Same Day and Next Day Appointments are Available for Foot and Ankle Fractures, Sprains, and Injuries

At Foot and Ankle Institute of Colorado, we have same day next day appointments available with our surgeons if you suffer an injury and need to be seen immediately. We have state-of-the-art digital x-ray in our office, so we can accurately diagnose you and treat you at the same visit.  Many times, you can come straight to us instead of having to go to the emergency room or urgent care, so you can consult with our foot and ankle doctors right away to determine if your injury need surgery or can be treated conservatively with some type of immobilization.

If you suffer an injury that does not need surgery, we have Cam walker boots and other modalities here to immobilize you in the best way for your injury to heal quickly.

If you suffer an injury that does need surgery, most foot and ankle fractures that are closed fractures can be fixed in a surgery center to help decrease risk of infection. Many of these surgeries can be done with nerve blocks, so that you can go home the same day of surgery and not have to spend time in the hospital.

If you suffer any type of foot and ankle sprain, fracture, or injury, our expert Colorado Springs podiatrists are ready to help get you healed as quickly as possible. Call us today at 719-488-4664!

Author
Dr. Matthew Hinderland Board Certified Podiatrist and Foot and Ankle Surgeon

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