At Aurora Health Care, our orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine doctors and physical therapists are specially trained in caring for foot and ankle pain. We treat all conditions related to the foot and ankle, from plantar fasciitis and stress fractures to arthritis and complications of diabetes.
The foot and ankle are complex. The feet each contain 26 bones (one quarter of all bones in the body) and 33 joints. The feet and ankles help you walk, run, bend, jump and do everything else that carries you through your day.
This heavy workload makes foot and ankle pain a common health problem. About one in six people in the United States experience foot and ankle issues. The good news is that we offer effective treatments for foot and ankle pain – from bracing and injections to total ankle replacement.
Foot and ankle pain is common, but finding its true source can be a challenge. Aurora’s team is dedicated to discovering the real cause of foot and ankle pain so you can focus on your life instead of foot pain.
Whether the cause of foot and ankle pain is a fracture, inflammation or other injury or health condition, you can benefit from our:
Whether pain is ongoing (chronic) or comes on suddenly, we can help you find a solution.
Our specialists can treat many foot and ankle orthopedic issues with nonsurgical options like physical therapy or orthotics. When more conservative treatments aren’t effective, we offer surgery from our team of experienced foot and ankle surgeons.
Our foot and ankle treatments include:
Some painful foot and ankle conditions are related to other health problems. We work across departments, collaborating with your primary care physician to find the cause of your foot pain and the right treatment option for your condition.
Our foot and ankle specialists are knowledgeable in treating: