Advanced Foot and Ankle Institute of Georgia is a podiatry practice in Marietta, GA that provides comprehensive, personalized, high-quality, cost-effective care to patients with disorders of the foot and ankle as well as injuries of the lower extremity. Our approach to medicine is patient-centric and evidence-based. Keeping our patients healthy, happy and safe is our top priority. We act in the best interest of our patients and we strive to provide the best medical care available. We treat our patients with respect and compassion.
It is our goal to provide patients in Marietta, GA and surrounding areas with the best experience by providing prompt, courteous service. In order to provide our patients with high-quality care, our office is equipped with the latest technology in electronic medical records, digital x-ray, ultrasound, and microvascular and macrovascular circulatory testing equipment. We routinely obtain and corroborate diagnostic information such as CT Scans, MRIs, and laboratory values to assist in patient assessment and treatment.
We promote quality medical care in the community through participation in community health events, continuing medical education and local, national and international medical societies.
Our Areas of Focus
Bunion RepairA bunion is a foot deformity that occurs when instability in the great toe joint occurs such that the great toe begins to drift towards the second toe.
Hammertoe RepairIn a hammertoe, the toe will appear “hammered” when the 1st and second joints within the same toe are both contracted or bent.
Ankle Tendon Disorderscondition in which the sheath surrounding the achilles tendon gets inflamed, causing pain at the back of the ankle. This normally results from athletic activities of achilles tendon overuse.
Flatfoot ReconstructionAdult acquired flat foot can be caused by a variety of conditions such as damage to posterior tibial tendon, diabetic neuropathic arthropathy, arthritis and traumatic injury to the foot.
Chronic Lateral Ankle painChronic lateral ankle pain occurs when repeated sprained ankles do not completely resolve. This discomfort occurs on the outer portion of the ankle and can be painful when trying to walk or run.
Athletic Injurieswe specialize in helping athletes learn more about their foot and ankle pain. Whether your condition is new or old we diagnose and treat a wide variety of podiatric concerns.
Fracture RepairA fracture is a break or a crack in a bone. A fracture occurs when force exerted against a bone is stronger than the bone can structurally withstand.
CirculationPeripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common condition which involves narrowing of arteries to reduce blood flow to vital organs, legs and feet. This can cause heavy feeling, sluggishness and leg pain.
Diabetic Foot ReconstructionFoot problems are common in people with diabetes because of their increased risk of peripheral neuropathy, peripheral vascular disease, abnormal pressure on the foot, and impaired resistance to infection
Lateral Ankle SprainAnkle sprain can result from tripping, slipping while walking,jumping, exercising. Ankle sprains occur as a result of stretching or tearing of the outer ankle ligaments.outer ankle ligaments are generally not strong as the inner ankle ligaments.
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Advanced Foot and Ankle Institute
Hours Of Operation
8:30am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday
8:30am to 12pm Friday.