Foot & Ankle Injuries

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At Rapid Orthopaedic Care, we treat a variety of foot and ankle injuries.  Whether it is an injury on the field, around the house or that nagging pain you have had for a few weeks – our Orthopaedic Specialists can diagnose and treat your injury.  We have on-site X-Ray as well as evening and weekend hours at our location in West Olympia so that you can be seen on your schedule.

Some of the common foot and ankle injuries we treat include:

Ankle, Heel or Foot Pain and Swelling

It is important to be seen immediately for pain or swelling in the ankle, heel or foot as this may be the sign of an underlying injury such as a tendon, ligament or bone injury.

Ankle Sprain

Ankle sprains are common injuries among athletes but can also occur as the result of a slip and fall or missed step.  The severity of an ankle sprain can vary based on the amount of damage to the ankle ligaments.  Common symptoms of an ankle sprain include pain, swelling, bruising or tenderness around the ankle.

Ankle Fracture

The ankle joint is made up of 3 separate bones and a fracture can occur in any of these 3 bones.  Ankle fractures can be the result of a sports injury but also as the result of a sudden impact or slip and fall.  Common symptoms of an ankle fracture include pain, swelling, bruising, difficult walking or tenderness around the ankle.

Achilles Tendon Injuries

The achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body and stretches from the back of the heel into the calf.  An injury to the achilles tendon can occur as the result of a sudden shift or pivot during sports or from overuse.  The severity of achilles tendon injuries can range from sprains to complete tears of the tendon.  Common symptoms of an achilles tendon injury can include pain at the back of the heel or calf, difficulty bearing weight or walking, hearing a sudden “pop” when the injury occurred, swelling or bruising at the heel or calf.

Broken Toes

Broken toes can have a variety of causes but the most common symptoms include pain, swelling, redness and a visible deformity of the toe.

ROC Urgent Clinic: West Olympia

3901 Capital Mall Drive SW Olympia, WA 98502
Hours: 7 Day A Week | 10AM – 5:30PM


We have X-Ray on site!

We understand that your time is valuable. That's why we've setup our Orthopaedic Urgent Care facility with on-site X-Ray imaging so that you if your injury requires a further look, the technology is available to you immediately. 


CLINIC CLOSURE: The ROC Urgent Clinic will be CLOSED on Thursday - 9/1 - Sunday - 9/4, and will reopen Monday 9/5 normal hours of 10 AM - 5:30 PM.

CLINIC CLOSURE: The ROC Urgent Clinic will be CLOSED on Thursday, 9/1 through Sunday, 9/4, and will reopen Monday 9/5 with normal hours of 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM.
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