APD's podiatry practices offer comprehensive treatment for conditions affecting the foot, ankle, and lower leg. Our board-certified podiatrists include Dana P. Silver, DPM and John B. Gregory, DPM, FACFAS with practices in Lebanon, NH. These practitioners are committed to providing a full range of podiatric care including diabetic conditions, arthritic issues, and sports injuries.
HoursPlease call individual locations for details.
Locations & Phone
John B. Gregory, DPM, ABFAS
20 West Park Street, Suite 102
Lebanon NH 03766
Tel: (603) 448-3668 (603-448-FOOT)
Dana P. Silver, DPM, FACFAS
103 Hanover Street Plaza, Box 12
Lebanon NH 03766
Tel: (603) 448-0040
Fax: (603) 448-6953
Services provided by Dr. GregoryReplacement:
- Total Ankle Replacement
- Great Toe Joint Replacement
- Ankle Arthroscopy
- Ankle Cartilage Grafting
- Ankle Instability Repair
- Tendon Repair
- Fracture Management
- Flatfoot Reconstruction
- PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Injections
- Arthritic Joint Fusions
- Nonsurgical Neuromas
- Nerve Decompressions
Services provided by Dr. Silver
Treatments for a broken foot or ankle vary depending on the severity of the injury and which bone has been broken. Treatment methods include immobilizing broken bones in the foot or ankle; reduction procedures to place pieces of bone back into their correct positions; and surgical procedures.
Bunions are abnormal lumps that form on the big toe that can crowd the other toes and cause pain. Treatment methods include padding or taping the foot, appropriate painkillers, cortisone injections, or surgery.
Corns and calluses are hardened layers of skin that develop in response to friction and pressure. Treatment methods include trimming the hardened skin, salicylic acid treatments, antibiotic ointments, orthotics (shoe inserts), or surgery.
Treatment methods for foot ulcers and other diabetic foot concerns include casting, diabetic shoes and inserts, antibiotics, and surgery.
Ingrown toenails occur when the corner or side of a toenail grows into the toe’s soft flesh. Treatment methods include separating the nail from the overlying skin, removing the ingrown portion of the nail, chemical or laser removal of the nail bed, and/or using topical or oral antibiotic treatments.
A common cause of heel pain, plantar fasciitis results from inflammation of the plantar fascia, the band of tissue the spans the bottom of the foot. Treatment methods include physical therapy; orthotics; night splints; medications such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or corticosteroids; or, in rare cases, surgery to detach the fascia from the heel bone.