The field of foot and ankle medicine has greatly evolved over the years to become a prominent branch within orthopedic care. With the complexity of the human foot structure and its vital role in movement and balance, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of foot and ankle injuries and conditions is of uttermost importance. The foot and ankle department, at apex superspeciality hospital is best and only centre in up which offers comprehensive care for individuals suffering from various ailments related to this intricate part of the body. The foot and ankle department provides a wide range of services, catering to patients with diverse needs, from simple sprains to more complex arthritis or deformities. One of the cornerstones of this specialty is extensive knowledge of the intricate anatomy of the foot and ankle, enabling thorough physical examinations, ordering appropriate diagnostic tests such as X-rays or MRIs, and providing an accurate diagnosis. Such precision is essential to ensure appropriate treatment strategies tailored to the specific needs of the patient. The treatment options offered in the foot and ankle department are numerous, covering both non-surgical and surgical approaches.
These conservative methods are often effective in managing and relieving symptoms, allowing patients to regain functionality and mobility without the need for surgical intervention. In cases where conservative treatments fail to yield the desired results, surgical intervention becomes necessary.
Specialized physical therapists collaborate closely with the surgeons to design individualized rehabilitation programs aimed at optimizing patients’ outcomes. These programs typically include a combination of exercises for strengthening, flexibility, and balance, as well as manual therapy techniques, gait training, and pain management strategies. This comprehensive care model ensures the best chance for patients to regain optimal function and mobility as quickly and safely as possible.
Conditions We Treat
Charcot’s / Diabetic foot
Achilles tendon rupture
Ankle instability / sprain
Hallux Valgus (Bunion)
Osteochondral Lesions of Talus (OLT) – (cartilage defect in ankle)
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