Foot Orthopedics: Foot Pain Diagnosis & Treatment | Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital

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Foot Care

Healthy feet are important to your general health and well being. When each step causes you pain, it's important not to ignore it. As with many other parts of the body, foot pain is usually caused by foot injury, wear and tear, bone disease or congenital flaws.

Foot pain is very common. In fact about 75 percent of people in the U.S. have foot pain at some time in their lives. Environmental factors, such as poorly fitting shoes, high-heeled shoes or running and walking on uneven ground can all cause foot pain, damage or lead to an injury. It's important that you work with an experienced orthopedic specialist for a proper foot pain diagnosis in order to prevent worsening the injury.

The board certified orthopedic foot specialists and foot surgeons of Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital are experienced in providing a wide range of surgical and non-surgical foot pain treatments for sports and work-related injuries, arthritis, diabetes and everyday wear and tear.

Foot Pain Diagnosis for Common Conditions

Comprehensive Foot Pain Treatment

We offer surgical and non-surgical foot pain treatment options that can be used alone or in combination to treat foot and ankle problems. Our specialists will work with you to create a customized treatment plan that may include:

Conservative Treatments

Surgical Treatments

We rely on minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery techniques whenever possible to minimize pain and speed your recovery. Depending on your procedure and necessary recovery time, you may have same-day (or outpatient) surgery or you may need to be admitted to the hospital for a few days (inpatient). We offer:

With the proper foot pain diagnosis and treatment, and using the most advanced technology available, most foot problems can be successfully treated so you can get back to the activities you enjoy as quickly as possible.

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