The feet and ankles contain a complex system of bones, joints, ligaments, muscles , tendons, and nerves, all of which articulate and support our full body weight with each step. When the structures of the feet and ankles are damaged by injury, trauma, arthritis, and certain deformities, surgery can often become necessary to treat pain and restore proper function.
Our orthopaedic surgeons at Garden State Orthopaedic Associates are experienced in a wide range of advanced surgical techniques focused on the reconstruction and repair of the hard and soft tissue in these areas. Many have undergone years of additional post-graduate study to gain specialized knowledge and surgical training in foot and ankle procedures. With the help of state-of-the-art diagnostic technology, our surgeons are skilled in determining the nature of complex physical problems and developing customized treatment strategies based on each patient’s specific needs. The objective of every procedure they perform is to achieve the greatest degree of improvement with the least invasive method possible.
Common Foot and Ankle Problems and Surgical Procedures
We invite you to learn more about various injuries and conditions of the feet and ankles that we treat at Garden State Orthopaedic Associates. We have devoted the following pages to specific information about the many surgical techniques we perform to resolve these physical concerns.
Whether you have sustained an injury to your foot or ankle, or developed severe pain and immobility in the region, we encourage you to contact Garden State Orthopaedic Associates to schedule an appointment with one of our surgeons.