Foot & Ankle Care
Whether you’re an active athlete or on your feet all day at work, podiatric conditions can take many forms: fractures, sprains, arthritis, and more. When any of these occur, you want the best possible care from trained experts.
We’ll take a comprehensive look at your condition and treat it with personalized care—whether it’s a minimally invasive treatment or complex reconstructive surgery. Our team of foot and ankle physicians, anesthesiologists, specialty nurses, and rehabilitation therapists works together to get you back on your feet as quickly as possible.
Fractures & Sprains
Overuse of feet or ankles can cause microscopic damage to the bone, known as stress fractures. While these might not be serious, they can lead to partial or complete fractures (broken bones) if left untreated.
We care for all types of metatarsal fractures and sprains: any injury that occurs in your ankle, feet, or toes. Highly trained specialists have the right expertise and procedures you need to feel better and keep moving.
Foot conditions can range in treatment needs from a brace to corrective surgery. Our physicians are prepared for either extreme, always working to help you heal as quickly and efficiently as possible. See us for any of these conditions:
- Arthritis of the foot
- Flat feet: can occur if the arches of the feet don’t develop, after the patient experiences an injury, or as a result of aging. This condition often leads to foot pain.
- Tailor's Bunions
- Heel Pain
- Sports or Running Related Overuse Injuries
- Ingrown Toe Nails - immediate in office procedure for relief and permanent removal options
- Pathology Specific Custom Foot Orthoses
- Stress Fractures/Fractures
- Soft Tissue Masses
- Acute & Chronic Injuries
- High arch: causes more weight to be placed on the heel and ball of the foot, which can lead to pain and instability.
Discomfort from these conditions might start out as minimal, but often won’t be relieved without medical attention. If you’re experiencing any of them, we can help.
When you’re always on the go, even a seemingly small toe injury can impact your overall well-being. Treating these ailments can be as simple as wearing a better pair of shoes. However, common problems like bunions, hammer toe, Morton’s neuroma, and ingrown toenails can require surgery if left unattended.
These conditions can impact patients of any age—and if they do, you’ll need the right team to help you take care of them. Trust the experts at CNOS to help you recover.