The staff at Premier Foot & Ankle is committed to providing the highest level of care in a comfortable, professional atmosphere. Although, conservative efforts are typically enough to resolve a patient’s discomfort, this is not always the case and more aggressive measures are needed. The doctors at Premier Foot & Ankle never consider surgery until all non-invasive treatment options have been exhausted, but there are some cases where conservative measures are not an option and surgical intervention is required to treat the patient.

If surgery is recommended for your condition, you will be provided with the most advanced diagnostic tools, procedures and surgical techniques available. We believe that the patient’s understanding of their own unique condition and all treatment options is paramount.


Once your surgery is scheduled, you will me with the doctor the week of to thoroughly review all details of your upcoming procedure. At this time, the doctor will discuss with you all post-operative measures, including pain management, specific equipment required, weight bearing status and expectations by the week. The doctor and entire staff will always be available to answer any questions you may have.


At Premier Foot & Ankle our surgeons have extensive training and experience from routine elective procedures to complex surgeries including:

  • Bunion Correction
  • Hammertoe Correction
  • Broken bones or fractures
  • Arthritis and Fusion
  • Achilles Tendon Repair
  • Flatfoot Reconstruction (adult or pediatric)
  • Heel Pain Surgery
  • Nerve Releases
  • Nerve Excision
  • Tendon Transfers
  • Soft Tissue Mass Excision
  • Other Trauma
  • Much More…

The doctors of Premier Foot & Ankle are well advanced in cutting-edge techniques and new research involving surgical procedures of the foot and ankle. They’ve performed thousands of successful foot and ankle surgeries and seen many patients set free from foot and ankle pain. Please visit or call Premier Foot & Ankle to schedule a visit today!


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