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Foot & Ankle

Foot & Ankle

Foot and ankle surgeons specialize in the surgical and nonsurgical treatment of a variety of procedures and conditions that can affect people of all ages. Many symptoms, even those you can tolerate, may require specialized attention to keep the condition from worsening.

Procedures performed:

  • Simple bunion repair
  • Complex bunion repair
  • Repair of crossover toe deformity
  • Hammertoe repair
  • Tailor’s bunion deformity
  • Fusion of great toe joint
  • Joint replacement of great toe joint
  • Fusion of midfoot
  • Fusion of rearfoot
  • Fusion of ankle
  • Reconstruction for flatfoot deformity
  • Reconstruction for cavus foot deformity
  • Ankle arthroscopy
  • Lateral ankle stabilization
  • Tendon transfers for neuromuscular diseases
  • Closed Achilles tendon repair
  • Open Achilles tendon repair
  • Restorative surgery with orthobiologic
  • Peripheral nerve surgery of the foot, ankle and leg
  • External fixation of the foot and leg
  • Charcot foot reconstruction
  • Diabetic limb salvage procedures
  • Skin grafting
  • Club foot repair
  • Pediatric flatfoot reconstruction
  • Pediatric arthroereisis procedure
  • Fixation of foot fractures and dislocations
  • Fixation of ankle fractures and dislocations
  • Endoscopic plantar fascia surgery

Conditions treated:

  • Pediatric sports injuries of the foot, ankle and leg
  • Adult sports injuries of the foot, ankle and leg
  • Fractures of the foot and ankle
  • Sprains of the foot and ankle
  • Achilles tendon injuries
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Bunions
  • Hammertoes
  • Tailor’s bunions
  • Pediatric flatfoot
  • Adult flatfoot
  • Arthritic foot and ankle conditions
  • Cavus foot
  • Pediatric deformities
  • Neuromuscular diseases affecting the foot, ankle and leg
  • Chronic ankle conditions
  • Stress factures of the foot and ankle
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Leg ulcers
  • Nerve conditions and entrapments
  • Diabetic neuropathy

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