n Foot & Ankle Surgery Dallas / Fort worth - Foot & Ankle Specialist



Foot and ankle surgery focus on realigning the structure in the vicinity or after removing the deformity. In addition to the bones, ligaments, and tendons that make up the foot and ankle, many more components may lead to pain and discomfort. It may compromise bones, joints and ligaments, muscles and tendons, nerves, and blood vessels in the foot. 

The forefoot, midfoot, and hindfoot are the three significant portions of the foot discussed by surgeons. The muscles of the foot move the foot and toes. One can invert and evert their foot. The toes can bend, lengthen and abduct (move away from the body) (move back toward the body). The feet support the weight of the body. For one to walk, the feet need to be able to support weight and be flexible, both of which put them at risk for injury.

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While healing occurs after foot and ankle surgery, various internal and external fixation devices (some temporary, some permanent) may be necessary to preserve proper alignment. For a broad range of foot and ankle ailments, AOA Orthopedic Specialists can help. Patients of all ages might suffer from many foot and ankle conditions and injuries.


Surgeons specializing in foot and ankle treat many conditions, including arthritis, sports injuries, fractures care, diabetic complications, congenital abnormalities, bunions, heel discomfort, high-arched and flat feet, complex foot construction, and ankle replacement.

The complexity, time, and severity of foot and ankle procedures vary, but most are outpatient. During the first 24 hours after surgery, patients should arrange for a companion to drive them home and remain with them. Your foot and ankle surgeon’s post-operative instructions will give you the knowledge you need to care for your recuperating ankle properly.

AOA Orthopedic Specialists provides a team of doctors and procedures to help you get back to a comfortable and stable version of yourself and a range of treatments.


    Please get in touch with us immediately so we can help you reclaim your life and get back on your feet. We are here for you at any hour of the day or night, even on weekends and holidays. No matter what time of day or night it is, whether it is a weekend or a holiday, our schedulers are always accessible to help.

    Our multiple Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex sites, including our corporate headquarters, accept appointments Monday through Friday. 


    How long does recovery take for foot and ankle surgery?

    People heal at varying rates, and procedures have variable levels of invasiveness, but on average, it takes three to four months for someone who has foot or ankle surgery to return to normal. Recovery time from more complicated surgery might be up to a year.

      What is the best way to get around after foot surgery?

      -Use gadgets and tools. In the early stages of foot surgery recovery, crutches are an excellent option for moving about without putting any weight on your feet. If you do not have the upper body power to use crutches, a roller aid device might help.

      -Communicate with your network of friends, family, and coworkers.

      If you are fortunate enough to have a strong network of family and friends, enlist their assistance whenever feasible. Then you will not have to worry about how to go about on your feet. For example, if you are generally the one in the kitchen, consider having your partner cook more often, even if it is only once or twice a week. There may be times when close relatives or friends may assist with simple activities like grabbing the television remote or obtaining water. Resting and recovering as instructed should be your primary objective to achieve optimal results.

      -Accept a restricted range of motion for the time being.

      You will have to get used to having less movement towards the end of the day. You will not be able to do activities you used to (like exercise), so getting your mind in the right frame of mind ahead of time will reduce frustration. When you do not have to worry about where you are going, you can concentrate on mending your body to achieve the highest recovery possible in your situation. 

      After ankle surgery, how long should I expect swelling to last?

      Ankle surgery swelling often lasts 3 to 4 months, depending on the severity of your problem and the degree of the operation. Swelling will begin to diminish during the first week after surgery and will continue to decline over the next several months.

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      I have been a patient for 2+ years first with Dr Jameson (retired) and now Dr Rey. Dr Rey is awesome! I trust him & know I am under the best care. Friendly front office staff, knowledgeable and caring doctors and nurses. The radiology guy is so nice and professional. I highly recommend AOA for all your orthopedic needs.

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      Dr. Kazewych is awesome! Very knowledgeable and professional; great bedside manner. Everyone, from check-in to his assistants, was delightful and professional. I highly recommend the clinic and will be sending my family and friends there for their orthopedic care needs

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