Put your feet in good hands.

If you’re living with pain in your feet and ankles from overuse, loss of mobility or a new injury, Yuma Regional Medical Center Foot and Ankle has answers for you.

Most people will experience foot or ankle injuries during their lifetimes. Some may be traumatic injuries, such as ankle sprains and foot fractures. Many, though, are disorders from the gradual wear and tear of life. Conditions like persistent ankle pain, shin splints, bunions, arthritis, heel pain, neuropathy and hammertoes happen with aging, working hard and playing hard.

Our specialists use a team approach, consulting as needed with your primary care provider as well as other medical professionals in sports medicine, orthopedics, wound care, endocrinology, rheumatology, pain management and dermatology. Both surgical and non-surgical solutions are considered, based on your needs.


Home to an experienced foot and ankle team, our providers will find the answers you want and the healing you need. Make an appointment with a Yuma Regional provider today.

Conditions and Services

Our specialists’ advanced training in the treatment of foot and ankle conditions gives you expert care for a wide variety of injuries, diseases, and other disorders.

  • Bone Spurs
  • Bunions
  • Congenital Deformities
  • Diabetic Foot Conditions
  • Fractures, Sprains and Strains
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Neuromas
  • Painful Flatfoot and High-arched Feet
  • Pediatric Foot and Ankle Conditions
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Plantar Warts
  • Tendonitis
  • Torn Ligaments and Tendons

Our surgeons’ advanced training in the treatment of foot and ankle conditions gives them the expertise to care for a wide variety of injuries, diseases, and problems. We provide treatments and services including, but not limited to:

There are a variety of methods we use to treat warts. These methods include freezing with liquid nitrogen, destruction with laser and application of certain chemicals or immunotherapy.

We offer treatment for a full range of foot and ankle conditions and injuries to get you back on your feet.

From genetic skin grafts to wound flaps, Yuma Regional is proud to offer the latest wound-healing treatments to care for diabetic feet.

Early interventions for fractures of the toes, foot and ankle, and the proper healing of bones.

From simple wound healing to the most complex foot reconstruction, we will not give up on a possible salvage of your foot and leg.

A total ankle replacement aims to provide pain relief while maintaining ankle motion. During surgery, the joint is removed and replaced with a metal and plastic implant.

Wound healing treatment is recommended for chronic wounds or wounds that have not healed in four weeks or longer.