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Foot and Ankle Reconstruction

Foot and Ankle Reconstruction involves the comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis and management of patients with disorders of the lower extremity due to acute and chronic causes, including deformity, trauma, degenerative joint disease or inflammatory conditions.

Being at the base of the weight-bearing limb, the foot and ankle form the foundation for the proper functioning of the lower extremity. Even subtle deformities can sometimes contribute to instability and dysfunction. Though treatment may sometimes be simple, the effect can often be quite striking.

Winthrop provides individualized treatment ranging from conservative non-surgical care to potentially complex surgical reconstruction. Trained in state of the art as well as tried and true procedures and techniques, our physicians tailor treatment to the individual patient�s needs.

Conditions treated include

  • Acute Traumatic Injuries
  • Arthritic Conditions
  • Athletic Foot & Ankle Injuries
  • Congenital & Adult Foot/Ankle Deformities Including Acquired Flatfoot
  • Diabetes Related Foot/Ankle Conditions
  • Forefoot Deformities, such as Bunions and Hammertoes
  • Heel Pain
  • Neuromuscular Conditions, such as Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease
  • Occupational Injuries
  • Recurrent or Chronic Ankle Instability
  • Tendon Degeneration & Ruptures

Specialized treatments include

  • Ankle and/or Hindfoot Arthrodesis
  • Ankle Replacement
  • Arthroscopic Procedures
  • Bunion and Hammertoe Surgery
  • Fracture Care
  • Ligament Reconstruction & Stabilization
  • Tendon Reconstruction
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