FAQs

San Antonio Foot Surgeon

Why choose Hill Country Foot Surgeons?
Hill Country Foot Surgeons has over 23 years of experience in the foot and ankle medical service industry. We place an emphasis on gentle customer care and pain relief. Whether you simply need some rest and mild medication, or you need a surgical procedure, we are capable and willing to meet your needs.

What types of injuries do you treat?
At Hill Country Foot Surgeons, we can treat all of your foot and ankle pain by starting at the source. We treat structural injuries like sprains, torn ligaments, and broken bones. We can also treat structural injuries like cuts, punctures, and sores. Our corrective custom orthotic inserts can help manipulate your gait into a stride that is better for your joins. This can help alleviate pain in all of your lower extremity joints.

What is a lower extremity vascular test?
A lower extremity vascular test measures the circulation in your legs. Poor circulation can cause tingling, numbness, coldness, and many other minor symptoms. It can also be a sign of heart disease and high cholesterol. The lower extremity vascular test measures the severity of your circulation issues, and can help you make an important decision about your lifestyle. The decision you make might even prolong your life.

How do I know if I need surgery?
Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to have surgery is up to you. Some major structural injuries will require surgery as soon as possible. Other minor injuries get worse over time because of the constant wear and tear that our feet and ankles experience. These injuries may or may not require surgery depending on your pain tolerance and desired lifestyle.

Contact Hill Country Foot Surgeons today at (210) 616-0819 for San Antonio or (830) 895-3400 for Kerrville.

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What Makes Us Different

  • One-on-One Foot & Ankle Care
  • Tailored Procedures for Each Patient
  • Excellent Care in Emergency Situations
  • Trained & Experienced Doctor
  • Gentle Professional Foot Care

Certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery

American College of Foot and Ankles Surgeons