Minimally Invasive Procedures | Foot and Ankle Clinic
Foot and Ankle Clinic
If you need surgery to remove painful bunions, call the surgical team at Hermann Drive Surgical Hospital. They are studying an investigational pain medication for the treatment of pain after surgery. If you meet all study criteria, surgery and study‐related care may be provided at no cost. For more information about bunion surgery, call the team at 713-367-8548. That’s 713-367-8548.
The foot and ankle surgeons at Foot Surgery Specialists of Texas treat all foot and ankle pain and conditions with a focus on minimally invasive foot surgery and other techniques to restore pain free function of the foot and ankle. Our foot and ankle clinic are fully equipped with state-of-the-art equipment. Minimally invasive techniques could mean non-surgical care or smaller incisional approaches. Using minimally invasive techniques provides our patients with many benefits over traditional treatments and surgeries. These benefits typically include:
- Significantly less pain over traditional surgery
- Quicker recovery time
- Faster return to work and normal activities
- Less damage to tissue
- Less scarring
- Outpatient surgery
Our practice is dedicated to providing you with a “First Class” experience whenever you come into our foot and ankle clinic. We recognize how important your time is to you. From the cleanliness of our foot and ankle clinic to the professionalism of our foot doctors and staff, your visit to our foot and ankle clinic should be the most pleasant of your medical encounters.
The entire staff at our foot and ankle clinic take pride in the fact that you have chosen us as your podiatrists in Houston, Texas, and we will make every effort to get you back on your feet as quickly as possible. The doctors and staff are dedicated to not only providing the highest quality of foot and ankle treatment, but also a comfortable office experience.
The foot doctors and staff at our foot and ankle clinic continue their commitment in providing you with high quality care for all of your foot and ankle needs. To schedule an appointment with one of our foot and ankle surgeons, please contact the foot and ankle clinic nearest you.
Minimally Invasive Procedures
When non-operative treatments for chronic heel pain fail, your foot doctor may recommend surgery for plantar fasciitis.
Endoscopic decompression of intermetatarsal nerve is an endoscopic technique used for Morton’s neuroma treatment.
When non-surgical methods for treating plantar fasciitis fail, endoscopic plantar fasciotomy (EPF) is the preferred procedure.
The endoscopic gastrocnemius recession (EGR) is a minimally invasive technique designed for gastrocnemius equinus treatment.
A minimally invasive foot surgery technique used to relieve the pressure exerted on a nerve that runs through the tarsal tunnel on the inner side of the ankle and into the foot.
For some patients, foot pain treatment can involve a minimally invasive technique called platelet-rich plasma therapy.
Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive technique used to evaluate or to treat a variety of ankle conditions.
Extracorporeal shockwave therapy is a noninvasive alternative to treatment for heel pain when the patient has not responded to traditional therapy.
Subtalar joint implants offer a less aggressive option to treating a more mild flatfoot or pediatric flatfoot.