Tendon repair, transfer
Ankle stabilization for chronic instability
Arthritic foot and ankle surgery including joint replacement and fusion
Endoscopic foot surgery
Arthroscopic foot and ankle surgery
Nerve surgery (neuroma removal, tarsal tunnel release)
Removal of bone spurs
Removal of masses, ganglions, and lesions
Office, out-patient, and in-patient surgery available
We offer a variety of diagnostic imaging services on-site including: digital x-rays, ultrasound, vascular testing and more.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
BEFORE CHOOSING A SURGEON
Choosing the right doctor to perform your surgery is one of the most important decisions you can make. Important considerations include your surgeon's experience and skill, how you work with this doctor, how convenient he is located, and if you trust your surgeon.
Do you know the right questions to ask?
Do you feel like your doctor answers all your questions? Does he provide information in a way that you understand? Do you feel comfortable asking all of the questions you have?
Have you explored non-invasive alternatives?
In many instances, therapy and other forms or rehabilitation can be chosen as a first line of treatment. Surgery should be chosen when these alternatives do not provide the necessary relief, or there are no other good options.
Is your doctor located in a place you can get to easily?
Having a qualified local doctor perform your surgery is not only more convenient for you, but it can often improve your rehabilitation from the surgery. Your doctor will be there to guide your rehab, and he can help if you do encounter any problems after surgery.