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Ankle Arthritis

Pain in your ankle with range of motion and activity is often a sign of arthritis that may be developing.  Typical findings of arthritis include loss of cartilage and bone spurs.  Your pain can be decreased by different treatments such as cortisone shots, bracing, and physical therapy.  When these treatments don't provide adequate relief, surgical options including ankle arthroscopy, ankle replacement, and ankle fusion can help patients return to a more active lifestyle with less pain.  If you are experience pain, please call our Colorado Springs office today at 719-488-4664 so we can help you!

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