Foot & Ankle

Foot & Ankle

Combined, the human foot and ankle contains more than 100 bones, tendons, muscles, and ligaments, and forms 33 joints. The foot and the ankle are highly intricate structures that work in unison to help support our body weight, allow us to stand, walk or run, and move and flex in a variety of ways. When the foot or ankle is injured, it often requires highly specialized treatment to restore maximum function and movement.

At Advanced Center for Orthopedics and Plastic Surgery, our specialty-trained orthopedic foot and ankle surgeons are dedicated to a multidisciplinary approach to treating adult and pediatric foot and ankle injuries. Common foot and ankle procedures our surgeons often perform include arthroplasty of the foot and ankle, bunion and hammertoe correction, flatfoot reconstruction, clubfoot reconstruction, and congenital vertical talus, Achilles tendon surgery, tendon transfer of the foot and ankle, and lateral and medial ligament reconstruction. From operative to non-operative foot and ankle care, Advanced Center for Orthopedics and Plastic Surgery foot and ankle surgeons provide an individualized treatment plan focused on your goals.

The following Advanced Center for Orthopedics and Plastic Surgery surgeons specialize in foot and ankle care:

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