Foot and Ankle Surgery
When foot and ankle pain becomes chronic, fails to respond to non-surgical remedies and begins to interfere with life’s daily activities, surgical options should be considered.
Surgical options include arthroscopic surgeries, bunionectomy and hammer toe repair, cartilage repair or resurfacing procedures, fracture care, joint replacement (arthroplasty), ligament reconstructions, and repair of torn ligaments and tendons.
Dedicated to Orthopedic Surgical Services
Foot and ankle surgeries at NHRMC Orthopedic Hospital are performed in a stand-alone dedicated facility in which staff is entirely focused on your orthopedic care. The largest orthopedic program in Eastern North Carolina, NHRMC Orthopedic Hospital offers eight operating rooms and a pre-op clinic outfitted specifically for orthopedic care, advanced imaging and diagnostic equipment, surgical suites, and rehabilitation services.
Finding a Foot and Ankle Specialist
To find an orthopedic and podiatry specialists on the medical staff at New Hanover Regional Medical Center, please visit our online physician directory. Specialists have office locations in Wilmington, Burgaw, Jacksonville, Leland, Porters Neck and Whiteville to better serve people throughout southeastern North Carolina.
Our commitment to exceptional orthopedic care continues after surgery with specialized services to ensure a smooth transition to recovery. Therapists with NHRMC Rehabilitation Services start working with patients before they leave the hospital and are available to assist with ongoing, outpatient therapy after discharge from the hospital.
If Home Care services are needed, NHRMC staff will work with you to set-up visits with the home care agency of your choice, including NHRMC Home Care, an affiliate of New Hanover Regional Medical Center.
More Information on Foot and Ankle Conditions
For more information on surgical and non-surgical procedures of foot and ankle conditions please call 910.452.8110. General Orthopedic information on procedures and conditions can also be found in the Othopedic section of the Health Encyclopedia.