We understand that living with foot disorders can be difficult and painful. Foot surgery becomes a consideration when all conservative and non-surgical options are no longer helping to relieve the chronic pain associated with the foot deformity.
Foot deformity and foot structural and soft tissue problems may be a result of congenital disabilities, hereditary, trauma, arthritis, physical stress, improper shoes, and muscle and joint imbalances.
Conservative treatment of many foot problems often produces temporary relief from pain. But if the pain persists, surgery is sometimes the more definitive answer to a persistent problem and the best way to prevent more serious conditions from developing. On the other hand, surgery is not always the best approach for all patients.