Dr. Norshae C.A. Robinson, DPM
Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist) | Foot Surgery4123 University Blvd South Suite F Jacksonville FL, 32216
Dr. Robinson is a board-certified podiatric surgeon. She earned her Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and completed three years of residency training in podiatric medicine and surgery at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Robinson is proficient in all aspects of podiatric medicine and surgery, including minimally invasive surgical techniques and regenerative medicine. She has a particular focus on the management of complicated lower extremity wounds and limb salvage in patients with diabetes.
Dr. Robinson is passionate about giving back to the community and believes everyone should have access to quality podiatric care. She has been consistently involved in community outreach initiatives from the time of her undergraduate studies at the Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, Tennessee until present. In her free time, she enjoys exploring the beautiful Jacksonville area with her husband and their two adorable dogs, Bailey and Brewser.
Dr. Robinson is looking forward to providing you with care that can help you get back on your feet.
Education and Training
Temple University DPM 2014
American Board of Podiatric Medicine
Dr. Norshae C.A. Robinson, DPM's Expert Contributions
Rest, Ice and Elevate and wearing a brace and supportive shoes. Definitely advise against a hike as it will be on an uneven surface, increasing your chances of a re-sprain or worse, a fracture. READ MORE
Please see a podiatrist for an examination. READ MORE
Recommend rest, ice and elevation and seeking medical attention as soon as possible to rule out a fracture. READ MORE
You don't, unless you have surgery. The bone spur does not cause any issues, it's just a finding on your X-ray which indicated calf tightness. If you are having pain, it is not because of your bone spur, see your podiatrist as soon as possible. READ MORE
Stretching, ice, supportive shoe gear and inserts and OTC anti-inflammatory. If no improvement in 2 weeks, see your podiatrist. The longer plantar fasciitis is present, the harder it is it treat. READ MORE
Podiatrists are trained to treat conditions of the lower extremity, one of those being ingrown toenails. I recommend seeking treatment as soon as possible as an untreated ingrown nail can cause other more serious medical issues. READ MORE
The symptoms will vary depending on the exactly location, severity, and duration of your bursitis, but usually patients will experience pain, swelling, sensitivity, and irritation with shoe gear, throbbing or burning at the site. Please consult a medical professional for proper management. READ MORE
A cast is most times the better treatment option as it allows for more stability and protection of the fracture site. However depending on the nature and location of your fracture, a walking boot maybe be adequate. I recommend taking the advise of your medical professional as they are trained in the management of medical conditions such as yours. READ MORE
There are several treatment options available for heel pain, but it will all depend on the exact cause of your heel pain as there are many conditions that can produce the symptom of heel pain. Being properly evaluated by a medical professional is highly recommend as soon as possible, as neglected or long-standing heel pain is often harder to treat than if treatment were sought immediately. READ MORE
Treatment will depend on the location within the toe where the fracture occurred, the size and stability of the fractured site. Most commonly, a surgical shoe/post-op shoe and buddy splinting the toe is adequate treatment. However, I recommend seeking appropriate treatment from a medical professional as a poorly treated fracture in a child can have negative effects later in life. READ MORE
A foot fracture can take 4-8 weeks to heal. There are several factors that affect bone healing. Please consult a physician for the proper management of your fracture as an improperly treated fracture can several complications that may not present immediately. READ MORE
This will depend on the nature of your job. Most patients do not need time off after the procedure. READ MORE
The management of a bone spur will depend on the location, size and symptoms being produced from the bone spur. Proper examination by a medical professional is highly recommended. READ MORE
Your recovery time will depend of the exact type of surgery that is being done. This is something your doctor will discuss with you during your consultation. READ MORE
Most foot exercises can be done at home. It all depends on the condition being treated. Consult your medical professional for the proper treatment guidelines. READ MORE
The length of time will depend on the location and the cause of your heel pain. Also long standing untreated heel pain is much harder to treat and takes longer to resolve in comparison to heel pain where treatment was sought right away. I recommend seeking medical treatment from a podiatrist as soon as possible. READ MORE
As soon as possible. There are several conditions that can produce the symptom of heel pain and most the longer it is left untreated the harder it becomes to treat. READ MORE
Yes, podiatrists are extensively trained on the treatment of several deformities of the foot and ankle. READ MORE
The deformity itself cannot be cured with without surgery, but the pain associated with it can. READ MORE
A pinched nerve can elicit several symptoms depending on the nerve affected. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- American Podiatric Medical Association, Inc
- American College of Foot & Ankle Orthopedics & Medicine
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
- volunteers in Medicine
Dr. Norshae C.A. Robinson, DPM's Practice location
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Get to know Podiatrist Dr. Norshae C. Robinson, who serves patients in Jacksonville, Florida.
Dr. Robinson is a board-certified podiatric surgeon and a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association*. She started Meridian Podiatry to fulfill the need for high-quality foot and ankle care in the Jacksonville, Florida area.
Dr. Robinson is proficient in all aspects of podiatric medicine and surgery, including minimally invasive surgical techniques and regenerative medicine.
Some of the services that she offers include: minimally invasive surgery, stem cell therapy, dermal fillers, shockwave therapy, vascular testing, swift therapy for warts, KeryFlex nail restoration, steroid injections, skin substitute grafts, on-site X-ray, custom molded orthotics, subtalar implants for flat feet, and diabetic foot care. She has a particular focus on the management of complicated lower extremity wounds and limb salvage in patients with diabetes.
Dr. Robinson earned her Doctorate in Podiatry from the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in 2014 and completed three years of residency training in podiatric medicine and surgery at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York.
She has been consistently involved in community outreach initiatives from the time of her undergraduate studies at the Southern Adventist University in Collegedale, TN until present. She is passionate about giving back to the community and believes everyone should have access to quality podiatric care.
Podiatry is a branch of medicine devoted to the study, diagnosis, and medical and surgical treatment of a variety of disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower extremity. A podiatrist, also known as a podiatric physician or a foot and ankle surgeon, is a medical professional devoted to the treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower extremity. They can treat injuries and complications from ongoing health issues like diabetes. The American Board of Podiatric Medicine exists to offer podiatric physicians comprehensive board qualification and certification.
In her free time, Dr. Robinson enjoys exploring the beautiful Jacksonville area with her husband and their two adorable dogs, Bailey and Brewser.
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