Foot and Ankle Treatment

The International Center for Limb Lengthening’s foot and ankle surgeons offer our patients the most comprehensive treatment possible as our doctors specialize in both podiatric and orthopedic medicine. With a collective experience of over thirty years of helping patients with lower leg, foot and ankle problems, the Foot and Ankle Service of the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics is one of the leading treatment centers for foot and ankle conditions in the United States.

Dr. Christopher Bibbo, Head of Foot and Ankle Surgery, and Dr. Noman Siddiqui, Director, Podiatric Surgery, at the International Center for Limb Lengthening provide expert care for a wide variety of foot and ankle conditions, including:

  • foot deformities and diabetic foot problems (helping people with diabetes avoid amputation by preserving their limbs),
  • ankle disorders,
  • ankle and foot arthritis,
  • flatfoot,
  • bunions,
  • hammer toes,
  • foot wounds,
  • sports injuries,
  • cartilage injuries,
  • peripheral nerve problems,
  • Charcot foot deformity,
  • foot and ankle injuries, and
  • many other complex foot, ankle and lower limb conditions.

Dr. Bibbo and Dr. Siddiqui successfully treat complex deformities even when previous treatments at other centers have failed. Patients of the International Center for Limb Lengthening benefit from technology not readily available at many other facilities, including a standing technology CT scanner specially designed for foot and ankle patients. It allows our doctors to see soft tissue problems and bone breaks that otherwise could have gone undetected in a conventional CT scan. This often results in more effective, custom-tailored foot and ankle treatment plans.

As leaders in clinical research, Dr. Bibbo and Dr. Siddiqui offer innovative treatments including Charcot foot deformity correction, circular external fixation for deformity correction, minimally invasive bunion surgery, and complex lower limb, foot and ankle reconstruction. Dr. Bibbo also specializes in plastic reconstructive and microsurgery.