Podiatry focuses on preventing, diagnosing, and treating conditions of the foot and ankle, including infections, skin and nail disorders, neuromas, ingrown toenails, plantar warts, foot deformities, injuries to bones, tendons and soft tissue, and problems resulting from illness.
Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Surgical Podiatry begins with prevention and conservative treatment of diseases and conditions affecting the feet and ankles. Should surgery be necessary, our expertly trained surgical podiatrist utilizes the latest in diagnostic and surgical equipment to provide advanced treatment of injury or illness.
Whenever possible, we offer a minimally invasive approach, which means less discomfort and scarring as well as faster recovery times. For certain conditions, both minimally invasive and advanced robot-assisted surgery options are offered, enabling our surgeons to perform even the most complex and delicate procedures with extreme precision.
Saratoga Hospital Medical Group – Surgical Podiatry offers our patients an outstanding team, including a board-certified physician, employing the most up-to-date equipment and advanced diagnostic techniques working within the full spectrum of podiatric care. Working closely with a patient’s primary care provider and other specialists, the team is committed to providing personal, compassionate care.
“Our first priority is to prevent foot and ankle injuries and conditions, so we encourage patients to come in for a consultation early on, before complications can develop. Those who do require surgery can be confident it will be performed with the utmost skill and compassion."
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Utilizing the latest in surgical and minimally invasive techniques, including laser, our surgical podiatrist can perform toenail surgery, soft-tissue lesion removal, wart removal, and other nail and tissue-related surgeries.
Our surgical podiatrist utilizes the latest surgical techniques and equipment to set and repair fractures and wounds in the ankle and foot. With compassion and care, the podiatrist will walk the patient through each step of the procedure, helping assure the patient’s understanding and comfort with the procedure.
In consultation with the patient’s primary physician and other specialists, our podiatric surgeon can repair most foot deformities that cause discomfort or impede healthy use of the lower extremities, such as Charcot foot.