Achilles Tendon Surgeon in Beverly Hills

Achilles Doctor Office in Beverly Hills

The Achilles tendon is both the strongest and most commonly injured tendon in the entire body. The frequency of injury comes as a result of the constant strain the feet and ankles are under. Fortunately, the highly-trained foot and ankle specialists at the Achilles Injury Institute of Beverly Hills are experts at treating all the conditions that can afflict your Achilles tendon.

The Achilles Injury Institute of Beverly Hills is one of the subdivisions of the University Foot & Ankle Institute (UFAI). UFAI's Achilles Injury Institute of Beverly Hills provides emergency services at their urgent care facility in Beverly Hills anytime, day or night. Our Beverly Hills Achilles tendon surgeon, Dr. Jason Morris, represent the best that the field of podiatry has to offer.

Achilles Injury Specialists Serving Beverly Hills

Achilles Surgeon Office in Beverly Hills There are a number of conditions that can affect the Achilles tendon. They range from mild to severe, with the methods of treatment varying accordingly. The trusted specialists at the UFAI's Achilles Injury Institute of Beverly Hills can recommend and execute a plan customized for your specific problem. Whether you need a simple orthotic insert or Achilles tendon surgery, you can rest easy knowing you are in good hands.




Achilles Tendon Conditions Treated in Beverly Hills:

Your treatment options will depend on the nature and severity of your Achilles tendon injury/condition. With a firm commitment to research and training, you can be sure that everything that can be done will be done to help get you moving again. Our Beverly Hills podiatrist office is conveniently located at the well-known Robertson Medical Complex, just north of Wilshire Blvd.

Achilles Tendon Doctor’s Office in Beverly HillsAchilles Tendon Treatment Options:

If you think you might have torn your Achilles tendon or suspect an Achilles tendon injury, it is important to see an Achilles tendon specialist as soon as possible to ensure the best possible treatment. Although this injury is usually minimally painful, leaving it untreated can lead to tendon retraction and will typically necessitate a graft for future repair. If you have any level of Achilles tendon pain, schedule an appointment with the Achilles Injury Institute of Beverly Hills
to get it taken care of before the condition worsens.

Achilles Injury Institute of Beverly Hills

Achilles Specialist Office in Beverly HillsUFAI's Achilles Injury Institute of Beverly Hills provides podiatry services to Beverly Hills and surrounding cities:


The skilled Achilles tendon surgeons at the UFAI's Achilles Injury Institute of Beverly Hills are proud to provide the best care around for your injury. Come see them today and take charge of your recovery.

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UFAI's Achilles Injury Institute of Beverly Hills
Achilles Urgent Care: 1-877-501-0193
UFAI Beverly Hills Office: (877) 975-8669
150 N. Robertson Blvd. Suite 205
Beverly Hills, California 90211

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Achilles Tendon Injury: When to See the Achilles Specialist

The Achilles tendon is the strongest tendon in the body. It connects the calf muscle to the heel bone. Even though it is the strongest tendon, it is still one of the most commonly injured body parts, especially in athletes. Although some injuries to the Achilles tendon require surgery, most of them heal on their own....


Q. What Causes Achilles Tendon Injuries?

A. The Achilles tendon can become injured from a number of activities.Simple overuse, a dramatic increase in activity, failing to stretch before exercise, and improper footwear can all cause Achilles tendon injuries....