Orthopaedic Surgery Associates is a practice known not only for its excellent orthopedic specialists but also for a wide range of services we provide at our modern facilities in Boca Raton and Boynton Beach, among others including reconstructive spine surgery, disc surgery and fracture treatment. On this page we would like to tell you more about surgery & corrective repair of the foot, another popular procedure performed by our orthopedic surgeons and podiatrists. Patients with foot problems find this one extremely helpful, because it effectively allows them to – well – get them back at their feet, so to speak!
There are plenty of common foot problems that can make a patient’s life a pain. Foot-related bone trouble is especially annoying because it often prevents people from doing what they are used to doing. It interferes with the way they lead their everyday life, making it difficult to walk and move around. The good news is, most of them can be effectively treated surgically, and our orthopedic surgeons in Boca Raton and Boynton Beach are no strangers to those conditions! Flatfoot, cavus foot, halluxes and heel bumps – all of these conditions are treated at Orthopaedic Surgery Associates. Surgical correction of the above mentioned has proven most effective in terms of helping the patient get back to their normal day activities as soon as possible.
Our entire team – consisting of orthopedic physicians (who are Board Certified and Fellowship trained in their fields), Registered Physical Therapists, Clinical Exercise Physiologists, Certified Physician Assistants, Occupational Therapists and Certified Hand Therapists – are experienced at helping patients with various orthopedic injuries. We are all here to make sure you get back on your feet as soon as possible! With our experienced and professional orthopedic doctors, your feet are at good hands
If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment, contact us today!
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