Foot and Ankle
Is your foot or ankle giving you trouble? Whether it’s a general ache or you’re an athlete in need of treatment after an ankle injury on the field or court, the OrthoAtlanta team can provide you the perfect orthopedic ankle specialist. Not every foot and knee doctor can match the OrthoAtlanta standards of excellence. We do our best to provide a range of treatment procedures, always opting first for minimally invasive or therapeutic treatments over more in-depth surgery. If you’re in need of the perfect orthopedic specialist for your foot, knee, or ankle injuries, OrthoAtlanta is here for you.
The average person takes approximately 10,000 steps per day and walks about 115,000 miles over the course of a lifetime. But with 26 bones and 33 joints in the human foot, disorders of the foot or ankle can have an immediate impact on your mobility and daily activities.
OrthoAtlanta physicians specializing in foot and ankle care provide comprehensive surgical and non-surgical medical care for a wide spectrum of disorders and injuries of the foot, ankle and lower leg. Using the latest techniques and treatment methods, our orthopedic surgeons, physiatrists and physical therapists provide a comprehensive solution to injury or disorder of the foot, ankle or lower leg.
We can assist patients with the following injuries and conditions: foot and ankle fractures, an Achilles tendon, ankle arthritis, plantar fasciitis, diabetic foot, and more. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help treat your specific condition.
Learn about common conditions of foot and ankle and various treatment options for foot and ankle injury and disorders. Looking specifically for a pediatric orthopedic foot specialist? We can help you with that!
Common Conditions & Treatments
Learn about common medical conditions of the foot and ankle, including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. OrthoAtlanta physicians evaluate both non-surgical and surgical treatment options in treating injury and illnesses affecting the foot and ankle.View Video Library
OrthoAtlanta physicians near you who commonly treat foot and
ankle disorders and injury.
Learn all you need to know about high heels and foot pain.
Read some important foot care guidelines for diabetics.
Read about natural changes that occur as feet age.
Exercise is great for burning calories, but can be painful for your feet and ankle joints. OrthoAtlanta gives you tips on exercise equipment that can protect your feet and ankles.
The professionals at OrthoAtlanta want you to treat your feet well, so learn how to step in the right direction with the best and worst shoes for arthritis pain.
Do you suspect your toe is broken? OrthoAtlanta describes symptoms as well as treatments a foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon in Atlanta may recommend. Read more here.
If you’ve tried everything to ease your ankle pain, visit a foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon in Atlanta. Their goal is to help you become free of pain.
After a sprained ankle diagnosis, there’s little the doctor can do until your follow-up appointment. How quickly you heal is up to you. Learn how to care for your sprained ankle injury at home and you’ll be back on your feet in no time.
Athletes with stress fractures or musculoskeletal pain should consider vitamin D levels. Read on to learn why researchers recommend keeping an eye on this vitamin.
OrthoAtlanta physician, Sharrona Williams, MD, shares insights into foot and ankle disorders, from common to complex, on the Health Files with Dr. Miles podcast.
Dr. Sharrona Williams is mentioned as orthopedic surgeon who performed a life-changing ankle replacement.
Dr. Sharrona Williams and her patient Kay Patton share insights into the advances and benefits of total ankle replacement on 11Alive today.
Dr. Sharrona Williams Explains How Total Ankle Replacements Are an Innovative Surgical Option for Full Ankle Replacement
Dr. Sharrona Williams explains how total ankle replacements are not new, but an innovative surgical option for full ankle replacement that can help some patients suffering from ankle injury and ankle disorders.