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  • 7575 Cold Harbor Rd
    Bldg 2 Suite 2a
    Mechanicsville, VA 23111
  • 7016 Lee Park Rd
    Suite 105
    Mechanicsville, VA 23111
  • 7016 Lee Park Rd
    Suite 105
    Mechanicsville, VA 23111
  • Noel Patel, DPM 200 Points

    The Foot Center, Inc.
    Distance: 6.09 mi
    5311 Patterson Ave, Suite 110
    Suite 110
    Richmond, VA 23226
  • Thomas Leecost, M.D.,D.P.M. 100 Points

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    5500 Monument Ave #E
    Richmond, VA 23226
  • Distance: 6.09 mi
    4788 Finlay St
    Suite 1
    Richmond, VA 23231
  • Distance: 6.09 mi
    2821 N Parham Rd Ste 101
    Richmond, VA 23294
  • Distance: 6.09 mi
    2505 Chamberlayne Ave
    Richmond, VA 23222
  • Distance: 6.09 mi
    1500 North 25th St
    Richmond, VA 23223
  • Distance: 6.09 mi
    1500 N 28th St
    Suite 210
    Richmond, VA 23223
  • Distance: 6.09 mi
    7660 E Parham Rd
    mob1, Suite 104a
    Richmond, VA 23294
  • Donald Glazer, DPM

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    7702 E Parham Rd Ste 318
    Richmond, VA 23294
  • Julie Greenwood, D.P.M.

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    7406 Brook Rd
    Richmond, VA 23227
  • John Kadukammakal, DPM

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    2008 Bremo Rd
    Suite 100
    Richmond, VA 23226
  • Jonas Katz, DPM

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    2401 Islandview Ct
    Richmond, VA 23233
  • Keisha Perry, DPM

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    5700 Old Richmond Ave Ste e24
    Richmond, VA 23226
  • Distance: 6.09 mi
    7406 Brook Rd
    Richmond, VA 23227
  • Bernard Suher, DPM

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    2821 N Parham Rd
    Suite 101
    Richmond, VA 23294
  • Zakia Sultana, DPM

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    Podiatry 112h
    1201 Broad Rock Blvd
    Richmond, VA 23249
  • Thomas Verla, D.P.M.

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    1201 Broad Rock Blvd
    Richmond, VA 23249
  • Distance: 6.09 mi
    2004 Bremo Rd Ste 200
    Richmond, VA 23226
  • David Weiss, DPM

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    7650 E Parham Rd Ste 215
    Richmond, VA 23294
  • Distance: 6.09 mi
    7650 E Parham Rd Ste 215
    Richmond, VA 23294
  • Brian Wright, DPM

    Distance: 6.09 mi
    4788 Finlay St
    Suite 1
    Richmond, VA 23231
  • Distance: 8.28 mi
    5300 Hickory Park Dr
    Suite 104
    Glen Allen, VA 23059
  • Distance: 8.28 mi
    3936 Springfield Rd
    Glen Allen, VA 23060
  • Distance: 16.69 mi
    6512 Woodlake Village Cir
    Midlothian, VA 23112
  • Distance: 16.69 mi
    13305a Midlothian Tpke
    Midlothian, VA 23113
  • Emily Durrance, D.P.M.

    Distance: 16.69 mi
    6512 Woodlake Village Cir
    Midlothian, VA 23112
  • George Marino, D.P.M

    Distance: 16.69 mi
    13305a Midlothian Tpke
    Midlothian, VA 23113
  • Distance: 17.8 mi
    13125 Rivers Bend Blvd
    Chester, VA 23836
  • Allan Wax, DPM

    Distance: 17.8 mi
    13048 Rivers Bend Rd
    Chester, VA 23836
  • Raymon Artopee, D.P.M

    Distance: 21.56 mi
    303 Appomattox St
    Hopewell, VA 23860
  • Distance: 21.56 mi
    303 Appomattox St
    Hopewell, VA 23860
  • Distance: 22.56 mi
    347 Land or Dr
    Ruther Glen, VA 22546
  • David Perillo, DPM

