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Patients seeking a Boston foot doctor will find cutting-edge, comprehensive care at the Brigham and Women's Hospital Orthopaedic and Arthritis Center, where leading physicians specialize in foot and ankle disorders. Here patients may consult a Boston foot doctor for diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of the entire spectrum of foot and ankle disorders. Our orthopaedic surgeons and podiatrists understand how important foot and ankle care is to a patient's overall health, and work closely with a patient's primary care doctor and other physicians to find the most appropriate treatment options.
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Patients may consult a foot doctor or sports medicine physician at BWH about a wide variety of foot and ankle conditions. Our areas of specialty include:
- Foot injuries, including sprained ankles and foot fractures.
- Diabetic and arthritic foot care.
- Work-related foot injuries.
- Dermatological conditions that include foot infections, ingrown toenails, nail deformities, calluses, ulcerations, fungus nails, and athlete's foot.
- Sports medicine including orthotics, cuts, blisters, surgery, and pronation which may present as arch pain, shin splints and hammertoes.
- Qualified second opinions about the surgical procedures.
A BWH foot doctor may perform surgery in the office on warts and ingrown toenails. Outpatient surgery for bunions, hammertoes and neuromas is performed at our Boston-area hospital campus.
Request an appointment with a Boston foot doctor
Our team delivers compassionate care with the expertise, innovation and commitment you would expect from a hospital that has consistently been ranked as one of the nation's best by U.S. News & World Report®. Our foot and ankle doctors see patients on an appointment basis. To make an appointment call 1-800-BWH-9999.Learn more about Boston foot doctors and other Orthopaedic Specialists at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. »
This page was last modified on 9/16/2016