Conditions and treatment
and treatment
for you

Reconstructive forefoot surgery

Hallux valgus (commonly known as a bunion)

Hallux rigidus (stiff and painful big toe)

Osteoarthritis of the big toe joint

Correction of hammer and claw toe deformities

Haglund’s deformity

Plantar fasciitis (commonly referred to as ‘policeman’s heel’)

Reconstructive hindfoot surgery for congenital and acquired deformities

Congenital clubfoot, in particular residual clubfoot surgery for patients of all ages

Neurogenic foot deformities (club foot, hollow foot, flat foot, drop foot and heel gait)

Post-traumatic foot deformities

Degenerative foot deformities (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, etc.)

Diabetic foot, including Charcot foot

Lower extremity interventions for neuro-orthopaedic conditions in children and adults

Neuropathies (HMSN/CMT)

Polio and post-polio syndrome

Following craniocerebral trauma or a stroke

Infantile cerebral palsy
- combined bone/soft tissue multilevel surgical intervention
- contracture elimination
- foot corrections

Spina bifida
- function-enhancing interventions to the knee and foot