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CFFA Mission Statement: "Striving for Excellence in Healthcare One Foot at a Time"
Surgical vs. Non Surgical Treatments
Many foot problems can be treated without surgery. Generally, it is desirable to receive a non-surgical treatment. However, it is not recommended that any individual attempt to alleviate these problems (i.e. corns, ingrown toenails, etc.) at home. If one should feel they have an issue with their foot, it is best to contact the podiatrist right away. Many surgical cases might have been avoided if they were brought to the attention of their podiatrist early on. In the even that you feel you may have any of these problems, visiting your podiatrist can confirm whether or not a non-surgical treatment is possible and appropriate.
In my practice modern technology is used including shockwave therapy, radio frequency ablation, plasma rich protein and some of the non-surgical treatments with little if any downtime. Read more of our FEETured Article.
MLS Laser Therapy
As Podiatric Surgeons we treat a wide variety of common podiatric maladies, such as structural conditions including bunions, hammertoes, flat feet, heel pain, neuromas, diabetic foot issues and arthritic conditions. We also specialize in treating trauma induced injuries such as ligament tears, ankle sprains, fractures of the foot and ankle and injuries associated with professional and recreational sports.Another area of expertise is treatment of congenital conditions in children. As foot and ankle surgeons, these are only a few of the many lower extremity maladies that we treat. Please take your time to acquaint yourself with the scope of our practice.
We offer the latest technology in diagnostic studies, our office is the only one in Polk County to offer PSSD testing for peripheral nerve problems.
Once you have familiarized yourself with our practice please visit our offices page. We offer 4 convenient locations in Winter Haven, Lakeland, Davenport, and Bartow, FL.
More specific information, questions, comments, or other interaction can be obtained by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting one of our offices. We will be happy to be of any assistance.