Flat Feet Repair Surgery: Before & After Pictures

Updated 10/15/2018
In this video we explain the leading cause of a flat foot in adults.

The physicians at University Foot and Ankle Institute are nationally recognized as experts in the surgical treatment of flat feet in both adults and children. 

 

Our surgeons help develop many orthopedic products and surgical procedures that are used in flat feet corrective surgery. 

 

With decades of combined experience, our and expertise allows for us to offer the best best care with the highest rates of success in the nation, all in a relaxed and professional environment.

  • Flat Foot Before Surgery - University Foot and Ankle Institute
    Flat Foot After Surgery - University Foot and Ankle Institute

    Flat Foot

    Flatfoot occurs when the joints in the foot become progressively misaligned resulting in a collapse and lowering of the arch. This places excessive strain to tendons and joints of the foot. There are surgical procedures that allow for realignment of the foot. This is done through bone cuts, tendon transfers and possible fusion of joints depending on the severity of deformity.

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