Ankle & Foot Clinic of Everett

3131 Nassau St Suite 101 Everett, WA 98201
(425) 339-8888
Fax (425) 258-6933

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  • Severe Ankle Fracture
    Accidents happen! We are here for you when they do! This patient is recovering well after open reduction with internal fixation for a severe ankle fracture. If you have broken Read more
  • 4 Flat Foot Problems That May Occur in Athletes
    A more common foot condition is known as flat foot or pes planus. The condition occurs when a person has no arch when standing straight up and the whole foot Read more
  • Before and After Forefoot Reconstruction
    Some foot conditions tend to occur together over time. Most of the time these are due to structural foot problems which are genetic. For example, this patient had a bunion, Read more
  • Ganglion Cysts on the Foot or Ankle
    Though less common than their hand and wrist counterparts, ganglion cysts also occur in the foot and ankle. Stress or injury, such as overuse or a sprain, causes a cyst Read more
  • Trimalleolar Ankle Fracture
    Trimalleolar ankle fractures, where all three parts of the ankle joint are broken, are some of the most serious injuries that we see. This patient is recovering well after a Read more
  • 3 Common Pediatric Foot Problems
    Adults aren't the only ones who suffer from foot problems. Many children also have issues with their feet. Some children are born with foot problems while others acquire problems with Read more
  • 3 Common Foot Myths Debunked
    3 Common Foot Myths Debunked: #1: Toenails Should Always Be Cut Straight Across This actually is the most common myth we hear. Not all toenails grow straight across. So, if you have Read more
  • Why Does Your Foot Hurt? Common Reasons to See a Podiatrist
    Do you have near-constant foot pain? If your feet hurt but you're not sure why, take a look at the top causes and the reasons podiatric patients seek professional help. Foot Read more
  • Not Just a Midfoot Sprain!
    Not just a midfoot sprain, subtle Lisfranc injuries require surgery if the Lisfranc ligament is completely torn. An MRI revealed a complete tear of the Lisfranc ligament in this patient Read more
  • Revision Total Ankle Replacement
    Dr. Christensen has had years of experience doing complicated revision total ankle replacements. This patient had an Agility total ankle replacement approximately 15 years ago. They are now doing well Read more
  • Frequently Asked Questions About Plantar Fasciitis
    About one-tenth of the U.S. population suffers from some kind of heel pain. One particular type of heel pain, plantar fasciitis, sends one million people in search of medical relief Read more
  • Not All Heel Pain Is Plantar Fasciitis
    Not all heel pain is plantar fasciitis. This patient is recovering well after surgery to graft the bone tumor in their heel. If your heel is causing you pain, please Read more
  • Bunions in Women
    Did you know bunions are both more common and symptomatic in females? This patient is recovering well after bunionectomy surgery. If you have painful bunions, you are not alone! Check Read more
  • Adult Acquired Flat Foot
    Adult acquired flatfoot or posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD) occurs when the posterior tibial tendon begins to show signs of fatigue. This progressive condition eventually leads to complete collapse of Read more
  • 4 Amazing Ways Sports Orthotics Increase Game Performance
    Orthotic shoe inserts improve foot and ankle alignment so you can run, walk, and stand with greater comfort and efficiency. Often these inserts help correct abnormal gait or treat a Read more
  • Anterior Superior Process of the Calcaneus Fracture
    This patient heard a “pop” after twisting their ankle, which resulted in a nondisplaced anterior superior process fracture of the calcaneus. After 6 weeks of non-weight-bearing, the fracture healed without Read more

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