Tennis Injuries Specialist

Experienced Podiatrists in Bradenton, Tampa, & Sarasota

Florida Foot and Ankle Specialists are committed to delivering exceptional foot and ankle care. Our board-certified podiatrist has undergone additional fellowship training to expertly diagnose and treat a wide array of foot, ankle, and lower leg disorders. From routine preventive care to intricate reconstructive surgery, we utilize the most advanced treatments to achieve optimal results for our patients.

We understand that tennis injuries can significantly impact an athlete’s performance and well-being. Our experts diagnose and treat a wide variety of tennis-related injuries, such as plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, and ankle sprains. Utilizing advanced diagnostic tools, laser treatments and personalized care plans, we strive to ensure a speedy and effective recovery. We are dedicated to helping our patients swiftly return to the court with confidence and optimal health.

We prioritize your health and provide personalized, compassionate care. Our goal is to create an environment attentive to your needs, enabling you to get back on your feet swiftly with the highest quality of care. If you have any questions or concerns about your foot or ankle condition, please don’t hesitate to contact us—we are here to assist you!


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    Tennis Injuries

    Tennis injuries are common in the state of Florida. The majority of the time, you are making quick, sudden movements that can result in numerous injuries and conditions to your feet and ankles. Here are some common questions about tennis related injuries and sports medicine.

    Q: What are some common tennis-related injuries to the feet and ankles?

    A: Tennis injuries are common, especially in states like Florida where the sport is widely played. Common injuries include Achilles tendonitis, Achilles rupture, ankle sprains, chronic ankle instability, trauma and fractures, stress fractures, Jones fractures, hallux limitus/rigidus, fungal nails, athlete’s foot, plantar fasciitis, and ingrown nails.

    Q: How do these injuries typically occur?

    A: The majority of tennis-related injuries result from quick, sudden movements. These rapid actions can lead to various conditions and injuries to the feet and ankles.

    Q: What should I lookout for with an ankle sprain?

    A: Signs of an ankle sprain include swelling, bruising, pain when bearing weight, and limited range of motion in the ankle. Severe sprains may also involve a popping sound at the time of injury.

    Q: When should I call for a medical evaluation?

    A: It is important to see a Foot and Ankle Specialist as soon as possible if you experience severe pain, swelling, inability to bear weight, or signs of an infection such as redness and warmth. Prompt evaluation and treatment are crucial for proper recovery.

    Q: How can Florida Foot and Ankle Specialists help with tennis injuries?

    A: At Florida Foot and Ankle Specialists, we diagnose and treat a wide variety of tennis-related injuries. We strive to ensure a speedy and effective recovery. Schedule an appointment today for a comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan tailored to your needs.

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