Dr. Charles Tirone, DPM, ABFAS
Dr. Charles Tirone, DPM, ABFAS

Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Podiatrist

At Foot Specialists of Greater Cincinnati, we pride ourselves on personal service and since we are independent practitioners, we can take the time to address your concerns in detail. Our philosophy is that we treat you the way we want our families to be treated when they see a physician.

Once we make a diagnosis, we take the time and make the effort to discover the underlying causes of it.

Most lower extremity problems are multifactorial, therefore education, lifestyle changes, and treatments are intertwined to produce excellent clinical outcomes. Beware of practitioners who only offer surgery without diagnosing the underlying cause of your condition.

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You’re not just a number here…..You took time out of your day to come see us, so we take pride in giving you the time and attention you need to address your problem.

Foot and Ankle Surgery

Different foot and ankle traumas call for various treatments. We evaluate every patient and customize a treatment plan that will reap optimal results.

Ingrown Toenails

We are proud to offer an in-office procedure to not only permanently relieve ingrown toenail pain but also to prevent the problem from reoccurring.

Foot and Ankle Bracing

If at all possible, we strive to use bracing that will stabilize the ankle and foot but still allows you to have some motion to continue your daily activities.

Heel Pain

We are dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of your heel pain utilizing the most sophisticated diagnostic tools and treatment methods available.

Greater Cincinnati's Best Podiatrists!

Since 1981, the physicians at Foot Specialists of Greater Cincinnati have been working with patients to provide the best podiatric care for patients in Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky!

Dr. Tirone’s medical philosophy has always been to treat his patients with respect and dignity and to treat them in the same way he would wish to be treated if he were the patient.