Mount Sinai researchers recently discovered a new, minimally invasive technique for treating osteochondral defects of the ankle bone which are commonly caused by ankle sprains.
Surgical reconstruction is a life changer for people with end-stage ankle arthritis, a painful condition that limits patients’ abilities to go up and down stairs, get out of a car and even walk. Now researchers from The Rothman Orthopedic Institute at Jefferson Health
In a consecutive group of patients, researchers gauged the clinical, radiographic and patient-reported results for fusion after failed total ankle replacements (TAR). For failed TAR, a higher nonunion rate after ankle fusion was seen in inflammatory joint disease
Radiologic factors affecting ankle pain before and after total knee arthroplasty for the varus osteoarthritic knee
Experts assessed the radiologic factors related to ankle pain before and after total knee arthroplasty (TKA) among patients with a varus osteoarthritic knee.