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Southwest Foot & Ankle creates an environment that’s friendly and attentive so patients can get relief from foot and ankle pain and go on with their lives as quickly as possible. With state-of-the-art locations in St. George, Utah, and Ely, Nevada, patients have a clinic nearby to receive the podiatric care they need.

David Magnesen, DPM, Ryan Peterson, DPM, and the rest of the professional medical team understand that medical offices can feel like stressful places. They enjoy taking the time to do the detective work to get to the root of a patient’s condition so that patients can receive a comprehensive diagnosis and personalized treatment plan.

Southwest Foot & Ankle regularly cares for patients who have typical foot and ankle ailments, including ankle sprains, heel pain, bunions, hammertoes, toenail problems, athlete’s foot, and more. The podiatrists also offer comprehensive preventive diabetic foot care, as well as wound care services.

Conservative treatment options, including Multiwave Locked System (MLS) Therapy Laser for pain management, are generally the first choice when it comes to treatment. However, the podiatrists understand that sometimes surgical intervention is necessary to treat foot and ankle conditions effectively. They provide modern, minimally invasive podiatric surgeries and dedicated pre- and postoperative care throughout every stage of a patient’s recovery.

Southwest Foot & Ankle is currently accepting new patients and welcomes them to the practice. Patients can request further patient consultations, follow-up visits, and second-opinion evaluations through the website or over the phone.

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MLS Laser Therapy to Treat Pain and Promote Healing

The laser uses light therapy and stimulates your bodies natural cells to promote healing, It is non-invasive and can speed healing. Our office uses the laser to provide temporary relief of pain, reduce post surgical scarring, inflammation, and edema.

March Your Socks Off!

We encourage our patients to be aware of their feet, and make sure to take their socks off when visiting their primary care physician. Together with your doctor, we hope to prevent any future foot problems.

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