Surgery is usually not required to resolve ankle pain, but it will depend on the type and severity of the condition or injury causing the discomfort. Common ankle problems include everything from arthritis and gout to tendonitis and tarsal tunnel syndrome to sprains and fractures. A correct diagnosis must be established before surgery can be put on, or taken off, the table.
The good news is that most of these conditions often respond well to conservative treatments. Even broken ankles may not require surgery if the joint is stable and the bone is not too far out of place. However, the ultimate determination of whether or not ankle surgery is recommended or required will depend on your doctor’s evaluation and your own needs.
If you’re dealing with stubborn pain in your ankles that won’t subside, give us a call at Family Foot and Ankle Center, Inc. Our experts are highly trained in a wide variety of conditions and injuries. We’ll find out what’s wrong and get you on the road to recovery. Call us at (513) 728-4800 or (859) 282-1572 to schedule an appointment at one of our six Greater Cincinnati offices.