Congratulations to Dr. Patrick Nelson. He was recently nominated for the Gross Catholic Distinguished Alumni Award. Dr. Nelson graduated in 1998 from Gross Catholic high school. Dr. Robert Greenhagen also graduated from Gross Catholic in 1998.
We are very proud of Dr. Nelson for continuing to live in the Marianist tradition and following the Gross Catholic motto of "Dux Esto" (Be A Leader).
Congratulations to Drs. Greenhagen, Nelson, and Sikes on the recent publication in the Journal of Podiatric Medical Association (JAPMA). The manuscript reviewed the importance of subtalar arthroscopy for patients with foot and ankle pain. The team at the Foot and Ankle Center of Nebraska and Iowa have been advocates for this underutilized procedure. If you would like to review the article, please click here.
We are excited to announce Dr. Jonathan Rouse has joined the Advance Wound Care team at Jennie Edmundson in Council Bluffs. He will be seeing patients on Friday afternoons. Please call712-396-6000 to schedule with Dr. Rouse
For more information on the Methodist Wound Care Center please click here.
The team at the Foot and Ankle Center of Nebraska and Iowa is committed to providing the best evidence-based care for our patients. We have created the Midwest Bunion Center to show that commitment. Our locations are recognized as Centers of Excellence and Distinction for the treatment of bunion deformities. For more information on bunion surgery, call and set up an evaluation with one of our surgeons or read on our treatment options including the Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction™ Procedure click Bunion Surgery.
As of May 4th, elective surgery will resume for the state of Nebraska. New precautions are being set in place to ensure surgery can occur in a safe and prudent manner. The podiatric surgeons at the Foot and Ankle Center of Nebraska and Iowa will be rescheduling surgical intervention. If you are interested in scheduling, please call 402.391.7575.
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