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Podiatry

Get help for foot and ankle problems, injuries and pain.

With your quick return to daily activities in mind, Podiatrist Dr. Brad Capawana treats everything from foot ailments to sports injuries to heel and arch problems to diabetic foot issues.

His podiatry practice treats both adults and children at Gritman | Moscow Family Medicine with comprehensive care aimed at resolving many of your foot and ankle problems.

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Gritman Podiatry

Our Podiatrist

Brad Capawana, DPM

Brad Capawana, DPM

Dr. Brad Capawana helps patients resolve a variety of foot and ankle problems, providing care that allows a quick return to daily activities. His podiatry practice treats adults and children, caring for a wide array of foot-related problems.

Clinical Expertise:

  • Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Care
  • Sprains, Strains, Fractures, Broken Bones
  • Diabetic Foot Care
  • Children’s Care (Flatfeet, Growing Pains, Congenital Deformities)
  • Accidents and Sports Injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Bunions, Hammer Toes, Ingrown Toenails
  • Heel and Arch Pain, Spurs
  • Gait Abnormalities

What is a Podiatrist?

“Establishing the Foundation for Foot Health”

Dr. Brad Capawana wants you to be comfortable with your feet.

“Our feet help guide us every day of our lives and we can take them for granted unless they’re not working properly,” he said.

The longtime Moscow Podiatrist is bringing his advocacy for preventative foot and ankle care to Gritman Medical Center.

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Dr Brad Capawana
Dr. Brad Capawana

Foot and Ankle Care

Podiatry

Toe, Foot, and Ankle Problems, Noninjury

Everyone has had a minor problem with a toe, foot, or ankle. Most of the time our body movements don’t cause problems. But sometimes symptoms develop from everyday wear and tear or overuse. Toe, foot, or ankle problems can also occur from injuries or the natural process of aging.

Toe, Foot, and Ankle Injuries

Everyone has had a minor toe, foot, or ankle injury that caused pain or swelling. Most of the time our body movements don’t cause problems. But sometimes symptoms develop from everyday wear and tear, overuse, or an injury. An acute injury may occur from a direct blow, a penetrating injury, or a fall. It can also happen if you twist, jerk, jam, or bend a limb abnormally. Your pain may be sudden and severe. Bruising and swelling may start soon after your injury.

Diabetic Foot Care

Learn more about diabetic foot care

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208-882-2011