Ankle & Foot Clinic of Everett

3131 Nassau St Suite 101 Everett, WA 98201
(425) 339-8888
Fax (425) 258-6933

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  • Want To Start Running Again?
    Ready to start running again? Beginning gradually is the key to prevent injury. Below is a guide designed to help you begin running again safely.  Return to Running Program First, start with a Read more
  • Did You Rupture Your Achilles Tendon?
    The Achilles tendon is prone to injury because the center of the tendon has poor circulation. For patients who are young and active in sports, or have demanding occupations that Read more
  • Fallen Arch
    A fallen arch (also known as Adult Acquired Flatfoot or posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD)), is a progressive condition that involves weakening of a tendon and ligaments that support the inside Read more
  • Broken Ankle
    Accidents happen. Maybe you missed the last step coming down stairs or fell playing basketball. Now you are looking at X-ray’s of a broken ankle at an urgent care facility. Read more
  • A Dancer's Fracture
    A dancer’s fracture is a fracture in the shaft of the fifth metatarsal bone. Like the name implies this fracture is common in dancers but can occur during any inversion Read more
  • Yoga
    Yoga is a great for your mind, body and soul! We recommend yoga practice to a lot of our patients, especially those with tight calves, tendinitis, or plantar fasciitis.   Read more
  • Always "rolling" Your Ankle?
    Do you often “roll” or twist your ankle when walking on an uneven sidewalk or a hiking trail? This is a condition called lateral ankle instability. When you sprain your Read more
  • Hoka Hiker
    Hoke One One now has a hiking shoe! The stiff soled, rocker bottom is now combined with a high top for added ankle support. This shoe would be ideal for Read more
  • What's a bunion?
    A bunion is not actually a growth of bone like the name suggests, but is a sideways buckling of the big toe joint. The first metatarsal which is the bone Read more
  • Is My Child's Foot Normal?
    This is a common question many parents ask. There are many common foot conditions children are born with: Flat foot (pes planus) is the most common foot condition.  This is easily seen Read more
  • Heel Pain Low dye taping sports medicine arch pain
    Low dye taping is a good taping technique for anyone with arch or heel pain including conditions like plantar fasciitis or posterior tibial tendinitis. Low dye taping can provide you Read more
  • How's Your Parabola?
    Is your second toe longer than your big toe? Is the crease between your big toe and second toe deeper than the crease between your second and third toes? These Read more
  • Splint too tight?
    Swelling after foot or ankle surgery can make your splint feel too tight which can be a common source of pain. Watch our video to see Dr. Bowlby demonstrate how Read more
  • Contrast Baths
    Contrast baths are an inexpensive, natural, and powerful way to reduce swelling and inflammation.  Using both warm water to open up blood vessels and cold water to constrict blood vessels Read more
  • What's a Hoka and why we love it?
    Hoka One One is a brand of athletic shoes marketed for runners but is also an excellent choice for many of our patients, especially those with ball of the foot pain, hallux rigidus, and midfoot or ankle Read more
  • Simple Ankle Sprains...NOT So Simple !
    Ankle sprains are the #1 sports injury. Despite what most people  believe, ankle sprains are a real injury and range in severity depending on the grade.   Grade I injury-stretching of the ankle ligaments Grade II Read more
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Monday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Thursday:

By appointment

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed