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Common Surgical Procedures

  • Achilles Tendon Repair
  • Bunion Deformity Correction
  • Excision of Soft Tissue Mass
  • Flatfoot Reconstruction
  • Fracture Repair
  • Hammertoe Correction
  • Heel Pain Surgery
  • Nerve Releases
  • Acute Tendon Injuries
  • Treatment of Joint Arthritis

Did You Know?

Most foot and ankle surgeries do not require an overnight stay at a hospital with the average surgery time lasting between 1 to 2 hours.

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When conservative treatment has been unsuccessful in alleviating a patient’s pain, surgical intervention may be necessary. Our experienced team at Synergy Foot and Ankle is dedicated to making your entire surgical experience pleasant and easy.

If surgery is recommended, our team will present you with the latest advancements in surgical technologies and techniques. It is our mission to be your guiding light the entire way.

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There’s no better feeling than seeing my patients go back to living their lives after years of suffering in pain. It is this feeling that makes this profession so fulfilling.

Dr. Nam Tran


Can I go home on the same day of surgery?

How long is the recovery after surgery?

How will I get around after surgery?

Can I go home on the same day of surgery?

Yes, in most cases patients will be discharged the same day of surgery depending on the case. Larger foot reconstructions may require admittance into the hospital for overnight observation. This stay is usually no longer than 1 day.

How long is the recovery after surgery?

Recovery time after foot surgery can vary greatly depending on the nature of the problem. Recovery can take as little as 2 weeks and can be as long as several months to a year for larger foot surgeries.

How will I get around after surgery?

Some surgeries allow the patient to be weightbearing right after surgery. Surgeries that do require a period of non-weightbearing will require the use of crutches, a knee scooter, or a walker. Your surgeon will instruct you on what the best choice will be.

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