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Welcome to NolaSole Podiatry!

NOLA Sole Podiatry is a full-service husband and wife podiatry practice utilizing the latest techniques and technology in the treatment of its patients. We are a SOULful family-focused practice, dedicated to delivering the highest quality foot and ankle care to the citizens of New Orleans and the surrounding parishes. Together, we have more than 5 years experience and have assisted a variety of patients along the way. Come and see us today.

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NolaSole Podiatry - Drs. Taylor & Kristina Robertson

Meet the Doctors

Dr. Taylor Robertson and Dr. Kristina Barreiro Robertson share a love of life as well as love of podiatry. Our goal is to help the local community with any podiatric ailments. Our compassion for others has led us to give the upmost quality of care to our patients.


We feel a calling to aid others which has even lead us to participate in multiple medical mission trips to Mexico as a part of the Yucatan Crippled Children’s Project. There we were able to participate in many surgical procedures to correct rare deformities seen due to malnutrition and congenital abnormalities.







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Services Provided

  • Diabetic Foot Care

    Diabetes can reduce the blood supply to your feet and cause a loss of feeling. If you have diabetes, you're 15 times more likely to have a limb amputated due to gangrene.

  • Plantar Fasciitis

    Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. The plantar fascia is the flat band of tissue (ligament) that connects your heel bone to your toes. If you strain your plantar fascia, it gets weak, swollen, and irritated

  • Ingrown Toenails

    Ingrown toenails occur when a sharp corner of the toenail digs into the skin at the end of or side of the toe. Pain and inflammation appear at the spot where the nail curls into the skin.

  • Sports Medicine

    Sports medicine focuses on helping people improve their athletic performance, recover from injury and prevent future injuries.

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Latest News

The Conversation Always Comes Back to Corns November 15, 2017

Corns can develop on feet and generally do so in response to repeated frictions. The repeated frictions cause certain areas of skin to harden...

Don’t Get Lazy With Calluses November 10, 2017

Calluses are not to be toyed with at any of its stages. However, our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM...

Ankle Fractures are No Laughing Matter November 3, 2017

Ankle fractures are serious injuries that can have a severe impact on mobility due to the length of recovery needed. Ankle fractures do not...

Hammertoes Strike Slowly Yet Effectively October 26, 2017

Hammertoes are deformities of the second, third or fourth toes, whereby they bend at the joint located in the middle, giving the appearance of...

Foot Lacerations Can Lead to Complications October 19, 2017

Foot Lacerations are tears in the skin of the foot that happen when sharp items create a gash. Lacerations that occur at the foot’s...

Charcot Foot Can Lead to Foot Reconstruction October 13, 2017

Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM at NOLA Sole Podiatry have many years of experience with treating a variety...

Rise Above Athlete’s Foot October 5, 2017

Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM at NOLA Sole Podiatry are well experienced with diagnosing and treating athlete’s foot....

High Arches Can Bring High Amounts of Pain September 28, 2017

High foot arches, also known as “cavus foot,” is when there is an extreme amount of weight that is being placed on the heel...

Ingrown Toenails Dig Into Your Comfort September 21, 2017

Ingrown Toenails are a common and painful condition that can start out as a small pain but later turn into a severe condition that...

Proper Geriatric Foot Care Never Gets Old September 14, 2017

Foot care is of the utmost importance for the elderly since they can be susceptible to many foot complications. It’s generally difficult for seniors...