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Ankle Care

Ankle Pain Treatment in Southeast Wisconsin

The ankle specialists at Midwest Orthopedic Specialty Hospital have expertise in both non-surgical and surgical ankle treatments for a wide array of conditions. Our approach to ankle pain focuses on individualized care to improve your outcome for the long term. We also integrate cutting-edge ankle pain diagnostics, surgical and non-surgical treatments, and physical therapy as needed - all at facilities conveniently located throughout Milwaukee and Southeast Wisconsin.

As with many other parts of the body, chronic or acute ankle pain is usually caused by injury, wear and tear, bone disease or congenital flaws. Environmental factors, such as shoes without proper support, high-heels or running and walking on uneven ground can all be problematic.

Ankle pain and injuries are very common because this area of the lower leg and foot bears the brunt of your body’s weight. When you take a misstep or come down on your ankle the wrong way, you’re exerting incredible force - which could result in a severe sprain. Even day-to-day walking and running can cause swelling and a lot of wear and tear.

So, whenever you’re experiencing ankle pain, it’s a good idea to seek advice from an orthopedic specialists to help prevent long-term complications.

Ankle Conditions We Treat

Comprehensive Ankle Pain Treatment

No two cases of ankle pain are alike, so we don't treat the ankle in isolation but rather in how it interacts with the foot, leg and knee. Our expert orthopedic ankle specialists will make personalized treatment recommendations that may include:

Conservative Treatments

Non-surgical ankle injury treatments we offer include:

Surgical Treatments

We rely on minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery techniques whenever possible to minimize pain and speed your recovery. Depending on your procedure and necessary recovery time, you may have same-day (or outpatient) surgery or you may need to be admitted to the hospital for a few days (inpatient). Surgical options include:

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