Plastic Surgery - Podiatry
Patients who undergo plastic surgery can look forward to gaining self-confidence and a sense of well-being from looking, feeling and functioning at their best.
For those who wish to enhance their appearance, today's cosmetic procedures offer the opportunity to sculpt physical features and improve self-esteem. Reconstructive procedures can correct a wide range of physical abnormalities caused by accidents, disease and congenital defects, helping patients to enjoy full and normal lives.
The main focus of our practice is the complete satisfaction of all of our patients.Every effort is made to ensure that our patients make well-informed choices and achieve the best results possible, all within a comfortable and confidential setting.
Our number-one priority is providing each patient with individual attention, safe care, and beautiful, natural results. We believe in giving patients objective information and honest opinions so they can make informed decisions.
Since most insurance plans don't cover elective cosmetic procedures, we will help you find a financing program that's right for you. Several financing options are available, many with low monthly payments and no interest. Ask us for more information.
Our practice's Podiatry Department specializes in preventing, diagnosing and treating foot conditions. We can examine your foot problems with state-of-the-art X-ray, CT and MRI imaging devices. Our treatment options range from splints and braces to advanced surgical procedures. Our doctors are specially trained in providing effective treatment with long-lasting results and quick recovery. The best treatment for you depends on your condition and medical health. We will work with you to determine which method is right.
Some of the services we provide include:
- Pediatric foot care
- Diabetic foot care
- Joint replacement
- Preventive foot care
- Custom orthotics
- Physical therapy
- Foot surgery
Reducing the risk of foot disorders can be done by simply following basic foot care. It is important to keep feet clean and dry, keep toenails trimmed and wear shoes that fit properly. Walking barefoot should be avoided as it makes your feet more prone to injury and infection. Eating a balanced diet with adequate amounts of calcium and vitamin D will help keep the bones in the feet healthy.
If you experience regular foot pain or discomfort, it is important to see a specialist. Untreated foot disorders can worsen over time, or may be the first sign of a systemic disease. People at high risk for foot problems, such as those with diabetes, should see a podiatrist on a yearly basis.