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Common Conditions & Procedures
As the foundation for your lower body’s movement, the foot and its numerous bones, ligaments, tendons, and muscles can be a source of significant joint pain. If you think you may be suffering from a foot or ankle injury or condition, it may be time to visit a foot and ankle specialist.
- Achilles Tendon
- Ankle Fusion
- Ankle Reconstruction
- Ankle Sprain & Instability
- Bunions & Bunionectomy
- Diabetic Foot Infections
- Flat Feet
- Foot & Ankle Arthritis
- Foot & Ankle Arthroscopy
- Foot & Ankle Fracture
- Fracture Care
- Hallux Rigidus
- Hammer Toe
- High Arches
- Joint Replacement
- Ligament Reconstruction
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Sports Injuries
- Subtalar Fusion
- Total Ankle Replacement
- Turf Toe
- Foot & Ankle Orthopedic Surgeon
Dr. Butler practices general orthopedics and specializes in orthopedic foot and ankle surgery: fractures, sports injuries, simple and complex deformity/reconstruction.
- Foot & Ankle Surgeon
Dr. Evans specializes in foot and ankle surgery, with special interests in fracture care, sports injuries and diabetes-related foot care.
- Foot & Ankle Surgeon
Dr. Grundberg specializes in foot and ankle injuries and conditions, with special interest in diabetic foot and athlete injuries.
- Foot & Ankle, Lower Extremity Surgeon
Dr. Gunnell’s long list of medical, teaching, and leadership experiences has prepared her to handle simple and complex foot, ankle, and lower extremity procedures.
- Rest and raise your foot when you can.
- Put an ice pack (or bag of frozen peas) in a towel on the painful area for up to 20 minutes every 2 to 3 hours.
- Wear wide comfortable shoes with a low heel and soft sole.
- Use soft insoles or pads you put in your shoes.
- Have persistent swelling that doesn’t improve at all after two to five days of home treatment
- Have persistent pain that doesn’t improve after several weeks
- Have burning pain, numbness or tingling, particularly involving most or all of the bottom of your foot
Common causes of ankle pain include sprains or injuries. Rheumatoid arthritis, gout, osteoarthritis, and other types of arthritis can also cause ankle pain. Achilles tendonitis is another potential cause.