Mar 26, 2019


Background & Etiology Gout is a form of arthritis characterized by painful crystals forming inside of joints. This most commonly occurs in the first metatarsophalangeal (big toe) joint but can also occur in the finger, knee, ankle, or wrist. Crystals... Read more about Gout »

Dec 26, 2009

Ankle Arthritis

When nonoperative treatments for ankle arthritis fail, the surgical option of ankle arthrodesis (fusion) may be recommendable. The surgery eliminates the painful joint and locks it in place, affecting the up and down movement of the foot, eliminating about 75%... Read more about Ankle Arthritis »