Minimal Incision Surgery For Bunions
All right, okay you can have a seat Ms. Whte. And if we look at her x-rays here you can see the before, and you can see the after. So just two small screws. Ms. White, would you recommend minimal incision bunion surgery?
Yes I do. I do recommend it. It wasn’t a long process, it took me less of time to heal from the process of the surgery, so, yes i do recommend it to other people.
All right, thank you.
Ms. Caldwell Thanks Dr. Harris After Her Midfoot Fusion Procedure
The experience was wonderful thank you again Dr. Harris. My whole life has changed, I’m able to wear shoes, I don’t have any pain, no swelling. I’m not 110% back to normal but I am pain-free and I thank this for Dr. Harris and thank God because when I walked in his office he saw the pain in my face. It was just like I wanted to cry but I hold my tears, but he saw the pain like I said in my face, and I just thank him for making my life better and better. Thank you.
I appreciate it, I said it’s not me, it’s God I’m just a vessel so that’s right but I appreciate you allowing us to care for you know I just want to update people you know I have a lot of patients that are reserved about having fusion so I wanted you to share your experience and hopefully others can have the same experience. Thank you.
Thank you Dr. Harris.
Our Patient Describes The Benefits Of Her Orthotics and Shares A Tip With Us
So after suffering with plantar fasciitis since last April I came in and saw Dr. Harris and, I like I said, went through the anti-inflammatories. I got three steroid shots and it still just was not working. I also suffered from rheumatoid arthritis and he recommended getting the custom orthotics and so I did and, basically, like they make molds of your teeth, they basically just make a mold of your foot and they send it off and it comes back and it’s perfectly molded for my foot. Since ordering the orthotics and wearing them every day for the last couple of months I literally have no foot pain at all. I’ve taught for 23 years and so I’m on my feet every day and I always would come home with sore feet and I don’t come home with sore feet anymore. The orthotics has balanced it out and my feet are not sore, I don’t have the plantar fasciitis pain anymore. I’ve tried to fit the orthotics in the sandals, I’m trying to wear them as much as I can because now I want to wear them all the time they feel fabulous on my feet. My feet feel so good it’s probably the best investment that I’ve made in a very long time.
I’m surprised T Fun, this is her short name, is even sharing this because she couldn’t stand me when she first met because I would make it hurt every time she came it was painful but now I think we’re on good terms. So yes but I would encourage everyone if you have orthotics to try her trick she taught me something with this and I guess that’s why you’re a teacher!
Our Patient Was Pain Free After Amniotic Injection Therapy For Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction
“About 4 years, and it’s just been miserable?”
“Yes yes, and I couldn’t walk.”
“Couldn’t walk at all.”
“Just turning my foot to the side, trying to walk.”
“And how was undergoing the injection for you?”
“And you’re how far from the injection now?”
“About 2 months.”
“And how much pain are you in?”
“So four years, and then two months after the injection, no pain?”
“Would you do it again?”
“Yes I would.”
“Well thank you guys, this has been Brittney and Ms. Hood, myself Dr. Harris and we just wanted to update you on amniotic therapy. Thank you.”
After Over A Year Of Pain, Our Patient’s Daily Routine Is Getting Back To Normal
Client Testimonial After Amniotic Treatment To Treat Arthritis
It’s great, it’s the best thing that’s happened to me in six years. Truly, I would walk two steps and my foot would be in agony and now nothing hurts. I couldn’t be happier.
All right well I’m glad we could help you. Spread the word on amniotic injections.
Another happy patient
“I just can’t say enough good things about the staff and Dr. Brandon Percival. I had bunion surgery by Dr. Percival. I’ve had little to no pain and I’m extremely happy with the results! I would recommend him to anyone!”
Custom orthotics result in happy feet for patient
“I came in with pain in my feet. I was hurting and I could hardly walk. I saw Dr. Harris and he told me about custom orthotics. When I got my custom orthotics I had no more pain in my feet. I was so happy they worked for me. I thank God for new feet! They work great.”
Is my toe broken or sprained?
Toe injuries are common, but it’s not always obvious whether the problem is a sprain or a fracture. Both conditions can result in pain, swelling, stiffness, bruising, and discoloration, and sometimes a sprain can “mask” a more serious break underneath, leaving you to wonder, “Is my toe broken or sprained?” Here are some signs to help you tell the difference:
While sprained toes usually still can be moved and flexed (albeit with pain), broken toes usually won’t move at all (or at least not very much). Broken toes are also more likely to cause numbness or tingling, more likely to cause bleeding, and more likely to cause “unusual” symptoms like disorientation or faintness. Symptoms don’t usually improve as quickly, either, so if swelling and pain remains intense after more than 48 hours, a break is likely.
Of course, if the toe is misaligned or deformed, that’s an obvious sign that you’re dealing with something much worse than a sprain.
When a toe injury occurs, don’t mess around. Dial Carolina Podiatry Group at 803-285-1411 or toll-free at 888-569-9559 to set up an appointment. We’ll set you up with an accurate diagnosis and a treatment plan tailored for your unique circumstances.