Bone and Joint

There are 28 bones in the human foot and 33 joints. The relationship and shape of each of these bone and joints will determine the shape and mechanics of our feet. Just like our cheekbones and our jaw might look like a member of our family, our feet also have genetic tendencies! This can greatly affect how the foot and ankle move and work together. Often, people experience hereditary deformities that can occur such as bunions, hammer toes, flat feet and many more. Arthritis is of our joints that can occur in the feet, often this leads to a limitation in our ability to perform certain functions and jobs. You don’t have to suffer with the effects of arthritis! There are many good things that can be done to treat the condition and offer relief of the symptoms! Let our experts help you understand what can be done to treat conditions that result from this!!

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Bunion Deformity

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Toe Deformities

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Osteoarthritis

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Bone Spurs

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Webbed Toes

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Flat Feet

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Heel pain

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Stress fractures

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Osteochondritis Dessicans

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Joint Swelling

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Hallux Limitus/Hallux Rigidus

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Haglund’s deformity/Pump Bump

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Chronic Ankle Instability

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Plantar Plate Tears & Metatarsalgia

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High Arches

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Gout

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Bone tumors

Make an Appointment Today!

The podiatrists at Rocky Mountain Foot & Ankle will thoroughly examine your feet and evaluate your symptoms to better understand your condition

Meridian Office

2667 E. Gala Court, Suite 130, Meridian, Idaho 83642

Caldwell Office

1818 10th Ave Suite 250, Caldwell Idaho 83605

Monday - Thursday

8am - 5pm

Friday

8am - 3pm

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