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Medical docu-format following Dr. Ebonie Vincent & Dr. Brad Schaefer as they tackle foot problems. Everything from grave ailments and cosmetic procedures to foot reconstruction. Each episode sees endearing patients undergo treatment to fix embarrassing foot problems with unbelievable results.
Stacy's life-threatening scar on her foot has left her hopeless, but she's giving it one last shot. David has the worst case of foot fungus Dr. Schaeffer has seen. Morgan, an erotic paranormal romance novelist, is hoping to get her 6th toe amputated.
Dr. Vincent is challenged with a case when a woman with giant springs on her shoes enters her office. A man with a rare disease has the largest feet Dr. Schaeffer has ever seen, and an athlete with two different sized feet becomes a difficult surgery.
A man with an enormous lump on his foot creates a mystery for Dr. Vincent. Dr. Schaeffer faces a case of a wart cluster that is all over a man's foot, and patient Kiara has the first double big toe the doctor has ever come face-to-face with.
Dr. Vincent performs a delicate surgery when she treats a toddler born with 12 toes; Dr. Schaeffer meets a nudist with funky feet; things get tense during a foot reconstruction procedure when the patient wakes up in the middle of surgery.
Dr. Vincent uses a cadaver bone to fix a woman's foot who's deathly afraid of infection; surgery to correct a woman's webbed toes becomes a crisis for Dr. Schaeffer when she develops a dangerous complication that could cost the patient her toes.
Dr. Vincent tries to save a man's enormous toe; Dr. Schaeffer has his hands full treating a little boy with big demands; a man with incredibly long toes.
Dr. Vincent faces an eight-hour surgery to repair the worst case of dancer's feet she's ever seen; a woman's club feet give Dr. Schaeffer a shocking surprise when he removes her shoes; a man with curled toes makes for a challenging surgery.
Dr. Schaeffer has to straighten a woman's serpentine foot to reset her life, as Dr. Vincent gets a drummer's foot back on the beat
After a horrific car accident as a child, Heather's ankle was rebuilt from parts of her body; now it's up to Dr. Vincent to help her walk again
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