Kohler’s disease occurs in young children. Usually caused by abnormal foot artery growth, it disrupts blood supply to the foot and weakens the bone. The disease usually heals over time on its own; however, treatment may involve restricted activity and orthotics and braces to support the bone while it strengthens and heals.
Best foot and ankle specialist in Michigan hands down Dr. Ali Saffieddine. Great man with great character!!
It’s a great place! Very comfortable and friendly staff. It was very little wait time as well. I would definitely recommend this place.
A Doctor who cares and listens to his patients. Very professional. I took my son to him too. Very good staff.
N. Makled (Dearborn Heights, MI)
I think you guys are great. Everything was perfect. The treatment was fantastic!
Y. Bazzi(Dearborn, MI)
Everything in your clinic has a 5 star rating! Everything was great.
D. Osborne (Taylor, MI)
I think you guys are fabulous. I have zero complaints what so ever. He did a wonderful job on my toes and treated me like a friend as well as a patient. His staff his is just wonderful they are always smiling and make you feel welcomed. He’s a terrific doctor and I will be […]
F. Matt(Detroit, MI)
He is the greatest guy I’ve ever met. He’s a great person, also very intelligent and honest. The staff is friendly and always kind. His treatment in office was great. I now get to brag that my foot doctor is Podiatrist of the Year!
R. Mehl(Wyandotte, MI)
Wow, everything is great in your clinic. I never experienced a better doctor’s office visit thanks to the staff members and the doctor himself. The work Dr Safiedine does is excellent. He is very friendly, honest and gets down to business. He treated me as a friend and as a patient. Couldn’t ask for a […]
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