Minimally Invasive Foot And Ankle Surgery

There are constantly new advancements that are helping foot and ankle surgeons be able to do procedures in a more minimally invasive manner.  Many ankle problems can now be addressed through arthroscopy, which decreases pain, scarring, and healing time.  Bunion surgery to correct painful bumps on the foot can also be done with more minimally invasive techniques in some cases, which helps get you back to full activity as fast as possible.

Our podiatrists at the Foot and Ankle Institute of Colorado work to stay up on the leading techniques of minimally invasive foot and ankle surgery to try to give you the fastest possible recovery if you need surgery,  Many times, we can also offer conservative treatment to be able to avoid surgery all together.  If you are suffering from any foot or ankle problem, call our Colorado Springs and Monument offices today at 719-488-4664.  We will work with you to try to give you the best possible outcome.  Drs. Hinderland and Cameron strive to treat you like they would if you were one of their own family members in a humble and compassionate manner.

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