The foot (including the ankle) is a complex mechanical structure containing more than 120 bones, tendons, muscles and ligaments and 33 joints. All of these components work in unison to help support and balance your body during daily activities. Although some foot and ankle problems are inherited, many stem from a lifetime of accumulated abuse and neglect, such as wearing improper shoes or failing to seek early medical attention for injuries.
We use the latest diagnostic techniques to uncover the cause of foot or ankle pain and provide the best possible individualized treatment plan to get you back on your feet. After a diagnosis is made, one of our surgeons works with you to devise a treatment plan that best suits your needs.