Foot and Ankle Surgeon

Dr. Amy Bruce
- Board Certified, Fellowship Trained Foot and Ankle Surgeon

Dr. Bruce specializes in Foot and Ankle Trauma, Foot and Ankle Reconstructive Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Bunion Surgery, Ankle Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine

 The foot and ankle are the foundation of the body, so it is essential that they function well. Being able to help ensure that for my patients is really rewarding to me.  
– Dr. Bruce

Providing the best possible treatment options and outcomes for foot and ankle patients

About Dr. Amy Bruce

Dr. Amy Bruce is originally from Rhode Island, traveled throughout the country for her training, and is excited to be practicing in New England offering expert foot and ankle care.  From a young age, with an interest in design, crafting, and fixing things, and passionate about sports, she further developed an interest in health and wellness during her undergraduate studies, drawing her to the medical field. After graduating from Boston University, she earned her medical degree at Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Bruce completed a four-year residency in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery at the University of Pennsylvania-Penn Presbyterian Medical Center in Philadelphia.  And continued as a Trauma and Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery Fellow, at Kaiser Permanente and Emory Healthcare in Atlanta, Georgia.

Dr. Bruce was drawn to OSP because of the amazing opportunity to be a part of our new OSP foot and ankle team and join the talented group of superb, dedicated orthopedic specialists. She believes in a comprehensive evaluation and strives to educate patients thoroughly on their conditions so they can make well-informed decisions about their treatment, whether this is achieved conservatively or surgically. She believes in practicing compassionate, patient-centered, quality care, with a multidisciplinary team approach to help get patients back on their feet.

Fellowship trained, board certified OSP foot and ankle surgeons, Dr. Litchfield and Dr. Bruce will work together and collaborate to provide the best possible evidence-based treatment options and outcomes for foot and ankle patients.

Other conditions we treat

Dr. Bruce treats all medical and surgical conditions of the foot and ankle, with a special focus on reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, sports/athletic injuries, foot and ankle deformity correction, and trauma.

Bunion Correction Surgery

Before :

X-Rayed Foot


X-Rayed Foot fixed

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.


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
Litchfield Collage

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


Call for an appointment:

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Manchester office

(860) 432-4640