Your feet do a lot of work. In fact, the average adult takes about 7,500 steps each day. Feet are made up of complex bones, tendons, and ligaments all working together to keep moving your forward. This is similar to how the Cotton O’Neil Foot and Ankle Clinic is run. Our expert podiatrists work together to help diagnose and treat your foot and ankle injuries, helping you get back on your feet.
From routine checkups to treatments for surgery, or minimally invasive surgery, Cotton O’Neil Foot and Ankle is your one-stop shop for all foot-related injuries and disorders. We are equipped to provide our patients with all of their podiatric needs.
Dr. Matthew Galliano is one of the first surgeons in the United States to offer minimally invasive bunion surgery – an alternative to traditional surgery that can reduce post-surgical scarring, swelling, and pain. Developed originally for maxillofacial procedures, Dr. Galliano uses a specialized burr, a needle-shaped bone cutting tool, which creates precise bone cuts through “keyhole” incisions. Through several small incisions, the bone is cut and the soft tissue is released, allowing the surgeon to realign the big toe joint. Most patients transition to regular shoes at week six.
A Doctor Named Shaun
In 1969, Johnny Cash released a rendition of Shel Silverstein’s poem “A Boy Named Sue.” The song is about a boy who grows up angry with his absentee father not for leaving his family, but for naming him “Sue.” Sue eventually finds his father and after a hard won fight, his father provides him some…
Meet the Real A-Team
“If you have a problem, if no one else can help, maybe you can hire the A-Team.” In 1983, the now iconic A-Team made their debut on the NBC television network. The show focused on a “crack commando unit” with unique character traits and specialties. The main A-Team members comprised of Lieutenant Colonel John “Hannibal”…