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Walk on the Road to Health
Have you see any child limping after playing, running or jumping? Does your child feel pain at the side, back or bottom of the heel after strenuous activity? Does the pain subside when there is no activity? As an inflammation of the growth plate, Calcaneal apopysitis or Sever's disease affects the back of the heel bone where the Achilles tendon is attached to the calcaneus. Common amongst children between the ages of 10 to 14 years of age, various conditions can affect other parts of the body especially the knee and is called the Osgood-Schlatters Disease. With detailed care and expert advice, the podiatrists at Cupertino Podiatry near San Jose, California specialize in problems of the feet and are dedicated to their patients with a view to bringing them back to their original lifestyles.

Rendering accurate treatment and detailed attention, the doctors at the clinic in Cupertino offer their patients support and relief so that they may lead a quality life. As the structural strongholds in the body, the bones and the cartilage start developing from the time a baby is born and is almost complete at the age of sixteen. When there is any damage to the developing bone area with the surrounding cartilage, pain results and becomes worse with any activity and in some cases both heels may be affected causing the child to limp. Occurring in children who play or run or jump on a hard surface, Sever's disease is often rampant during winter time when the ground is hard with a heavy child at greater risk. The podiatrists at the Cupertino clinic offer immense care to relieve their patients of the pain and render detailed treatment to help the child walk on a normal path.


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Patients who develop Calcaneal apopysitis or who have a pronated foot often suffer from a tight calf muscle that is a result of uneven weight bearing. The doctors at the clinic in Cupertino offer professional advice and strict follow up with prescribed self management for patients suffering from Servers disease. It is necessary to wear shoes that have a cushioning heel raise that is soft, reducing any sports activities, avoiding walking barefoot and gentle stretching of the calf muscles. The podiatrists at the Cupertino clinic recommend a treatment plan to alleviate the pain and any discomfort with skilled knowledge and know-how.

Suggesting podiatric management with timely care, the experts at the clinic in Cupertino diagnose the problem with accuracy and recommend a plan of action that reduces the symptoms. The podiatrists at the Cupertino clinic maintain the confidence of the patient with the right advice such as controlled activity, wearing ideal footwear at all times, ice packs to relieve the pain, stretching and heel raises. If any of their young patients have a pronated foot, the doctors at the clinic suggest foot orthotics, taping or strapping to prevent too much motion of the foot and wearing shock absorbing footwear. The podiatrists at Cupertino Podiatry near San Jose, California offer experienced care by sharing their expertise born of years of extensive study on problems of the foot.

The Podiatrists at the Cupertino Clinic Extend their Expertise


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Cupertino Podiatry Inc.

After earning his degree in podiatry and completing his residency, Dr. Michael Cornelison joined an existing Cupertino practice in 2000. When the other podiatrist retired in 2003, Dr. Cornelison took over the practice and formed Cupertino Podiatry, Inc.

Dr. Cornelison specializes in advanced reconstructive surgery while simultaneously dedicating himself to helping patients avoid such surgery. His practice emphasizes restoring the support and function of the foot to provide long-term relief of symptoms rather than just relieving symptoms without addressing the underlying cause. He looks for the root of the problem rather than attempting to just put a band-aid on it.

Cupertino Podiatry can also fit patients with orthotics (therapeutic footwear and inserts) to aid recovery or for long-term management. And whether you are a serious athlete or a weekend warrior, Dr. Cornelison can create a specialized sports injury treatment program to help you get back on your feet.

Dr. Cornelison has earned the prestigious 'Diamond Certified Award' based on outstanding customer satisfaction. To learn more, please visit: http://www.diamondcertified.com
 

You can download all our medical and patient registration forms from our patient resources page.
If you have difficulty downloading the forms, please call our office and we will send them to you. Please print, fill out, and bring the forms along with any insurance cards at the time of your visit.


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Office Hours/Location

Monday
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Friday
7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed For Lunch Noon - 2pm
 
Michael J. Cornelison, DPM, FACFAS
10353 Torre Avenue, Suite C
Cupertino, California 95014
(408) 446-5811
 
  


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