Podiatrists in Hopewell, Virginia

Podiatrists at John Randolph Medical Center understand that living with foot and ankle pain can be difficult. Our orthopedic care specialists evaluate your muscles, tendons, nerves, blood vessels, bones, joints and ligaments to provide you with an accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment.

To learn more about our foot and ankle treatment, please call (804) 320-3627.

Your treatment plan is designed to help you get back on your feet as quickly, safely and as pain-free as possible. We will diligently work with you to ensure that your needs are met and the condition is corrected.

Foot and ankle conditions we treat

We offer care for a variety of disorders of the foot and ankle, including:

  • Achilles tendon disorders—Including tendinitis and ruptures
  • Ankle sprains—Tears in the ligaments
  • Arthritis—Including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
  • Bunions—Bump on the side of the foot at the big toe
  • Deformations—Including flat feet or high arches
  • Fractures—Of the heel, ankle and talus
  • Ganglion cysts—Fluid-filled bump on the joints or tendons in the ankle or foot
  • Hammer toes—Bent second, third or fourth toes
  • Heel spurs—Calcium deposits on the underside of the heel bone
  • Ligament injuries—Including sprains and complete tears
  • Morton’s neuroma—Pinched or thickened nerve at the ball of the foot
  • Nail bed injuries—Caused by blunt force trauma
  • Plantar fasciitis—Heel pain caused by inflammation
  • Stress fractures in the foot and ankle—Tiny bone cracks caused by repeated impacts
  • Tarsal tunnel syndrome—Causing compressed tibial nerve
  • Tendonitis—Inflammation caused by repetitive strain, as in tibial tendinitis

Advanced treatment options

John Randolph Medical Center’s foot and ankle specialists use the most conservative approaches possible to help you live pain-free. Our treatment options include both surgical and nonsurgical options, and your care is created specifically for you.

Nonsurgical treatments for foot and ankle conditions

  • Physical therapy and rehabilitationImprove function and strength with physical and occupational therapists experienced in rehabilitating foot and ankle conditions
  • Bracing, orthotics and other devices—Stabilize and support the ankle and foot and reduce pain
  • Injected medicines—Reduce pain and swelling using corticosteroids and anti-inflammatory medicines

Foot and ankle surgeries

  • Arthroscopy (ankle joint)—Involves inserting a tube with tiny light and camera into the joint so surgeons can diagnose and repair ligaments, bones, cartilage or tendons
  • Bunionectomy—Bunion removal
  • Fusion surgery—Attach two bones, such as ankle fusion or transfibular, midfoot and subtalar fusion, to improve stability
  • Ligament and tendon repair and reconstruction—Repair sprains and strains in the ankle and foot
  • Open reduction and fixation—Realign a broken bone and hold it in place using internal fixtures, such as rods or wires