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By contactus@footankleinc.com
March 01, 2016
Category: Uncategorized
Tags: Apple   Samsung   cellphones   Qualcomm  

I had the pleasure of meeting Vinesh last year when he had a painful growth on his foot.  We both decided that it was time to surgically remove it and found out it was a painful wart.  Vinesh followed instructions to the last dot.  When he came back for follow-up his dressing looked as if I left it on for 2 weeks, but he changed it perfectly.  Without Vinesh our cell phones wouldn't work, he's a guru at Qualcomm.  Thanks brother!

By contactus@footankleinc.com
March 01, 2016
Category: Uncategorized

Alex and I met last year when his ankle was just not improving.  I treated his ankle surgically as what I would do for my own brother.  He is our strong young San Diegan that you may have seen at Costco.  Alex is recovering fast and I'm proud of him.
To be a strong young man you have to have a strong mother and his mom like my mom is no exception.  She was there for him everytime and asked all the right questions. Thanks Mom!

By contactus@footankleinc.com
February 08, 2016
Category: surgery
Tags: #buinonectomy   #superbowl  

 

Talanda and I first met 3 months ago.  She had some bunion problems that needed attention.  We came up with a plan and today she proved to me that she's doing well after surgery.  As a surprise she showed me her 50th Super Bowl champion jersey and got me a 50th aniversary pin too!  She's just a great sport and nice human being.  I had a get a snapshot with her.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Dr. Richard Tu
May 26, 2015
Category: surgery

Linsey shows bravery. Linsey and I met earlier this year with what we thought was a common foot problem, Morton's neuroma for over 10+ years.
However, later it was diagnosed to be a Cutaneous Metaplastic Synovial Cyst. Whaaaaa? That's what we all said. Good news was that it's benign and not a health threat. She is progressing as expected and has no regrets in having it removed. As a military wife she is devoted to her husband as her country and I'm proud to help her.

By Dr. Richard Tu
May 26, 2015
Category: surgery
Tags: flatfoot   americanhero   servedusa  

Anthony is my hero. He is a young vet that served our country in Iraq. 
He suffers from flatfeet his whole life and elected to have one foot reconstructed. After the first week, he surprisingly took only one pill of pain medication and currently not in pain. We are progressing quickly and are both excited to see his new foot. He has given me permission to document his journey.
We also made history, I was the first to do a flatfoot reconstructive surgery in Sharp Coronado.
Proud of you Anthony!





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