Our team provides cares for orthopedic trauma, and diagnosis and treatment for injuries to the foot and ankle.
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Sometimes the unexpected happens and you may find a loved one or yourself in need of emergency care. Our orthopedic trauma surgeons - Jason Roberts, MD, and Tyler Snoap, MD - work closely with providers in emergency medicine and general surgery to provide the coordinated treatment of acute injury impacting the musculoskeletal system. They also team with physical and occupational therapists after surgery.
If you have a complex foot and ankle condition, such as a damaged or diseased ankle joint, you'll be connected to a team led by Robert Gorman III, MD, who has specialized training in treating these conditions.
Orthopedic Trauma Conditions We Treat
- Complex periarticular fractures:
- Proximal humerus (shoulder)
- Scapula (shoulder)
- Distal humerus/elbow
- Pelvis and acetabulum
- Distal femur (knee)
- Proximal tibia/plateau (knee)
- Distal tibia/pilon (ankle)
- Talus and calcaneus (ankle/foot)
- Lisfranc/midfoot (foot)
- Nonunion and malunion
Foot and Ankle Conditions We Treat
- Injuries, trauma, fractures and conditions of the foot and ankle
- Total ankle replacement
- Arthritis/joint disease
- Achilles tendon rupture
- Ankle sprain/instability
- Bunion and other deformities
- Ligament injury
We offer convenient diagnostic testing. Tests may include MRI, CT and bone-density scanning, X-ray or ultrasound.