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Associates in Podiatry, Inc. was established in Springfield, Ohio in 1963 by Dr. Philip Cain, Sr. He has a long and warm relationship with the people in Springfield, OH. It was a very proud day for him when his son, Dr. Jeff Cain joined him in this profession. Father and son practiced together for over ten years before Dr. Cain Sr. decided to retire and spend time with his lovely wife of 51 years. Dr. Cain and Dr. Donald P. Lemelle were friends in Podiatry School and had a mutual respect for one another.
The opportunity came about for another doctor to join the Springfield practice, Dr. LeMelle was excited to accept. As their reputation grew so did their business and soon a satellite office was open in London, Ohio. Dr. LeMelle and Dr. Cain both perform surgeries at many locations throughout the Springfield, Ohio area. Their caring demeanor and professionalism when treating patients make them one of the premier podiatrist establishments in the area. Dr.’s Cain and LeMelle are now treating second generation patients. Recent patient surveys have given both doctors very high ratings in all areas and would recommend them to their family and friends.
We hope you find this web site useful and invite you to contact us with your questions at any time.
Achilles tendinitis is caused by overuse of the band of tissues that connects the lower region of your calf muscle to your heel bone, also known as your Achilles tendon. Those at a higher risk for Achilles tendinitis are runners engaging in intense training or middle-aged people who participate in sports on occasion.
Chronic ankle instability is usually caused by repeated ankle sprains and is described as the gradual giving way of the outside of the ankle. Some symptoms of ankle instability include constant inflammation or swelling, tenderness, and instability in the ankle.
While most plantar warts are not a major health concern, it is advised you see a doctor to have the warts examined and removed. Some symptoms include small, rough lesions on the base of the foot, calluses in one spot, and tenderness when walking or standing for long periods of time.
A bunion is a bony bump that forms on the joint at the base of your big toe. They can develop from an inherited structural defect, excess stress on your foot, or can result from an existing medical condition.
Flat foot is a condition where the arches on the inside of your feet are flattened which causes the sole of the foot to touch the floor when standing upright. It is likely for flat feet to be caused by the arches not fully developing during childhood and is considered a very common and painless condition. On the other hand, flat feet can occur after an injury or from the normal aging process.
Are you looking for a foot doctor? Pain and loss of function in our feet and ankles can be a huge obstacle, and we understand that getting your body back to normal is of the utmost importance to you.
If you have never been to a podiatrist before, you may be nervous about your upcoming visit. Don’t be! Millions of people see podiatrists every year for help with their feet, ankles, and lower legs.