Bone diseases and conditions can cause pain, discomfort, and challenges to daily activities. A condition that affects the bone can affect the entire limb. Your feet and ankles are the foundation of mobility, so treating bone conditions in the lower extremities is important.
Essex Union Podiatry doctors specialize in building bone health and treating bone conditions. Our team can educate you about treatment and prevention options for many different conditions and will help you regain comfort and mobility in the feet and ankles again.
Trust Essex Union Podiatry for customized, compassionate care plans for your whole family.
Calcaneus fractures are painful fractures to the bone in the heel of the foot, often caused by trauma or high impact, like a car accident or a jump or fall from a high surface.
Gout is a complex form of arthritis that can cause sudden, severe pain and swelling of the feet and ankles and is caused by urate crystal accumulation in the joint.
Hallux rigidus is a disorder at the joint of the big toe that can cause pain, stiffness, and limited mobility in the toe that worsens over time.
Tailor’s bunions, or bunionettes, are a protrusion of the fifth metatarsal bone, causing an uncomfortable bunion at the base of the smallest toe.
Tarsal coalitions are genetically inherited abnormalities of the tarsal bones, in which bones are fused, or joints exist where they typically should not.
Vertical talus is a congenital disability from the abnormal formation of the talus bone inside the ankle. Though not painful, it can cause flat feet and other foot deformities if not treated.