P.W. Is a 48 year old male patient with severly painful bunions and hammertoes with a history of Arthritis (R.A.). He underwent a forefoot reconstructive procedure via a plantar incision. The photo on the right is the same foot 6 weeks after Dr. Klein performed his outpatient surgery.
This is a 73 year old female that had a sudden onset of foot pain which started 2 days prior to her visit to SET FootCare, PC. Note the blue dark discoloration and mottled appearance of her avascular looking digits. During her urgent appointment to Dr. Klein, he determined that this problem was being caused by an acute vascular incident (poor circulation with narrowing of the calcified vessels ) and she was sent to the hospital where vascular specialists were awaiting her arrival and an endovascular procedure was performed and saved her limb from amputation. She will be co-managed monitored by Dr Klein and her Vascular Surgeon.
This is a 3 year old female whom had a heavy object drop on he left ankle. The arrow points to the area of most intense pain. The X-ray above shows a Fracture into the growth plate of the lateral aspect (distal fibula) with minimal displacement-Salter Harris Type fracture. She required no surgery but a cast for approximently 4-5 weeks.