What is a valet appointment? We remain open to provide safe and efficient foot and ankle care!

New office reception area!

At Foot and Ankle Institute of Colorado, we are offering valet appointments at our office for all of our appointments currently.  We remain open to serve all of your foot and ankle medical needs.  We are taking extra precautions to clean the office frequently, but we have also started having patients check in from their car, and then we will call you when we are ready and bring you directly into the exam room.  This keeps any patients from ever being in the waiting room together to promote social/ physical distancing as much as possible.

Dr. Hinderland and Dr. Cameron are wearing N95 masks with all their patient visits to try and add an extra layer of protection for you.  Our top priority remains to be able to keep you safe and healthy if you have a foot or ankle problem that needs to be addressed.  We are still seeing patients for diabetic foot care and wounds, ingrowing toenails and infections, foot and ankle sprains, tendon ruptures (such as achilles ruptures), stress fractures and acute foot and ankle fractures, and severe pain.  Severe heel pain or pain from an arthritic joint can still be safely treated right now, so you don't have to suffer.  Many times, a steroid injection can still be done safely to help relieve your pain quickly.

We have onsite digital xray to accurately diagnose you and get you the correct treatment as efficiently as possible right now, to try and keep you healthy and safe.  Call us at 719-488-4664 so our Colorado Springs podiatry team can help you today! 

We are still performing emergency surgeries and can often times perform these at a surgery center, so we can keep you from having to go into an emergency room or hospital right now, even if you break your foot or ankle.  We attached some pictures of our new office waiting/ reception area, so you can see it, even thought you will just be quickly walking through it at this time :)

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

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