We offer a wide variety of services aimed at diagnosing and treating conditions of the foot, ankles and lower extremities. No matter how serious your ailment, experts at Orthofoot MD can help find a course of treatment personalized just for you.
- Hip arthritis
- Trochanteric bursitis
- Femoroacetabular impingement syndrome
For hip replacement surgery, do refer to our list of surgery treatments. Dr Gowreeson will assess your condition and recommend it the surgery is required.
- Meniscal tears
- Patella tendinitis
- Patella instability
- Knee osteoarthritis
- Anterior Cruciate & Collateral ligament injuries
- Cartilage injuries in the knee
For knee replacement surgery, do refer to our surgery expertise page. Prior to the confirmation of the surgery, Dr Gowreeson will perform a thorough assessment of any injury to your knee and determine if an implant is needed.
Foot & Ankle conditions
- Flatfoot syndrome
- Achilles tendinitis and Achilles ruptures
- Cartilage injuries of the ankle
- Peroneal tendinosis and subluxation
- Ligament injuries of the ankle
- Bunion & lesser toe deformities
- Arthritis of the ankle, big toe and the midfoot
For sprained ankle or fractured ankle conditions, do consult Dr Gowreeson who will make a thorough assessment of your ankle and ensure the best long term outcome for your health.
Trauma & Fractures
- Wrist fractures
- Hip and femur fractures
- Knee and tibial plateau fractures
- Foot & Ankle fractures and Sesamoiditis
For shoulder injuries and rotator cuff injuries, do consult Dr Gowreeson to understand the exact source of the pain – tendinitis, bursitis, impingement or rotator cuff tear.
Sports Injuries & Regenerative Medicine
- Tendinitis and Tendon tears
- Cartilage defects and bone cysts
- Stress fractures
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Osteoporotic fractures and bone density assessments
- Running injuries
- Female athletes triad
A serious injury commonly associated with sports is that your Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL). In cases where your ACL tears, a ACL reconstruction surgery may be required.