If you refer a new patient who completes an office visit with us, both you and the new patient will receive a $10 gift card from Starbucks or Target. Please come by the clinic to pick up your card.
PinPointe Foot Laser treatment for toenail fungus.
A la Carte:
$200 for the first toe, and $100 for each additional toe.
The Gold Package: $850
2 treatments of all 10 toes, plus Home Care Pack
The Platinum Package: $1250
Unlimited treatments of all 10
toes for 4 years, plus Home Care Pack.
Pinnacle Foot and Ankle Clinic is reaching out to Colorado businesses that promote healthy lifestyles. Our partnership with Loveland Ski goes like this: every time they sell a custom ski boot fitting, the customer receives a 15% Off coupon for custom orthotics or sport orthotics at our clinic. And, everyone who buys custom or sport orthotics at our clinic receives a 15% Off coupon for a custom ski boot fitting at Loveland. We have similar agreements with Anytime Fitness, TruFit, Endurance House, and Roadrunner Sports. If you or your business would like to partner with us, please let us know!
Dr. Stuart was in Las Vegas recently at the 75th Annual conference, sponsored by the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. He commented, "It was exciting to learn about new technologies and techniques for surgery; specifically, cartiva, a procedure for repairing the joint in the big toe. This was far more interesting than my losses at the blackjack table." Dr. Parodi and her 2 daughters attended the Girls and Science exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. She said, "My favorite part was making robot buttons, and watching my daughter, Rennah, dissect a teddy bear."
Each foot contains about 250,000 sweat glands, but it’s not the sweat that smells. It’s your shoes and socks that trap odor-causing bacteria, which thrive in damp, dark environments.
The good news is that your smelly shoes could actually win you some cash! Each year, Odoreaters, a company that makes odor-neutralizing shoe insoles, holds a National Rotten Sneaker Contest, where contestants are judged not only on the condition of their kicks, but their smell.
The 2011 winner was a nine year-old from Sterling, Utah, who took home $2500 for having the foulest footwear.