3131 Nassau St Suite 101 Everett, WA 98201
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  • Ankle Fracture
    We are here for you when accidents happen! This patient is recovering well after open reduction with internal fixation for a severe ankle fracture. If you have injured your foot Read more
  • Post Traumatic Osteoarthritis
    Post traumatic osteoarthritis can lead to debilitating pain. This patient fractured their heel bone many years ago. They are recovering well after fusion of their subtalar joint with a bone Read more
  • Severe Ankle Fracture
    Accidents happen! We are here for you when they do! This patient is recovering well after open reduction with internal fixation for a severe ankle fracture. If you have broken Read more
  • Before and After Forefoot Reconstruction
    Some foot conditions tend to occur together over time. Most of the time these are due to structural foot problems which are genetic. For example, this patient had a bunion, Read more
  • Trimalleolar Ankle Fracture
    Trimalleolar ankle fractures, where all three parts of the ankle joint are broken, are some of the most serious injuries that we see. This patient is recovering well after a Read more
  • Lapidus Bunionectomy
    A bunion is a condition where the big toe begins to drift sideways at the joint from the splaying of the first metatarsal. This patient is recovering well after Lapidus Read more
  • Chaco Sandals
    Chaco is one of our favorite brands of active sandals. They have great built in arch support and are perfect for water sports, walking on the beach or along a Read more
  • Fibrous Bands
    Bands of scar tissue (fibrous bands) can form within the ankle joint after trauma causing painful impingement. This patient is recovering well after arthroscopic ankle debridement surgery, where these fibrous Read more
  • Revision Surgery
    Hallux varus, where the big toe drifts inward, is a common complication after bunion surgery. This patient has recovered well after revision forefoot surgery. If your feet are giving you Read more

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