We Offer Emergency Foot And Ankle Services!

Do you have an emergency foot and ankle injury? If so, we can help! At Foot and Ankle Institute of Colorado in Colorado Springs and Monument, CO, we offer same and next day appointments to get you seen promptly for your injury or other emergency. Our surgeons, Dr. Hinderland and Dr. Cameron, are expertly trained in all foot and ankle surgical and nonsurgical techniques to help get you back on your feet as quickly as possible.

From wearing high heels to running outdoors, there are many habits and choices we make that impact the health of our feet. But when foot pain is sudden and intense, it is an issue that needs to be evaluated by a qualified podiatrist.

Heel injuries, fractures, strains, and sprains, including ankle sprains or other ankle related injuries are a common source of foot pain. Foot and ankle problems don't resolve on their own. If you are dealing with foot pain, it’s time to turn to our doctors for an evaluation.

We offer transparent pricing that we can give to you before the visit, especially if you are uninsured or under-insured. Typically, we can see you and evaluate you for $134 and then if we need a foot or ankle x-ray they are typically right around $40 for a series of 3 digital x-rays that we can take right in our office at the time of the appointment to get you an accurate diagnosis promptly.

Call our Colorado Springs and Monument podiatry offices today at 719-488-4664, so we can help you! All of our team strives to treat you in a humble and compassionate manner with the most up-to-date techniques that are available to get you the best possible results for your foot or ankle condition.

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