If you’re suffering from problems related to your feet, and have not been able to get relief from orthotics, special shoes, and even have considered foot surgery, you may be a candidate for the innovative procedure called EOTTS.
Dr. Baldinger Is A Master Surgeon In EOTTS
For decades, doctors didn’t realize that the cause of many painful foot problems were not the feet themselves, but a misalignment of the bones of the feet. Once this was discovered, scientists went to work to find a way to correct the misalignment so that a foot can operate the way it was intended. That procedure is called Extra-Osseous Talotarsal Stabilization, or EOTTS.
Dr. Baldinger is one of a handful of doctors in the U.S. who is considered Master Surgeon in EOTTS because he has successfully performed so many of the procedures.
Are You A Candidate For EOTTS?
If you have any of the following problems, EOTTS may be for you:
- Flat feet
- Chronic foot pain
- Ankle pain
- Heel pain
- Difficulty walking
EOTTS Is Truly A Miracle
The EOTTS procedure involves the insertion of a smail titanium stent into a naturally-occurring space that exists between your ankle and heel bone. The stent, manufactured by a company called Hyprocure, reduces the excessive abnormal forces on your feet that caused your problem.
In essence, your misaligned bones are now fixed and your shoes will fit better – for life!
Your feet will stop forming bunions and hammertoes. And for many patients, secondary symptoms such as chronic hip, knee, and back pain diminish, and are often completely eliminated.
EOTTS Involves Minimal Pain & Minimal Down Time
The EOTTS procedure takes about half an hour per foot and is performed under local anesthetic. You will be able to get up and walk without a cast, cane, or crutches immediately after surgery.
This FDA-approved procedure is safe for adults and children as young as 5 to 6-years old.
Don’t Say Yes To Surgery Without Seeing Dr. Baldinger
If you’ve been considering reconstructive foot surgery, you’re in for a long haul. Surgery involves the cutting and shifting of bones, fusing joints, and transferring tendons. Recovery is painful and takes months. In fact, reconstructive foot surgery is so difficult that patients are advised to avoid it until their pain is intolerable.
If you’re ready to finally live without the pain and discomfort of foot problems, please come in for an appointment with Dr. Baldinger and find out if you’re a candidate for EOTTS.
Let’s Get You Moving Again!