Chippewa Township Foot Doctor

If you are experiencing foot pain that is affecting your ability to walk, exercise, run, work, or simply get from place to place, it’s time to visit a podiatrist. With the right care, you will be active again in no time. Dr. Tina Teimouri, a Board-certified podiatrist, has a convenient Chippewa Township location, and she can treat many foot problems using state-of-the-art, non-surgical procedures.

Common Foot Problems

  • Heel Pain. Many of Dr. Teimouri’s patients come to her Chippewa office for heel pain. Some pain is centralized near the heel, which is likely caused by an inflammation of the Achilles’ tendon. If you have pain that’s running on the underside of your foot, that is Plantar Fasciitis, which people often feel when they first wake up in the morning. Although it may disappear during the day, it will return and cause more pain if it isn’t resolved. Dr. Teimouri uses a therapy called Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT), which uses low-energy shock waves to encourage healing in the foot.
  • Corns and Calluses. When skin on your foot thickens over time, it causes corns (circular shapes) and calluses (wider, flatter shape). These can be painful, especially if given a chance to build up over the years.
  • Bunions. If your big toe is turning in toward the smaller toes due to your shoes, you could develop a bunion. That occurs when the bone in your big toe turns outward and begins to rub on your footwear.
  • Hammertoes. If you are wearing high heels or other shoes that cause your big toe or other toes to curl up, and you can’t move your toes to their correct position, you have hammertoe, a potentially painful condition.
  • Diabetes and Foot Care. Type 1 diabetics often have nerve destruction in their feet. Coupled with poor circulation, that creates potentially serious problems in their toes and feet. Dr. Teimouri works with diabetics every day to ensure that their foot health is properly maintained.

Surgical Remedies

Dr. Teimouri uses many non-invasive procedures to give patients relief from foot pain, but she also uses surgery on more severe cases of bunions, hammertoes, and other problems. She uses laser and radiosurgery to reduce swelling and improve healing time.

Other Procedures

  • Tattoo Removal. Tattoo removal services usually take many months—and sometimes years. Beaver Valley Foot Clinic in Robinson uses the r20 Technique, which allows tattoos to be removed in just a fourth of the regular time!
  • Varicose Veins. When you develop small red or purple lines on your legs and ankles, chances are that you have varicose veins. Dr. Teimouri can zap those lines away in just 30 minutes using a non-painful procedure. Never be afraid to wear shorts again!
  • Toenail Fungus. Your thickened, yellow toenails can be resolved using a laser that will painlessly kills the virus causing the fungus, and new nail will then begin to grow in.

Chippewa Township Podiatrist Office Location and Hours

Beaver Valley Foot Clinic in Chippewa Township office is open daily from 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

You can make an appointment by calling 724-846-4690. Our office is located at:

2226 Darlington Road,
Chippewa Township, PA 15010

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Serving these areas:
Darlington 16115, Beaver Falls 15010, Ellwood City 16117, Rochester 15074, Wampum 16157, New Castle 16101, New Brighton 15066, Bessemer 16112, West Pittsburg 16160, Big Beaver 16141, New Galilee 16141, Monaca 15061, Youngstown OH, 44501, 44511, Poland OH 44514, Maplewood Park 44425, Masury 44438, Beaver 15009, Beaver 16141, Hubbard 44425, Lowellville 45744, Brookfield 44403, Enon Valley 16120, Koppel 16136, Shippingport 15077, Eastvale 17747, Patterson Heights 15240, Freedom 15042, Georgetown 15043, New Sewickley, Homewood 15208, Center Twp

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