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Ankle and Foot Pain

Get Back on Your Feet Again

Chronic foot or ankle pain got you off your feet? Whether it’s a broken bone, sprain or torn ligament, at Baptist Health System, our dedicated foot and ankle specialists know that nothing makes you feel more helpless than losing your ability to walk. More than that, foot and ankle injuries can be extremely painful, so we treat them thoroughly and immediately to limit your pain and get you on the road to recovery.

Treating the Full Spectrum of Foot and Ankle Problems

Our foot and ankle specialists have the experience and technology to help you heal and get you back on your feet. Below are just a few of the problems we treat:

  • Broken bones
  • Sprains
  • Torn muscles, ligaments and tendons
  • Inflammation
  • Heel spurs
  • Corns
  • Bunions
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Hammertoes

Considering Ankle Replacement Surgery

If other treatments haven’t worked, it may be time to consider ankle replacement surgery. Our orthopedic experts will replace your ankle joint with an artificial one to ease pain and stiffness and improve function.

Treating Your Injury — and You — The Right Way

“I have been specially trained to treat all sorts of orthopedic problems: fractures, sprains, any type of injury,” says Dr. Elizabeth L. Magnabosco, a San Antonio foot specialist and pediatric orthopedic surgeon.

“I really enjoy taking care of patients,” says Dr. Magnabosco. “I have families that come to me where I’ve seen one, two, even three children in their family. Anybody can take care of an X-ray, but I like to take care of the patients above all else.”

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