At Northwest Extremity Specialists, our team of physicians, medical assistants, and other professionals are dedicated to providing state-of-the-art care for all your foot and ankle health concerns. Read on to learn more about our specialty services and the conditions we treat.
We understand how important it is to be able to walk, run, and play without pain. And we pride ourselves on offering state-of-the-art treatment options to help you get better fast—without surgery.
Whether you suffer from aching heels, swollen arches, stiff ankles, or something else, foot pain can shut you down and keep you from enjoying your favorite activities—or even just getting through your day. Foot pain is not normal, and the good news is that the Northwest Extremity Specialists offer comprehensive, effective, and advanced care options to get you back on your feet.
We know why you play—and we know how much it hurts when an injury keeps you from what you love. At Northwest Extremity Specialists, our team of physicians offer advanced treatments and technology to get you back in the game. From state-of-the-art regenerative medicine to surgical specialties, we offer comprehensive care and a wide range of treatment options to get you back to full speed in as little time, and with as little drama, as possible.
Our first choice is always to treat your foot and ankle pain without surgery. However, some people require surgery when conservative treatment does not provide pain relief. At Northwest Extremity Specialists, our experienced surgeons use state-of-the-art tools and techniques to provide the highest quality surgical care. Just as importantly, we take as much time as needed beforehand to listen to your concerns and goals and explain your options so that you can feel comfortable and prepared for both your surgery and your recovery.
Injuries happen. When they do, you’re going to want an experienced team on your side. At Northwest Extremity Specialists, we care for all types of foot and ankle injuries, from sprains and fractures to dislocations, crush injuries, shin splints, and more. We leverage our training and advanced in-office technology to get you back to your regular activities as quickly as possible.
Growing feet come with their own unique set of problems. From congenital defects like clubfoot and flat feet, to “getting-into-trouble” conditions like warts, ingrown toenails, and athlete’s foot, children need specialized, attentive, and compassionate care. The experts at Northwest Extremity Specialists are always happy to meet and treat the youngest members of your growing family.
A diabetes diagnosis puts your feet and ankles at heightened risk. Fortunately, proper preventative care can help you avoid the worst. At Northwest Extremity Specialists, our physicians provide comprehensive options, from diabetic shoes and nerve screenings to advanced wound care and reconstructive surgery.
Healthy nails and skin keep your body protected from infecting agents—and they also look good and give you confidence! Our practice provides comprehensive treatment for all kinds of unsightly, embarrassing, and dangerous nail and skin conditions, including fungal infections, ingrown nails, warts, cancer, and more.
If you're experiencing pain, swelling, or stiffness in the backside of your ankle, you may have have a problem with your Achilles tendon. More specifically, the condition known as tendinitis. There are a number of factors that could cause this condition. Here at Northwest Extremity Specialists, we assist in diagnosing and treating your tendinitis pain to get you back on your feet.
We pride ourselves in offering the highest level of expertise, allowing patients to benefit from the latest diagnostic tools, the newest treatments, and the most effective and successful treatments available.
As a provider of the latest most effective treatments, we at NES are one of the few clinics in the Pacific Northwest that offers this treatment option. The physicians at NES utilize an injectable enzyme (hyaluronidase) mixed with a local anesthetic and a cortisone medication to effectively reduce the size of fibromas and the pain associated with plantar fibromatosis.