The Foot & Ankle Center

The Fellowship Trained and Board-certified Foot & Ankle Specialists at Olympia Orthopaedic Associates are dedicated to providing patients with non-operative treatments and surgical solutions.

Olympia’s Foot & Ankle Specialists

Foot and ankle injuries and conditions can be especially problematic because pain typically becomes worse when standing or when walking. This can decrease the quality of life and be extremely frustrating.

The specialists at Olympia Orthopaedic Associates evaluate, diagnosis, and treat all injuries and conditions of the foot and ankle, including but not limited to the following:

  • Achilles tendon injuries
  • Ankle Replacements
  • Arthritis
  • Bone spurs
  • Bunions
  • Complex Fractures
  • Deformity Correction
  • Heel pain
  • 1st MTP Resurfacing
  • Minimally Invasive Bunion Correction
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Sprains
  • Stress fractures
  • Tendinitis

Customized treatment plans are used to provide patients with the symptom relief they need to return to their normal lives. In most cases, a combination of treatment options is used to provide maximum results. The most common nonsurgical treatment options include the following:

  • Medications
  • Immobilization (a cast, splint, walking boot, or walking shoe)
  • Physical therapy
  • Activity modification

Injections may be used to help resolve pain that does not get better after nonsurgical treatment.

Oly Ortho Now Offers Podiatry!  Podiatrists commonly treat:

  • Skin problems: dry skin, cracks, wounds, warts, calluses, ulcers, rashes, splinters, blisters
  • Nail problems: ingrown toenails, nail fungus, infections, injuries, nail deformities
  • Sports injuries: sprains, strains, stress fractures, tendonitis, injuries, contusions, heel pain, neuromas
  • Biomechanics: arch supports, orthotics, shoe recommendations, physical therapy
  • Arthritis: gout, joint pain, degenerative, rheumatoid
  • Foot deformities: bunions, hammer toes, spurs, flat feet, high arches
  • Diabetic foot conditions: diabetic shoe and insole prescriptions, wound care, infections, abscesses, gangrene
  • Pediatric problems: ingrown toenails, warts, growth plate issues, tendonitis, sports injuries

Surgical intervention may be recommended to treat some injuries and conditions that have not responded to the treatments above. The Fellowship Trained and Board-certified Foot & Ankle Specialists at Olympia Orthopaedic Associates utilize the latest in both arthroscopic and traditional foot & ankle surgical procedures.

Should I Make An Appointment?

Patients who are experiencing the following are encouraged to arrange an appointment with one of the Foot & Ankle Specialists at Olympia Orthopaedic Associates as soon as possible:

  • Pain that becomes worse when standing
  • Pain that has lingered on for more than two weeks
  • Swelling that increases in severity
  • Bruising and swelling of the ankle or heel
  • Difficulty bearing weight on the ankle or foot
  • Stiffness and/or weakness that makes walking difficult

Patients who are ready to receive specialized care that results in symptom relief can request an appointment online or call our office.

Justin Anderson, M.D.

Locations: Westside Clinic, Mason Clinic

Kaley Capitano, D.O

Locations: Westside Clinic

Timothy DuMontier, M.D.

Locations: Westside Clinic

Richard Lamour, M.D.

Locations: Eastside Clinic

Dr. Amy Winter, D.P.M.

Locations: Westside Clinic