Resolve Decades Of Short Toe Issues


With our advanced brachymetatarsia, we’ve been able to resolve decades of short toe issues for clients all over the globe. Do you have a short toe? Brachymetatarsia is when one or more bones in the foot stop growing too early, while the other toes keep growing (mostly around 7-8 years old). For the most part, this is a genetic disorder, but may also be caused by an injury or infection. Brachymetatarsia usually happens to the fourth toe bone of one foot or both feet. This can be painful when you’re walking because the other bones (toes) are holding more weight than usual. Most patients experience discomfort in shoes.

Resolve Decades Of Short Toe Issues: Meet Dorinda

I have lived with this condition (Brachymetatarsia) for 40 years and it has been a thorn in my side on not only a physical level but also an emotional one. This condition has been very limiting and has dictated a lot of how I have gone about living my life – I am happy to say, thanks to Dr. Khosroabadi, this is no longer the case. I am living pain pain free physically as well as emotionally! Because of the amazing, cutting edge surgical advancements he has made in the field, Dr. Khosroabadi has become a respected leader in the medical community – he is the best! Twenty years ago, this perfected type of surgery was not available. I personally thank God for Dr. Khosroabadi, for his wonderful skills, dedication and compassion for his patients which really emanates from him down to his caring staff.

Dorinda H

How It Works

To fix this condition, Dr. Khosroabadi (Dr. K) surgically places a small device on the toe bone. This allows a patient to lengthen their toe bone very slowly by turning a screw at home (these adjustments are usually painless).

Another option is when Dr. K cuts the toe bone half and inserts a graft between the two halves of the toe bone. After a few weeks, the bone graft heals and becomes part of the original toe bone.

We have been helping patients from all over the US with deformities and illnesses of the foot and ankle. We have always pushed the envelope to come up with new procedures, techniques, and devices. Our procedures have appeared on multiple national TV programs including the nationally syndicated The Doctors. Our goal is to help people walk again and restore their quality of life. Contact us today to learn more!