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Our doctors integrate all aspects of specialized care by collectively combining their knowledge, experience, and expertise as the foundation of our Foot & Ankle Clinic at HFM Lakeshore Orthopaedics.
Our specialty-trained foot and ankle surgeon and doctor have dedicated their practices to this specialized field of study. With their commitment to continued education through attending courses, lecturing, writing, and actively learning the newest procedures and techniques, our doctors are the most highly skilled foot and ankle experts in the area.
At our Foot & Ankle Clinic at HFM Lakeshore Orthopaedics, we believe that no one should have to live with ankle pain or foot pain. We will help you through every step of your treatment, whether it be orthotic therapy or corrective surgery. Foot and ankle pain is a common disorder. Almost 80% of the population will experience foot pain in their lives.
Our doctors and staff are trained and equipped to diagnose and treat all problems involving the foot and ankle. We treat people of all ages, for problems such as plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, and bunions, as well as serious injuries and disorders. Many foot and ankle problems can be remedied with conservative care, including corrective orthotic devices. For patients with conditions that fail to respond to conservative care, surgical intervention may be necessary.
Foot and ankle surgery includes the treatment of fractures, repair of tendon injuries, correction of deformity, management of ankle instability and bone/cartilage from sports-related injuries, and comprehensive management of heel pain.
At HFM Lakeshore Orthopaedics, we are dedicated to keeping our patients’ feet and ankles in the healthiest conditions. It is our goal to relieve patients of chronic pain and to return function and enjoyment to everyday activity.
The Foot & Ankle Clinic at HFM Lakeshore Orthopaedics provides our foot and ankle patients access to consultation Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Prior to your consultation, new patients will be asked to complete forms, which include medical history, demographic, and insurance information. This information, along with any current diagnostic imaging (X-ray, CT, MRI), will be utilized by your doctor to help in your diagnosis and treatment plan.