About Our
Foot & Ankle Center

Foot & Ankle Conditions
we specialize in

At Carolina Orthopaedic & Neurological Associates, we have treated both pediatric and adult disorders of the lower extremities for over 35 years. Our Foot & Ankle Center offers some of the most advanced treatments and surgical techniques to relieve and even eliminate most foot and ankle pain and lower extremity problems.

There are a variety of spinal conditions and disorders that our specialists treat. If you do not see a condition below, please contact our office and we will answer any questions you may have.

Foot Pain
Foot pain can be a difficult problem to deal with. Because there are many foot bones, tendons, ligaments, and nerves, there are many different foot injuries and conditions. An appointment with a Board-certified and Fellowship-Trained Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) is the best way to find the cause of foot pain and properly treat it.

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Heel Pain
Heel pain is mild to severe pain on the bottom of the foot. Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialists prescribe customized treatment plans to dramatically reduce pain and treat the injury or condition causing it. An appointment should be made as soon as pain presents.

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Ankle Fractures
Ankle fractures are a common type of fracture where one or more of the ankle bones break. Ankles fractures do not heal on their own and their symptoms become worse if they are not treated. An appointment with a Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist should be made as soon as possible after an ankle injury.

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Ankle Sprains
Ankle sprains occur when one or more of the strong ligaments that connect the ankle bones are partially torn. It is always best to make an appointment with a Carolina Orthopaedics and Neurological Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist after an ankle sprain. A customized treatment plan reduces symptoms and treats the sprain as quickly as possible.

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Bunions
Bone spurs are osteoarthritis caused bone growths. Bone spurs that protrude into the ankle joint cause pain and make it hard to move the joint. Early bone spur treatment is always best—an appointment with a Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist should be made as soon as symptoms present.

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Foot & Ankle Arthritis
Arthritis is inflammation of joint bone and cartilage. Foot and ankle arthritis causes symptoms that can make it difficult to walk or even stand. Patients are encouraged to make an appointment with a Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist as soon as symptoms present.

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Hammer Toe
Hammer toe occurs when a toe curls down instead of pointing straight. Hammer toe symptoms make walking difficult and make it impossible to wear certain shoe types. An appointment with a Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist should be made as soon as symptoms present.
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Bone Spurs
Bone spurs are osteoarthritis caused bone growths. Bone spurs that protrude into the ankle joint cause pain and make it hard to move the joint. Early bone spur treatment is always best—an appointment with a Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist should be made as soon as symptoms present.

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Muscle & Tendon Strains
Muscle and tendon strains occur when muscles and tendons are partially torn. Strains make it hard to bear weight and move the foot and ankle. Early treatment relieves stain symptoms and treats the injury before it gets worse. An appointment with a Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist should be made as soon as symptoms present.

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Toe Fractures
A toe fracture is a broken toe bone. Toe fracture pain is often severe and gets worse if the fracture is not treated properly. An appointment with a Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist should be made as soon as possible.
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Peroneal Tendinopathy
The peroneal tendons help stabilize and move the ankle and foot. Peroneal tendinopathy is peroneal tendon inflammation. Symptoms can be uncomfortable and make it hard to perform many foot and ankle movements. A Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist should diagnose and treat the condition as soon as possible.

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Foot & Ankle surgery is suggested only when all other options have been exhausted. Our Foot & Ankle Center Experts are dedicated to treating patients with the most effective course of treatment available.

Common Foot & Ankle Treatments

Achilles Tendon Repair
An Achilles tendon repair treats a partially or completely torn Achilles tendon. Patients who injure their ankle and experience Achilles tendon tear symptoms should make an appointment with a Carolina Orthopaedics and Neurological Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist as soon as possible. Delaying treatment makes the injury and symptoms worse.

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Fracture Reduction
A foot or ankle fracture is a serious injury that requires medical attention. An appointment with a Carolina Orthopaedic and Neurosurgical Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist should be made as soon as possible. A fracture reduction may need to be performed to align the broken bone.
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Bunionectomy
A bunion is a painful lump on the side of the big toe. A small percentage of bunions do not respond to nonsurgical treatment options and surgery is recommended. A Carolina Orthopaedics and Neurological Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialist performs a bunionectomy to remove the bunion and reduce symptoms.

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Ankle Arthroscopy
Ankle arthroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that treats a variety of ankle injuries and conditions. A fiber optic camera or arthroscope is used to visualize the ankle joint and tiny surgical instruments are used to make repairs. Carolina Orthopaedics and Neurological Associates’ (CONA) foot and ankle specialists are ankle arthroscopy experts.

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