Put your best foot forward by consulting with an experienced foot specialist at ORA Orthopedics in the Quad Cities. ORA’s Foot and Ankle Center of Excellence is the largest and most comprehensive provider of foot and ankle orthopedic care in the Bettendorf, IA, Moline, IL, Davenport, IA, and Clinton, IA, area. Our podiatrists offer a variety of leading-edge treatments, including non-surgical therapies and minimally invasive procedures that can speed the recovery process and get you back on your feet as soon as possible.
We stand tall thanks to our feet and ankles, which carry the weight of our bodies as more than 100 bones, ligaments, tendons and muscles work together to support us. As such, our feet and ankles are particularly susceptible to injury and other problems. From conservative treatment for sprains and sports injuries to surgery for bunions and fractures, an ORA board-certified foot specialist works together with our outstanding team to get you back to work, home and the activities you enjoy most.
When you are an ORA Orthopedics patient in the Quad City community, your foot and ankle surgeon can provide the latest therapies and treatments to address a wide variety of conditions, including ankle sprains and fractures, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendon ruptures and tendonitis, arch pain, bunions, heel pain, flat foot, claw and hammer toes, and diabetic neuropathy.
A ORA foot and ankle specialist will perform a thorough evaluation, provide an accurate diagnosis and design a treatment plan with the goal to get you back on your feet as soon as possible. If you would like to schedule an appointment with a foot specialist at ORA Orthopedics, contact our friendly staff today. We are proud to care for patients of all ages in the Quad Cities.
DeWitt High School athlete, Josh Lippens, is back on the football field after his successful Tailor’s bunion surgery at ORA Orthopedics.
Davenport runner, Rebecca Kozlik, is able to hit the pavement once again thanks to the effective treatment called Dry Needling.
Following a basketball injury, WQAD’s James Zahara went to ORA for a swollen ankle and found out it was more than a sprain.
Playing pickleball and golf during retirement took a toll on James Van De Casteele, so he turned to ORA for Total Ankle Replacement.