When to Refer
Partners in Care
Foot and ankle surgeons are committed to providing the best possible care for your patients. They regularly collaborate with other healthcare providers in both inpatient and outpatient settings as a part of a multidisciplinary patient care team. When your patients need a skilled specialist, refer them to an ACFAS foot and ankle surgeon for:
- Comprehensive care – from routine, conservative management of a chronic condition to more complex surgical procedures – foot and ankle surgeons are the specialists to consult first.
- The latest foot and ankle surgical procedures – including ankle reconstruction, diabetic limb preservation, ankle joint replacement surgery and more.
- Early detection of diseases – like diabetes, arthritis and cardiovascular disease that manifest in the foot and ankle.
The Foot and Ankle Experts
Foot and ankle surgeons are qualified to treat a broad range of conditions, including: sports injuries, bunions, ankle sprains, ankle instability, ankle and foot fractures, arch pain, calluses, hammertoe, ingrown toenails, tendinosis, Charcot foot, gout, neuroma, arthritis, ulcers, Achilles tendon disorders, flatfoot, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, ankle joint replacement and more.
For more information on when to refer to an ACFAS foot and ankle surgeon, download this referral guide.
For more information on when to refer diabetes patients to an ACFAS foot and ankle surgeon, download this referral guide.
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