Sterling Office
46440 Benedict Dr
Suite 111
Sterling, VA 20164

Foot Fracture

Our team of podiatric specialists and staff strive to improve the overall health of our patients by focusing on preventing, diagnosing and treating conditions associated with your feet. Please use our podiatric library to learn more about podiatric problems and treatments available. If you have questions or need to schedule an appointment, please feel free to contact us.

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Step Away from Foot Pain (2 pages)

Bunion Deformities and Treatment (4 pages)

Plantar Fascitis - Heel Pain (2 pages)

Heel Spurs (2 pages)

Plantar Fascitis: Treatment Program (2 pages)

Shin Splints (2 pages)

Posterior Tibial Tendonitis (2 pages)

Achilles Tendon Injuries (3 pages)

Morton's Neuroma (3 pages)

Ingrown Toenailes (2 pages)

Stiff Arthritic Big Toe (2 pages)

Ankle Sprain (3 pages)

Calcaneal Apophysitis - Children's Heel Pain (2 pages)

Haglunds Deformity - Pump Bump (1 page)

Subluxed Cuboid Syndrome (1 page)

Tailor's Bunionette (1 page)

Seismoiditis (2 pages)

Hyperpronation and Foot Pain (10 pages)


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There are 26 bones in the foot. These bones support our weight and allow us to walk and run. Certain activities or injuries can cause a fracture, or “break,” in one or more of these bones. Pain, swelling, redness, and even bruising are signs of a possible fracture. Fractures of the foot can be diagnosed by x-rays or other studies. A foot and ankle surgeon can determine the best treatment course. Often rest, icing, and immobilization are the treatments; however surgery is sometimes necessary to repair the fracture.

Additional Information:
LisFranc Injury
Fracture Fifth Metatarsal
Fracture of the Calcaneus