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Every day, each one of us takes thousands of steps, which are made possible by hundreds of bones, tendons, ligaments and muscles seamlessly working together in your feet and ankles. Did you know that the foot and ankle form a complex structure that contains more than 30 joints, which enable you to not only walk, stand and flex your foot, but also to perform more technical movements like running and jumping? Any condition or injury that disturbs the normal function of these joints can result in pain, muscle weakness and limited mobility.

Given the complex nature of the foot and ankle, specialized care and expertise are especially important, which is why our Foot and Ankle Specialists are board certified orthopaedic surgeons, with subspecialty fellowships in both trauma and foot & ankle surgery. Our specialists are dedicated to examining, diagnosing and developing customized treatment plans to meet the individual needs of our patients. Our goal is to restore both mobility and function to get you back on your feet, pain-free.

We offer a wide range of orthopedic foot and ankle treatment options, including non-operative care and in-office procedures for minor conditions, as well as the latest surgical procedures for more complex disorders and injuries. Before, during and after treatment, you can expect compassionate care and technical expertise from our dedicated foot and ankle specialists.

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Achilles Tendon Injuries (top)



Flat Feet (top)



Ankle Sprains (top)



Bunion (top)



Bunionette Deformity (Tailor’s Bunion) (top)



Cavus Foot (High-Arched Foot) (top)



Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (CMT) (top)



Chronic Lateral Ankle Pain (top)



Corns (top)



Diabetic Foot (top)



Fracture of the Heel Bone (Calcaneus) (top)



Fracture of the Talus (top)



Gout (top)



Hammer Toe (top)



High Ankle Sprain (Syndesmosis Ligament Injury) (top)



Ingrown Toenails (top)



Jones Fractures (top)



LisFranc (Midfoot) Fracture-Dislocation (top)



Morton’s Neuroma (top)



Peroneal Tendon Tears (top)



Peroneal Tendonitis (top)



Pilon Fractures (top)



Plantar Fasciitis (top)



Stress Fractures of the Foot and Ankle (top)



Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome (Posterior Tibial Neuralgia) (top)



Tibial Fractures (top)



Ankle and Foot Procedures:

Ankle Fracture Surgery (top)



Ankle Fusion, Transfibular (top)



Arthroscopic Articular Cartilage Repair (Ankle) (top)



Arthroscopy of the Ankle (top)



Bunionette Deformity Correction (Overview) (top)



Charcot Foot Treatment Options (top)



Excision of Morton’s Neuromas (top)



First MTP Joint Fusion (Locking Plate) (top)



Fixation for LisFranc Injury (top)



Gastrocnemius Recession (Intramuscular Approach) (top)



Hammertoe Correction (PIP Joint Arthroplasty) (top)



Jones Fracture Fixation (Intramedullary Screw) (top)



Jones Fracture Fixation (Open Reduction and Internal Fixation) (top)



Kidner Procedure (top)



Lateral Ankle Ligament Reconstruction (top)



Metatarsal Fracture Fixation (Open Reduction and Internal Fixation) (top)



Midfoot Fusion (top)



Partial Nail Removal (Matrixectomy) (top)



Plantar Fascia Release (Open Technique) (top)



PRP Therapy (Overview) (top)



Subtalar Fusion (top)



Surgery for Achilles Tendon Rupture (top)



Tarsal Tunnel Decompression (top)



Tendon Transfer (FHL to Achilles) (top)



Tibiotalocalcaneal Fusion (with Intramedullary Rod) (top)



Triple Arthrodesis (top)