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1794 E. Joyce Blvd. Ste 2
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Fayetteville, AR 72703

Deformity Correction

There are many types of foot deformities, which may involve the foot, ankle, heel, tendon, or toes. There are several reasons someone may have a foot deformity: they were born with it, they had an accident that caused it, previous surgery resulted in unwanted result, or it developed over time due to a wear-and-tear condition, such as arthritis. A foot deformity can also be a condition of an inherited disease, such as dystrophy.

Treatments for Foot Deformities

The treatment your surgeon recommends will depend on the cause of your foot deformity. If your deformity is due to an accident or injury, surgery may be be avoided, as the deformity may correct itself. However, that is not always the case. 

Therefore, only a knowledgeable foot and ankle surgeon should diagnosis you and recommend treatment.

Why choose Arkansas Foot & Ankle Specialists?

If you are considering treatment, you should seek out a surgeon with experience and training in foot deformities. With years of experience and advanced training devoted to the surgical care of the foot, our esteemed foot and ankle surgeon at Arkansas Foot and Ankle Specialists, Dr. Aaron Teufel is focused on accurately diagnosing and effectively treating foot injuries and conditions.