Do you need to see a physician who can treat your foot pain or ankle pain? Stop by OrthoCarolina’s Foot & Ankle Institute in Charlotte, NC. Our Charlotte fellowship-trained physicians are among the nation’s leading experts in the treatment of ankle and foot problems. From simple hammertoes to more complex arthritic ankles, you can rely on the foot specialists at OrthoCarolina to give you the orthopedic care you need.
Treating a Variety of Foot & Ankle Conditions
By using the best technology and techniques available, our Charlotte physicians streamline the patient experience by utilizing pedCAT® 3D Imaging, an imaging system that offers unprecedented diagnostic information not seen in regular x-rays. This low-dose radiation option quickly acquires 3D data, allowing our physicians to start your treatment planning in minutes.
At OrthoCarolina’s Foot & Ankle Institute, we can treat a variety of ankle and foot problems in Charlotte:
- Achilles problems
- Ankle pain
- Athletic injuries
- Claw toes
- Fractures and sprains
- Painful flat feet
- Ulcers due to insensate and diabetic foot problems
- And more
When you visit OrthoCarolina’s Foot & Ankle Institute, your Charlotte physician will discuss your foot or ankle condition with you and develop a unique, comprehensive treatment plan that meets your specific needs. We will determine if surgery is necessary and, if so, discuss the procedure with you while answering any questions you may have.
Contact OrthoCarolina’s Foot & Ankle Institute Today in Charlotte
Are you ready to start receiving premier orthopedic care for your foot or ankle problems in Charlotte? Our physicians can diagnose your condition, treat you and get you back to living a pain-free life. Contact us today at (704) 323-3668 to set up an appointment - we look forward to working with you!
OrthoCarolina’s Foot & Ankle Institute is proud to serve patients in Charlotte, Matthews, Concord, Huntersville, Mint Hill, Harrisburg, Belmont, and surrounding areas in NC.
Exercise in a warm water pool to reduce joint pain and improve muscle strength and flexibility. We also have an underwater treadmill that allows early motion without interfering with the healing process for leg injuries. Return to walking and running activities much quicker by exercising and walking in a pool.
Athletic trainers and Sports Physical Therapists get you back to your sports and fitness activities quickly. Combining sports knowledge with orthopedic expertise, we have the latest technology, exercise equipment and expertise to return you to your sport safely and quickly.
Our specially trained staff helps injured workers return to their jobs safely and quickly. Using work simulation tasks and objective testing, workers can resume job related tasks under supervision following surgery or injury.
The OrthoCarolina Foot & Ankle Institute offers a prestigious 12-month fellowship featuring a full range of adult foot and ankle teaching opportunities. This includes, but is not limited to, adult reconstruction, arthritis, trauma, diabetes care, dysvascular foot difficulties, sports injuries and foot and ankle rehabilitation issues. We offer the full scope of operative and non-operative approaches to adult and adolescent foot and ankle problems. Professional and amateur athletes alike see care at the prominent OrthoCarolina Foot & Ankle Institute.
The fellowship program requires independent thought and action, includes research and resident teaching opportunities, and is supported by a well-staffed Fellows’ clinic.
The fellowship originated in 1993 and over 40 physicians from around the world have trained in Charlotte. The current faculty includes Drs. Robert Anderson, Bruce Cohen, Hodges Davis, Kent Ellington, and Carroll Jones. Dr. Cohen serves as fellowship director.
Three fellowship positions are available to orthopedic surgeons who have completed an approved orthopedic residency training program. Applications will only be accepted from physicians licensed to practice medicine in the United States who participate in the San Francisco Match (SF Match). Applications must be submitted through the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS).
The pedCAT®, first in-office TRUE 3D weight bearing CT for the foot and ankle, helps optimize treatment planning for our patients. Via this low dose radiation option, the pedCAT® assesses clinical conditions including, but not limited to, fractures, dislocations, arthritic joints, deformity and for quicker diagnosis, evaluation and treatment planning. The patient experience benefits include:
- In-office and on-site compact imaging
- TRUE weight bearing & non-weight bearing 3D imaging for one or both feet
- Capture unprecedented diagnostic information not seen in regular x-rays
- Easy to use visualization software that adds a new dimension to diagnosis and evaluation
- Fast acquisition of 3D data allows you to start your treatment planning in minutes
- If needed, we can confidently plan surgeries with precision and speed