The complex anatomy of the foot and ankle, combined with the extreme forces which are applied upon weight bearing make this area of the body difficult to treat. When conservative, non-surgical measures fail, surgery may be beneficial. It is important to have a trustworthy, well trained foot and ankle surgeon performing your operation.
Foot and Ankle Surgery
Anatomy of the foot and ankle is exceptionally complex. Your lower extremities are constantly placed under extreme forces, especially compared to other parts of the body, making injury or complications of your foot, ankle or lower leg more likely.
Joint Replacement Surgery
Joints are the anatomical structures in which two bones are joined together by ligaments. The joints are lined with cartilage, which is a slippery, smooth surface that allows motion.
Comprehensive Wound Care and Limb Preservation Program
Certified Foot and Ankle Specialists LLC has evolved into providing unprecedented comprehensive care for lower extremity wounds and limbs at risk for amputation. Conditions treated under this program include all types of lower extremity wounds and related diseases, including venous stasis ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, ischemic wounds, neuropathic ulcers and those related to deformities such as Charcot joint disease, including full vascular and orthopedic reconstruction.