The foot and ankle are subject to a broad range of orthopedic, dermatologic, musculoskeletal, and neurological pathologies that occur throughout our lifetime. Louisiana Foot and Ankle Specialists specialize in successfully treating minor to complex conditions of the foot and ankle for patients of all ages. Foot pain at any age is never a normal occurrence and is often an early sign of a systemic problem.
Dr. Hall and Dr. Przybylski are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care in a patient-centered environment. We will exhaust all conservative treatment options before discussing surgical intervention. We take pride in making the patients’ needs our main priority and understand that surgery is a big decision. We will provide you with a comprehensive surgical consultation explaining the pre-operative and post-operative requirements and expectations.
We deliver care to our patients with common problems such as bunions, hammertoes, Morton’s neuromas, ingrown toenails, plantar fasciitis (heel pain or heel spur syndrome), and plantar warts. We additionally treat complex foot and ankle disorders such as congenital foot deformities, trauma including fractures and post-traumatic arthritic conditions and complications experienced by diabetic patients known as Charcot foot disease and chronic ulcers and wounds.
We are available as a referral resource to community physicians seeking foot and ankle care for their patients. Our practice works in a multi-disciplinary approach with other specialties including internal medicine, vascular surgery, neurology, infectious diseases, rheumatology, endocrinology, pain management, orthopaedics and physiatry. Dr. Hall and Dr. Przybylski are affiliated with Lake Charles Memorial Hospital, Christus St. Patrick’s Hospital, Lake Area Medical Center in Lake Charles, Louisiana and West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital in Sulphur, Louisiana.
Fracture/Traumatic Injury to Foot or Ankle
Deformities of the Foot and Ankle including Flatfoot
Diabetic Foot Care and Comprehensive Neurovascular Examination
Ulcers/Wounds, Charcot Foot/Ankle Deformity, Neuropathy
Lower Extremity Wound Care
Dressing Evaluation, Debridement, Biopsy, Vascular Screening
Orthotics, Bracing, Durable Medical Equipment