Getting you back on your feet.
Foot and ankle problems can be among the most frustrating and debilitating health issues. Fortunately, we’re ready to address a wide range of foot and ankle conditions at Hancock Orthopedics—with skill, compassion, and savings.
Foot & Ankle Procedures at Hancock Health
Surgery to connect the bones of the ankle to reduce pain and improve range of motion.
Other Foot & Ankle Procedures We Perform
Contact us to find out more about these and other surgical procedures:
Achilles Tendon Repair
Surgery to reconnect torn tendon tissue so you can move your foot normally again.
Repair of ligaments on the outside of the ankle to improve joint stability.
A controlled break of the heel bone done to correct foot deformities.
The removal of damaged tissue around a wound to aid the healing process.
Flexor Tendon Release
Disconnecting or cutting through a tendon under a toe to facilitate a wider range of movement.
Ganglion Cyst Removal
Minimally invasive removal of small, fluid-filled lumps.
Lengthening the tendons and muscles in the back of the leg to increase calf muscle flexibility.
An operation to remove an unnecessary bone in the foot that’s causing pain.
A procedure on the long bones of the feet, typically to correct a bunion.
Cutting and realigning the metatarsal bone of the big toe to correct a deformity.
Metatarsophalangeal Joint Fusion (MTP Fusion)
Connecting two big-toe bones together to treat arthritis.
Open Reduction and Internal Fixation (ORIF)
Surgery to help stabilize and heal a broken ankle.
Peroneal Tendon Repair
Surgery to treat the muscles that connect outside of the calf to the foot.
Tarsal Tunnel Release
Surgery to address pain or numbness in the ankle or sole of the foot.
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Whether you’re looking for an initial consultation or a second opinion—or you just have more questions—we’re here to help. Get in touch with us, and we’ll get back to you within one business day.