When conservative treatments fail to improve your foot or ankle condition, you might need surgery. The highly skilled podiatrists at Pinnacle Foot & Ankle Clinics in Edina and Burnsville, Minnesota, use the most advanced tools and techniques when performing foot and ankle surgery. Call the office nearest you or book an appointment online today to discuss your surgical choices.
Foot and ankle surgery is any procedure performed on the foot or ankle to treat an injury, deformity, or disease.
The Pinnacle Foot & Ankle Clinics team takes a conservative approach to care. However, they also focus on improving your quality of life using cutting-edge treatments to ease foot or ankle pain and restore function.
In some cases, this means foot or ankle surgery.
The Pinnacle Foot & Ankle Clinics team performs many foot and ankle surgeries. The procedures the offer include:
Bunion surgery removes or corrects the bony bump to ease the pain. The Pinnacle Foot & Ankle Clinics team has bunion surgery experts who perform Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™, the most advanced bunion surgery procedure.
For hammertoe surgery, the team lengthens the contracted tendon and joint capsule. They remove a portion of the joint to help the toe straighten out.
Complex foot or ankle fractures usually require surgery to put the bones back in place to heal properly.
The Pinnacle Foot & Ankle Clinics team offers flatfoot surgery to restore the foot’s arch, reducing pain and improving foot mechanics.
If you have an Achilles tendon tear, the team performs surgery to reattach the tendon.
Charcot foot is a degenerative disease that affects the foot's ligaments, cartilage, and bones, causing deformities. In some cases, the team recommends surgery to repair the deformity.
For patients with recurring ingrown toenails, the Pinnacle Foot & Ankle Clinics team can remove some or all of the affected toenail to prevent further problems.
For thick, painful calluses, the team shaves off a portion of the thickened skin to reduce symptoms.
Pinnacle Foot & Ankle Clinics specializes in wound care and foot ulcers. Treatments include debridement (removal) of dead skin and other tissue.
In most cases, a sprained ankle heals on its own. However, patients who develop chronic ankle instability from a sprained ankle will need surgery to tighten the loose ligaments.
The Pinnacle Foot & Ankle Clinics team takes a conservative approach to care. They only recommend foot and ankle surgery when less invasive treatments fail to improve your foot or ankle condition.
Call the office nearest you or schedule an appointment online today to learn more about foot and ankle surgery at Pinnacle Foot & Ankle Clinics.