Foot and Ankle Specialists in Connecticut – A Collaborative Team

Excruciating foot and ankle pain can seriously impede everyday life. Our foot and ankle team provides surgical and nonsurgical treatment of the foot and ankle by our specialty-trained foot and ankle specialists. Meet your doctor in a compassionate environment with access to the most advanced treatments available to restore function and alleviate pain.

Orthopedic Surgical Partners foot and ankle specialists treat fractures, joint degeneration, flat feet, bunions, ligament and tendon injuries, and other acute and chronic conditions.

Ankle Impact

Excruciating foot and ankle pain can seriously impede everyday life. Our foot and ankle center of excellence provides surgical and nonsurgical treatment performed by our specialty-trained foot and ankle specialists. Meet your doctor in a compassionate environment with access to the most advanced treatments available to restore function and alleviate pain.

Orthopedic Surgical Partners foot and ankle specialists treat fractures, joint degeneration, flatness, bunions, nerve and tendon trauma, and other issues. Many of our physicians treat foot and ankle injuries, but we are unique by having a distinguished foot and ankle team whose career is devoted to all those issues and more.

Common Conditions We Treat

A Collaborative Team Approach

Andrew H. Litchfield, DPM, FACFAS

Andrew H. Litchfield, DPM

Board Certified
Foot & Ankle Surgeon

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Amy E. Bruce, DPM

Amy E. Bruce, DPM

Fellowship Trained
Foot & Ankle Surgeon

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What Should You Expect From An Evaluation?

Medical History

The first step in the evaluation is a thorough medical history. You’ll first be asked some basic questions about your medical history and lifestyle.

Physical Examination

A complete physical examination includes inspection and assessment of your range of motion.  Your doctor will look for physical abnormalities, swelling, deformity, or muscle weakness, and check for tender areas.

Tests

Specific tests may be ordered to help identify the cause of your pain and any other problems.

  • X-rays
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound
  • Computed tomography (CT) scan
  • Electrical studies. Your doctor may order a test, such as an EMG (electromyogram), to evaluate nerve function
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Treatment Options

After your evaluation and imaging tests, your doctor will talk with you about your diagnosis and explain what treatments are available. Together, you’ll decide on a personalized treatment plan based on your diagnosis, activity level, goals, and preferences.

Dr. Litchfield and Dr. Bruce will offer nonsurgical treatment options for the appropriate patient when indicated. Non-surgical treatment is always the first goal. Our doctors take their time with each patient to understand their concerns and develop a personalized treatment plan through a shared decision-making process.

Testimonials

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Andrew H. Litchfield, DPM, FACFAS

Amy E. Bruce, DPM

Call for an appointment:

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Manchester office

(860) 432-4640