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Foot and Ankle

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Runner grabbing his ankle in pain

Foot and ankle care includes everything from sprains and fractures to arthritic conditions of the toes, feet and ankles.

Feet and ankles are two of the most frequently injured areas of the human body, and these injuries and conditions can occur at any stage of life. Some disorders may be inherited, but many ailments or injuries are the result of factors as simple as wearing improper footwear, to not seeking early medical attention, to suffering complex traumatic or sports injuries. From any and all disorders, our experts have wide experience in state-of-the-art treatments.

Most common foot and ankle problems are relatively easy to treat by our experts. At UOA, we employ medical, physical, and rehabilitative methods, including surgery when indicated, to treat you. Our experts perform reconstructive procedures, treat sports injuries, and manage and treat trauma of the foot and ankle—seeking total return to normal function, and specifically the greatest range of motion.

At UOA, our experienced team of surgeons employ state-of-the-art diagnostic testing that includes x-rays, ultrasound, MRI, computerized motion and gait analysis, bone densitometry, bone scans, and CT scans.

Our patient-centered approach guarantees you a customized diagnostic and treatment plan. Our variety of orthopaedic experts are equipped to get you back on track—resuming your everyday activities both functionally and pain-free.

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Call our office to make an appointment or fill out our appointment request form.

Somerset: 732-537-0909
Princeton: 609-683-7800
Wall: 732-938-6090
Morganville: 732-387-5750
Woodbridge: 732-283-2663
Monroe: 609-722-6750
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