Acute pain in the foot or toes?

   Restriction of mobility?

   Injury of the ankle joint?

   

  •     Treatments of the foot are one of the 

  •     main focuses of the OCS.

  •     - Conservative

  •     - Operational

   

  •     Our specialists can and will help you!
        

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Foot

An early medical specialist diagnosis can spare you unnecessary pain and prevent permanent sequelae.

Especially if you suffer from severe pain caused by an accident you should urgently make an appointment with us!

You have …

... a tilting of the big toe, possibly also of the neighbour toe(s)?

… an outwards thickened, pressure-sensitive ball of the forefoot of the big toe?

Typically this disorder could be the problem:

  • Hallux valgus
You have …
  • … an outwards thickened ball of the little toe, with pressure pain while wearing shoes and propensity for corns?

Typically this disorder could be the problem:

  • Tailor's Bun
You have …

… a permanent incurved or stretched toe, with frequent formation of corns?

Typically one of these disorders could be the problem:

  • Hamer or Claw Toe
You have …

… pain and stifness in your big toe, swelling?

Typically one of these disorders could be the problem:

  • Big Toe Arthrosis (Hallux rigidus)
You have …

… a growth-like bulge on the instep, possibly combined with pain and restriction of mobility?

Typically one of these disorders could be the problem:

  • Ganglion ("Bible Bump")
You have …

… pain in the middle of the foot, limited resilience, swelling of the foot?

Typically one of these disorders could be the problem:

  • Fatigue Fracture
  • Tarsal Arthrosis
  • Flat Foot / Splayfoot
You have …

… heel pain, restrictions of mobility, possibly a rear enlargement of the heel?

Typically one of these disorders could be the problem:

  • Achilles' Tendonitis
  • Achilles' Tendon Tear
  • Haglund's Disease
You have …

… pain on the bottom of the foot or other problems when touching the ground?

Typically one of these disorders could be the problem:

  • (Plantar) Calcaneal Spur
  • Plantar Fascial Fibromatosis ("Ledderhose")
You have …

… pain in the ankle when putting the foot down to the earth, joint swelling, possibly an effusion of blood, a feeling of instability?

Typically one of these disorders could be the problem:

  • Ligament / Tendon injury of the ankle

We recommend you to arrange an appointment as soon as possible. You can reach us under the telephone numbers given above. 

All diagnosis only relate to orthopaedic -surgical patients.

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 Arrange an appointment
 
  OCS Bad Neustadt
  Dr. Jansen, Dr. Klum, Th.
  Schachtschabel, Dr. Trus
  Tel. 09771/60 13 40

  OCS Bad Kissingen
  Dres. Krawczyk, Schürkens
  Tel. 0971/2815 and
  Tel. 0971/3942

  Tip: call after 11am!

Your OCS foot-expert
TK S rDr. Thomas Krawczyk