Plantar Fascia Release | Heel Pain Treatment


Plantar Fascia Release Surgeon Are you experiencing heel pain that is severe enough to affect sports participation and even walking? If so, you may have a foot condition called plantar fasciitis.  Plantar fasciitis is often treated without surgery, however severe cases may need surgical treatment called plantar fascia release. Plantar fascia release [...]

Plantar Fascia Release | Heel Pain Treatment2023-08-15T11:39:54-06:00

Ankle Arthroscopy


Ankle Arthroscopy Surgeon Ankle arthroscopy can be an effective minimally-invasive procedure for a number of different ankle conditions including ligament tears, instability and some tendon tears. If you are experiencing ankle or foot pain, ankle arthroscopy surgeon, Doctor C. Thomas Haytmanek has diagnosed and treated many patients in Vail, Colorado, and surrounding [...]

Ankle Arthroscopy2023-08-14T14:57:18-06:00

Neuroma Surgery


Neuroma Surgeon Are you experiencing numbness or tingling in your toes and/or feet? Do you feel like you are walking with a lump under the ball of your foot?  If so, you might have Morton's Neuroma. A neuroma is a benign (non-cancerous) growth or severe scarring that develops on a nerve. Morton's [...]

Neuroma Surgery2023-08-14T11:09:06-06:00

Hammer Toe Correction


Hammer Toe Correction Surgeon Do you have a toe or toes that are bending involuntarily? Do you have difficulty walking, or pain while wearing shoes?  If so, you may have a hammer toe. Hammer toe is a deformity of the foot in which one or more toes curl downward, resembling a hammer [...]

Hammer Toe Correction2023-08-14T11:08:26-06:00

TightRope™ Fixation for Ankle Stabilization


Ankle Surgeon Are you an athlete who participates in sports that involve jumping, landing or running? If so, you may be at a higher risk of sustaining a syndesmosis injury of the ankle. A new advancement in treating severe ankle sprains and fractures has been developed by Arthrex and is called the [...]

TightRope™ Fixation for Ankle Stabilization2023-01-17T13:53:11-07:00

Osteochondral Injuries | Ankle OCD


Osteochondral Injuries Specialist Adolescents and young adults can be prone to a specific type of ankle injury which can lead to ankle can lead to an osteochondral lesion, sometimes called osteochondritis dissecans (OCD). These types of injuries involve the bone and the cartilage of the ankle and are characterized by small pieces [...]

Osteochondral Injuries | Ankle OCD2021-07-12T16:20:12-06:00

Calcaneal Fractures | Broken Heel


Broken Heel Specialist Are you an athlete who participates in skiing, snowboarding, or other high-energy sports? If so, you may be at an increased risk of sustaining a calcaneal fracture. Also called a broken or fractured heel, calcaneal fractures can cause constant, consistant pain, swelling and the inability to walk. Foot and [...]

Calcaneal Fractures | Broken Heel2021-07-12T11:29:02-06:00

Subtalar Dislocation


Subtalar Dislocation Specialist Do you participate in sports such as snowboarding, skiing or are you active in rock climbing? If so, you may be at risk of a subtalar dislocation. Subtalar dislocations can cause pain, deformity and swelling in the ankle. Foot and ankle specialist, Doctor Thomas Haytmanek has diagnosed and treated [...]

Subtalar Dislocation2021-07-08T10:44:16-06:00

Talar Neck Fracture


Talar Neck Fracture Specialist Do you participate in high impact sports or activities? If so, you may be at an increased risk of experiencing a talar neck fracture. The talus is the primary ankle bone and is irregularly shaped, with a head, body, and neck. Fractures to the neck portion of the [...]

Talar Neck Fracture2021-06-16T12:23:42-06:00

Tibial Pilon Fracture


Complex Ankle Specialist Have you experienced a recent injury to the ankle from a fall, twist, or other high impact accident? If so, you may have experienced a tibial pilon fracture. A tibial pilon fracture is a breakage to the bottom portion of the tibia, or the shinbone. These injuries are often [...]

Tibial Pilon Fracture2021-04-12T09:24:07-06:00
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