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The human foot and ankle contains 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than 100 muscles. The foot and the ankle are highly intricate structures that work in unison to help support our body weight, allow us to stand, walk or run, and move and flex in a variety of ways. When the foot or ankle is injured, it often requires highly specialized treatment to restore maximum function and movement.

At Slocum Center, our specialty-trained orthopedic foot surgeons are dedicated to a multidisciplinary approach to treating foot injuries. Common foot procedures our surgeons often perform include bunion and hammertoe correction, forefoot pain, tendon transfer of the foot, and lateral and medial ligament reconstruction. From operative to nonoperative foot care, Slocum Center foot surgeons provide an individualized treatment plan focused on your goals.

Our Foot Specialists

Education Resources

Click here to view videos our doctors have developed for foot procedures and conditions.

 

 

Patient Education