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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

Neuromas Don’t Come With Instructions February 15, 2018

Neuromas affect the toes and ball of the foot, however, the pain can be sporadic and difficult to predict. A neuroma is a swollen...

Total Ankle Replacement Can Displace Discomfort February 9, 2018

The ankle is made up of many different types of bones, ligaments, tendons and cartilage. The bones of the ankle are covered with cartilage,...

Ingrown Toenails Cause Damage Deep into Toes February 2, 2018

Ingrown Toenails are a painful foot condition due to their tendency to dig into the skin that surrounds the toenail. This condition can begin...

Flat Feet Could Care Less About Your Arches January 26, 2018

Flat Feet develop when the tendons that connect the foot’s joints loosen and fail to provide the flexibility normally provided. Those tendons that lose...

Calluses Are Rough and Tough January 16, 2018

Calluses are usually triggered by regular stress on the foot, producing layers of dead skin. They can start to get sore and annoying as...

Bunions Don’t Have Sympathy January 12, 2018

Bunions are bumps that initiate on the big toe, specifically on the joint. They can be predominant since many individuals have forces that are...

Corns Keep Slithering Into the Conversation January 5, 2018

Corns have a way of finding their way back into the conversation. This speaks to their stubborn ability to impact foot and ankle health....

Hammertoes Don’t Give Up Easily December 29, 2017

Hammertoes have a tendency to alter your foot’s shape and can cause many problems. Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson,...

Ingrown Toenails Dig into Your Day December 20, 2017

Ingrown toenails can dig into your skin and into your comfort. Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson, DPM, can help...

Ankle Fractures Disrupt Your Balance December 15, 2017

Ankle fractures can produce profound disruptions to mobility and pain management in the foot. Our podiatrists, Dr. Kristina Robertson, DPM and Dr. Taylor Robertson,...