Thank you, Dr. Esway!
Although I had a complicated problem, Dr. Esway made me feel at ease. He told me that he would do everything he could to make me better. I could see in his eyes that he really meant it. I was hoping for a 50 percent improvement in my condition. After surgery, I am 90 percent better. Dr. Esway changed my life. I am so grateful.

THE ANKLE is a complex body part that plays a critical role in mobility and stability. Ankle pain may be due to sprains, arthritis, breaks and tendon problems.
THE FOREFOOT extends from the ball of the foot to the toes. Forefoot pain may be due to bunions, toe deformities and neuromas.
THE MIDFOOT runs from the ball of the foot to the heel and includes the arch. Midfoot pain may be due to arthritis or stress fractures.
THE HINDFOOT, also known as the heel, is the area between the ankle and the foot's arch. Heel pain may be due to plantar fasciitis or Achilles tendon problems.

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Exercise is important to many of us and directly affects our health. Unfortunately, no matter how careful we are, our athletic activities can result in injury. Feet and ankles are especially vulnerable due to rough falls, fast turns, high jumps or hard landings.

When sports injuries occur, Dr. Jan-Eric Esway has the experience and skill to get you back on your feet. Dr. Esway is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in foot and ankle treatment. Since entering private practice, he has helped thousands of patients enjoy greater comfort, stability and flexibility.

Not only does Dr. Esway have the ability to care for sports injuries but, having sustained them, he understands — and can help address — the pain and frustrations that may accompany them. Dr. Esway always begins his treatments with a thorough evaluation and then develops a personalized course for each patient's unique situation. Physical therapy is used when appropriate; surgery occurs only when necessary.

When a procedure is needed, Dr. Esway is a leader in the latest surgical techniques. These use incredibly advanced equipment that allows physicians to make tiny incisions that reduce disruption of muscle and soft tissue. When compared to traditional surgical procedures, minimally-invasive techniques can produce superior results including less scarring, reduced swelling, less pain, quicker recoveries and reduced chance of infection.

In short, Dr. Esway has the right combination of skill, training and experience to help athletes recover as quickly as possible and return to the activities they love.

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