Looking for help with a foot or ankle problem?

You're in the right place! 

Whether you need relief from an aching toe, suffer from ankle arthritis, need to locate an

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Jeffrey E. Johnson, MD
AOFAS President

orthopaedic foot and ankle specialist in your area, or question whether your child is wearing the correct athletic shoe for a particular sport, you've landed on the right site.

Created by orthopaedic foot and ankle specialists, FootCareMD is designed as a powerful educational resource. Use the site to learn about your foot or ankle condition and the possible treatments. We're here to help you make informed decisions regarding your foot health.

This site from the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS) includes clinical descriptions and treatment options for foot and ankle ailments, a how-to self-help section, a search key to find an orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon in your area and much more.

You're off to a good start. By landing on FootCareMD, you're taking a step in the right direction!


 Patients Talk About Their Care


 Got Heel Pain?

heel pain Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain and affects many people. Are you one of them? Click here to learn more.

 AOFAS Members Uniquely Qualified

orthopaedic distinction What makes AOFAS members uniquely qualified to treat your feet? Click here to find out.

 The Right Shoe for Your Sport

Do you know how to select the right athletic shoe? Click here for a guide. athletic shoe

 How to Use a Ladder Safely


Ladders are useful tools, but safety should be top of mind before you climb on one. Click the image to read the story.


 Choosing The Right Treatment

CW logo.PNGThe American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (AOFAS) has joined the Choosing Wisely campaign. This national effort is designed to help patients learn what medical tests and treatments are supported by scientific evidence. Click here to learn about the AOFAS Choosing Wisely recommendations for bunions and hammertoes, flat feet and high arches, plantar fasciitis and Morton’s neuroma.

 Choosing A Foot & Ankle Doctor