Nancy K.

Emergency room nurse and avid distance runner Nancy Kazan, was diagnosed with Morton’s neuroma. This injury makes the person feel like they’re walking on a hot rock or sock is bunched up in the ball of the foot. After non-invasive treatment failed, Dr. Foley employed a new surgery called the Kobe treatment. This minimal incision surgical technique proved to be the answer as Nancy was back to work in nine days and running in a month. “Dr. Foley looks you in the eye and explains things,’” said Nancy. “You’re confident you’re in excellent hands.”