Foot and Ankle Surgery
Our Surgical Philosophy
Surgery should almost always be a last resort for foot pain. At McVay Foot & Ankle, we believe treatment for most foot and ankle conditions should begin with focused, conservative care. Often, a combination of rest, medications, custom orthotics, or other non-invasive approaches can bring the necessary healing and restoration.
However, when conservative treatments are not indicated or aren’t sufficient, you need a skilled surgeon who can identify the problem and correct it, quickly and completely. Dr. Jeremy McVay is certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery and has extensive experience in advanced techniques, including total ankle replacement and ankle stabilization, diabetic limb salvage, and minimally-invasive arthroscopic and endoscopic procedures. We tailor a surgical approach to your needs and execute it skillfully, helping you heal faster and with fewer risks of complication.
Take comfort in the fact that Dr. McVay is experienced, knowledgeable, and has performed thousands of sucessful surgeries. He will do the same for you.
That said, we will never push you toward a surgery you don’t need. We offer the same treatments and suggestions we would make to members of our own families. Our only concern, and our only goal, is to work alongside you to select and pursue the best possible treatment course for your condition and lifestyle.
Surgical procedures performed by Dr. McVay include:
- Ankle arthroscopy
- Ankle stabilization
- Crush injuries
- Diabetic limb salvage
- Endoscopic plantar fasciotomy
- Midfoot fusions
- Reconstructive surgery for foot deformities for bunions, hammertoes, flatfoot, and Charcot foot
- Tendon transfers
- Total ankle replacement (one of the few doctors in Colorado trained to perform this procedure)
- Traumatic fractures (broken ankles, midfoot, toes, etc.)
Working Together for the Best Results
Your surgeon is only part of your surgery team, and a successful surgery is only the first step of the healing process. A holistic approach to healing and recovery requires teamwork between your doctors, your family and friends, and yourself. We are committed to making sure you and any other care providers are fully educated and are provided with detailed instructions for home care.
If pain or injury is keeping you from enjoying your activities, please give our office in Colorado Springs a call at 719-266-5000. From simple conservative therapies and complex surgeries, we’re here to help you through whatever treatment you need to get you back on your feet.
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