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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "I have a bad ankle that causes extreme pain even when not walking on it, I have been to 2 orthopedic Drs, a pain management Dr. and my internist. The orthopedic doctors' solution was to have an ankle replacement or freeze the ankle. None of which was an option for me. I saw Dr, Afesllari 2 weeks ago and he recommended insoles to try 1st. I liked his approach of starting simple. My 2nd visit was yesterday, he reevaluated took x-rays and gave me a cortisone shot. I explained that I had previously had shots and they only worked for a few hours. He said it was an option to try again. When he gave me the shot, I told no one gave it in the ankle but it the top of my foot where the pain was. He looked at me in disbelief. It has only been 15 hours since the shot and my ankle is 75% better. I am sure that it will continue to improve in the next 48 hours The staff is professional and friendly, Dr Afesllari is knowledgeable and caring, the best in my opinion. I would highly recommend him."
    Robert P.
  • "Dr. Calise and Bonnie provided an experience I will never forget. From the unfortunate cat accident to LOA and disability (THANK YOU Bonnie), a PAINLESS, flawless surgery (THANK YOU Dr. Calise), a hurricane, and now in physical therapy.....It's been an adventure. I walked away with great memories, an extensive education, a couple of good friends whom I'd trust with my life, and a bionic ankle. I HOPE I won't require their care in the future but if I ever have have foot or ankle problems, I'll be coming to Total foot & Ankle."
    Clint G.
  • "Dr. afesllari and staff were very competent and I was treated with care and concern. He was able to help me with two separate issues and both were resolved in a timely fashion. I would recommend this practice and doctor to anyone."
    Rick B.
  • "Dr. Valins is very kind & professional. His diagnosis & treatment plan was great. The office staff treated me very well!"
    Elaine D.
  • "I visited Dr. Valins for a big toe problem and he took the time to listen to my history and performed surgery in the office. I did not experience any pain during the surgery or afterwards. The staff were professional and friendly and the Sun City office was clean and organized. I recommend Dr. Valins for your foot and ankle problems. Thank you Dr. Valins."
    Clark B.
  • "I was seen by Dr. Valin. He was amazingly kind. Confident in his scope of practice and explained in depth my options for care. Very professional. His staff was kind and caring. Thank you for such a pleasant experience."
    Denise D.
  • "Great service and service with a smile... the staff and dr are so so friendly..."
    Vann R.

Our Mission

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The physicians and staff at Total Foot and Ankle of Tampa Bay take pride in providing patients with quality care in a comfortable environment. We strive to bring you the most cutting edge treatments in foot and ankle medicine to get you back on your feet safer and quicker. We wish to bring you the best patient experience in the Tampa Bay Area.

We believe a well informed patient has the best outcomes. Our providers take the time to thoroughly explain your treatment options and answer any questions and concerns you may have. Our physicians provide individualized treatment plans for all our patients to maximize outcomes.

Our physicians are experienced and thoroughly trained at treating complex pediatric and adult foot and ankle conditions, providing our patients with the latest and innovative non surgical and surgical treatment options.

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