Liz Lemon sleeps in socks and tells Oprah she hates her feet. Are you like Liz Lemon and have never let a man see your feet?
Sounds funny in the hit show 30 Rock but for many, it’s no laughing matter.
In the July 10th article ‘Toe-besity’ Surgery on the Rise, doctors disclose patients first came in looking to have their toes shortened and are now asking for more detailed cosmetic refinements.
In the article, one patient no longer wanted to hide his embarrassing toe and, “on top of being unattractive, the toe also caused discomfort.” And this is precisely where we come in.
Is it vanity or is there a compelling reason to relieve pain while also making the foot more attractive? In our practice, we find that almost all requests that may seem like they are cosmetic turn out to be structurally necessary for the long-term health of the foot, which naturally supports the ankles, knees and hips.
Take a look at our before and after photos to see some of the transformations that are possible.