Here is a crazy idea.
There is likely plenty of clearance on the other side of the board for a small SMT component. If this is a simple two-sided board, and pads of this surface mounted device are not over any traces on the other side, I'd just drill them through to the other side to create a mirror image footprint on the opposite side of the board. (I have a set of very fine drill bits, and a thumb drill just for this sort of thing.)
To create pads, I would find the smallest brass nails I could get my hands on. Check out the following link: these mini nails have only a 20 mil diameter: http://www.micromark.com/mini-nails-3and32-inch-long-x-020-inch-dia-pkg-of-100,6561.html
Push these through the drilled holes from the opposite side until flush with the board, then solder from the original side, exactly if these nails were through-the-hole components being installed in a one-sided board. Then trim them, just like component terminals.
Presto: the nail heads give you brass pads.