    Distance: 22.56 mi
    347 Land or Dr
    Ruther Glen, VA 22546

Nearby Cities

Richmond (6.09 mi)
Glen Allen (8.28 mi)
Midlothian (16.7 mi)
Chester (17.81 mi)
Hopewell (21.56 mi)
Ruther Glen (22.57 mi)

Foot and Ankle Surgeon Info

Foot and Ankle Surgeon Summary:

A foot and ankle surgeon is a medical doctor, either an MD (Medical Doctor) or a DO (Doctor of Osteopathy), who specializes in the diagnosis, care and treatment of patients with orthopedic disorders of or injury to the foot and ankle including bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, nerves and skin.

Conditions Treated Include:



Musculoskeletal problems, including fractures, breaks, dislocations, sprains and torn ligaments
• Conditions requiring joint replacements
• Bunions, hammer toes, mallet toes, arthritic toes, intoeing and outtoeing
• Infections, tumors, inflammatory diseases and nerve disorders including plantar warts, plantar fasciitis and cartilage and tendon damage from rheumatoid arthritis
• Congenital deformities including clubfoot and flat foot
• Diabetic foot problems
• Foot and ankle arthritis
Joint, tendon and muscle pain of the foot and ankle

Procedures and Treatments:


Medical and rehabilitative procedures and treatments performed include treatment of sports injuries, reconstructive surgery, therapy for diabetic foot conditions and treatment of trauma to the foot and ankle. Procedures and treatments include:

• Soft Tissue and bone reconstruction surgery
• Orthotics
• Fracture surgery
• Bunion removal
• Ankle fusion and ankle replacement
• Treatment of fungal infections

Education:


To achieve this degree, a physician must have completed four years of medical school and five years of accredited graduate medical education, known as a residency, in orthopedic surgery. Many foot and ankle surgeons have also completed advanced fellowship training in this specialty. There are about 650 residency programs available in 170 accredited programs. The orthopedics field is extremely competitive and most candidates for residencies, including foot and ankle, graduate at the top of their medical school classes.

Certifications:


Foot and ankle surgeons are board certified by either the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (MDs) or the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery (DOs), and must maintain membership in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). To be certified as a specialist by the AAOS, candidates must have completed an orthopedic residency, performed orthopedic surgery for two years and passed the board’s written and oral examinations.

Professional Society Membership:


The American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS) is a medical specialty society for foot and ankle surgeons. All members must have completed both four years of medical and five years of residency training in orthopedic surgery, and most also have completed a year-long advanced fellowship program in treatment and surgery for the foot and ankle.


Foot and Ankle Surgeon FAQs:

Why might I see a foot and ankle surgeon?
You might see a foot and ankle surgeon for: break, sprain or fracture, congenital foot deformity, traumatic injury, diabetic foot, infections, arthritic problems, inflammation of the foot, bunions, hammertoes and any other injury or deformity in this area.

How do I find a foot and ankle surgeon in my area?
To find a foot and ankle surgeon you can ask your primary care physician for recommendations or look on Wellness.com and other practitioner review websites. When you call the surgeon’s office, be sure to ask questions about medical school training, accredited residency, areas of specialty and experience in performing your specific surgery or treatment.

If I see a foot and ankle surgeon, will I also need to see other doctors?
Your foot and ankle surgeon may need to work with other specialties regarding your condition. This could include an internist, pediatrician, vascular surgeon, radiologist, oncologist or endocrinologist.


Foot and Ankle Surgeon Related Terms:
foot, podiatry, orthotics, rheumatoid arthritis, physical therapy, bunionectomies, bunions, blisters, clubfoot, flat feet, tarsal coalitions, laser surgery, malleolar fractures, tibial pilon fractures, calcaneus fractures, navicular injuries, midfoot injuries, metatarsal fractures, phalangeal fractures, foot deformity, diabetic foot disorders, hallux valgus