Arthrodesis of the Ankle

Arthrodesis or surgical fusion is the surgery that joins the bones in your ankle to form a single unit and eliminate movement.

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Arthroplasty or Ankle Joint Replacement Surgery

Arthroplasty — or ankle joint replacement surgery — is a procedure doctors offer to patients who suffer from arthritis in the ankle.

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Arthroscopic Debridement

Arthroscopic debridement is a type of keyhole surgery where the doctor uses a small camera to see inside of an ankle.

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Fluid Aspiration for the Heel

Fluid aspiration is a procedure that removes extra fluid from around a joint or bone commonly used to reduce heel pain.

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Foot and Ankle Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Foot and ankle injuries send millions of people a year to the emergency room. While rest solves some injuries, others may need physical therapy as part of a rehabilitation program.

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Bursectomy/Surgical Removal

A bursectomy is a surgical procedure in which the doctor removes one or more bursae from the space around your heel.

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Foot or Ankle Casts

Foot or ankle casts are orthopedic devices doctors apply to support broken, fractured or injured bones and/or joints in the feet or ankles.

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Foot or Ankle Splint/Brace

Splints, also sometimes called "half casts," immobilize your foot or ankle. They provide less support than casts, but they also have fewer complications.

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Foot or Ankle Steroid Injections

A steroid injection — or cortisone shot — reduces swelling, stiffness and pain in your foot and ankle.

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Medical Realignment of the Foot and Ankle

Medical realignment is the process of putting the bones back into their proper positions after a break or dislocation. Your foot and ankle contain about 30 small bones.

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Navigation-Guided Total Ankle Replacement

Navigation-guided total ankle replacement is a surgery that uses computer imaging to help doctors sizing and alignment before an operation.

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Nerve Hydrodissection of the Ankle

Nerve hydrodissection is a non-surgical treatment for people who have nerve entrapment.

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Orthotics for the Feet and Ankles

Foot or ankle orthotics are special prescription inserts that go into your shoes to help correct an abnormal walking pattern.

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Percutaneous Tenotomy of the Foot

Percutaneous tenotomy relieves tendon pain by removing the damaged tissue in the foot.

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Plantar Fascia Release Surgery

In most cases, plantar fasciitis gets better after treatments that don't involve surgery. When that doesn't happen, doctors do plantar fascia release surgery.

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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections

Doctors inject PRP into your body to help your cells heal faster. They often use this treatment for foot and ankle conditions to reduce pain and get muscles moving more smoothly.

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Surgical Realignment for the Foot/Ankle

Surgical realignment is a medical procedure where the doctor puts the bones of a joint back into position. It is common for ankles because they often become dislocated.

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Surgical Realignment/Osteotomy for Bunions

A bunion is a large, bony bump on the inside edge of your foot at the base of your big toe. While this can be very painful, surgery can help realign it.

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Tendon Transfer Surgery in the Foot

In tendon transfer surgery in the foot, doctors replace a tendon that's not working with another working tendon from somewhere else in your body or from a donor.

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