Foot and Ankle
Foot and Ankle injuries are very common and include fractures, sprains, arthritis, plantar fasciitis, bunions etc.
Overview and Symptoms
Your physician will review your medical history and do a thorough physical exam. They might order one or more of following tests to help determine your condition.
- Stress test which is a special X-ray taken with pressure applied to the joint and can help determine whether surgery is required
Your treatment will depend upon the type and severity of your foot and ankle injury or condition. You may need simple first aid measures like a brace, or cast. Or, in some cases, surgery.
Our renowned surgeons use the latest techniques to treat a wide range of conditions. If you need surgery, your surgeon will work closely with physical therapists, pain management specialists, and radiologists etc. to get you back on your feet.
The Department of Orthopaedics provides world-class care with latest technologies and therapies to help patients with bone, joint and muscle conditions.
The Division of Podiatry performs more than 800 foot procedures to treat a variety of conditions and delivers high-quality care in several convenient office locations.