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  • Bunion Treatment

    Bunion Treatment

    Derived from a Latin word meaning turnip, the term "bunion" is used to describe a bony prominence or enlargement of tissue on the inside of the foot at the big toe joint (the same condition on the outside of the foot, at the base of the little toe, is sometimes called a tailor's bunion or bunionette). Foot bunions represent more than a bump, as it involves changes in the structural relationship among bones of the foot. Sometimes the lump at the joint is caused by the fact that the first metatarsal bone grows at an abnormal angle.

  • Lapiplasty


    Lapiplasty is an advanced surgical method for bunion correction. This technique uses specially designed instruments to manipulate the bone in 3 dimensions so that the root of the problem, a misaligned and unstable joint within the midfoot is corrected and stabilized. The procedure uses smaller incisions than traditional bunion surgery which involves shaving of the bony projection (osteotomy) and shifting the bones but does not address the unstable joint or the 3-dimensional nature of the deformity.

  • Peripheral Neuropathy

    Peripheral Neuropathy

    The peripheral nervous system transmits signals from the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body. Any disruption in the normal functioning of the peripheral nervous system can result in numbness, pain, and weakness in your hands and feet as well as other parts of your body. Peripheral nerves are fragile and easily damaged. A nerve injury can affect your brain's ability to communicate with your muscles and organs. Damage to the peripheral nerves is called peripheral neuropathy.

  • Toenail Fungus Laser Treatment

    Toenail Fungus  Laser Treatment

    Toenail fungus is a common foot problem that affects millions of Americans. This unsightly condition is very difficult to cure and often has a high recurrence rate. However, new methods of treatment offer hope to those suffering from this contagious disease.

  • Radial Wave Therapy

    Radial Wave Therapy

    Radial Wave Therapy is a non-invasive treatment for soft tissue injuries that provides pain relief and therapeutic healing. The radial wave delivers acoustic energy directly to the injured tissue. This energy is transmitted radially through the surface of the skin into the body.

  • Cold Laser Therapy

    Cold Laser Therapy

    The treatment lasts 8-10 minutes and is painless. Many patients relate improvement in just 1-2 treatments, although a series of 6-8 are usually recommended. The effects are cumulative.

  • Fat Pad Cushion Restoration

    Fat Pad Cushion Restoration

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  • Shock Wave Therapy (SWT)

    Shock Wave Therapy (SWT)

    Shock Wave Therapy is non-invasive surgical procedure that uses sound waves to stimulate healing in some physical disorders, including plantar fasciitis. "Extracorporeal" means "outside the body" and refers to the way the therapy is applied. Because there is no incision, ESWT offers two main advantages over traditional surgical methods: fewer potential complications and a faster return to normal activity. ESWT has been used extensively for several years to treat plantar fasciitis and other disorders.