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Flat Feet Diagnostics and Treatment

Our orthopedic department offers state of the art equipment for diagnostics and treatment of flat feet.

“Leaving children with flat feet undiagnosed and untreated leads to longer term damage to the muscloskeletal system”, warns orthopedic specialists from our partner hospitals in Japan.  

Our department’s highly advanced equipment designed to diagnose foot and sole anomalies, brings the capability to offer more precise diagnosis and treatment for flat feet deformities, which is widespread and serious condition affecting the musculoskeletal system and requires prompt medical attention.

"Flat feet is a widespread condition in the country, many of the affected are children. Accurate and early diagnosis provides the best outcome for the problem to be treated effectively with appropriate therapies and physical exercises", commented Dr. Vasil Yablanski, Orthopedics and Traumatology Department Chief.

Typically, flat feet symptoms are foot and ankle pain, swelling, and cramps after long walks. We recommended that parents who suspect that their child has flat feet to bring their child for an orthopedic specialist consultation when the child is between 4 and 5 years of age. We urge parents to bring their child for evaluation because, neglecting the problem can lead to development of feet deformities and long term injuries to the musculoskeletal system.

Our modern computerized diagnostics is essential to properly correct flat feet anomalies. We provide a comprehensive gait assessment that allows our specialists to properly center body weight, improve gait biomechanics, and to prepare specialized foot/shoe inserts to treat the condition.  

Our department offers preventative and screening flat feet exams for children for more information. 

For more information and to schedule an appointment please contact our Orthopedics and Traumatology department directly at +359 02 403 4918. 

Alternatively feel free to email our orthopedic department at tokudaortopedia@gmail.com.

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Hospital location

51B "Nikola I. Vaptsarov" blvd. (if you drive, the entrance is from "At. Dukov" str.), "Hladilnika" distr., 1407 "Lozenets".

The hospital has a parking lot. The first 30 min. are free of charge, then a fee of 3 bgn/hours applies.

Public transport:
Buses: №88, 120
Shuttle bus: 32

Subway: Getting off at "James Bourchier" station, after that walking through "Lozenets" distr., or tram №10, taking off at "Nikola I. Vaptsarov" stop. or a bus №88, taking ff at "Tokuda Hospital" stop.

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From the Central Railway Station

Bus line №305 getting off at "Romanian embassy" stop
From "Romanian embassy" stop – Bus line №120 getting off at "Tokuda Hospital" stop.
(after the traffic lights at "Atanas Dukov" str.

With a subway, from "Central Railway Station" station, getting off at "James Bourchier" station, after that walking through "Lozenets" distr., or tram №10, taking off at "Nikola I. Vaptsarov" stop. or a bus №88, taking ff at "Tokuda Hospital" stop.