Combined, the human foot and ankle contain more than 100 bones, tendons, muscles, and ligaments, and form 33 joints. The foot is a highly intricate structure that works in unison with the ankle to help support our body weight; allow us to stand, walk, or run; and move and flex in a variety of ways. When the foot is injured, it often requires highly specialized treatment to restore maximum function and movement.
At Sports Medicine North, our specialty-trained orthopedic foot surgeon are dedicated to a multidisciplinary approach to treating foot injuries. Common foot procedures performed by our surgeon includes arthroplasty of the foot, bunion and hammertoe correction, flatfoot reconstruction, tendon transfer of the foot and ankle, hindfoot and midfoot fusions, tarsal tunnel decompression, and lateral and medial ligament reconstruction among several others. From nonsurgical to surgical foot care, our Sports Medicine North foot surgeon provides an individualized treatment plan focused on your specific goals.