Nebraska Medicine's orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeons are specially trained to treat the most complex conditions.
When you can't walk, stand or do the everyday activities that you enjoy because of pain or injury in your feet or ankles, you want help fast.
Our team of dedicated, caring, health professionals specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of complex and common reconstructive foot and ankle disorders, ranging from bunions to fractures, including problems in the heel, ankle, toe and forefoot areas. Our team will take the time to listen to your concerns, understand the activities that are important in your life and develop a treatment plan that will quickly get you back to work and play.
Why Choose Nebraska Medicine for Your Foot and Ankle Care:
Integrated Care to Get You Back on Your Feet
Our orthopaedic surgeons and rehabilitation services use an integrated team approach to treat foot deformities resulting from fractures, overuse or osteoarthritis to get you back on your feet. Using conservative methods or surgical reconstruction when needed, we treat a variety of conditions including:
- Bone and joint infections
- Osteochondritis dissecan
- A wide range of other common podiatric conditions
Providing the Best Outcomes Possible
Our expert surgeons perform thousands of surgeries each year and place strong emphasis on decreasing a patient's risk of infection during and after surgery through a variety of methods all centered around giving you the best surgical outcome possible. Studies have shown that the greater the volume of surgeries performed at a hospital, the better the outcomes. Our doctors are also very experienced at choosing the appropriate candidates for surgery. Choosing the right surgery for the right patient with the right implant and right physical therapy contributes to better results, happier patients and greater longevity.
Our orthopaedic surgeons are leaders in research and are pioneers in ushering in the latest orthopaedic treatments and procedures to best address patient needs. This means you have the opportunity to take part in some of the most current clinical trials and the newest and most cutting-edge treatment options.