Angie Beerup, Chief Operating Officer explained, “This designation sets our doctors and practice apart by representing the expertly focused approach we take to the diagnosis and treatment of heel pain.”
Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) October 05, 2016
Kansas City Foot and Ankle CEO and Founder Dr. Mark Green, DPM, is proud to announce the formation of The Heel Pain Center of Kansas City as a specialized extension of Kansas City Foot and Ankle.
Kansas City Foot and Ankle has been part of the Kansas City medical community for over 20 years. Our success is grounded in our commitment to providing excellent patient care and 5-star customer service.
Kansas City Podiatrists, Dr. Mark Green, Dr. Stephanie Jameson, Dr. Daniel Miller and Dr. Dusty Christensen have developed The Heel Pain Center of Kansas City to be a world class heel pain center that offers the most advanced treatment technology to effectively treat the many causes and types of heel pain.
With our specialized training and advanced diagnostic technologies including in-office digital x-rays and diagnostic ultrasound, our doctors can quickly diagnose the cause of a patient’s heel pain and offer the latest proven treatments to customize a plan of care that fits each patient’s individual lifestyle.
“We have many advanced treatment modalities at our fingertips which provide our patients with more options,” Dr. Green said. “The Heel Pain Center of Kansas City utilizes advanced in-office treatment technologies such as musculoskeletal laser, stem cell injections, cryotherapy, and the latest technology in custom orthotics. While heel pain can be debilitating, it is easily treatable and most patients improve quickly without the need for a surgical procedure.”
“Our doctors have a strong personal interest in the treatment of heel pain because it is one of the most common causes of foot pain in the community. We treat patients of all ages including kids with Severe’s Disease and Achilles tendonitis, to adults with plantar fasciitis, heel spurs and stress fractures.”
We have created an informative website to educate our community on the symptoms, causes and treatment options for heel pain. Please visit http://www.HeelPainCenterKC.com to learn more. You can also check out Kansas City Foot and Ankle’s main website at http://www.KansasCityFootandAnkle.com.