Providing Pain Relief and Interventions for Your Foot and Ankle Problems

Our experienced podiatrist provides medical care for a wide range of foot and ankle problems, including fractures, ingrown nails, diabetic care, bunions, hammer toes, and more. Also specializing in sports medicine and custom orthotics, Dr. Jeffrie Leibovitz can help people of all ages and lifestyles find relief of their symptoms and get back to their normal life.

Ankle ProblemsAnkle Problems

Ankle problems can range from sprains to fractures to tendinitis. Quick diagnosis and proper treatment of ankle conditions can help prevent chronic pain and weakness in the future.

BunionsBunions

Are bunions passed down through families or formed through years of shoe abuse? Jeffrie C. Leibovitz, D.P.M. discusses these bony bumps.

Heel PainHeel Pain

Jeffrie C. Leibovitz, D.P.M. in Indianapolis explains the procedure for diagnosing and providing care for a wide range of heel pain conditions.

Foot DeformitiesFoot Deformities

Foot deformities like bunions and hammertoes can cause a lot of discomfort, but Jeffrie C. Leibovitz, D.P.M.  provides a variety of treatment options.

Foot FracturesFoot Fractures

Jeffrie C. Leibovitz, D.P.M. in Indianapolis describes types of foot fractures—and why immediate treatment is so crucial for an optimal recovery.

Children's Foot CareChildren's Foot Care

Jeffrie C. Leibovitz, D.P.M. in Indianapolis provides gentle, compassionate foot care for children with an eye on keeping them active and prevent future problems.

Sports MedicineSports Medicine

Jeffrie C. Leibovitz, D.P.M. in Indianapolis discusses sports medicine and its role in keeping active feet and ankles on the move.

Diabetic Foot CareDiabetic Foot Care

The office of Jeffrie C. Leibovitz, D.P.M. in Indianapolis discusses the importance of having a podiatrist in your corner for diabetic foot care.

Diseases of the FootDiseases of the Foot

Feet get sick, too. Jeffrie C. Leibovitz, D.P.M. in Indianapolis talks about diseases that can affect the feet, such as diabetes, circulatory conditions, or arthritis.

Ingrown ToenailsIngrown Toenails

The pain of an ingrown toenail is one of life’s greatest nuisances. Jeffrie C. Leibovitz, D.P.M. discusses how they form and how to treat them.