Foot and Ankle Surgery

Foot and ankle problems are common.  Your feet and ankles take a lot of impact from standing, walking, jumping and standing on tip toes. They are a complicated area made up of 26 bones and more than 33 joints. The muscles in your lower leg are attached to the bones in your feet by tendons and they move your toes and the position of your foot as it hits the ground when you move.

In addition to wear and tear, injury and ill-fitting shoes can also cause problems in your feet and ankles. Pain in the feet and ankles can be particularly challenging. Even the smallest movement can cause distress and everyone needs to be able to get around to assume their daily activities.

Here at Ashtead Hospital, many of our highly experienced consultant orthopaedic surgeons have a special interest in foot and ankle surgery. They aim to rapidly diagnose your foot and ankle problem and offer advice on your best treatment options.

The range of foot and ankle surgeries we offer

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Problems of the Small Toes

Surgery for problems of the small toes aims to correct the deformity and prevent it from interfering with your daily activities if simple measures haven’t been successful.

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Carpal Tunnel

Carpal tunnel is nerve compression in the wrist causing pain and numbness. Explore carpal tunnel surgery, a procedure relieving pressure on the median nerve in the wrist to improve hand function and reduced discomfort.

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Day Case Joint Surgery

Ramsay day-case surgery includes minimally invasive joint replacement procedures that allow you to return home the same day and are performed to help relieve your joint pain and enable you to live a fuller and more active life. Expert Ramsay healthcare teams will fully support you before, during and after your day case joint surgery and throughout your rehabilitation.

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Dupuytrens Fasciectomy

Dupuytrens Fasciectomy is surgery to remove thickened, scar-like tissue from under the skin of the fingers and palm of the hand, responsible for causing Dupuytren’s contracture. The goal is to release the tight bands of tissue, allowing the affected fingers to regain their normal range of motion.

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Partial Knee Replacement

A partial knee replacement, also known as unicompartmental knee replacement, is surgery that replaces only one damaged compartment in your knee with implants.

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Foot and Ankle Disorders

Foot and ankle disorders encompass a wide range of conditions affecting the intricate structures supporting mobility and balance. Our comprehensive approach from diagnosis to treatment addresses the unique needs of each patient.

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