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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    If you’re a runner, running is as much a part of your daily life as brushing your teeth, which means being sidelined by a running injury can be devastating. At best, an injury will slow you down, and at worst will prevent you from running entirely.


    Many running injuries are directly related to wearing improperly fitting shoes; training too hard, too fast and too soon; or improper form when engaging in strength training exercises. To learn more about the top five running injuries, check out the infographic below.

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  • Bye Bye Bunions: What Is A Bunion & How To Treat One

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    Do you have a bony bump on the outside of your big toe? Chances are, it’s a bunion. But what is it, why is it there, and most importantly how do you treat it?

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