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The Foot & Ankle Center Of Dallas

The Foot & Ankle Center of Dallas is pleased to offer state-of-the-art therapies and treatments for conditions of the foot and ankle. Our experienced providers diagnose and treat conditions including bunions, ingrown nails, sports related injuries, broken bones, flat feet, heel pain, and much more. Our mission is to ensure each of our patient’s comfort, and we pride ourselves on addressing all questions or concerns. We believe our approach, which includes detailed information about each treatment option recommended, empowers patients to select the best plan suited for each individual. Count on us to provide honest, straightforward information to equip you to make these important decisions about your healthcare needs. Contact us today to put your right foot forward to effective foot and ankle care.

BrandonLampe

BRANDON LAMPE DPM, FACFAS

Dr. Lampe is board certified by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery in forefoot, rearfoot and ankle surgery. He is a Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and serves as Section Chief of Podiatry at Methodist Dallas Medical Center. His areas of expertise include trauma, sports medicine, flatfoot correction and diabetic reconstruction. He provides routine and complex foot and ankle care for both children and adults with a conservative mindset.

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Custom orthotics are designed specifically for your foot to relieve pain, improve posture & balance and allow you to enjoy life to the fullest. Kash (former Texas Tech wide receiver) is seen being scanned for his custom pair of orthotics. Our practice is proud to partner with Arize, a new digital orthotic solution that utilizes HPs 3D printing technology. Call us today for more information and scheduling! ... See MoreSee Less

Custom orthotics are designed specifically for your foot to relieve pain, improve posture & balance and allow you to enjoy life to the fullest. Kash (former Texas Tech wide receiver) is seen being scanned for his custom pair of orthotics. Our practice is proud to partner with Arize, a new digital orthotic solution that utilizes HPs 3D printing technology. Call us today for more information and scheduling!

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This radiographic image illustrates the Anterior Drawer Test before and after surgical repair. This Test is performed in a clinical setting to assess the integrity of the lateral collateral ligaments of the ankle joint. Anterior, or “forward”, migration of the talus bone relative to the tibia can be clearly visualized with this manual stress test. We routinely perform surgical stabilization of this ligament for patients who suffer from chronic ankle instability. Post-surgical recovery involves weight bearing in a boot for 3 weeks with anticipation of transitioning back into a supportive shoe/brace at week 4, and we have physical therapy in-house to help support patients' recovery. Call for an appointment today to hear more! ... See MoreSee Less

At The Foot & Ankle Center of Dallas our mission is to ensure each of our patient’s comfort, and we pride ourselves on addressing all questions or concerns. We believe our approach, which includes detailed information about each treatment option recommended, empowers patients to select the best plan suited for each individual. Count on us to provide honest, straightforward information to equip you to make these important decisions about your healthcare needs. Contact us today to put your right foot forward to effective foot and ankle care. ... See MoreSee Less

Featured below is a short clip illustrating a commonly used clinical test for assessing a complete tear of the achilles tendon. The Thompson test is positive for rupture if there is no to minimal plantar flexion of the foot with manual calf compression. Squeezing the calf should cause contraction of the achilles tendon and subsequent flexion of the foot. You can clearly see the before and after difference once the achilles tendon has been surgically repaired. ... See MoreSee Less

Naomi is back in shoes with no pain after a very complex midfoot reconstruction/fusion. Faster than anticipated recovery just in time for the new year! ... See MoreSee Less

Naomi is back in shoes with no pain after a very complex midfoot reconstruction/fusion. Faster than anticipated recovery just in time for the new year!

Naomi is back in shoes with no pain after a very complex midfoot reconstruction/fusion. Faster than anticipated recovery just in time for the new year! ... See MoreSee Less

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