Common podiatry services

SERVICES

We provide the latest non-invasive and surgical treatments for foot and ankle conditions. View our services to learn more about how we can help.

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Podiatry patient information

NEW PATIENTS

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Foot surgery center

SURGERY CENTER

The state-of-the-art Surgery Center of Blue Valley is our convenient foot surgery facility featuring the best equipment and a safe environment with low risk of infection.

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MEET THE DOCTORS

Our team of highly educated and trained doctors are passionate and experienced in treating even the most complex foot issues. Our doctors love what they do and always look forward to meeting new faces and challenges.

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Patient quote markThe care I received at the Kansas City Foot Specialists by Dr. Laha and his staff has been outstanding. Podiatrist patient testimonials

— Barry Thompson, Google+ review

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FROM THE BLOG

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    finding the right shoes for your feetShoes are an important part of your everyday wardrobe, and there are thousands of styles, colors, fabrics, and fits to choose from.

    But finding the right shoes is about much more than just fashion. Some shoes can actually encourage or aggravate foot disorders and pain. The wrong style or an improper fit could leave you with a foot problem that interferes with your daily activities.

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  • Do you have flatfeet?

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    The foot’s arch plays a role in how you walk. If the arch is flat or too low to the ground, this can strain certain muscles, tendons, and joints in the feet and legs. It can cause overpronation when you walk or run. Most frequently, it puts strain on the ankles that are forced to turn inward as you step.  

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