Jackson-Weiss syndrome is a rare, genetic disorder that affects males and females alike. The disorder causes foot and skull abnormalities due to over-stimulated bone cell growth. On the feet, Jackson-Weiss syndrome impacts the toes, resulting in unusually large, stubby big toes that point inward, fused toe bones, and webbed skin between the second and third toes. Corrective surgery is usually performed on affected infants.
Dr. Jameson ROCKED!! I was concerned because my daughter is twelve and I wondered how the appointment would be since we were not with a pediatrician. EVERY question was directed towards my daughter. She made my daughter feel completely at ease while maintaining eye contact with her and I. I am very thankful we chose […]
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I was very impressed with the care my daughter received from Dr. Jameson. I was able to schedule a next-day appointment for a new patient. The doctor was efficient and knowledgeable, and her positivity was very comforting for my daughter (who was anxious and in pain). The office staff and x-ray tech were also great. […]
Dr. Jameson is extremely personable, as are all of the nurses and front office staff that I’ve interacted with. I appreciate that Dr. Jameson seems to have a fairly conservative approach when it comes to surgery versus preventative care. During my visit, she was very focused on what we could do to prevent my feet […]
This team is soo caring and professional! They’re a true example of Service Excellence. Dr. Stephanie Jameson is such an amazing doc! At my last visit I saw Jennifer and Katherine and they were so awesome! I don’t want to be unfair with the team members who took care of me before because every one […]
Dear Dr. Green, Thank you and your wonderful office and surgical staff for the excellent care I received. I think my foot is gorgeous and now I’m getting ready to paint my toenails. I haven’t done that for years!
I saw Dr. Green after several months of pain in the big toe and ball of my left foot. The pain started with a dance injury, so when an x-ray showed no broken bones or fractures, his first recommendation was rest and also laser therapy. When rest alone hadn’t taken away the pain from walking, […]
I have recommended Dr. Green to two of my coworkers who have severe foot problems.
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