Immobilize Severe Sprains
If damage or pain is severe, your Podiatrist may tape, splint, or cast the sprain. Once immobilized, the torn tissues can rest and heal in the proper position. You may need to use crutches temporarily if your foot cannot support the weight.
If Surgery Is Needed
In some cases, an ankle sprain may completely tear a ligament or pull it away from the bone. This type of injury may require surgery. After surgery, your foot will be placed in a cast to ensure proper healing.
Dr. Ahmadi offers the most advanced state of the art techniques for pain-free surgical and non-surgical treatment of any foot and ankle pathology. His goal for each patient is painless and pleasing results with early return to activity.
Dr. Ahmadi offers services in a wide variety of foot and ankle deformities and pathology such as:
Bunions & Hammer toes
Revisions of Surgeries
Adult & Pediatric Flatfoot
Sprains & Dislocations