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Dr. Greg Still Honored with ACFAS Distinguished Service Award

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AtlasFAI Certified Surgeon, Dr. Greg Still of Table Mountain Foot & Ankle Receives Prestigious Award For His Dedication To The American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.

WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. - eTradeWire -- Foot and Ankle Surgeon, Greg Still, DPM of Wheat Ridge, Colorado is the recipient of the 2020 American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeon's (ACFAS) Distinguished Service Award. Dr. Still received the award at the ACFAS Annual Scientific Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

Dr. Still has specialized training and expertise in peripheral nerve injuries and pathology. He has advanced training and expertise in tarsal tunnel syndrome, nerve entrapment injuries of the lower leg, ankle, and foot. He has training in endoscopic decompression of Morton's neuroma, nerve grafting for chronic pain of the leg, ankle, and foot along with other uncommon but complex nerve-related problems of the leg, foot, and ankle. He also has many years of experience in foot and ankle fusions, joint replacement of the great toe joint, and total ankle replacement surgery.

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Dr. Still is an AtlasFAI Certified surgeon who provides podiatric care for all ages. As an Atlas Certified doctor, Dr. Still believes in offering patients a world-class level of expertise and care. He offers a full array of podiatric services to help patients maintain happy, healthy feet. All of us at AtlasFAI are sending you a huge congratulations on your well-deserved success.

If you are in the Wheat Ridge or surrounding areas and are looking for high-quality podiatric care, then look no further than Dr. Still at Table Mountain Foot & Ankle.
Call (303) 422-6043 or visit tmfa.co (https://www.tmfa.co/) to schedule your appointment today!

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