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Podiatry in Houston: Get Back on Your Feet Again With CLS Health

CLS Health podiatrists provide the highest quality medical and surgical care for feet and ankles in a safe, effective, and efficient manner while utilizing a culture of exceptional service and state-of-the-art medical technology. It is the mission of our staff and podiatric surgeons to passionately pursue the health and well-being of our patients.

Ways to Schedule an Appointment

Foot & Ankle Conditions We Treat

Foot & Ankle Clinic in Houston

The foot serves to provide balance, shock absorption, and propulsion for the human body. Injury or disease of the foot can result in serious disability, impaired mobility, and chronic pain. In order to reduce pain and improve mobility, our podiatrists often treat problems such as:

  • Bunion Deformity
  • Heel Pain/Spurs
  • Corns and Calluses
  • Flat/High Arch Foot
  • Wound Care/Infections
  • Nerve Pain/Numbness/Burning/Tingling
  • Diabetic Ulcers
  • Athlete’s Foot
  • Fractures
  • Fungal Infections
  • Hammertoes
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Neuromas
  • Ankle Sprains/Strains

We Also Offer Foot & Ankle Services in These Locations


119 E. Edgewood Dr.
Friendswood, TX 77546


345 E. Parkwood Dr.
Friendswood, TX 77546


1917 Ashland St. 1st floor
Houston, TX 77008

Lake Jackson

120 Flag Lake Dr., Ste. A
Lake Jackson, TX 77566

League City

3023 Marina Bay Dr. #106
League City, TX 77573


3411 E. Broadway St.
Pearland, TX 77581

Galleria Clinic

4615 SW. Freeway Service Rd., Ste. 850
Houston, TX 77027

Gulf Freeway Clinic

1108 Gulf Freeway S.,
Ste. 106,
League City TX 77573

Texas City Clinic

6807 Emmett F. Lowry Expwy, Ste. 306
Texas City, TX 77591

Webster Clinic

600 N. Kobayashi Rd.,
Ste. 308
Webster, TX 77598

Foot & Ankle Specialists

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Gregory Vidovic, MD

Foot & Ankle

Webster Clinic

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Hira Humayun Mirza, MD

Foot & Ankle

The Heights Clinic

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Sean Reyhani, DPM

Foot & Ankle

Gulf Freeway Clinic

Viraj Rathnayake

Viraj Rathnayake, DPM

Foot & Ankle

Pearland Clinic

Patel Sandeep

Sandeep Patel

Foot & Ankle

Lake Jackson Clinic, Pearland Clinic

Evan Bridges

Evan A. Bridges, DPM

Foot & Ankle

Edgewood Clinic

Bernabe Canlas

Bernabe B. Canlas, DPM

Foot & Ankle

League City Clinic

Chad Clause

Chad Clause, DPM

Foot & Ankle

Friendswood Clinic, Webster Clinic

Nida Nisar

Nida Nisar, DPM

Foot & Ankle

The Heights Clinic

Jawdar Hafez, DPM

Jawdat Hafez, DPM

Foot & Ankle

Webster Clinic, Texas City Clinic

Schedule An Appointment Today!

Do not spend another day with foot pain. Schedule an appointment today! You can book appointments through our secure patient portal or call our customer service center at (281) 724-1860.

When you choose to be cared for by CLS Health providers, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that all aspects of your care are coordinated. Using secure electronic medical records, your CLS Health primary care physicians and foot & ankle specialists will have access to any test results or treatment plans. This seamless integration allows us to provide comprehensive, personalized care when you need it.

Find Out If CLS Health Is In-Network With Your Insurance

CLS Health Insurance Information

At CLS Health, we serve patients with many types of insurance coverage offered by many different companies and entities. CLS and its providers accept Medicare, Medicaid, and most major health plans outlined on our insurance information page. Remember to always check with your health insurance carrier regarding specific covered services. The list grows and changes frequently. If you don’t see your insurance listed or if you have any questions, please contact us.

Foot & Ankle FAQ

What is a podiatrist and what conditions do they treat?

Podiatrists are specialized health professionals who deal with the treatment of foot and ankle disorders. They treat foot and ankle problems seen in patients with chronic diseases such as arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and peripheral artery disease. Pediatric foot deformities and foot and ankle injuries including sprains, fractures, wounds, infections, and heel pain are also examined appropriately by a podiatrist.

What is meant by "flat feet"?

Flat feet, also called “fallen arches,” are caused due to an imbalance in muscles or tendons in the foot. It is a hereditary condition. The condition may not cause any pain, but some people do suffer from severe pain and must seek a podiatrist’s advice. An individual with flat feet may feel pain in the arch, along the ball of the foot, or even in the knee. Custom orthotic therapy is a treatment option to manage the pain associated with flat feet. Custom insoles, arch supports, or orthotic devices may be worn to provide stability to your flat feet.

What is a bunion and does it require treatment?

A bunion is a bony prominence that appears as a bump along the side of the big toe. It is the result of an abnormal tendon or muscle imbalance in the foot. The presence of a bunion may cause pain due to pressure over the bony prominence applied by the shoes. It may also irritate the nerve on the side of the foot. A painful bunion requires treatment. If the pressure increases, a fluid-filled sac called a bursa may develop and cause swelling and pain. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), splints, and orthotic devices may alleviate the pain. Surgical treatment is required to get rid of the deformity.

What precautions do diabetics need to take regarding foot care?

Most importantly, whether you are on therapy or medications, it is important to have your feet evaluated by a podiatrist. Usually, patients with diabetes are likely to develop neuropathy, which appears as burning, tingling, or numbness in the feet. In such conditions, you may tend to have open wounds on your feet, which you may not even realize.

You will be at an increased risk of infections because of your weak immune system. In order to prevent infections, wound screenings, nerve sensation evaluations, and circulation assessments should be performed at regular intervals by your podiatrist.

The use of footwear specially designed for diabetic patients can protect your feet and prevent complications in addition to reducing your risk of developing calluses and ulcers. These shoes provide extra depth that can accommodate custom-made special inserts.

When is foot and ankle surgery considered, and are there any complications?

Foot and ankle surgery is considered in the treatment of conditions that do not respond well to conservative treatment options, particularly when there is damage to the bones, joints, tendons, or ligaments. Surgery ensures relief from pain and the return to normal activities. You will be given certain postoperative instructions to be followed during the recovery. Your feet should be placed at a raised level (above the heart). There will be no pain for the first 4-24 hours following the surgical procedure. After this period, analgesics will be prescribed to keep you at ease. Complete recovery requires at least 6 to 8 weeks during which the involved foot should not bear any weight. As with any surgery, there may be potential complications, most of which are minor. These include infection, swelling, numbness, excess scar tissue formation, and pain. If complications such as continued or worsened pain, recurring deformity, osteomyelitis, deep vein thrombosis, or non-union or union delay in conditions of fracture occur, further procedures to treat the complications will be required.