- Pain with motion
- Pain that flares up with vigorous activity
- Tenderness when pressure is applied to the joint
- Joint swelling, warmth, and redness
- Increased pain and swelling in the morning, or after sitting or resting
- Difficulty in walking due to any of the above symptoms
The Right Treatment For You:
Ankle & Foot Surgery
Signs You Should See A Foot Doctor:
Ankle Replacement Is Recommended To Patients Who Have:
- Advanced arthritis of the ankle
- Arthritis that has destroyed the joint surfaces
- Ankle pain that interferes with daily activities
NASA Bone & Joint Specialists are Board Certified in general orthopedics and sports medicine — providing the highest quality care.
NASA Bone & Joint Specialists accepts patients of all ages, seeing fractures and youth sports injuries the same day.
NASA Bone & Joint Specialists understands that life gets busy. That’s why we offer a convenient way to make payments and request appointments online.
NASA Bone & Joint Specialists’ Doctors have been providing excellent care for their patients for nearly 30 years.
All of our staff, from surgeons to the front desk staff, are trained and certified to exceed our patient’s needs & expectations.
NASA Bone & Joint Specialists utilizes the latest techniques and technologies to provide exceptional treatment for each and every patient.
Ankle & Foot Doctor Near You
While standing, walking, or running, your foot and ankle provide you the support, shock absorption, balance, and other functions that you need for motion. There are over 100 types of arthritis, many of these affect the foot and ankle. All types can make it difficult to walk and perform activities you enjoy. Ankle arthritis is usually caused by osteoarthritis. This is where the cartilage covering the ends of your bones gradually roughens and becomes thin, and the bone underneath thickens. It can also be caused by damage from other rheumatic conditions, for example, if you have rheumatoid arthritis, or if you’ve had a previous injury to the area. This leads to pain, swelling and occasional deformity of the joint. You may need ankle or foot surgery if your symptoms are severe.