The change of seasons isn’t just a breath of fresh air – it’s also an opportunity to get on your feet and get active. Whether your goal this spring is to climb stairs, get back on …
The change of seasons isn’t just a breath of fresh air – it’s also an opportunity to get on your feet and get active. Whether your goal this spring is to climb stairs, get back on the golf course, or go for a stroll on the beach, Ortho Rhode Island’s foot and ankle care is here to help you overcome painful conditions, restore your mobility, and return to the activities you love.
Our team of foot and ankle experts offers innovative orthopedic and podiatric care for diagnosing, treating, and preventing acute and chronic conditions affecting the feet and ankles. Some common conditions include arthritis, plantar fasciitis, deformities, diabetic foot, Achilles tendon injuries, and sprains, strains, and fractures of the foot and ankle.
Ortho Rhode Island’s state-of-the-art treatment offers non-surgical options like physical therapy, immobilization, prescription custom orthotics, and biologic therapies like platelet-rich plasma with Ortho RI Biologics. If a surgical approach is the right course of treatment for you, our highly trained surgeons provide operative care like minimally invasive bunion surgery, minimally invasive flatfoot reconstruction, total ankle replacement, minimally invasive surgery, and nano-operative arthroscopy.
The foot and ankle physicians at Ortho Rhode Island also work closely with our physical therapy providers, coordinating care to provide a seamless experience
centered on an individualized care plan that’s tailored to your condition, symptoms, and goals. By delivering this end-to-end care under one roof and using the latest in orthopedic technology, we ensure you receive the highest quality care from diagnosis through rehabilitation.
Learn how you can take the first step this spring in overcoming your foot or ankle pain by scheduling an appointment with Ortho Rhode Island at 401.777.7000, or visiting orthopedicsri.com/foot-ankle.
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