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Foot and Ankle

We provide care for the wide spectrum of lower extremity and foot and ankle conditions and injuries, from the very common to the very complex.

This includes diagnostic, surgery and rehabilitative services across a broad range of conditions:

  • Acute injuries, including sports-related injuries
  • Arthritis and other chronic or degenerative conditions
  • Bunions
  • Congenital disorders
  • Foot deformities

Our surgical team specializes in particularly complex reconstructions and has been recognized among the top foot and ankle resources in the region.

Doctor looking at patient's ankle

More Achilles injuries?

Dr. Bryan Vopat, orthopedic surgeon at The University of Kansas Health System Sports Medicine and Performance Center, discusses whether Achilles tendon injuries are increasing in athletes, or if it just seems that way. Even though it's your body's largest, strongest tendon, it can be sensitive to harm.
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Common procedures

Common conditions treated

We offer a variety of appointment types. Learn more or call 913-588-1227 to schedule now.

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Doctor examining patient's foot and ankle.

Lisfranc injuries

Bryan Vopat, MD, an orthopedic sports medicine physician at The University of Kansas Health System Sports Medicine and Performance Center, explains Lisfranc injuries – an injury to a ligament on the bottom of your foot. While it's a small part of the body, the injury can cause major problems for athletes.
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