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Welcome to Surgical Arts of Inland Empire

Our approach to surgery integrates both body and mind. Our guiding principle is to treat you with the utmost respect, help you make an educated decision, and to provide you with the finest medical services in the safest, most professional and comfortable environment.

Cosmetic Podiatry

We are proud to offer a variety of procedures in cosmetic podiatry. The following is a list of the most common cosmetic foot surgeries, and many of them may even be combined to give your feet a comprehensive makeover. 

Ankle Pain

The ankle is made up of numerous joints combined with muscles, ligaments and tendons. These various structures are responsible for the ankle’s wide range of motion, but also it more vulnerable to injury over time. If you’re struggling with ankle pain, we can help.

Bone Spurs

Bone spurs on the feet usually form in response to years of pressure and stress on the ligaments during activities such as running, or in response to being overweight or wearing poorly fitting shoes. If left untreated, bone spurs can cause swelling, pain and tearing.

Before and After Photo: Bunion Surgery #1

Bunion Surgery

Bunion is a painful bump at the first joint of your big toe. It is a very bothersome foot condition (for females especially) that often makes it difficult to wear pointed shoes. In severe cases, it can cause pain during walking. Removal of the bunion is a common procedure in cosmetic foot surgery.

Corn Removal

Corns are similar to calluses. They're formed from a build-up of dead skin cells that create thick, hardened areas on your feet. If you’re embarrassed by your corns, or you’re experiencing significant pain or discomfort, corn removal surgery may be right for you.

Flat Foot

Aside from just cosmetic problems, flat feet can also cause long-term discomfort. Due to their weaker structure, flat feet are unable to properly support the weight of the body and can eventually lead to joint stiffness and arthritis.

Foot and Ankle Reconstruction

Reconstruction can be used to treat a variety of conditions. Don’t suffer another minute with painful foot or ankle conditions. At Surgical Arts of Inlands Empire, we specialize in only the most advanced foot and ankle reconstruction techniques.

Foot Narrowing

Squeezing into trend-setting stilettos can be a challenge, especially if you have wide feet. If the width of your feet causes you pain or has made it difficult to wear certain shoes, you might benefit from foot narrowing.

Foot Pain

Stop suffering with foot pain. We understand how miserable and debilitating chronic foot pain can be, which is why the experts at Surgical Arts of Inland Empire specialize in a variety of surgical and non-surgical treatment options.

Hammer Toe

A hammer toe or contracted toe is a deformity of the proximal interphalangeal joint of the second, third, or fourth toe causing it to be permanently bent, resembling a hammer.  This can be surgically corrected which would resotr the natural appearance of the toe correcting the deformity.

Heel Pain

If you’re suffering with heel pain, you’re not alone. Heel pain is a common complaint among adults across the U.S. Fortunately, most forms of heel pain can be treated without surgery. Early detection and treatment is essential to the long-term health of your feet.

Sports Medicine

Are you an athlete? We specialize in preventing and treating a variety of conditions related to sports injury. Our goal is always to treat the underly cause of your injury while also stressing minimal recovery time and maximum performance.

Toe Lengthening

Abnormally short toes may be acquired as an adult or result from a congenital disorder. Isolated short toes can be embarrassing and lead to functional problems later in life. If you’re unhappy with the appearance of one or more of your toes, let us help.

Toe Straightening

Toes can appear crooked or angular, often due to bunion deformity. The big toe will appear out of alignment, pointing inwards toward the smaller toes. Toe straightening restores a natural appearance to the big toe by correcting its misalignment.

Toe Shortening

Is one of your toes abnormally long? The second toe (next to your big toe) will often exhibit this cosmetic problem. If you are unhappy about the length of one or more of your toes, you may be a candidate for toe shortening.

Scheduling Your Appointment in Rancho Cucamonga

Surgical Arts of the Inland Empire is conveniently located in Rancho Cucamonga, also near Ontario, Upland, Fontana, Montclair, Claremont, and Riverside, California. Contact us at 909-579-3111 to schedule your appointment and speak to a patient care coordinator who will walk with you through the whole process.

During a consultation, you will meet with our Podiatrist in Inland Empire who will go over all options with you.  Your podiatry procedure may be covered by your PPO insurance, so call us to give you a free insurance verification to find out about your desired procedure.  909-579-3111.


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