When can I schedule elective foot and ankle surgery?

Elective foot and ankle surgeries are now allowed again with some restrictions.  Today, April 27, we are now allowed to resume some elective surgeries.  Elective is really not a very good term, because these are the surgeries that we do that aren't technically emergencies, but are done to help decrease pain and improve function.

Some common electives surgeries that we perform are:

All these procedures are not done for cosmetic purposes, but are done to try and decrease pain and improve function for patients.  Now that we are scheduling these again, there are some restrictions that seem to be changing daily, but the current ones are listed below:

If you have any foot and ankle pain or problem, the team at Foot and Ankle Institute of Colorado is here to help you.  Drs. Matthew Hinderland and Jordan Cameron perform all types of foot and ankle reconstructive surgery and are expertly trained to get you healed and back to full function as soon as possible.  Call us at 719-488-4664, so we can help you today!

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

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