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Call (425) 899-4650 in Kirkland or (360) 794-3300 in Monroe to make an appointment with one of our Foot & Ankle Care specialists.

Foot & Ankle Care

Step toward a more active life with complete services from EvergreenHealth Foot & Ankle Care. You'll have access to the full range of tests and treatments you need to get around at home, work, or school with less pain and more freedom of movement.

Foot Pain & Injuries

Find a diagnosis and personalized care for fractures (broken bones), osteoarthritis, and almost any other condition in your ankle, heel, foot, or toes.

Ankle & Heel

  • Achilles tendon disorders – Inflammation or tears in the tendon on the back of your ankle and calf
  • Chronic lateral ankle instability – Wobbly outer ankle
  • Equinus – Trouble bending the ankle upward
  • Haglund's deformity – Bump on the back of your ankle
  • Os trigonum syndrome – Extra piece of ankle bone that causes pain
  • Peroneal tendon injuries – Pain in the tendon on the outside of the ankle
  • Plantar fasciitis – Heel pain due to an inflamed ligament
  • Talar dome lesion – Injury to cartilage (cushion) and bone in the ankle
  • Tarsal coalition – Joined heel and ankle bones
  • Tarsal tunnel syndrome – Painful pressure on a nerve in the back of your foot


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  • Accessory navicular syndrome – Extra bone or cartilage on the inner side of the foot near the arch
  • Calluses – Thick, hard areas of skin that may cause pain
  • Cavus foot – Very high arches
  • Charcot foot – Weak foot bones due to nerve damage
  • Flatfoot – Low, fallen arches
  • Ganglion cyst – Fluid-filled lump that usually appears on top of the foot
  • Peripheral neuropathy – Nerve damage in the feet
  • Plantar fibroma – Bump on the foot's arch
  • Plantar wart – Lump on the bottom of your foot due to human papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Sesamoid injuries – Pain in the ball of the foot


Treatments for Painful Feet

Your EvergreenHealth podiatrist will listen carefully to your concerns, answer your questions, and recommend the right services for your symptoms and goals. Take advantage of nonsurgical treatments that ease your pain with as little downtime as possible. Or explore surgical procedures available from skilled surgeons with years of experience helping patients get back to a better quality of life.

One-Stop Shop

Get all of your orthopedic care in one place—EvergreenHealth's Neuroscience, Spine & Orthopedic Institute in Kirkland. Our comprehensive team of experts collaborate in orthopedics, sports medicine, physiatry, neurology, physical therapy, pain management and more.