Foot & Ankle
Whether you are suffering from debilitating foot pain or simply looking for help treating sports injuries, the orthopaedic specialist you choose can have a significant impact on the success of your treatment as well as recovery time. The good news is that the highly skilled specialists of Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance are here to help. We understand the importance of providing comprehensive care to you, our valued patients, so you can get the foot and ankle pain relief you deserve as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our extensive experience in resolving foot and ankle pain and discomfort is the result of years spent diagnosing and treating simple and complex disorders.
Our unwavering dedication to helping our patients experience an improved quality of life is what motivates us to utilize modern technology and innovative treatment strategies. Some of these techniques include minimally invasive procedures, arthroscopic surgery, and total ankle replacement. When you visit TOA, you can rest assured knowing that we have the skills and experience necessary to provide treatment for the following conditions:
- Instability of foot and ankle joints
- Heel pain
- Post traumatic arthritis
- Flat feet
- Achilles ruptures
- Tendon disorders
- Traumatic and sports injuries
- Foot and ankle deformities
- Ankle arthritis
- Fractures of the lower extremity
At TOA, we are proud to provide our patients with the benefits of working with a team of highly skilled orthopaedic specialists and foot and ankle care physicians:
- W. Chase Corn, M.D.*
- Jeffrey L. Herring, M.D.*
- Bryan W. Lapinski, M.D.*
- Daniel L. Phillips, M.D.
- Robert L. Thompson, M.D.*
- James R. Yu, M.D.*
We understand the importance of providing comprehensive orthopaedic foot and ankle care to our valued patients, and we know how debilitating ongoing pain and discomfort can be. That is why Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance is committed to providing personalized service to each patient we treat. If you or a loved one are suffering with pain or discomfort in joints, ankles, or feet, you have come to the right place.