Podiatric Surgery in Pittsburgh, PA

Some foot conditions require podiatric surgery. However, we encourage you to explore every treatment option available to you before considering podiatric surgery in Pittsburgh, PA. Should you be recommended for surgery, the podiatric team at MLG Podiatry offers minimally invasive surgical options that are designed to provide patients with the relief they need and the balance they deserve. When medication and rest fall short of your expectations, we have the training and facilities required for Plantar Fasciitis and other foot-related surgeries. Depending on symptoms, bunions, hammertoes, neuromas, arthritis, can all be helped by our board certified physicians.

When your discomfort and pain becomes a chronic condition, the time is right for a comprehensive examination of your entire foot. The foot contains many bones and ligaments that can become fractured and ruptured. Instead of enduring this pain and risking more considerable damage to your overall health, visit one of our six locations for the treatment you can count on.

Surgery is capable of correcting a broad array of issues that traditional braces and creams fail to solve. Our surgical professionals can reconnect ruptured tendons and remove cysts without a great deal of discomfort. We take the time to make you feel at home, no matter how young or old you may be. The doctors at each of our locations are capable of treating a broad array of issues that not every practice can resolve on their own. We have been practicing for more than 37 years, and in that time we have developed a connection with our patients and the surrounding community.

Surgical Solutions in Your Neighborhood

When years of wearing uncomfortable shoes result in a toe that is abnormally bent at the middle joint, we may call for surgical hammertoe treatment. During a simple surgical procedure, our podiatrist will remove a portion of the bone in the toe, which allows the entire digit to straighten completely. Any pins that are applied can be removed during a follow-up procedure weeks later. Should you require dermatologic or Neuroma surgery, we have the facilities and tools to meet your need.

Surgical removal may be the best option for bunion treatment as well. If a non-surgical treatment plan is incapable of correcting the issue and relieving the patient of pain, we may call for a bunionectomy. A lasting resolution could involve the realignment of tendons, nerves, and even ligaments. Reconstructive surgical treatment options are available for other issues, including:

  • Arthritis
  • Tendonitis
  • Cysts
  • Joint Replacement
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Flat Feet
  • Heel Spurs
  • Neuromas
  • Foot and Ankle Fractures
  • Bunions
  • Hammertoes

Treating a Tendon Rupture

When you plant your foot, and something goes pop, you need a capable surgeon that can reconnect the tissues in your Achilles tendon. Foot surgery doesn’t have to be something to fear and the resulting improvement when it comes to pain and mobility makes it all worth it.

Contact us today to correct the alignment of your feet through podiatric surgery. We proudly serve patients in Mt Oliver, Dormont, McMurray, Jefferson Hills, and Brentwood, Pennsylvania, and surrounding communities.