Weil Foot & Ankle Institute specializes in providing wound care. Open wounds provide heightened risk of developing infections and it is important to assess and treat non-healing wounds to avoid complications.
Diabetic patients with wounds are at particular risk for complications. Poor circulation and lack of sensation (neuropathy) are symptoms commonly experienced by diabetic patients. Often diabetics experience injuries on their feet which develop sores which become wounds. Non-healing wounds put diabetics at risk for amputation if infections and poor circulation is not improved. Regular assessment and evaluation of your foot and ankle vascular health can help avoid future wound healing problems.
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Review of Dr. Baker
We tried radio shockwave therapy and I was able to compete in the 2015 World Championships and helped the team win a bronze medal.
Review of Dr. Sorensen
He always has the best interest for me and always treated me with a smile. Always asking me questions, if I had any questions. He always wanted to know more in a personal level about his patients. He's very caring.
Review of Dr. Amarantos
Dr. Amarantos treated me for foot calluses and I feel wonderful. I can walk like a young woman again. Thank you doctor!
Review of Dr. Weil Jr.
I was able to get into regular shoes within a week. There's been no pain.
Review of Dr. O'Keefe
The join replacement in my big toe that he did took away all of the the pain that I had. I had bone on bone. When the joint was replaced, the toe was working perfectly and I was pain free.