Raynaud’s Disease is a condition that causes the extremities- including fingers and toes- to feel cold in response to harsh cold temperatures. Raynaud’s disease is not necessarily serious or life-threatening, but it can cause distress and inconvenience for the affected patient. The disease itself is more common in women than men, and commonly affects people that reside in frigid climates.
If you or a loved one are suffering from discomfort in your toes when exposed to cold temperatures, visit Sound Foot Care for a podiatrist in Smithtown.
There are 2 different types of Raynaud’s Disease:
At Sound Foot Care, we offer multiple diagnostic options including in-office x-rays. We can provide orthotics, MLS (Multiwave locked system) Laser Therapy to reduce inflammation and swelling as well as surgery in-office or in-hospital. For a full list of our services click here. Contact us today for an appointment with a qualified podiatrist in Smithtown!