If you experience persistent pain from accessory navicular, our orthopedists may recommend surgery to remove the bone, reshape the area around your arch and repair nearby tendons.
Your treatment will depend on your age and the severity of your injury or condition. If rest, medication and physical therapy do not resolve your rupture, our orthopedists may recommend surgery.
Your orthopedists will determine how many of your bones are broken, then recommend treatment that may include immobilization of simple factures with a cast or brace and surgery for complex breaks.
Our orthopedic doctors and sports medicine specialists will develop a personalized plan to stabilize your ankle that may include physical therapy, bracing, medication and surgery.
Our orthopedists will examine your ankle sprain to determine if there is a more serious injury. Treatment may include prescription medication and physical therapy to strengthen your muscles.
Treatment will depend on your type of arthritis and the severity of your symptoms. We may use medications, physical therapy and surgery to reduce pain and improve your mobility.
If your bunions are causing persistent pain and other symptoms, our doctors may recommend one of a range of orthopedic surgery options to repair your big toe and other areas of your foot.
If removing the source of friction on your foot or ankle does not relieve your callus or corn, your orthopedist may trim away the area or apply medication to dissolve the hardened skin.
Your orthopedic doctor will develop a personalized treatment plan based on the severity of your fracture. They may put you in a cast or brace, or recommend surgery if your break is severe.
Our doctors will examine your foot for any fractures. Depending on your condition, we may recommend using shoe inserts and pads, medication and surgery.
Our orthopedic doctors will develop a personalized treatment plan that may include custom-shoe inserts, physical therapy or surgery to ease the pressure on your heel.
Your doctor may use shoe inserts, pads and exercises to address a hammer toe condition. If these efforts do not improve your toe's strength, your orthopedist may recommend surgery to straighten your toe.
Based on the type and severity of your condition, our orthopedic and sports medicine doctors will develop a treatment plan that may include physical therapy or surgery.
Our orthopedic doctors will work with you to diagnose the cause of your foot pain and develop a personalized treatment plan that may include orthotics, physical therapy, and, in rare cases, surgery.
Your orthopedic doctor will develop a personalized treatment plan based on the severity of your symptoms that may include physical therapy or surgery to relieve the pressure on your nerves.
Treatment for joint arthritis may include physical therapy exercises to increase your toe's range of motion or surgery to remove portions of bone or cartilage.
Our orthopedic doctors will develop a personalized plan to alleviate and prevent your stabbing foot pain that may include physical therapy, orthotics, a night splint and medication.
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