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Ankle and foot surgery

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Our ankle and foot specialists care for the bones, muscles and tissues of the foot and ankle.

We treat many common and complicated ankle and foot problems resulting from overuse, disease or injury. These include:

Ankle replacement

Ankle replacement surgery can be an effective solution for individuals with severe arthritis in the ankle area. The procedure can help eliminate pain and improve range of motion.

Complications of diabetes

Infections in the feet are a complication of diabetes. Infections can occur when there is a loss of feeling in the feet.


Foot problems

Achilles tendonitis

Overuse of the achilles tendon tissue can lead to achilles tendinitis, which can often begin as a mild pain above the heel. It usually occurs with athletes, often runners, who experience a sharp increase to the length or intensity of their physical activity. 

Bunions

The term bunion refers to the bump that grows on the side of the first joint of the big toe. These can lead to pain and tenderness, but also more serious problems. Our experts treat bunions in a variety of methods, including surgery if needed. 

Read three things you need to know about bunions


Foot or Heel pain

No matter what ailment you are experiencing in your foot or heel area, our multi-disciplinary team of specialists will work together to diagnose and treat your specific needs.

Hammer toes

A hammer toe is a deformity in which the first joint of the toe is cocked upward and middle joint downward to form a peak in the middle of the toe.

Find out how hammertoes are treated


Metatarsalgia

When the ball of your foot is feeling inflamed and painful, you may be suffering from metatarsalgia. This can often lead to a sharp, shooting pain and could be caused by athletic activities that involve a lot of impact. 

Osteomyelitis

Osteomyelitis is a bacterial infection of the bones that occurs most commonly in the feet. The symptoms of osteomyelitis are local signs of pain, swelling and redness in the area of the infection.

Plantar fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is an overuse injury affecting the sole of the foot. It is characterized by severe pain in the heel of the foot due to inflammation of the band of tissue (fascia) connecting the heel bone to the base of the toes.

What is plantar fasciitis and how is it treated? Click here to find out


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Appointments with your orthopedics team may be available via telehealth. Ask your care team if telehealth is right for you.

Same-day care is offered for a variety of our orthopedic services.

Foot and Ankle Blog Posts

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Don’t let hammertoes cramp your style

Do the tips of your toes point downward rather than straight ahead? Does a bend or curl in your toe cause the joint to rub against your shoe? If so, hammertoes may be your problem. Read more


More foot and ankle stories:

Bunions: Things that go bump on your foot

8 steps for ankle strengthening after injury

A pain in my…heel? What you need to know about plantar fasciitis