Common podiatry services

SERVICES

We provide the latest non-invasive and surgical treatments for foot and ankle conditions. View our services to learn more about how we can help.

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Foot surgery center

SURGERY CENTER

The state-of-the-art Surgery Center of Blue Valley is our convenient foot surgery facility featuring the best equipment and a safe environment with low risk of infection.

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MEET OUR KANSAS CITY PODIATRISTS

Our team of highly educated and trained foot and ankle doctors are passionate and experienced in treating even the most complex foot issues. Our KC podiatrists love what they do and always look forward to meeting new faces and challenges. For the best podiatric care in Kansas City, visit our office in Overland Park, KS.

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Kansas City podiatrist Dr. Laha
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Dr. Phillips, a podiatrist in Kansas City
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Dr. Hall, a podiatrist in Overland Park
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Patient quote markThe care I received at the Kansas City Foot Specialists by Dr. Laha and his staff has been outstanding. Podiatrist patient testimonials

— Barry Thompson, Google+ review

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FROM THE BLOG

  • Try This Shocking New Treatment for Heel Pain

    If you suffer from heel pain, you know how debilitating it can be. Well, the podiatrists at KC Foot Specialists have some good news for you. We have a new therapy we’re using to reduce chronic foot pain. This new treatment can be used to treat the most common cause of heel pain - plantar fasciitis (when the plantar fascia, a ligament that runs along the bottom of the foot from the heel to the base of the toes, becomes strained and painful, making it difficult to put any weight on the heel of the foot.)

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  • How to Know if Your Ankle is Sprained or Broken

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    Sports injuries are extremely common, with a yearly number totaling over 3 million for athletic youths in the U.S., alone. This means an emergency room or doctor visit is not always a logical or frugal first choice, and most individuals choose to treat themselves at home after they sprain their ankle. Knowing when to see a doctor about an ankle injury is important and can save both time and further complications. The team at Kansas City Foot Specialists put together these signs to look for to help determine if it’s a sprained or broken ankle.

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