Foot & Ankle pain in Dallas, Texas
Meet the Doctors Who Make Up the Dallas Foot & Ankle team!
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Get Your Foot & Ankle Pain Treated in Dallas, Texas
Expert Care for All Your Foot & Ankle Needs
Experienced Foot & Ankle Doctors
At Plano Orthopedic, we have a highly skilled team of foot and ankle doctors dedicated to providing you with exceptional care. Our board-certified doctors specialize in treating various conditions, including Bunions, Achilles Tendon Ruptures, and Plantar Fasciitis. We understand how debilitating foot and ankle pain can be, which is why we are committed to helping you find relief. Rest easy knowing that you are in the best hands possible when you choose Plano Orthopedic for your foot and ankle care needs.
Treatment for a Variety of Conditions
At Plano Orthopedic, we provide treatment for a wide range of foot and ankle conditions, including Achilles Tendon Injuries, Ankle Fractures & Surgery, Bunionectomy (Chevron Bunionectomy), Calcaneal Fracture Fixation, and Debridement Achilles Tendon. Our team of experienced doctors is dedicated to finding the best possible treatment for your individual condition.
Comprehensive Care for Your Foot & Ankle
**Get Your Feet Moving Again!**
At Plano Orthopedic, our experienced team of doctors specializes in treating a variety of foot and ankle conditions, including:
– Achilles Tendon Injuries
– Ankle Fractures & Surgery
– Bunionectomy (Chevron Bunionectomy)
– Calcaneal Fracture Fixation
– Debridement Achilles Tendon
We understand that every condition is unique and requires a personalized approach to treatment. That’s why we’re dedicated to finding the best possible solution for you. Don’t let foot and ankle pain hold you back – contact us today to schedule a consultation!
Are you a Dallas resident suffering from Foot & Ankle pain?
Our team of professional doctors is dedicated to delivering exceptional care and support so that you can get back on your feet! If you’re searching for a Foot & Ankle doctor in Dallas, TX then look no further. Plano Orthopedic has created a team of doctors that is committed to helping Dallas residents. Our team of Foot & Ankle specialists are dedicated to providing top-notch treatment and care.
We offer comprehensive evaluation and treatment plans that can help you regain full mobility after an injury or surgery. Our services include Foot & Ankle Surgery, Non-Surgical Treatments, Physical Therapy and more.
Our team of qualified Foot & Ankle surgeons is ready to provide you with the highest standard of care. From softball and baseball injuries at local parks, to cricket-related mishaps or fishing accidents in Dallas ponds – our experienced doctors are prepared for any type of condition that may arise. We understand how important outdoor recreation or getting back to work can be and strive for quick recovery times so our patients can get back out into their favorite activities as soon as possible!
Our Foot & Ankle specialists are here to help you on your journey to recovery with personalized care that meets your individual needs. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our doctors and start your journey towards a healthier lifestyle. We look forward to helping you get back out there in no time!
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Our team is dedicated to providing the best possible care and treatment for Foot & Ankle problems in Dallas, TX. Let us help you get back on your feet and start feeling better soon! Contact us today to learn more about our services. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Anatomy of the Ankle
Foot and Ankle Surgery: The ankle is a complex mechanism. What we normally think of as the ankle is actually made up of two joints: the subtalar joint, and the true ankle joint.
The true ankle joint is composed of 3 bones, seen above from a front, or anterior, view: the tibia which forms the inside, or medial, portion of the ankle; the fibula which forms the lateral, or outside portion of the ankle; and the talus underneath. The true ankle joint is responsible for up and down motion of the foot.
The foot & ankle joint is very complex, to learn more about your condition or treatment plan click the diagnosis topic and read educational content or watch educational videos to help understand your diagnosis.
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PROPHECY® INFINITY® Total Ankle System
The 3d printed cutting jigs provide the alignment accuracy of the traditional Total Ankle System while reducing surgical and fluoroscopic steps allowing the potential for:
- Less procedural complexity
- Less fluoroscopy exposure for patients, surgeons, and staff
- Reduced surgical time