Each foot has 26 bones, 19 muscles, 33 joints, and hundreds (yes, hundreds!) of combined tendons and ligaments. That’s a lot of complexity! It also means that when your feet are hurting, you should see a doctor who thoroughly understands how each and every component works together to let you stand, walk, move, and play without pain.

Dr. Bruce Scudday and his team in El Paso specialize in foot care. We offer comprehensive treatment for feet and ankles, with a focus on helping you return to health as quickly and simply as possible. If you’re hurting, we can help.

On this page, you can learn a little more about some of the conditions we treat.

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Foot and Ankle Pain

Sometimes, your feet simply hurt. You don’t know why, but it’s making your life miserable. We’ll not only find out what’s causing your pain, but offer effective treatment options to eliminate it.

Foot Deformities

We specialize in both conservative management and surgical correction for structural deformities of the feet and ankles. This includes:

Injuries and Trauma

Whether you’ve suffered a traumatic accident or developed chronic pain from sports, your job, or your lifestyle, we are here to help you regain your footing. We treat conditions such as:

Diabetic Foot Concerns

Those with diabetes are at increased risk of serious foot issue. These conditions need immediate treatment in order to slow the progress of damage and prevent severe complications, including infection and amputation.

Skin and Nail Health

Serious skin infections, toenail problems, and injuries are not only unsightly, but can also be painful and lead to further complications. We can help with:

Complete Foot Health, as Simple as Possible

Taking care of your foot problems right away—before they become serious—is always the best and least expensive option. Delaying treatment, or seeking only temporary relief, will end up costing you more time, more pain, and even more money.

We pledge to treat your feet and ankles as effectively and simply as possible. We’ll never ask you to schedule an extra appointment or undergo a procedure unless we truly feel it’s absolutely necessary. And we encourage you to ask as many questions as possible to ensure you fully understand your condition, and your responsibilities for aftercare.

To learn more about our foot and ankle services—or to schedule an appointment—please feel free to review this website thoroughly, contact us online, or call the office closest to you:

  • Curie Drive: (915) 533-5151
  • George Dieter Drive: (915) 856-3331

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Don’t wait a minute longer to get help for your foot or ankle problem!