Rothman Orthopaedic Institute Features Elite-Grade Foot and Ankle Physicians
Foot and ankle health is at the foundation of many of the most essential activities, from standing and walking to climbing stairs. For athletes and active people, good foot and ankle health provide the means for healthy activities, such as running, hiking, and team sports.
When injuries or orthopaedic conditions cause your foot or ankle to become damaged, far more is lost than the function of the foot or ankle itself. Rather, your mobility and lifestyle can be comprehensively affected. That’s why it is so critical to entrust your orthopaedic care to the best foot and ankle physician in Westchester County.
Rothman Orthopaedic Institute has earned a reputation as leading orthopaedic physicians in North Jersey and New York. Our foot and ankle specialists offer the most effective care available, using advanced tools, methods, and technology. In fact, all of our foot and ankle surgeons are medical doctors who have undergone comprehensive training in orthopaedic surgery, followed by additional training in the form of a specialized foot and ankle fellowship. Learn more about the importance of specialized treatment for orthopaedic conditions that affect the foot and ankle and what sets Rothman Orthopaedic Institute’s specialists apart as the best foot and ankle doctors.
The Essential Role of the Foot and Ankle
The average American will walk about 5,900 steps each day. In other countries, the daily averages are even higher! This demonstrates both the incredible capabilities of healthy feet and ankles and the intensive stress that they are subject to.
The orthopaedic structure of the foot and ankle is composed of an anatomical network of bone, cartilage, muscle, tendons, and ligaments. The talus and surrounding cartilage enable smooth ankle and leg movement while surrounding bones such as the fibula and tibia provide stability to the ankle joint. Anatomically critical ligaments attach these bones to the surrounding muscle tissue and provide further structural support.
The end product of these anatomical structures is healthy foot and ankle function and smooth, comfortable movement and weight-bearing capability. Unfortunately, each component is susceptible to both general wear and tear and orthopaedic conditions and injuries. While a ligament injury can destabilize the ankle joint; and these are just some of the numerous conditions that commonly affect foot and ankle patients.
The unfortunate reality is that 95% of people will experience degenerative conditions, such as degradation of the cartilage that encases the talus within the ankle joint, can result in chronic pain and reduced mobility. Traumatic injuries, such as sprained or torn ligaments, can likewise compromise function and mobility and cause a wide range of painful symptoms.
Rothman Orthopaedic Institute: The Best Foot and Ankle Physicians in Westchester County
Among patients experiencing foot and ankle pain, 95% will experience relief over time. Whether your condition needs non-operative treatments or requires surgical intervention to properly heal, the foot and ankle specialists at Rothman Orthopaedic Institute are committed to providing the most advanced, effective treatment options for foot and ankle patients.
Rothman Orthopaedic Institute’s specialty foot and ankle services include:
Foot and ankle surgery
Treatment of elective and traumatic disorders of the foot and ankle
These specialized treatments have earned Rothman Orthopaedic Institute national renown as the best foot and ankle physician in Westchester County. Why choose Rothman Orthopaedic Institute for your orthopaedic needs? Consider the following:
Rothman Orthopaedic Specialty Hospital has been ranked number one for surgical care and patient satisfaction.
Rothman Orthopaedic Specialty Hospital is a five-star Healthgrades recipient.
As a member of the Jefferson Department of Orthopedics, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute was listed as number four in the US News & World Reports’ 2018 national rankings.
Rothman Orthopaedic Institute features one of the world’s highest volumes of joint replacement surgeries, which equips our surgeons with unmatched experience.
Rothman Orthopaedic Institute’s Sports Medicine specialists perform over 80,000 sports injury evaluations and 10,000 surgeries annually.
Rothman Orthopaedic Institute has been ranked the number one Sports Medicine program within the region.
Rothman Orthopaedic Institute is at the cutting edge of orthopaedic research and featured more podium and poster presentations at the 2017 AAOS annual meeting than any other orthopaedic group.
If you are in pursuit of the best foot and ankle physician in Westchester County, the physicians at Rothman Orthopaedic Institute can provide you with care that is unparalleled in effectiveness or precision. To learn more about Rothman Orthopaedic Institute or to schedule an appointment, please visit us here or contact us at 1-800-321-9999.
- Ankle Sprain and Fracture Surgeries
- Arthritis (Foot and Ankle) Surgeries
- Athlete's Foot Treatment
- Foot and Ankle Surgery
- Foot Callus/Corns Surgery
- Foot Pain Treatments
- Non-operative Ankle Sprain and Fracture Treatments
- Non-operative Arthritis (Foot and Ankle) Treatment
- Non-operative Flat Foot Treatments
- Non-operative Foot and Ankle Treatments
- Non-operative Foot Callus/Corn Treatment
- Total Ankle Replacement
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