Our Multi-Dimensional Approach to Foot and Ankle Treatments
Your feet and ankles are incredibly complex structures.
Together, your feet and ankles contain more than 50 bones, almost 70 joints and over 100 muscles, ligaments and tendons, all working together to help you walk and run and to stabilize the rest of your body when it’s in motion. In fact, your feet contain more than a quarter of all the bones in your body, and all these interrelated components are subjected to tremendous pressures throughout the day.
We are dedicated to helping patients thrive. With a team of specialists committed to providing the best possible care, we pride ourselves on our individualized treatment options and approach to care.
Because of that complexity, treating injuries, deformities or other conditions of the feet and ankles requires a specific skill set beyond basic orthopedics. At OrthoONE, we offer the most advanced techniques for diagnosing and treating foot and ankle injuries so you can feel confident about the care you’ll receive and your success in recovery.
What We Treat
Our board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians provide foot and ankle surgery, as well as specialized care for a wide range of foot and ankle issues.
Common Foot/Ankle Conditions We Treat
- Foot, ankle and heel fractures
- Lisfranc (midfoot) injuries
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction
- Corns, bunions and bone spurs
Our team of specialists includes experts in the fiel of foot and ankle orthopedics. Our orthopedic foot and ankle surgeons, Dr. Fran Faro at Swedish Medical Center and Dr. David Hahn at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, are experts at procedures including fracture care, tendon reconstruction and ankle replacement and fusion.
All of our services are specifically designed to the needs of each patient with the intention to provide better, more effective coverage.
Dr. Fran Faro treats problems with the feet and ankles through both surgical interventions and generalized orthopedic approaches. Specializing in orthopedic trauma surgery and foot surgery, she is a member of the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the Colorado Medical Society and the Ruth Jackson Society. To better educate the community, Dr. Faro conducts seminars throughout the year to educate on non-surgical and surgical options for improving foot and ankle health.
Dr. David Hahn specializes in both pediatric and adult foot and ankle deformities. He is board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon and served as Chairman of the Department of Orthopedics at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Dr. Hahn received his bachelor's degree from West Point United States Military Academy and his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Hahn frequently lectures on the myriad of lower limb problems and correction techniques