FOOT AND ANKLE FAQ

Bunion FAQ

Almost all insurances will pay for bunion surgery as well as nearly all other types foot and ankle surgeries. We also offer PAYMENT PLANS with ZERO INTEREST.

You will walk immediately. Dr. Hormozi performs the most advanced and minimally invasive bunion surgeries. This allows most patients to walk immediately after surgery in removable surgical shoes, return to regular shoes by 3-4 weeks, and resume normal activity in 4-6 weeks. We also offer PAYMENT PLANS with ZERO INTEREST.

Since Dr. Hormozi performs minimally invasive bunion surgery most patients will only experience minor pain for about 2-3 days after surgery. We also offer PAYMENT PLANS with ZERO INTEREST.

Most bunion surgeries involve local anesthesia with Monitor Anesthesia care (light intravenous sedation). Sometimes general anesthesia maybe indicated. We also offer PAYMENT PLANS with ZERO INTEREST.

Because bunions are progressive problem, they don’t go away, and will usually get worse over time. But not all cases are alike. Some bunions progress more rapidly than others. We also offer PAYMENT PLANS with ZERO INTEREST.

When the pain of a bunion interferes with daily activities, it’s time to discuss surgical options. We also offer PAYMENT PLANS with ZERO INTEREST.

Hammertoe Surgery FAQ

Almost all insurances will pay for Hammertoe surgery and almost ALL other types foot and ankle surgeries.

You can walk immediately after Hammertoe surgery, since Dr. Hormozi performs the most advanced and minimally invasive Hammertoe surgeries. This will allow most patients to walk immediately after surgery in a removable surgical shoe, and return to regular shoes by 2-3 weeks. Normal activity can be resumed in 4-6 weeks.

Since Dr. Hormozi performs minimally invasive Hammertoe surgery most patients will only experience minor pain for about 2-3 days after surgery.

Most Hammertoe surgeries involve local anesthesia with Monitor Anesthesia care (light intravenous sedation). Sometimes general anesthesia may be necessary.

Because Hammertoes are a progressive problem, they don’t go away, and will usually get worse over time. But not all cases are alike. Some Hammertoes progress more rapidly than others.

When the pain of Hammertoes interferes with daily activities, it’s time to discuss surgical options.

Plantar Fasciitis Surgery FAQ

Almost all insurances will pay for Plantar Fascia surgery and almost ALL other types foot and ankle surgeries.

Dr. Hormozi performs the most advanced and minimally invasive Plantar Fascia surgeries. This will allow most patients to walk immediately after surgery in a removable surgical shoe and to return to regular shoes by 2-3 weeks. Normal activity can be resumed in 4-6 weeks.

Since Dr. Hormozi performs minimally invasive Plantar Fascia surgery with very small incisions, most patients will only experience minor pain for about 1-2 days after surgery.

Most Plantar Fascia surgeries involve local anesthesia with Monitor Anesthesia care (light intravenous sedation). Sometimes general anesthesia may be required.

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