As an expert foot surgeon, Dr. Grodman takes great pride in his ability to restore proper function to an injured or deformed foot. Surgery is recommended only when it the very best method to correct your condition. Dr. Grodman performs the type of surgery that will most effectively correct your problem while minimizing pain and inconvenience.
Some minor surgeries are performed within the comforts of our office, while other surgeries are performed on an outpatient basis at area hospitals. Our surgical services include:
Bunion surgery and joint replacement
Heel pain and correction of heel spurs
Hammertoes and toe misalignment
Surgery to correct diabetic complications
Correction of arthritic conditions
If you are an occasional sports enthusiast or a professional athlete, Dr. Grodman helps you remain healthy and competitive in your recreational activities. Our special sports medicine care can help you prevent injuries before they occur as well as repair injuries after they happen. We provide treatment for:
Sprained ankles, fractures, stress fractures
Shin splints and other overuse conditions
Heel pain and heel injuries
Tendonitis, pulled tendons
The following are the most common services performed in Dr. Grodman’s office:
Orthotics - Orthotics are custom made to fit in a patient’s shoes to treat painful conditions such as flatfeet, heel spurs, plantar fasciitis and neuromas.
Ingrown Nails – These common afflictions can be treated with either a simple excision or a more complex surgical procedure depending on the severity of the condition.
Fungal Infections – These infections of both the skin and nails should be treated as soon as possible because if left untreated they can lead to dangerous blood infections such as cellulitis.
Diabetic Foot Care – Foot care complications are very common for diabetic patients and we emphasize the control of blood sugar to avoid these problems
Bunions, Hammertoes, Corns and Calluses are very common conditions. These can be treated with permanent removal. We can also treat these conditions on a temporary basis, giving our patients temporary relief. The patient has the final say on how we treat their condition.