Conditions of the foot and ankle can range from painful calluses and bunions to complex fractures; all of which can hinder daily activities and cause chronic pain. At the Orlando Orthopaedic Center our board certified specialists offer personalized treatment plans for patients suffering from varying degrees of foot and ankle injuries and/or conditions. Not only are our specialists board certified in forefoot surgery, they are among only a few Central Florida physicians board certified in reconstructive rear foot/ankle surgery. If you or a loved one are suffering from foot or ankle pain, turn to the experts at the Orlando Orthopaedic Center.
Complex Fracture Symptoms
Complex fracture symptoms may be an indication of a foot fracture or ankle fracture. Symptoms include:
- Severe pain which generally hinders the patient’s ability to walk
Made up of 26 bones, the foot is one of the most complex parts of the human anatomy. Patients suffering from complex foot fractures generally require a holistic treatment regime including: physical therapy, medications, surgery and rehabilitation.
At the Orlando Orthopaedic Center we provide comprehensive foot fracture treatment options for patients suffering from mild to severe fractures. Whether you are in need of foot fracture surgery or a less invasive approach, our specialists are here to help you through the entire treatment and rehabilitation process.
The ankle serves as a shock absorber and a foundation for the rest of the body. Those suffering from ankle injuries and/or conditions are often left unable to walk. In some cases ankle pain sufferers can cause more damage by continuing to walk on or strain the affected ankle. At the Orlando Orthopaedic Center we provide treatment options for those suffering from complex fractures of the ankle including: broken ankle rehabilitation, medication, surgery and physical therapy.
At the Orlando Orthopaedic Center our specialists use state of the art techniques to treat complex fractures of the foot and ankle. Whether you are suffering from moderate to severe pain of the foot and/or ankle; our specialists will be there for you every step of the way. If you are interested in learning more about foot and ankle fracture treatment, schedule a consultation with one of our specialists today.