foot and ankle deformity

Foot and Ankle Reconstruction

SynergyHealth Foot & Ankle utilizes the latest technologies and advancements in foot and ankle reconstruction treatment and surgeries. Our techniques minimize scarring and reduce recovery time. We treat everything from joints to toes to ankles with a variety of procedures to increase your mobility and reduce pain.

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Foot and Ankle Services

Our podiatrists offer a wide range of foot and ankle treatments and procedures, including:

Arthritis treatment

Arthritis treatment is one of the most common issues our patients face. Physical therapy, prescribed footwear, medications, and additional treatments can help reduce pain and increase mobility.

Bunion treatment

Bunion treatment can include changing footwear or adding padding to the foot, while more severe cases require surgical removal.

Cavus foot treatment

Cavus foot treatment addresses abnormally high arches in the foot and can range from foot and ankle bracing to surgical procedures.

Flat feet treatment

Flat feet treatment can range from proper arch supports and physical therapy to invasive surgeries requiring implants.

Foot realignment surgery

Foot realignment surgery is a surgical realignment for the foot that adjusts your foot and joints and removes damaged bone fragments or cartilage. This treatment does require general anesthesia.


Hammertoes often occur due to ill-wearing shoes but can also result from injury, arthritis, or a high foot arch. Our podiatrists can offer several different treatments and corrections.

Joint fusion

Joint fusion helps correct arthritis, flat feet, and fractures that struggle to heal on their own by permanently fusing specific bones in the foot together.

Ligament repair

Ligament repair provides significant relief for those who experience chronic pain in the foot and ankle area, suffer from multiple ankle sprains, and struggle with weak ankles.

Tendon repair

Tendon repair is performed after a foot or ankle injury that caused acute tears, tendonitis, tendinitis, tendinopathy, or other severe trauma to the Achilles tendon.

If you’re struggling with pain in your feet or ankles, don’t hesitate to call SynergyHealth Foot & Ankle today. Our compassionate podiatrists are here to help and provide you with the quality care you deserve.

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Foot and Ankle Treatments

Whether it’s hereditary or caused by injury, foot and ankle deformity correction can be a life-changing procedure, as these issues can be extremely painful and sometimes cause disability. These structural abnormalities can make simple tasks like walking to and from rooms or up and down stairs difficult or even impossible.

We take every necessary step at SynergyHealth Foot & Ankle to ensure our patients feel heard and understood. Many of these treatments and surgeries are relatively minimal and provide lifelong results that significantly improve your quality of life.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Will I need a general anesthetic for foot and ankle surgery?

Most foot and ankle surgeries require local or general anesthesia. This ensures a painless and safe procedure.

How soon can I walk after my foot and ankle reconstruction surgery?

All treatments and surgeries come with their own unique recovery timeframe. However, a general rule is to plan to not do any weight-bearing activities, such as walking or standing, within the first four weeks after surgery. Some procedures require an extended period of non-weight bearing to heal correctly.

How should I prepare for foot and ankle surgery?

Not all foot and ankle reconstruction treatments require extensive preparation, but many procedures require some downtime for proper recovery. Our team will provide you with a thorough understanding of what to expect and how to best care for your feet and ankles following treatment or surgery.