The mission of MLG Podiatry is to provide the best comprehensive podiatric medical and surgical services in a prompt, courteous, and efficient manner. We build strong, lasting, and satisfying relationships with patients, employees, physicians, and the communities in which it operates.
Podiatrist in Pittsburgh, PA
Put your best foot forward on the playing field or wherever life’s journey takes you when you choose the right podiatrist in Pittsburgh, PA. With six convenient locations and more than 37 years of experience practicing in this community, MLG Podiatry has become a leading provider of care that patients can count on.
Whether you are an active athlete or an aging accountant, you should never take your feet for granted. At every stage of life, your feet need a specialized level of care and attention that only a medical specialist can provide. We offer a full suite of treatment options that provide infants with relief from ingrown nails and the wound care that older diabetic patients need.
A Practice Centered on Podiatry
New patients should schedule a preliminary examination to establish a full understanding of your podiatric health. Every individual we treat faces a unique set of challenges when it comes to the health of their feet. An aging patient with diabetes may experience increased circulation and feel with a neuropathic approach, while a football player with a ruptured tendon is sure to need the services of a podiatry surgeon.
Fractures and Foot Pain
Just because your feet feel fine doesn’t mean you should wait to see a podiatry physician. After years of wearing ill-fitting shoes without much arch support, the alignment of your feet could require surgical attention. Every member of our staff is focused on your wellbeing, and that is why we take the time to develop a personal relationship with you, as a patient.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment with our podiatrist, and get back on your feet again. We proudly serve patients in Pittsburgh, Dormont, McMurray, Jefferson Hills, and Brentwood, Pennsylvania.
Achilles Tendon Disorders
Ankle & Foot Fractures
Ankle Pain & Instability
Black, White, Yellow, or Thick Toenails
Bone Spurs & Tumors
Corns & Calluses
Diabetes Foot & Wound Care
Diabetic Shoes, Inserts, & Socks
Eczema of the Foot
Extra Bones in the Foot or Ankle
Foot Odor & Rashes
Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis
Joint Pain & Swellings
Pediatric Foot & Ankle Conditions
Sweaty, Tired, or Tingly Feet