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Serving Lackawanna, Luzerne and Wyoming counties
Licensed in 1989 - Board Certified Podiatrist
James M. Haggerty, D.P.M., F.A.C.F.A.S.,C.W.S is experienced with all types of bone breaks and fractures.
Depending on the severity of your injury, treatment could involve either putting the pieces of your bone back in place or keeping the pieces together while the bone heals on its own. When we place your bones, you may require anesthesia or surgery.
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A fracture is a break in any of your foot's bones. Believe it or not, your foot is comprised of 26 small bones:
Your forefoot (metatarsal) is the site of most foot fractures, although fractures can occur in any foot bone.
If you think you may have fractured your foot, give us a call today.
7 tarsus bones in the hindfoot and midfoot
5 metatarsals in the forefoot
14 phalanges, including 2 in the big toe and 3 in each of the remaining toes