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People today are leading more active lifestyles and living longer due to advancements in medicine, which feet and ankles are enduring more wear and tear and injuries. At Tufts Medical Center, we’ve designed a specialized program to help you stay on your feet and eliminate or manage your foot and ankle pain.
Some of the conditions we treat regularly include:
Because foot health often affects other parts of the body, our treatment approach often involves collaborating with our colleagues in:
Additionally, we work in partnership with our Podiatry Program to treat a wide range of problems, including arthritis, plantar fasciitis, forefoot deformities, skin conditions and diabetic foot care, to name a few. A medical center with so many resources dedicated to foot and ankle care is rare, even in the Boston medical community.
Our team develops your treatment based on your individual needs and lifestyle. We manage your care personally, and if surgery is recommended, we will perform your procedure.
Some of the treatments we provide include:
We begin treating you with conservative, non-surgical methods and consider surgery only after we discuss it in detail with you. Some of the non-surgical therapies we prescribe are:
Whether you have a nagging injury, ankle arthritis or a debilitating foot disorder, our goal is to help you get back on your feet safely and as quickly as possible.
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Title(s): Orthopedic Surgeon; Assistant Professor, TUSM
Appt. Phone: 617-636-5269
Fax #: 617-636-5178
Foot, ankle and lower extremity
Title(s): Chief, Division of Sports Medicine; Orthopaedic Surgeon; Director of Orthopaedic Research; Associate Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine
Appt. Phone: 617-636-3369
Fax #: 617-636-5178
Shoulder instability and dislocation, rotator cuff repair, labral repair, minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery for shoulder, knee, hip and ankle, cartilage injuries and joint preservation, meniscus repair, management of knee ligament injures (ACL, MCL, multi-ligament), overuse injuries in athletes, adult and adolescent sports medicine, women's sports injuries and preservation, workers' compensation