We offer a full range of progressive treatment options -- from education and conservative rehabilitation measures to minimally invasive procedures to the most complex of surgeries. Our philosophy is to carefully work through the pros and cons of alternative treatments with you. We’ll always recommend the least invasive procedure that will deliver optimal mobility and pain relief over the long term.

Conservative Treatments

Many foot and ankle injuries and disorders can be treated conservatively with activity and work modification, brace or shoe modification, medication, and physical rehabilitation.

Injection Therapies

  • Corticosteroid Injections
  • Hyaluronan Injections (Viscosupplementation)
  • Nerve Blocks

Minimally Invasive and Complex Surgical Procedures

  • Ankle Cartilage Repair
  • Ankle Ligament Reconstruction
  • Ankle Fusion, Transfibular
  • Ankle Instability Repair
  • Ankle Joint Replacement
  • Bunionectomy with Wedge Osteotomy
  • Cyst and Tumor Removal
  • Exostectomy
  • Fracture Fixation
    • Internal fixation (aligning and immobilizing the break using plates and screws or a rod)
    • External fixation (inserting pins into the bone through the skin and applying a metal frame around the limb) including Ilizarov Fixation
  • Fusion of the Joints of the Foot
  • Great Toe Joint Surgery
  • Hammer Toe Correction & Lesser Metatarsal Surgery
  • Joint Realignment
  • Joint Fusion (Arthrodesis)
  • Plantar Fasciotomy
  • Release Surgeries for Nerve Entrapment
  • Reconstruction
    • Ligament Reconstruction (to repair ankle instability)
  • Revision Surgery
  • Tendon Repairs for Achilles, Peroneal, Posterior Tibial Injuries
  • Transplantation
    • Cartilage Transplant
    • Functional Muscle Transplantation
    • Tendon Transfer