Information to Help Patients Overcome Foot and Ankle Pain

We want all of our patients to have the best possible chance at kicking foot pain for good. That is why we have compiled a library full of foot care tips and informative articles on diabetic foot complications, sports injuries, heel pain, and more. Learn more about your condition in our free online library.
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  • MLS Laser Therapy for Neuroma Treatment in Cleveland Ripepi Foot & Ankle Clinics August Newsletter
  • Mortons Neuroma Ripepi Foot & Ankle Clinics provide Morton’s Neuroma treatment to restore you to a pain-free, mobile lifestyle once again.
  • Achilles Tendinitis Achilles Tendinitis – After plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis is the second-most common source of heel pain for adults.
  • July 2020 Newsletter What Are Stress Fractures? (And How to Avoid Them)
  • Puncture Wounds/ Foreign Objects in Foot Providing a comprehensive diagnosis and treatment plan for every patient suffering from a puncture wound in the foot and/or embedded foreign object in foot
  • June 2020 Newsletter Don't Let Foot Pain Get In The Way Of Your Golf Swing
  • Orthotics Unlike orthotics you can purchase over the counter from the drugstore, custom orthotics are prescribed for YOUR foot. Custom orthotics address the weaknesses in YOUR feet so that your feet can work as efficiently as possible together.
  • COVID-19 Status: Ripepi Foot & Ankle Clinics are OPEN. COVID-19 STATUS: Ripepi Foot & Ankle Clinics are Open. As Healthcare Providers, we remain open so that we can continue to serve our community. As always, we continue to practice universal precautions, such as hand washing, disinfecting equipment and surfaces in contact with patients and staff, and using personal protective equipment when necessary. We will continue to be diligent with these practices in light of COVID-19.
  • Chronic Wounds Chronic wounds can cause a serious infection. If you suffer from diabetes and have a wound that won't heal, Ripepi Foot & Ankle Clinics can help get rid of it!
  • Diabetic Shoes Your feet will feel better with diabetic shoes as they help alleviate joint pain, foot pain and inflammation. More good news...they look good too!