Blue Water Podiatry, PC

828 10th Ave
Port Huron MI 48060

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Opening Hours

  • Mon: 9am-5pm
  • Tue: 9am-5pm
  • Wed: 9am-5pm
  • Thu: 9am-5pm
  • Fri: 9am-5pm

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With our compassionate and caring staff, we make sure that you are always comfortable in the office and get the attention you deserve. Get professional and experienced care for all of your foot needs, including nail fungus, heel spurs, foot warts, mosaic warts and more. We are accepting new patients. Don't wait any longer to get quality care for your feet. Contact us to set up an appointment today. When it comes to podiatry, you want to work with someone you can trust. Feel confident that your feet are in good hands with Thomas K Ernst, DPM at your service. Get the time and attention you deserve at every appointment. With more than 30 years of experience, we have the knowledge and expertise that you can count on. With quality service, you'll always feel comfortable in our office. Nail fungus can be an embarrassing and uncomfortable condition. You don't have to hide your toes or suffer through it any longer. At Blue Water Podiatry PC, you can count on our experts to give you the care and treatment you need to get through it. We're proudly serving Port Huron. Get the care and compassion you deserve from people who have more than 30 years of experience. Walk away in comfort and with confidence. Diabetes can cause you to stop feeling any sensations on your feet, which can lead to other serious issues. You are more at risk of injuries and infections if you do not care for your feet properly. Count on us for experienced and reliable care for your feet. Loss of feeling in your feet may cause a pebble in your shoe or a blister on your foot to go unnoticed. This can lead to cuts, sores, and infections. Another symptom of diabetes is reduced blood flow in your feet. The numbness and reduced blood flow can lead to foot problems and you should seek immediate attention from a skilled foot doctor. Heel spurs are calcium deposits that occur on the underside of the heel bone. While the spurs themselves do not cause pain; they can lead to other painful and uncomfortable conditions.