Corrective Foot and Ankle Surgery
Dr. Ebonie is a trusted with people’s feet worldwide. Her surgical prowess has been recognized internationally by the media, patients and peers for her innovative surgical techniques and compassionate bedside manner. Known for her appearances on the hit TLC TV Series, “My Feet Are killing Me”, she is sought after by patients from around the world for helping in correcting some of the most challenging and complicated foot and ankle conditions.
The two most common goals when performing corrective foot surgery are to reduce pain and restore function.
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Our initial consultation consists of a thorough physical examination and review of your medical history including any diagnostic exams (e.g. x-rays, ultrasounds) that are needed. After a diagnosis is made, Dr. Ebonie will discuss all treatment options available for the condition including conservative non-surgical and surgical options. Dr. Ebonie will always try to exhaust all conservative options before surgery is considered and if surgery is the best option, she will also discuss the risks and benefits of undergoing any surgery.
Below is a list of the most common conditions she treats, but there may be conditions not listed that she can treat as well.
Conditions That Respond Well To Surgery
If you have questions about any of these conditions, Dr. Ebonie can explain the condition and treatment options.
Sprains and Fractures
Surgery is necessary to repair some ankle fractures and other soft tissue related injuries. Dr. Ebonie will choose the procedure most suitable to the particular injury.
Surgery becomes an option for patients whose symptoms persist despite non-surgical treatments. Dr. Ebonie will determine the most suitable surgical approach on a case-by-case basis.
Arthritis & Joint Disease
Surgery may be considered when there is prolonged foot pain and deformity that is unresponsive to alternative forms of treatment.
Dr. Ebonie is a skilled surgeon and has experience correcting birth deformities like club feet through conservative treatments or surgical procedures.
The vast majority of soft tissue tumors of the foot and ankle are benign and are typically removed surgically. Once the tumor has been evaluated, a course of treatment will be recommended.
Bunions are progressive and will not resolve without treatment. After evaluating your bunion, Dr. Ebonie will develop a course of treatment effective for your needs.
Surgery is usually needed when the hammertoe has turned rigid and painful, or when an open sore develops. Usually patients will have other foot deformities corrected simultaneously.
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