Area’s Best Foot & Ankle Care

State of the Art Foot & Ankle Care

Your feet and ankles are essential parts of your anatomy. Whether you’re standing, walking, or running, your feet and ankles provide support, balance, shock absorption, and other key functions associated with movement. Don’t trust just any foot and ankle specialist with these essential parts of the body, trust the area’s most talented doctors at OrthoUnited.

When you turn to us for the highest level of foot and ankle care, you can expect nothing but the absolute best. Our cutting-edge facility boasts everything you need in one convenient location to help restore movement and comfort to your foot or ankle.

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Common Foot & Ankle Conditions

Foot and ankle problems can affect your quality of life, limit your mobility and activities, and force you to live with unnecessary pain. The causes of common foot and ankle problems include nerve damage, aging, poor circulation, diabetes, and even poor-fitting shoes.

The good news is that our doctors have experience treating a wide range of conditions and can help restore movement—even the most extreme cases that can’t be treated elsewhere.

Common foot and ankle conditions include:

  • Achilles tendinitis and tear
  • Ankle sprain
  • Arthritis of the foot and ankle
  • Bunions and hammertoes
  • Diabetic foot problems
  • Flatfoot in children and adults
  • Fractures of the ankle and foot
  • Lisfranc (midfoot) injury
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Plantar fasciitis and heel pain
  • Stress fractures
  • Total ankle replacement
  • Turf toe

Advanced Foot & Ankle Treatment Methods

At OrthoUnited, our surgeons use state-of-the-art procedures to treat a wide range of foot and ankle problems. The difference at OrthoUnited? You get the best care in a comfortable, compassionate environment focused on patient healing and comfort.

Many injuries or conditions can be treated conservatively with rest, medication, physical therapy, orthotics, a brace, or a walking boot.

But if you do need foot or ankle surgery, we have surgeons with advanced training in complex injuries and procedures, including trauma and foot and ankle reconstruction. We also offer minimally-invasive techniques, total ankle replacement, and ankle arthroplasty. If you’re suffering needlessly from a foot disorder, talk to our expert team and get the care you not only need, but deserve.

Doctor wrapping a patient's ankle with a bandage/wrap.

Meet Our Foot & Ankle Doctors

Our Patients Say It Best

“Dr. Charlick is a top notch foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon. He helped diagnose and heal my son. Then I went to him, and he has helped me immensely. I have no more foot pain after another doctor didn’t do anything in 6 months. He is patient and explains everything very well.”
-Joanne B.,
“We love OrthoUnited! We would also love not to have to go there, lol, but I would definitely recommend them to everyone! Dr. Seth is amazing! My daughter fractured her ankle (she is 9) and he has been wonderful! They are great with her and know how to talk to kids and make them feel comfortable telling them what is going on!”
-Amy Z.
“Been to several Doctors at OrthoUnited and have always had good experiences. They take the time to keep you informed and well aware of what you’re facing. Now they have major investment in building a state of the art surgical center for the best of treatment. I highly recommend OrthoUnited.”
-Randy G.
“Staff and doctors are very professional and well qualified to do what they do. I had all my questions answered and everyone was very patient answering even my stupid questions. I would have no problem having any surgery at OrthoUnited again.”
-Diane L.B.
“The atmosphere at OrthoUnited gives you that "I'm at home with my family" feeling. The staff here are wonderful and the physician's are phenomenal!! I recommend OrthoUnited 110%!! Thank you Dr. Melissa Bickett.”
-Mia Y.
“Completely professional practice and support staff. I am an RN and have had my second surgery with OrthoUnited physicians. I am impressed how well they predicted the outcomes of my surgery. They supported me very well after-surgery, and in physical therapy, working with me and listening to me, to consider my goals too, not just the typical goals. I no longer have knee pain when I walk, and after several weeks of physical therapy, my back is better than it has been in the last year. I will return there if I have any future needs for ortho.”

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