The foot and ankle might be at the bottom extreme of our anatomy but finding better ways to treat them is our top priority.
During their lifetime, up to 75% of all Americans will develop a foot or ankle problem that requires medical attention. That’s not a surprise given the fact that 25% of our bones are in our feet.
From athletes with damaged ligaments, tendons and nerves, to seniors with degenerative conditions, we’re doing more to restore the stability, mobility and flexibility of their feet and ankles.
Our physicians diagnose and treat the full spectrum of conditions including:
Most importantly, we consider surgery only when there are no other options.
We assemble a multidisciplinary team to care for patients across the entire range of foot and ankle pains, injuries and disorders.
Our orthopaedic surgeons work together with orthotists, podiatrists, vascular surgeons, musculoskeletal radiologists, and plastic and reconstructive surgeons
We make sure every patient has the best team to address the patients’ individual needs.
Our dedicated experts specialize in treating diabetic foot issues.
Complications from diabetes like nerve damage and poor blood circulation make the feet vulnerable to skin sores (ulcers) that can worsen quickly and are difficult to treat.
If necessary, we perform diabetic foot reconstruction and collaborate with vascular surgeons to salvage limbs threatened by chronic, non-healing ulcers.
We’re doing more to foster this team approach with our Wound Care Center. Foot and ankle surgeons, podiatrists, vascular surgeons and other specialists will work closely together, sharing knowledge and expertise in order to streamline the patient experience and improve outcomes.