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Patients of Dr. Brad Schaeffer and Dr. Ebonie Vincent undergo surgery to have their feet radically transformed and their lives changed forever.

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Stacy's life-threatening scar on her foot has left her hopeless; David has the worst case of foot fungus Dr. Schaeffer has seen; Morgan, an erotic paranormal romance novelist, is hoping to get her sixth toe amputated.
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A woman with giant springs on her shoes enters Dr. Vincent's office; a man with a rare disease has the largest feet Dr. Schaeffer has ever seen; an athlete with two different-sized feet becomes a difficult surgery.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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