Foot & Ankle Conditions We Treat

Our orthopaedic team cares for the full range of foot and ankle conditions—from bunions to hard-to-manage joint injuries. Our experts work to restore your quality of life.

Foot & Ankle Conditions We Treat

No matter your condition, we can help. Our doctors care for common foot and toe problems, along with more complicated diagnoses. Learn more about our foot and ankle treatments.

We offer care for:

  • Foot and ankle deformities
    • Bunions
    • Hammer toes
  • Foot and ankle disorders
    • Arthritis, including hallux rigidus (arthritis in the joint at the base of the big toe) and arthritis of the midfoot and hindfoot
    • Charcot-Marie-Tooth/hereditary neuropathy
    • Charcot arthropathy, a complication of diabetes
    • Chronic pain of the feet and ankles
    • Nerve conditions, including Morton's neuroma, a painful condition caused by a thickening of tissue between the toes
    • MTP synovitis (inflammation of the toes)
    • Bone tumors (Orthopaedic Oncology Program)
  • Foot and ankle injuries
    • Achilles tendon injuries
    • Athletic and dance injuries, including sprained ankles and chronic ankle laxity
    • Correction of failed surgeries
    • Foot and ankle infections
    • Fractures

Our Approach to Foot & Ankle Care

When you come to Cedars-Sinai, you first meet with one of our registered nurses. Our nurses have the skills and training to fully understand your needs. They have also achieved Magnet Recognition® from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). In Magnet hospitals, people experience more one-on-one time with nurses, faster recoveries and higher patient satisfaction.

Our program also features:

Nationally recognized experts: Our doctors are leaders in foot and ankle care. Some have even led the world’s premier foot and ankle care organizations and speak at international meetings. Their experience and expertise lead to better outcomes for our patients—even in high-risk procedures. 

Research and clinical trials: Our foot and ankle specialists have been involved in more than 100 research trials. Our patients often benefit from these new findings, treatments and protocols before they’re available elsewhere. 

Experienced team: Our foot and ankle surgeons perform more than 750 foot and ankle surgeries each year. Studies suggest that patients who go to hospitals that do many procedures experience better outcomes and satisfaction.

High levels of patient satisfaction: We track patient-reported outcomes, including pain, function and health-related quality of life, through our Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS®). This innovative program helps doctors better care for patients during the surgical process and leads to high levels of patient satisfaction.

Get Help or Make an Appointment

To learn more or make an appointment, call or send a message to the Foot & Ankle team.

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