Ankle Surgery

Ankle surgery may be necessary in cases where non-surgical treatments are ineffective in managing ankle conditions such as fractures, severe sprains, or arthritis. The type of surgery performed will depend on the specific condition being treated, and can range from minimally invasive procedures to more complex surgeries. Recovery time and rehabilitation will vary depending on the extent of the surgery, but typically involves a period of rest, physical therapy, and gradually increasing activity levels.

Ankle Arthroscopy

Keyhole ankle arthroscopy is a specialised procedure used to treat several ankle conditions, including ankle impingement, cartilage damage, and as part of a ligament stabilisation procedure.

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Ankle Stabilisation Surgery

Ongoing pain and instability may occur following an ankle sprain. A minimally invasive repair is performed with a focus on early rehabilitation and return to function.

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Achilles Surgery

An achilles tendon rupture is a serious injury. Minimally invasive surgical repair of the torn tendon is carried out as a day procedure, with immediate weight bearing. Chronic conditions also affect the achilles and may benefit from intervention.

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Ankle Fusion

End stage ankle arthritis is often managed via an ankle fusion. This procedure removes the painful arthritic ankle joint surfaces of the tibia and the talus, and fixates these bones together to restore quality of life.

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