Short Toe Foot Pain Treatment

Brachymetatarsia, aka Short Toe, can cause the other bones (toes) to hold more weight than usual, which can result in many patients looking for a short toe foot pain treatment. In some cases, short toe can be fixed altogether via two surgical options. Short Toe Treatment Options To fix this condition, Dr. Khosroabadi (Dr. K) …

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Foot Surgery With Minimal Recovery Time

Our practice specializes in foot surgery with minimal recovery time. We are able to offer minimal recovery time for procedures like bunion removal, bunionette treatment, and hammertoe correction, because of our trademarked, minimally invasive surgical procedures. Meet Dr. Khosroabadi (Dr.K), founder of the Khosroabadi Institute, world-renowned foot and ankle surgeon, and creator of the AMI-foot …

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Clubfoot Deformity Treatment Helps Children In Need

Not only does the Khosroabadi Institute offer destination surgery treatment for patients across the world, but our practice’s clubfoot deformity treatment is also donated to children in need. For more than 10 years, HEALING THE CHILDREN (HTC), with Team Leader Dr. Ali Khosroabadi, has traveled to Nepal to provide foot and ankle surgery. Nepal has an …

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Short Toe Deformity Treatment

If one of the five long bones of your foot is abnormally short, then you’ve got Brachymetatarsia, and could benefit from Dr.K’s short toe deformity treatment. Dr. K has performed hundreds of toe lengthening surgeries. This is where Dr. K’s experience is so valuable. He will examine the patient and choose the best method, according …

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How Bunions Can Affect Your Life | Bunion Removal Specialist

Pain-Relieving Bunion Removal

AMI-Bunion is a minimally invasive, outpatient, pain-relieving bunion removal procedure perfected by Dr.Khoasroabadi (Dr.K). The procedure involves smaller incisions and an osteotome, providing a better bone healing environment. Dr.K is able to prevent and eliminate pin track infections that some patients were experiencing when undergoing the alternative bunion removal process originating in Italy. Pain-Relieving Bunion …

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TRADEMARKED AMI® FOOT PROCEDURES

The Khosroabadi Institute welcomes patients from around the world seeking any of Dr.K’s Trademarked AMI® FOOT Procedures. Dr. K’s revolutionary, minimally invasive, virtually painless, foot procedures help patients get back on their feet faster, compared to traditional surgeries which may take up to 3 months. We have been receiving patients from across the country and …

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis (PLAN-tur fas-e-I-tis) is one of the most common causes of heel pain. It is an inflammation of a thick band of tissue that runs across the bottom of each foot and connects the heel bone to the toes (plantar fascia).  Plantar fasciitis often causes a throbbing pain that usually occurs with the first steps in the morning. When you get up and move, …

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Correcting Hammertoes

If your toes look like a hammer or claw, then you may be looking for options on correcting hammertoes. Hammertoes may become sore and difficult to move. A foot doctor (Dr. K) can examine your toes and take an X-ray to see what’s going on inside your foot. There are two types of hammer toes, …

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Bunion Removal Specialist

If you’re suffering from pain or severe discomfort due to a bony ‘bump’ appearing at the joint where the big toe meets the foot, then you’re probably looking for a bunion removal specialist. Sometimes, bunion pain can be treated with wider shoes, custom-made shoe inserts, bunion shields, corticosteroid injections, and more. In more severe cases, …

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How To Fix Hammertoe

If you’re experiencing pain due to your toes unnaturally curling under, then you’re probably asking your doctor how to fix hammertoe. There are two kinds of hammertoes, flexible and rigid. Flexible toe joints can usually be moved back and forth. Rigid toe joints cannot be straightened, may be painful, and will interfere with walking. Is …

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