Horsley Foot and Ankle Surgeons

Welcome to our office! At Horsley Foot and Ankle we are the solution to ALL your foot and ankle needs. We know that patient’s have many choices, and we thank you for allowing us to provide Metro Detroit with the best foot care for over 30 years. We have the latest technology, cutting edge procedures, and generational expertise that our family of podiatrist provides. We are excited for you to explore our website and we look forward to you becoming our patient.  



 There is a pathologic condition where the ankle bone (talus) slides from its normal alignment on the heel bone (calcaneus). Instantly, the forces that should pass through the back of the heel are shifted to the inner front of the foot. The ankle turns inward and the forefoot turns outward. It’s possible that there are other causes that can be combined with the ankle bone displacement. The majority of people with flat or misaligned feet will never experience any pain or symptoms in their feet. However, they will eventually develop pain or symptoms somewhere in their body. In children this can show up as “growing” pains or shin splints. In adults, it can show up as chronic pain to your knees, hips and back. Once the ankle bone slips from its natural alignment on the heel bone this alters the foundation of the body. The knee twists, the leg is pulled from the hip, the pelvis tilts, and this creates a strain on the back. EOTTS with HyProCure® has been proven scientifically to realign the ankle bone without blocking the natural range of motion. It has been FDA cleared since 2004 and has received clearance in 60 countries around the world. It is used by leading orthopedic and podiatric surgeons. The research has proven this option to be superior to observation and arch supports and less aggressive than traditional reconstructive surgery. It is a safe and reasonable approach to a misaligned ankle bone. 



The HyperBlue PLUS is FDA cleared to emit energy in the visible and infrared spectrum, to provide topical heating for the purpose of elevating tissue temperature for the temporary relief of minor muscle and joint pain or stiffness, minor arthritis pain, or muscle spasm, the temporary increase in local blood circulation, or the temporary relaxation of muscle. The HyperBlue PLUS multiuse diode laser is also FDA cleared in removing warts, performing matrixectomies, and increasing the growth of clear nail in patients with onychomycosis. Call us at 248-559-5200 to make your appointment today! 



Many podiatric conditions can be treated using the latest minimally invasive surgical techniques that operate with less injury to the body than with open surgery. In general, it is safer than open surgery and allows you to recover faster and heal with less pain and scarring. Minimally invasive surgery is usually done on an outpatient basis in our advanced surgical facility by our experienced podiatric surgeons. Our minimally invasive procedures improve functionality and enhance one’s quality of life. In some complex cases, it is necessary to perform surgery at a hospital. Foot conditions involving damage to underlying tissues are best treated with surgery. Conditions involving a change in the conformation of the foot or toes are also amenable to correction with surgery. Podiatrists are specially trained in the use of a variety of surgical techniques to address these problems, to minimize pain and to prevent the loss of function of any part of the foot. Podiatrists are also familiar with all available treatment options to determine when surgery is necessary, and when it can be avoided.

Our office is located at 23077 Greenfield Road, Suite 255, Southfield, MI 48075. 

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