Overland Park Office - 10701 Nall Ave., Suite 120, Overland Park, KS 66211
Blue Springs Office - 1050 South Outer Road, Blue Springs, MO 64015

Overland 913-381-5515
Blue Springs 816-228-9393

Sheldon Fleishman, DPM offers podiatric services to Overland Park, KS, Blue Springs, MO and the surrounding areas. As a licensed and Board Certified foot and ankle specialist, Dr. Fleishman is equipped to offer a range of services from routine checkups to complete surgical procedures of the foot and ankle. Our goal is to educate each patient on proper foot health and to provide the highest quality of foot care in and around Kansas City.

We offer treatment options for the following foot and ankle issues:

Achilles Tendon – From Achilles tendonitis to a tear or rupture of the tendon, Dr. Fleishman offers personalized treatment plans to suit each patient’s needs. (Read More)

Ankle Instability – Ankle instability is characterized by a repeated “giving way” of the ankle. (Read More)

Ankle Sprains – Ankle sprains occur when the ankle and foot are twisted or forced into an unnatural position, causing excessive stretching and tearing of the ankle ligaments. (Read More)

Ankle Trauma – From sprains and strains to fractures and severe bruising, ankle trauma is a painful, debilitating issue that if left untreated can lead to more serious issues in the future. (Read More)

Arthritic Feet & Ankles – The foot has 28 bones and a greater number of joints. The chance of arthritis of the feet and ankles is high due to the number of joints holding the full weight of the body. (Read More)

Athlete’s Foot – Athlete’s foot is a fungal skin infection that causes a rash on the feet, especially between the toes. (Read More)

Bunions – Bunions is a deformity at the base or side of the big toe caused by a deviated joint. The deviation causes the foot to be irritated by your shoes, causing friction and pressure. (Read More)

Callus – A callus is formed when a thick layer of excessive skin cells covers an area of the foot in defense of excess friction and pressure. (Read More)

Corns – Similar to calluses, corns are formed by thick layers of excessive skin cells. (Read More)

Crush Injuries – Crush injuries occur when a heavy object falls on the foot, the foot is crushed between two objects or an object, such as a car, rolls over the foot. (Read More)

Diabetic Foot Care - If you have diabetes, it is vital to take care of your feet daily to prevent complications, such as ulcers. (Read More)

Flat Feet – Flat feet is a condition where the arch on the inside of the foot flattens out and touches the floor when standing. (Read More)

Foot Infections – Infections of the feet can be caused by a number of issues, including athlete’s foot, ringworm, yeast infections and staph infections, among others. (Read More)

Foot Injuries and/or Fractures – Sprains, strains and fractures are common to the toes, feet and ankles. Pain, swelling, bruising and difficulty walking are the most common symptoms when you injury the foot or ankle. (Read More)

Fungus Toenails – Fungal infection of the toenails are often treated with topical or anti-fungal medications to rid the nails of the fungus and keep the fungus from re-infecting the nails. (Read More)

Geriatric Foot Care – Maintaining an active lifestyle is dependent on good foot health, especially for senior citizens. (Read More)

Hammertoes – Hammertoes are caused by hereditary factors and muscle imbalance that result in the deformity of the first, second, third and fourth toes. (Read More)

Plantar Fasciitis (Heel Spurs) – Heel spurs, also known as plantar fasciitis, is a chronic pain of the heel and arch due to inflammation on the bottom of the foot. (Read More)

Ingrown Toenails – Ingrown toenails primarily occur on the sides of the big toenails when the nail matrix cells cause a nail plate deformity. (Read More)

Limb Salvaging – Patients with diabetes are at a high risk of amputation due to infection of the feet. (Read More)

Metatarsalgia – Metatarsalgia is the painful inflammation of the metatarsal joints, or the ball of the foot. (Read More)

Neuromas – Neuromas are large, benign growths of nerves that commonly develop between the third and fourth toe of the foot. (Read More)

Orthotic Therapy – Orthotic therapy utilizes orthotic devices such as custom-made shoes, inserts or braces to correct the irregular walking pattern or gait that cause foot or ankle issues. (Read More)

Palliative Foot Care – Palliative foot care covers a range of services to keep the feet healthy and free of pain or other ailments. (Read More)

Pediatric Foot Care – Your children’s’ feet are in a state of constant change and require special care to avoid issues later in life. (Read More)

Poor Foot Circulation – Poor foot circulation, also known as peripheral vascular disease (PVD), is a result of blocked arteries that move blood to the feet. (Read More)

Warts on the Feet – Most foot warts are harmless to your health, though they may cause your pain. Often mistaken as a corn or callus, warts are caused by a viral infection and appear as a raised bump on the toes or feet. (Read More)

Wound Care – Proper wound care is vital to foot health, especially for those with diabetes. Wounds, if left untreated, can lead to infection and amputation. (Read More)