Services at the Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Center

The UPMC Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Center uses a state-of-the-art digitized x-ray system that allows specialist to see x-ray results in real time. Our doctors also use advanced ultrasound and other state-of-the-art tools, including hand-held Doppler units and TCPo2 monitoring.

We treat:

  • Wounds
  • Nail problems
  • Bone fractures in the lower legs
  • Skin ulcers
  • Arthritis: both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
  • Bunions
  • Deformities: both Charcot and Cavovarus
  • Adult club foot
  • Hammertoe –a toe bends upward where it meets the foot, and downward at the joint
  • Claw toes – all toes bend upward where they meet the foot and downward at the joint
  • Flat foot – where the arch is flat and the entire sole touches the ground
  • Tendonopathy – disease or dysfunction of the tendon
  • Osteochondritis dessecans of the talus – an ankle condition resulting from loose cartilage
  • Plantar fasciitis – an inflammation of muscle-protecting tissues in the side of the foot

We correct:

  • Length inequality in the lower legs
  • Nonunion – the failure of a broken bone to heal
  • Malunion – a crooked limb resulting from faulty healing of a broken bone

Contact Us

Roesch-Taylor Medical Building
Suite 7100 North
2100 Jane St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

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