The doctors at Table Mountain Foot and Ankle strive to provide their patients with the best and most up-to-date care as possible. They take pride in their specialized training.
Dr. Still’s Recent Training
Dr. Gregory Still just attended a specialized microsurgery training at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. This training focused on his specialized work (and interest!) in peripheral nerve surgery of the lower extremity. This special training allows Dr. Still to be able to use a microscope in the operating room for his patients needing complex peripheral nerve surgery.
During the training at the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Still learned specialized techniques to treat complex conditions that result from failed intermetatarsal neuroma and tarsal tunnel surgery as well as complex nerve entrapment syndromes affecting the lower extremity. Finally, Dr. Still gained further experience in treating nerve injuries of the lower extremity.
What does this mean for you?
As a patient of Table Mountain Foot and Ankle, you can be sure that your doctors are providing you with the best possible treatments and that they have the skillset to perform difficult procedures when necessary. Specialized trainings, like the one Dr. Still just attended, assures you that your conditions will be treated with the most relevant and effective solutions.
Trainings such as Dr. Still’s sets Table Mountain Foot and Ankle apart as one of the most specialized podiatry practices in the greater Denver area. Our podiatrists are skilled, professional, and are always looking for ways to better serve their patients.