Dealing with foot problems can be incredibly difficult. For many people, foot problems can interfere with everyday routines, errands and other necessities so it is imperative that such concerns are dealt with as soon as possible. It is imperative that you seek the help of a podiatrist in order to receive treatment, especially if foot surgery is a possibility. If you have a foot problem or have suffered from a foot related injury, then our Phoenix foot specialist here at Desert Foot Surgeons can provide you with all of the help that you need.
There are plenty of things that can affect your feet, your ability to use them, as well as your overall comfort. In severe cases, foot surgery may be a possibility for some patients but this usually depends on the nature of the issue as well as its severity. When it comes to foot problems, several other treatment methods are often looked at first such as orthotics or physical therapy. Orthotics are devices that can help facilitate healing, proper movement and development of the foot. Physical therapy can help some patients overcome injuries and help them regain control of their feet in a way that will alleviate pain or incorrect usage. But sometimes surgery is the best option. Here at Desert Foot Surgeons, our Phoenix foot specialist Dr. Geller can help when it comes to providing an accurate diagnosis as well as treatment for whatever seems to be the problem. Foot surgery may be necessary in order to treat serious foot injuries or deformities, it may be used to treat severe bunion problems or to remove other uncomfortable growths. Reconstructive rear foot surgery can help patients who suffer from severe foot and heel pain, especially if it interferes with their ability to walk comfortably or at all. Cosmetic foot surgery is also an option for patients who wish to alter the shape or length of their toes and other such issues.
If you need foot surgery or believe that it may benefit you, call us here at Desert Foot Surgeons today. Our Phoenix foot specialist, Dr. Geller, will be able to meet with you and conduct a full examination. From there, Dr. Geller can make an accurate diagnosis and determine what treatment method is right for you.