A message from Dr. Stych:

Traverse City's Family Podiatrist

I value the individuality and diversity of my patients, and enjoy the opportunity of getting to know each and every one. I have a wealth of experience working with a variety of patient populations, including children, adults, seniors, people with acute foot issues, and those managing chronic diseases. The therapeutic goal for my patient is always foot comfort. My more personal goal is to help my patient maintain the best possible quality of life.

I am highly qualified to treat all foot and ankle disorders and particularly enjoy treating bunion deformities, complex diabetic foot conditions, Achilles tendon disorders, lower extremity skin & nail problems, flatfoot, and pediatric foot conditions.

Thank you for coming to us and allowing us to help you!


Fractures
The most common fractures are fractures of the Calcaneus (Heel Bone), and toe and metatarsal fractures. What is the Calcaneus? The calcaneus, also called the heel bone, is a large bone that ...


 

Common Foot Conditions
I wanted to discuss four common foot conditions that I see frequently. I hope these tips will help your ...


Dr. Stych's Blog

  • Icy Conditions Cause Falls and Injured Ankles
    November 29, 2014

    With the hectic pace of the holidays, serious injuries from ice-related falls inevitably occur. Falls on icy surfaces are a major cause of ankle sprains and fractures, and it’s critical to seek prompt treatment to prevent further damage that can prolong recovery. The ankle joint is vulnerable to serious injury from hard falls on ice. […]

  • Hunters & Hikers Need to be Aware of Their Foot Conditions
    November 1, 2014

    As brightly colored leaves dazzle the fall landscape, hikers and hunters in Northern Michigan will migrate to the woods and fields, but many, unfortunately, are ill prepared for the beating their feet will take. Hikers, hunters and others who love the outdoors often don’t realize how strenuous it can be to withstand constant, vigorous walking […]

  • Tips for a Safer Barefoot Summer
    June 1, 2014

    Parents and families can prevent cuts, puncture wounds and other injuries from going barefoot by following some simple recommendations.   Shoes are the best way to protect your family’s feet from injuries.  But if your summer just wouldn’t be the same without kicking off your shoes or sandals, you can still make it a safe […]