet, including the plant...


Gout, an inflammatory arthritis, is a condition characterized by sudden, intense pain, redness, and swelling in the joints, most commonly affecting the big toe. The root cause of gout lies in the accumulation of urate crystals in the affected joints, leading to excruciating bouts of pain. Urate crys...


Pain and numbness in the ball of your foot?


Plantar fibroma, a condition affecting the feet, involves the formation of non-cancerous, fibrous tissue growths within the plantar fascia, which is the ligament spanning the bottom of the foot. These nodules, often slow-growing, manifest as small lumps beneath the skin, leading to discomfort and po...


Diabetic wounds are a common complication of diabetes, resulting from neuropathy and vascular disease. Nerve damage diminishes foot sensation, making it challenging to detect an injury. Vascular disease impairs blood flow, which reduces the speed of healing wound. Diabetic foot ulcers are the most p...


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Detroit, MI

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