If you think you have a fractured foot or ankle, it’s time to see an expert!
Did you recently fall or jump down from something, and feel something pop in your foot or ankle? Did you drop something on your foot? Has there been a sudden increase in your exercise levels followed by pain in your foot, ankle or calf area? You might have a foot or a toe fracture.
Usually, the pain of a broken bone in your foot will hurt enough to prevent you from putting any weight on it. But not always! If you have a crooked toe that’s bruised and sore, and just isn’t getting better, it might be broken. Also, if you’ve recently started working out and have been putting a lot of pressure on your feet, you could have stress fractures, which are tiny cracks in the bone surface.
The trained specialists at Anderson Podiatry Center can help you determine if a bone is broken. Treatment consists of:
- Casting or splinting the bone
- Surgery may be necessary.
Don’t live another day with foot pain, bruising, or swelling caused by a fracture. Our doctors are ready to help you get back on your feet!
- Long-lasting relief is our goal
- Most insurance plans accepted
- Medicare-certified, state-of the art-surgery center