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If you are looking for a podiatrist in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, we welcome you to our practice.

One of the goals of our Web site is to provide you an extension of care. As you navigate through the site you will find a wealth of information about podiatry, foot and ankle ailments, treatments available, exercising and shoes. There is an overview of our practice including information about our doctor, our services , locations, maps, directions and contact information.

As a licensed podiatrist in Lancaster County, I believe that the human being needs and wants to have good health and, indeed, the lack of it means pain, suffering and diminished ability to achieve our God-given potential.

Dr. Laskoski entered his chosen field of Podiatric Medicine with the belief that every man can make a difference in the lives of others and that he was entrusted to use his aptitude, talents, and skills in the service of his fellow man.

A doctor cannot be all things to every patient. What he can be is a competent and caring person, who approaches your problem with respect, listens carefully and forms a sound diagnosis. Next, he discusses your choices, then competently pursues the treatment plan. Relief of pain, restoration of function and return to a normal lifestyle should be his goal.

This has been my philosophy of practicing podiatric medicine for the past 30 years. We take pride in providing you with a comfortable office experience. Our qualified staff is friendly and will ensure a pleasant visit. We invite you to e-mail or call our office with any questions via the contact us or request an appointment page of our Web site.

Case Study

Anatomy of Foot Pain

Joe Athlete has been jogging for three months when he developed heel pain. He tried resting, heel pads and aspirin, but the pain persisted and was worse after sitting or sleeping.

Examination revealed a diagnosis of plantar fasciitis. The plantar fascia is a strong connective tissue that helps support the arch and attaches to the heel. Joe Athlete also had excessive pronation which means that the arch tends to roll inwards in stance position.

Joe was initially treated with anti-inflammatory medication and (strapping) taping of the foot for several weeks. Later, prescription-made functional orthotics were fashioned from a cast of Joe's feet, to prevent the excessive straining due to pronation. Joe is now functioning well and is pain free.

Pain is your body's signal that you have a problem. If you have foot pain, your Podiatrist can often help.