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Acute & Chronic Foot & Ankle Care
OINJ is Uniquely-Positioned to Treat All Foot & Ankle Conditions
Whether you’ve just suffered an acute injury or have chronic foot or ankle pain, The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey has everything needed to bring you and/or your family back to full mobility and function.
Is Foot or Ankle Pain Limiting Your Life?
OINJ’s experienced Orthopedic team uses cutting-edge technology and a strategic treatment plan to get you back on your feet and enjoying life again.
OINJ: Take a Big Step Forward
Foot & Ankle injuries sustained by your team can disrupt the lives of your students. And, as their Athletic Director, you want to recommend the best. OINJ is your best bet as we offer high-quality, comprehensive care with a personal touch.
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Does an Employee Have a Foot & Ankle Injury?
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Take a step in the right direction with the foot and ankle specialists at the Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey. When you have foot and ankle pain, every step can be a constant reminder that something’s wrong. You deserve to be pain-free. Many diseases, deformities, biomechanical conditions and injuries can cause foot and ankle orthopedic discomfort. At OINJ we’ll help you get to the bottom of it.
Our team of board-certified foot and ankle surgeons and podiatrists offer an array of non-surgical and minimally invasive surgical techniques to treat chronic and acute foot and ankle disorders. We want to help you get back on your feet so you can do what you love, such as wearing shoes without discomfort, running on a treadmill or even just walking down the block.
If you’re in need of an ankle doctor, the OINJ Foot & Ankle Center can diagnose ankle-specific conditions. When an ankle is sprained, it means that the ligaments have been stretched beyond their limit or even torn. Ligaments are the fibrous connective tissue that attach the bones in the body together and keep them in place. An ankle fracture is a small break in one of the bones that make up the ankle. The top ankle joint is comprised of the shinbone (tibia), the bone of the lower leg (fibula) and the anklebone (talus). Depending on the type and severity of the fracture, surgery may be required to effectively treat the condition.
Our experienced orthopedic surgeons and non-surgical providers treat a wide array of foot and ankle conditions, from minor foot injury and ankle injury problems to complex ankle and foot surgery. Our practice treats a wide range of conditions related to sports, deformities and trauma. Conditions we treat include Achilles tendon injuries and disorders, Ankle and foot fractures, Arthritis, Ankle instability, Peroneal tendonitis, Sprained ankle, Bunion deformities, Hammertoes, Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction [AT1] , Flat feet, High arches (Cavus Foot), Turf Toe, Gout, Plantar Warts, Sesamoiditis (Forefoot Pain), Flatfoot, Plantar Fasciitis, Compartment Syndrome and more.
OINJ foot orthopedic physicians offer surgical and non-surgical options to treat foot pain and ankle pain, such as Ankle/Subtalar arthrodesis, Charcot reconstruction, Mid-foot fusion, Total ankle replacement, Triple arthrodesis and more. You’re sure to find the perfect foot doctor to suit your needs at OINJ—whether that’s a podiatrist, a foot surgeon, an ankle surgeon or any other specialist.
We provide comprehensive evaluation for foot and ankle conditions for patients of all ages and activity levels and develop the best treatment plan for your condition. Feet and ankles are two of the most neglected areas of the body. But it’s important to seek treatment from an orthopedic foot specialist. Although some foot and ankle symptoms will improve within two weeks, more serious problems can take longer to completely heal. If not treated properly, foot and ankle conditions can lead to recurrent problems, especially if you return to your regular activities too quickly.
OINJ offers expert orthopedic care across multiple specialty areas, with dedicated Service Centers for Foot & Ankle, Sports Medicine, Rheumatology and more. Each Service Center features an on-staff, board-certified specialist in order to deliver the highest level of care for that specific department or area. Our Centers of Excellence include our Foot & Ankle Center, Spine Center, Sports Medicine Center, Women’s Sports Medicine Center, Hip & Knee Reconstruction Center, Hand & Upper Extremity Center and Rheumatology Center.
OINJ’s world class physicians are ready to address your foot and ankle pain. Our highly-trained orthopedic professionals provide quality care, compassion and pain relief to patients of all ages and activity level. Our Foot & Ankle Center is led by the following specialists:
Dr. Kevin White is an Orthopedic Surgeon at The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey.
He is Board certified in Orthopedic Surgery and holds membership in the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society, the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Osteopathic Association of Orthopedic Surgeons. As a foot and ankle specialist, Dr. White has been involved with peer reviewed journal publications both as an author and a reviewer, and has lectured on various topics related to the foot and ankle.
Kayvon Ameri, PA-C is a Physician Assistant with The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey.
Kayvon Ameri is a Physician Assistant with The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey. Before OINJ, Kayvon worked in Morristown Medical Center with the Department of Surgery which is where he discovered his passion for being in the OR. He also volunteered as a medical interpreter at Eric B. Chandler Health Center which focuses on helping medically underserved patients. Orthopedics has always been Kayvon's favorite specialty given his interest in sports medicine, exercise science and working with athletes. He loves that orthopedics gives him the opportunity to restore a patients’ functioning, improve their quality of life and ultimately help them get back to doing what they love.
See our complete list of physicians here.
When searching for a podiatrist or foot & ankle orthopedic treatment “near me,” you’re sure to come across a list of options. Rest assured that OINJ offers quality physicians that are close to home in three NJ counties. The Orthopedic Institute of NJ also offers three urgent care centers in New Jersey—making it easy to find orthopedic doctors and orthopedic surgeons that are local and convenient. Enjoy the best without the commute, knowing that you can have expedited quality care right in your own backyard.
OINJ’s three Morris County locations are here to serve patients in town including Boonton, Butler, Chatham, Chester, Denville, Dover, East Hanover. Florham Park, Hanover, Harding Township, Jefferson, Kinnelon, Lincoln Park, Long Hill, Madison, Mendham, Mine Hill, Montville, Morris Plains, Morris Township, Morristown, Mount Arlington, Mount Olive, Mountain Lakes, Netcong, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Pequannock, Randolph, Riverdale, Rockaway, Roxbury, Victory Gardens, Washington and Wharton.
OINJ’s three Warren County locations are here to serve patients in towns including Allamuchy, Alpha, Belvidere, Blairstown, Franklin, Frelinghuysen, Greenwich, Hackettstown, Hardwick, Harmony, Hope, Independence, Knowlton, Liberty, Lopatcong, Mansfield, Oxford, and Phillipsburg, Pohatcong, Washington and White.
OINJ’s two Sussex County locations are here to serve patients in towns including Andover, Byram, Frankford, Fredon, Green, Hampton, Hardyston, Lafayette, Montague, Newton, Sandyston, Sparta, Stillwater, Vernon, Walpack and Wantage.
"I just wanted to send a huge grateful thank you to the kind nurses and doctor who worked Christmas Eve. I fell from a large step while caroling and hurt my right ankle. My first thought in dealing with my foot was emergency room but recalled that you had emergency hours.
I got to the office and was greeted by kind and warm people ready to help and get me fixed up. I was x-rayed, consulted and given an action plan and sent on my way within a half hour.
I can’t thank you enough. You saved me the time and hassle and expense of an emergency room. I am on the road to healing and will remind people of your emergency services."
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