Common Conditions

Common Foot and Ankle Conditions PDF Library

The reference documents provided below have been prepared by the Consumer Education Committee of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, a professional society of 6,000+ podiatric foot and ankle surgeons.

Members of the College are Doctors of Podiatric Medicine who have received additional training through surgical residency programs.The mission of the College is to promote superior care of foot and ankle surgical patients through education, research and the promotion of the highest professional standards.

Nigro Foot and Ankle Care and the ACFAS present these educational reference documents as a public service and for informational purposes only. The material is derived from the current medical knowledge on the topics listed. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a physician or another qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The opinions expressed do not necessarily represent the opinions of the ACFAS or Nigro’s Medical Team.

This site is not intended to provide medical advice. Call Nigro’s Office to schedule an Appointment to to see a Doctor to evaluate the nature and severity of your medical condition (412-486-5100).


Item_# Document Name & Link to PDF

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Accessory Navicular Syndrome
2
Achilles Tendon Rupture
3
Achilles Tendonitis Tendonosis
4
Acute Inflammation
5
Ankle Instability
6
Ankle Sprains
7
Athletes Feet
8
Brachymetatarsia (Short-toe-syndrome)
9
Bunions
10
Capsuliti
11
Cavus (High Arched) Foot
12
Charcot (Neuroarthropathy) Foot
13
Crossover Toe
14
Diabetic Foot Care Guidlines
15
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
16
Equinus
17
Flatfeet (Adult-Acquired) PTTD
18
Flatfeet (Flexible)
19
Flatfeet (Pediatric-Juvenile)
20
Fractures 5th Metatarsal
21
Fractures Ankle
22
Fractures Calcaneus
23
Fractures Toes Metatarsals
24
Fungal Nails
25
Ganglion Cysts
26
Gout
27
Haglunds Deformity (Retrocalcaneal Exostosis)
28
Hallux Limitus-Rigidus
29
Hammertoes
30
Heel Pain-Plantar Fasciitis Heel-Spur-Syndrome)
31
Heel Pain (Pediatric) Calcaneal Apophysitis
32
Ingrown Toenails
33
Lisfranc Joint (MidFoot) Injuries
34
Malignant Melanoma
35
Neuromas (Mortons)
36
OS Trigonum Syndrome
37
OsteoArthritis
38
Peripheral Arterial Disease
39
Peroneal Tendon Injuries
40
Plantar Fibromas
41
Plantar Warts
42
Puncture Wounds (Foreign-Bodies)
43
Rheumatoid Arthritis
44
Sesamoid Injuries
45
Soft Tissue Masses Tumors-Biopsy
46
Tailors Bunions
47
Tala Dome Lesions
48
Tarsal Coalitions
49
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
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