If you have a foot, ankle, or heel condition — like chronic pain, swell ing, or injury — the UPMC Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Center covers your every need.
From initial diagnosis to treatment and outpatient therapy, we're here to help you get back on your feet as quickly as possible.
UPMC’s vast network of resources and support services allows our orthopaedic surgeons to provide you with comprehensive foot and ankle care.
Our multidisciplinary approach sets us apart from many other practices.
From the moment you walk through our door, you experience comprehensive care not just limited to the foot and ankle.
We take into account every aspect of your health, working with an incredible team of:
Because our Orthopaedic Surgery Department at the University of Pittsburgh receives a high level of funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and other sources, our orthopaedic research and clinical studies are constantly uncovering new and less-invasive treatments in areas such as:
Whether your symptoms are chronic foot pain, ankle pain, heel pain, swelling, or limited movement, our foot and ankle experts offer comprehensive treatment options to help you find relief.
At the UPMC Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Center, we treat such conditions as:
At the UPMC Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Center, our goal is to get you back on your feet, pain-free, as quickly as possible.
With advanced imaging and diagnostic tools, as well as a wide range of treatment options, we can help you find relief and keep you moving on with your life.
Our foot and ankle surgeons use state-of-the-art technology to diagnose and treat all kinds of foot, ankle, and heel conditions.
Digitized x-ray systems let us see everything in real time, so you won’t be waiting for results.
Imaging technologies and other diagnostic tools include:
We never take shortcuts when it comes to choosing the right treatment. Whenever we can, we use minimally invasive techniques.
To make sure you can enjoy the most active lifestyle possible, we offer a broad span of treatment options, including:
We establish a team of experts to meet each patient's specific needs. Your treatment team may include:
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