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During standing, walking, and running, the foot and ankle provide support, shock absorption, balance, and several other functions that are essential for motion. Three bones make up the ankle joint, primarily enabling up and down movement. There are 28 bones in the foot, and more than 30 joints that allow for a wide range of movement.

Tough bands of tissue, called ligaments, connect the bones and keep the joints in place. Muscles and tendons also support the joints and provide the strength to make them move.

Foot/Ankle services offered by the IOG

  • Ankle arthroscopy (keyhole surgery)
  • Ankle ligament stabilisation and reconstruction
  • Achilles tendon repair
  • Ankle fracture fixation
  • Minimally invasive ‘keyhole’ bunion correction surgery
  • Ankle fusion
  • Syndesmosis fixation
  • Total ankle replacement
  • Bunion (hallux valgus) correction
  • Cavus foot (high arch) reconstruction
  • Flat foot reconstruction
  • Foot fracture and dislocation fixation
  • Hallux rigidis fusion (usteoarthritis of great toe)
  • Lesser toe corrections
  • Lisfranc injury fixation or fusion
  • Midfoot corrections and fusions
  • Morton’s neuroma surgery
  • Peroneal tendon reconstruction and stabilisation
  • Plantar fascia surgery
  • Haglunds’ lesion and bony spur excision
  • Achilles tendon debridement and reconstruction
  • Triple fusion surgery
  • Subtalar joint fusion
  • Cheilectomy (trimming) of the big toe
  • Toenail surgery
  • Osteoarthritis of the foot and ankle
  • Instability of the ankle (recurrent sprains)
  • Syndesmotic injuries
  • Trauma including fractures, dislocations and tendon lacerations
  • Achilles tendon ruptures
  • Painful bunions
  • Clawed and crooked toes
  • Curly toes
  • Painful joints in the midfoot and forefoot
  • Painful flatfoot (pes planovalgus)
  • Painful high arch (pes cavus)
  • Infected toenails
  • Painful ganglions
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Achilles tendiopathy
  • Haglunds’ Lesions and bony spurs in heel
  • Deformities of the foot and ankle
  • Toe osteoarthritis
  • Joint arthrodesis
  • Ingrown toenail
  • Lesser toe deformities