Foot And Ankle Conditions

Some of the common foot and ankle problems people seek treatment for from Concord Orthopaedics include, but are not limited to:

  • Achilles Tendon (An Achilles Tendon is a fibrous tissue that connects the heel to the muscles of the lower leg, calf muscles.)
  • Athlete’s Foot (This is a fungal infection that develops in the moist areas between your toes and sometimes other parts of your foot.)
  • Bunions (Bunions are an enlargement of bone or tissue around the joint at the base of the big toe.)
  • Charcot joints (A progressive joint deconstruction.)
  • Diabetic Arthropathy (A disease or abnormality of a joint as a result of diabetes.)
  • Flat feet (A medical condition that causes the arch of the foot to collapse.)
  • Hammertoe (A deformity of the proximal interphalengeal joint of the second, third or fourth toe causing it to be permanently bent.)
  • Heel spur (A calcium deposit on the underside of the heel bone.)
  • High arches (An arch that is raised more than “normal”)
  • Ingrown toenails (An ingrown toenail occurs when the edge of the nail grows down and into the skin of the toe causing pain, redness and swelling around the nail.)
  • Osteoarthritis (A common joint disorder due to aging and wear and tear on a joint.)
  • Osteomyelitis (A bone infection caused by bacteria and other germs.)
  • Plantar faciitis (An inflammation of the thick tissue on the bottom of the foot.)
  • Rheumatoid arthritis (A chronic systemic inflammatory disorder that may affect tissues and organs.)
  • Sprains (A sprain is an injury in a joint caused by the ligament being stretched beyond its capacity.)
  • Stress fractures (A stress fracture is an overuse injury. It occurs when muscles become fatigued and are unable to absorb added shock.)

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To our Patients, Families and Communities,

Your health, welfare & safety are paramount when you come for an appointment at any of our facilities. We are closely monitoring the guidance of the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention regarding the spread of the virus. Our focus is to ensure we meet our patient’s needs while doing our part to keep you, our associates, and our communities safe. Effective immediately, the Acute Injury Clinic (AIC), will remain open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. The AIC will NOT open on Saturdays.

At this time, the impact to our communities has been minimal and our staff is focused on providing the orthopaedic care our patients expect and deserve. If you have an appointment with us, we respectfully ask that you let us know if you have a fever, cough, and/or shortness of breath in advance of your appointment. Also, if you have recently traveled to or been in close contact with anyone who has traveled outside of New Hampshire, especially to New York State, we ask that you avoid visiting our practice for a period of 14 healthy days.

Thank you for your continued trust in COPA. We appreciate your cooperation as we work to support the health of our patients & employees.


Ron Chorzewski