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We at Oxon Hill Orthopedics specialize in conservative and surgical management of a wide variety of conditions involving the musculoskeletal system. Our orthopaedic team puts patients back on the road to living.
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Diabetic Foot

Diabetic foot infections are infections that can develop in the skin, muscles, or bones of the foot as a result of the nerve damage and poor circulation that is associated with diabetes.


A bunion is an abnormal enlargement of the joint (the first metatarsophalangeal joint, or MTPJ) at the base of the great or big toe (hallux). It is caused by inflammation and usually results from chronic irritation and pressure from poorly fitting footwear.

Fracture – Complete Fracture Care

A bone fracture is a medical condition in which there is a break in the continuity of the bone.  A bone fracture can be the result of high force impact or stress, or trivial injury as a result of certain medical conditions that weaken the bones, such as osteroporosis, bone cancer, or osteogenesis imperfecta.


Many people erroneously believe that it is normal for the feet to hurt, and simply resign 
themselves to enduring foot problems that 
could be treated. There are more than 
300 different foot ailments. Among the 
most common that are treated in our office are: Bunions, Claw and Hammer Toes, Diabetic Foot Problems, Arthritis, Morton’s Neuroma, Trauma of the Foot and Ankle,  and Ankle Sprains and Instability.


Hammertoe is described as a deformity in which the toes bend downward with the toe joint usually enlarged. Over time, the joint enlarges and stiffens as it rubs against shoes. Other foot structures involved include the overlying skin and blood vessels and nerves connected to the involved toes.

Foot Infections

We offer:
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Heel Pain

Heel pain is often the result of overuse of the foot. It is rarely caused by a single injury such as a fall or twist. Heel pain may include swelling or tenderness. It may be caused by: Running, especially on hard surfaces like concrete, or too often. Tightness in your calf muscles or the Achilles tendon. Shoes with poor support or shock absorption. Sudden inward or outward turning of your heel. Landing hard or awkwardly on the heelPod_HP.htmlshapeimage_15_link_0


We offer services for:
Diabetic Foot
Heel Pain
Foot Infections
Sprains/Tendon Injuries
Athletes Foot