Injuries to your feet or ankles may lead to chronic pain or deformity, even after surgical correction. The board-certified foot and ankle surgery experts at Midwest Foot and Ankle Clinics, Khalid Husain, DPM, Gene Choi, DPM, Jennifer Kirchens, DPM, and Christina Sarantopoulos, DPM, specialize in revisional foot surgery to correct broken or painful feet. The specialists also offer second opinions. To schedule an evaluation, call the office closest to you in Hoffman Estates, Arlington Heights, and the Norwood Park neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, or request an appointment using the online booking button.
Revisional foot surgery is a medical specialty focused on fixing broken or painful feet. Foot injuries are common. However, treatment for these injuries may not always lead to a complete recovery. It’s not uncommon to continue to experience pain, stiffness, or difficulty walking after you’ve injured your foot, even if the injury was surgically repaired.
The board-certified foot and ankle surgeons at Midwest Foot and Ankle Clinics specialize in revisional foot surgery and use advanced tools and techniques to minimize your symptoms and restore function. The experienced surgical team has successfully helped many people with revisional surgery and are happy to provide a second opinion.
The foot and ankle surgeons at Midwest Foot and Ankle Clinics offer revisional foot surgery for the management of many foot issues and injuries. You may benefit from consulting with the team if you’ve had foot surgery to fix a deformity or injury, but continue to experience symptoms or your surgery resulted in a poor outcome.
In addition to fixing your broken or painful foot, the team at Midwest Foot and Ankle Clinics includes physicians fellowship trained in limb salvage who use innovative treatments that result in very favorable outcomes. If you have a foot wound and you’ve been told your only option is amputation, contact Midwest Foot and Ankle Clinics to schedule a consultation to discuss your limb salvage options.
The specialists at Midwest Foot and Ankle Clinics develop individualized treatment plans for revisional foot surgery based on your specific diagnosis and needs. The team reviews the details of your plan, including nonsurgical and surgical treatments, so you know what to expect and how to prepare.
Your revisional foot surgery may be more complicated than your initial surgery. However, the surgical experts at Midwest Foot and Ankle Clinics use the most advanced tools and techniques to ensure you get the best possible outcome, including relief from your symptoms and restoration of normal foot function.
Foot pain after surgical correction isn’t normal. To discuss your revisional foot surgery options, contact Midwest Foot and Ankle Clinics by phone or online today.