Our podiatric surgeons employ the most advanced techniques and procedures to help you or your loved ones overcome ankle and foot conditions caused by illness, injury, and the wear and tear of everyday life. Utilizing state-of-the-art diagnostic services and the latest non-surgical and surgical methods, we strive to maximize function and minimize discomfort for our patients. From initial diagnosis through treatment and rehabilitation, you’ll enjoy peace of mind knowing that you’re receiving podiatric care from an experienced staff widely recognized for their diagnostic and therapeutic expertise.
For many of us, our feet are the furthest things from our minds, both physically and mentally. We expect they’ll be uncomfortable at times, and we put up with it when they hurt. But healthy feet are fundamental to the quality of our lives.
The good news is that everyone—from the child with pediatric podiatry problems to the active adult suffering from over-use or sports injuries — can benefit from the expertise of an podiatric surgeon. There are treatment options that help people lead happier and more productive lives. That’s why we use a multi-faceted approach to encompass the latest, proven treatments for our patients.
Podiatric surgeons treat patients of all ages — from newborns to the elderly – with diverse conditions and varied lifestyles the physicians at Paradigm Foot Care and Podiatric Surgery are committed to exploring nonsurgical options first. Patients’ individual needs are met through comprehensive evaluation and treatment designed to help them achieve active, pain-free lifestyles. The patient and their relatives are encouraged to ask questions, discuss treatment options and to take an active role in the entire process.
When surgery does become necessary, Paradigm physicians utilize the latest minimally invasive techniques to minimize trauma and restore the patients quality of life in the shortest time possible.
Treating pediatric foot conditions is a passion for Drs. Daniel Hake and Darren Vigee. Whether your child’s foot or ankle condition is the result of an injury, has developed during growth, or has been present since birth, our specialists are equipped to handle it. Our pediatric podiatrists perform evaluations and diagnostic tests to get a specific and accurate diagnosis so they can best remedy the problem. They also educate you about the diagnosis and work with you to develop a treatment plan to meet your child’s needs.