When Is Ankle Surgery Needed?

Have you been living with chronic pain or mobility issues due to an ankle injury or condition?

Ankle surgery, offered by your Colorado Springs and Monument, CO, podiatrists, Drs. Matthew Hinderland and Jordan Cameron of Foot & Ankle Institute of Colorado, may improve your condition.

When should you consider ankle surgery?

In many cases, ankle pain and injuries can be successfully managed with conservative treatment methods, such as casts, walking boots, crutches and shockwave therapy. Surgery is usually only recommended if other treatment methods are unsuccessful.

Ankle surgery may also be needed if:

What conditions can be improved with ankle surgery?

Surgery may be recommended for:

Would you like to find out if you're a good candidate for ankle surgery? Call your Colorado Springs and Monument, CO, podiatrists, Drs. Matthew Hinderland and Jordan Cameron of Foot & Ankle Institute of Colorado, at (719) 488-4664 to schedule an appointment.

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