Michfoot Surgeons PC

Located in Southfield, MI

Michfoot Surgeons PC is a modern podiatry and foot surgery practice, serving patients around the Southfield, Michigan community since opening its doors in 2013.

With over 65 years of combined experience, the team of experts at Michfoot Surgeons PC is committed to educating, diagnosing, and treating patients suffering from foot and ankle pain.

It’s important to the team that every patient’s questions are answered in an informative, educational manner, and in a comfortable environment, which is why they always go the extra mile to earn their patients’ trust.

The practice believes in holistic care, treating patients from the inside out by getting to the root of their foot and ankle pain before creating a comprehensive treatment plan.

As a podiatry practice that specializes in total foot and ankle care, the Michfoot Surgeons PC team can treat a variety of podiatry problems—from ankle sprains, bunions, and heel pain, to diabetic foot care, ingrown toenails, skin infections, sports injuries, stress fractures, and everything in between.

Michfoot Surgeons PC even offers the most advanced medical treatments for foot and ankle pain, including MLS laser therapy and regenerative injections as an alternative to invasive surgery.

For more information on all the services Michfoot Surgeons PC offers, call or book an appointment online today.

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Hospital Affiliations

St. John/Providence Hospital, Southfield. MI and Novi, MI 

 Straith Specialty Surgical Hospital, Southfield MI 

 Detroit Medical Center, Detroit MI



 

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Dr. Fred Leff is now offering Home Visits.

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We offer MLS Laser Therapy for Foot Pain, Arthritis, Neuropathy, Injuries, and more

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All Major Insurance Accepted

For your convenience, Michfoot Surgeons PC accepts most major insurance plans. Not sure of your coverage? Contact us for an appointment and we'll check your insurance.

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  • Randy Leff, DPM
    Podiatrist

    Randy Leff, DPM, is a board-certified foot surgeon specializing in elective forefoot reconstruction. As the owner of Michfoot Surgeons PC in Southfield, Michigan, he is passionate about educating his patients and offering foot surgery alternatives.

    Dr. Leff has been interested in medicine since graduating from the University of Michigan in 1997, where he studied both Anthropology and Zoology. Shortly after graduation, he enrolled in the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine.

    After graduating from podiatry school in 2002, Dr. Leff became a surgical resident at the Southeast Michigan Surgical Hospital. Before launching his own practice, Dr. Leff treated patients around the Southfield community at Michigan Foot and Ankle, where he was a physician for more than eight years.

    Since opening Michfoot Surgeons PC in 2013, Dr. Leff has believed in comprehensive care for his foot and ankle patients, ensuring they are educated on their diagnosis and treatment plan as well as preventative care for the future.

    Dedicated to health and fitness, Dr. Leff is an avid runner. When he is not treating patients, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters.

  • Kevin Sorensen, DPM
    Podiatrist

    Kevin Sorensen, DPM, is a board-certified podiatrist and foot surgeon who treats patients with foot and ankle problems around the Metro Detroit community. He currently works at Michfoot Surgeons PC in Southfield, Michigan.

    Originally from Troy, Michigan, Dr. Sorensen has returned to his home state after serving the Toledo, Ohio, area for 12 years at Podiatric Associates of Northwest Ohio.

    Dr. Sorensen’s interest in podiatry and foot surgery started at Michigan State University, where he completed his undergraduate studies and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology. He went on to attend Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine, where he received the prestigious Dean’s Award for Healthcare. After graduation, Dr. Sorensen completed his surgical residency training program just north of Detroit at The Southeast Michigan Surgical Hospital.

    As a well-regarded podiatrist and foot surgeon, Dr. Sorensen has been surgically trained around the world, in both his native Michigan and England. In addition to his surgical training, he received advanced training in complex rearfoot reconstruction and limb salvage.

    Dr. Sorensen is passionate about treating his patients with the highest quality care possible, including those with diabetes. With expert training in diabetic foot care, he was a founding member of the St. Luke's Diabetic and Wound Care Center treatment team.

  • Kristina Green, DPM
    Podiatrist

    Dr. Green grew up in Toledo, Ohio. She has worked in private practice in Rossford and Perrysburg, Ohio, for over 12 years. Dr. Green is Board Certified and a Diplomate of the American Board of Lower Extremity Surgery. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Denver, achieving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology with minors in Chemistry and Communications. Dr. Green attended the Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine where she received her degree. She completed her surgical residency at St. Vincent's Mercy Medical Center in Toledo, Ohio. Dr. Green played varsity volleyball for the Univerisity of Denver all four years of her undergraduate studies. As a former collegiate athlete, she enjoys assisting athletes of all levels to overcome any lower extremity injury to get back to their sporting activities.

  • Fred Leff, DPM
    Podiatrist

    Dr. Leff grew up in Detroit. He attended Mumford High School and Wayne State University. He graduated with honors from the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Leff completed his surgical residency in 1972 at Civic Hospital.

    Michigan Foot Surgeons, his first office opened on Wyoming and Curtis. Shortly thereafter he bought a clinic on Meyers and Seven Mile and maintained a practice there until 2007.

    To better serve both his urban and suburban communities he moved to the Comerica Bank Building in 2003.

    Dr. Leff currently works at the office on Tuesdays, the rest of the week he sees home bound and diabetic patients. 

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Michfoot Surgeons PC

Monday:

7:30 am-4:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-3:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed