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Laura C

Before After I decided to visit Dr. Stewart at Timonium Foot and Ankle center because I suspected a fungal infection in my right big toenail and I didn’t want it to get worse. Dr. Stewart confirmed my suspicion that I had toenail fungus and laid out all my treatment options including topical medications, oral pills, and lasers. He encouraged me to make my own decision on how I wanted to treat my toenail fungus. After the options were presented and I choose to move forward with laser...
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Suzann Nonemaker

When I was 25 years old, I fractured my left heel.  Ever since that injury, I have had chronic pain and continued problems to my left foot and the ankle.  I sprained my ankle several times through the years resulting in multiple doctor’s visits.  I had seen 5 different foot and ankle specialists including both orthopedic foot and ankle surgeons and podiatrists and unfortunately on one was not able to help reduce the chronic pain that I was dealing with.  I was trea...
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Michael Greespan

In February of 2020 I tore my right Achilles tendon while playing basketball. A few years prior, also while playing pickup basketball, I tore my left ACL. With injuries like an Achilles tendon rupture or ACL tear, you are unable to walk, you are in a lot of pain, and you have a lot of questions and concerns.  My experience with Dr. Stewart at Timonium Foot and Ankle Center for my Achilles tendon injury was night and day different from my experience with my ACL injury.  I wa...
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William and Deidre Archibald

Dr. Stewart’s gift to us: Several years ago my wife saw Dr. Stewart for pain in both of her feet. She could hardly walk without wincing in pain. Dr. Stewart examined her and diagnosed her with arthritis and determined that she surgery to get her feet with less pain. The operation on her left foot involved an implant, cutting and lengthening a tendon, and realigning her metatarsal by cutting it and fixing it with a screw. The right foot was less involved and only required ...
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