Ankle And Foot Injuries Specialist

CFP Physicians Group -  - Family Physician

CFP Physicians Group

Family Physicians & Geriatrics located in Casselberry, FL

Ankle and foot injuries can feel debilitating and limit your ability to complete daily tasks. The experts at CFP Physicians Group in Casselberry, Florida, can find the root cause of ankle and foot pain and treat injuries to accelerate healing, restore joint function, and maximize your quality of life. Schedule an appointment with CFP Physicians Group by phone or online for pain relief today.

Ankle and Foot Injuries Q & A

What are ankle and foot injuries?

Ankle and foot injuries can occur because of a sports injury, arthritis, falling down, or being in an accident. Such injuries might affect your muscles, bones, ligaments, or tendons. 

The pain you experience from ankle and foot injuries can range from mild to severe. It might go away on its own or linger over time.

What are common foot and ankle injuries?

Common foot or ankle injuries you might include:

  • Sprains or strains
  • Fractures
  • Muscle or tendon tears
  • Tendinitis
  • Tarsal tunnel syndrome
  • Joint inflammation
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Nerve damage
  • Hammertoe
  • Foot ulcers

If foot or ankle pain is severe or doesn’t go away on its own over time, see the experts at CFP Physicians Group for evaluation and treatment. 

How does my provider diagnose foot and ankle injuries?

To find out which type of foot and ankle injury and develop an effective treatment, CFP Physicians Group providers review your medical history, ask about your symptoms, and examine your feet and ankles. 

They might recommend you undergo nerve conduction studies, X-rays, CT scans, MRIs, or other diagnostic imaging procedures.

What are my foot and ankle injury treatment options?

Based on the type and severity of foot or ankle injury you experience, your doctor may suggest:


Rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE) is something you can do at home to optimize the healing of foot and ankle injuries and reduce discomfort.

Physical therapy

Stretching and strengthening your foot or ankle joint with physical therapy exercises can enhance the healing of foot and ankle injuries naturally.

Fracture care

If you have a fracture in your foot or ankle, your doctor may recommend you wear a brace or cast and use crutches to eliminate weight-bearing activities while an injury heals.


Wearing orthotics and well-fitting, comfortable shoes is an excellent way to control pain and stimulate faster healing of foot and ankle injuries.


Cortisone, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), and stem cell injections can reduce inflammation or stimulate your body’s natural ability to regenerate new tissues. 


If other treatments haven’t worked to reduce pain, or if you have a severe foot or ankle injury, your CFP Physicians Group specialist might recommend you undergo a surgical procedure to fully restore ankle structure and function.

Give foot and ankle injuries the best chance of healing properly. Book an appointment with CFP Physicians Group over the phone or online today.