Reconstructive Surgery of the Foot and Ankle
From toes to ankles, our experienced doctors and treatment teams can bring appropriate healing to your feet. Reconstructive surgery may be required in a number of instances, such as repairing damage related to late-stage arthritis, traumatic injuries or diabetic conditions. Whatever is ailing your amble, the team at the Foot and Ankle Specialists of Central PA can help.
Reconstruction Of Arches
Arches that are too high or low can impact your ambulation, including your balance. When your arch is improperly structured or has been damaged by disease or injury, the simple acts of standing and walking can put undue pressure on other areas of your foot, potentially causing additional damage. The Foot and Ankle Specialists of Central PA work with you to ensure appropriate arches that support your foot and body.
Treatment For Late-Stage Arthritic Conditions
Reconstructive foot surgery may be required when late-stage arthritic conditions, such as gout, osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis, have caused damage to the appendage. This treatment can help improve mobility or other functionality and reduce pain.
If your foot has been damaged in an accident, reconstructive surgery may be required to return functionality to your lower limbs. The team at the Foot and Ankle Specialists of Central PA evaluates your condition and works with you to develop a treatment and surgical plan to meet your needs.
Ankle Joint Replacement And Ankle Fusions
If an injury or illness has compromised your ankle functionality, leading to pain or limited range of motion, we can help. We'll work with you so you understand your options and whether a replacement or fusion is right for you.
Diabetic Limb Salvage
In cases when diabetic conditions have led to amputation, the team at the Foot and Ankle Specialists of Central PA can use reconstructive foot surgery to salvage as much of the limb as possible or protect your ability to walk.
Contact Us Today For A Consultation
today at 717-620-8225 to schedule a consultation to find out more about reconstructive foot surgery options. We'll help you understand what your options are. Our caring teams work with you to protect your health and mobility.