Foot & Ankle

Foot and Ankle Treatments at St. Elizabeth’s 

Our fellowship trained podiatry team collaborates with in-house infectious disease specialists, internists, orthopedists, plastic surgeons and wound care specialists to provide innovative and comprehensive care. This approach enables our podiatric surgeons to conduct highly successful surgical procedures. The Advanced Podiatric Surgical Services team is comprised of physicians, nurses, and support staff with decades of training and treatment of complex issues of the foot and ankle who also train podiatric residents in the most advanced medical and surgical treatments currently available.

In addition, with a comprehensive Wound Care Center located on campus, which includes hyperbaric oxygen therapy, patients can conveniently be treated for non-healing wounds often times on the same day they see one of our surgeons.

The Advanced Podiatric Surgical Services program treats a variety of complex foot and ankle concerns. Among the conditions treated are:

  • Arthritic feet
  • Bone and soft tissue tumors
  • Charcot arthropathy
  • Delayed and non-union of bone
  • Diabetic foot ulceration
  • Flatfoot deformity
  • Foot trauma
  • Hammertoe
  • Iatrogenic and recurrent foot deformity
  • Metatarsus Adductus
  • Neurologic foot problems
  • Pediatric foot disorders
  • Pes cavus deformity

Patient Information

Starting with an easy-to-access center, complete with valet parking and offices and treatment areas located within St. Elizabeth’s, to rapid appointment turn-around, the St. Elizabeth’s surgical podiatry team routinely works to ensure that each patients needs are met. Our offices are conveniently located on the St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center campus. Please visit our directions page for information on how to reach us and parking.


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