Sports Medicine

Treatments For All Sport-Related Injuries

sports Foot and ankle injuries are incredibly common in the sports we play everyday. Alpine Foot & Ankle Clinic has experience treating all sorts of sports injuries to the foot and ankle. Metatarsal fractures, stress fractures, ankle instability and ankle sprains are conditions we treat on a regular basis.

Clinical Procedures

The Procedures listed below pertain to sport-related injury procedures at Alpine Foot & Ankle. For more information please Contact Us.

Sports Injuries

Perhaps you rolled an ankle while playing soccer, or you’ve developed a fracture from running increasing distances. We can recommend the best treatment options to heal injuries like these.

Athlete’s Foot

This fungal infection of the foot can occur in a variety of circumstances. Commonly, people get Athlete’s Foot while walking barefoot in a public environment, such as a gym or pool change room.

Stress Fracture

Stress Fractures or Overuse Injuries are typically attained by putting too much stress on the foot over a short period of time. We can manage these injuries in the early stages and have options available for missed injuries in their later stages.

Biomechanical Evaluation

When you come to our clinic, you’ll most likely be put through a Biomechanics Evaluation so we can determine the best possible treatment option for you. This allows us to provide you with optimal therapy options.

Frequently Asked Questions

My child is a dancer and she wants to go being Pointe training. Is she ready?

Starting Pointe training is an exciting step for any dancer, however it needs to be done in a safe manner.  Not all dancers are ready for Pointe training at the same time, as it depends on their technique, strength and skeletal maturity.  We are more than happy to take a look and make sure your dancer is ready.

I sprained my ankle a long time ago. Is it too late to do something?
Injuries often get missed or neglected, but it is never too late to take a look at your options.  A combination or treatment modalities, physical therapy or surgery may be used to get you back to playing again!