Foot & Ankle Doctor in Northern Mississippi
Our foot and ankle specialists bring together a team of dedicated and highly trained physicians and support staff to diagnose and treat all conditions of the foot and ankle.
Our team provides specialized care for foot and ankle conditions that arise from (though are not limited to):
- Work related injuries
- Sports related injuries
- Congenital defects
- Progressing diseases
Common Conditions of the Foot and Ankle
Ligament Sprains and Tears
Ankle and Foot Trauma
Problems of The Achilles’ Tendon
Bunions and Bunionettes
Courses of Treatment We Typically Recommend
By seeking treatment early on when your symptoms appear, the specialists located at our state-of-art the facilities, are able to provide patients with quality care for a wide variety of foot and ankle conditions.
Our office staff utilizes many modern advancements in microscopic and endoscopic surgical procedures to ensure that the diagnostic and treatment processes are completed in the most efficient and effective ways possible. Many of the conditions diagnosed at Oxford Ortho & Sports Medicine can be treated using one of the following treatment methods
An arthroscopic procedure is beneficial to both diagnosing as well as treating conditions of the foot or ankle.
Arthroscopic surgery involves making a very small incision, where a probe equipped with a medical grade camera is then placed and guided to give us a clear view at the internal structures of the foot. Your physician may recommend an arthroscopy of the foot or ankle if you suffer from one of the following conditions:
- Bone spurs
- Talar dome lesions
- Loose bodies
For injuries involving a partial or complete ligament tear in the foot, our specialists will often recommend a minimally invasive surgery to reconnect the ligament. Ligament repair is most often used to address:
- Ankle sprains
- Fixation of navicular
- Metatarsal fractures (Jones fracture)
- Severe turf toe and sesamoid injuries
If you have suffered an injury or are working with a condition regarding your feet and/or ankles, contact Oxford Ortho today to get a diagnosis and treatment program in place for you.