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We have established protocols for staff and physicians to ensure that our response is consistent with the standards of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local and state health departments. Many office visits can be done via Telemedicine.

Due to the increasingly stringent Shelter In Place orders, the need for determining true necessity for in-office visits is essential and required. Someone from your clinical team will contact you to determine your current needs.

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Ankle Surgery

If standing up or taking a step causes you severe pain in your ankle, you may need ankle surgery to fully restore your ability to move.

Dr. Andrew Ebert of Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin, in Austin, TX, is a board-certified surgeon specializing in advanced ankle surgery.

How can Dr. Ebert use the latest and most innovative surgery techniques to restore your ankle's functions so you can get back on your feet?

Is Ankle Pain Common?

Extremely. According to a study by the Journal of Athletic Training (JAT):

23,000 people in the US injure their ankle every day.  72% of these people are unable to maintain previous levels of activity afterwards.

If ankle pain from an injury or a condition such as arthritis is not getting better with medication or physical therapy, contact us online to schedule a surgical consultation with Dr. Ebert today, at either our Austin, Lakeway, or Cedar Park, Texas offices. He can help you get your quality of life back.

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Dr cutlet took the time to explain the process of hip replacement and the robotics used He made my daughter and I very comfortable and confident with the procedure my daughter and granddaughter also will be having surgeries by these drs I would recommend them to anyone

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Dr. Gregory Catlett is the best hands down. You cannot find a better doctor for knee replacement. This doctor is a polished professional that can do what he says that he can do. You will not go wrong with Doctor Catlett. He is the best by far.

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Surgery on Your Ankle Can Improve Your Life

Our ankles consist of hard-working bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments that move up and down and side-to-side. These control how much pressure is placed on our feet when we walk or run.

When a bone is fractured, a ligament is torn, or an ankle joint is damaged, your mobility can be severely limited.  A turned ankle can even cause painful bunions on your big toes. Surgery performed by Dr. Ebert at our Austin, Texas surgical center can give you your mobility back by:

  • Relieving chronic foot pain
  • Improving walking and standing abilities
  • Eliminating the need for a cane, walker, wheelchair, or assistance
  • Allowing you to exercise again

Ankle Surgery Procedures

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This minimally invasive surgery uses a small camera, inserted through an incision, to examine ankle joint and tissue damage caused by injury or arthritis. Fractures, infections, and tears can be treated through the incision, as well. Recovery from arthroscopy is quicker than more complex surgical treatments.

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Ankle Joint Replacement

If an ankle joint has been severely damaged by arthritis, total joint replacement surgery may be needed. Dr. Ebert will work with our joint replacement specialists to create a personalized treatment plan that will get you back to normal as quickly as possible, once a high-tech prosthetic ankle joint is in place.

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Ankle Fracture Surgery

A fractured ankle bone can be extremely painful and cause swelling, bruising, and mobility issues. Dr. Ebert will use state-of-the-art diagnostic tools to locate your fractured bone and create a customized treatment plan to repair it with surgery.

What Is Ankle Surgery Recovery Like?


This depends on your procedure. For minimally invasive procedures, you may only experience swelling or pain that can be managed with ice packs and medication. More complex procedures may require the use of crutches and wearing a cast for several weeks. Dr. Ebert will discuss recovery instructions with you during your ankle surgery consultation.

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Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin

At Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin, we have a team of board-certified specialists who can treat a wide range of conditions. Our specialists use the most advanced techniques to provide minimally invasive treatment options.

For more information about our services, contact our office online or call (512) 476-2830 today.

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4611 Guadalupe St
Ste 200
Austin, TX 78751

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