We provide professional support in Foot and ankle surgery.
This region has been the region where treatment approaches have changed the most
recently. Although foot and ankle problems increase especially in
people who stand too much, they are problems with solutions.
The complaint, which is seen especially in women and manifests itself with a bone
protrusion on the edge of the thumb, is progressive and painful. In
advanced cases, it can be treated with a simple surgical
procedure. Standing up in a short time can be achieved with special
orthoses after the operation.
Again, in another condition characterized by arthritis in the same
area , cleaning and shaving operations may be required to relieve the
pain. In very advanced cases, freezing of the joint or operations with
devices called prostheses can also yield satisfactory results.
Although there are many causes of pain in the sole of the foot, the most common one
is epin calcanei, also known as heel spurs . Although it
can be treated with very simple treatment methods, very successful results can
be obtained with sound waves called ESWT in rare cases.
Since the ankle is a weight-bearing joint, its disorders are very
common. Fractures and ligament damage are the most common
after sprains and falls . Treatment of fractures in this area is very
important. Because, after improper treatments, calcification can be seen
that can cause serious problems in the future. Early diagnosis of ligament
injuries in this area is particularly important.
Early diagnosis and treatment provide successful results.
With the recent advances in technology and arthroscopy , cartilage damage
in this area and pain in the heel can provide successful results with closed surgical
methods. Early stage calcification can also be treated with Arthroscopic
cleaning methods without the need for advanced stage operations such as
prosthesis. The success of arthroscopy in this region has reached levels
that cannot be underestimated.
The discomfort called Haglund Deformity, which caused chronic pain in the back of
the ankle and caused serious restrictions in daily activities, was resolved
with open operations until recently, and can now be treated with arthroscopic