We are still open and here to help you! Thank you for trusting us with your foot and ankle care!

All of us at Foot and Ankle Institute of Colorado want to take a moment to thank all of our wonderful patients we have had the privilege of treating over the years.  It is an honor to be able to partner with you to help you have the healthiest feet, ankles, and overall lifestyle as possible.

During this challenging time for everyone during the coronavirus pandemic, we wanted to let our patients know that we are still OPEN.  We are asking that if you are high risk to please stay home and protect yourself. We are now keeping patients out of the waiting room and essentially trying to bring you straight in the building to a treatment room to avoid anyone being in the waiting area together.  We are following all the CDC guidelines to try and protect our patients as much as possible.  Our staff has now all transitioned to wearing masks to protect ourselves, and also try to protect our patients further.

We are also offering tele-medicine to patients who cannot make it in but need follow up care. As foot and ankle specialists, Dr. Hinderland and Dr. Cameron are expertly trained to take care of everything you need from an infected ingrown toenail to a complex ankle fracture.  We are still treating all emergencies during this time, so if you think your broke your foot or ankle, have uncontrolled pain, have a severe sprain or infection, or have any other urgent concern, please know that we are here to help you even in these times.  We have on site digital x-ray to help make a quick and accurate diagnosis, so we can try and keep you from having to go to the emergency department or urgent care.

Call our Colorado Springs podiatry office at 719-488-4664.  We strive to treat you like one of our own family members and are here to help with all of your foot and ankle needs!  


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

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