- Conditions & Treatments
Dr. Mark Mikhael is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with subspecialty fellowship training in foot and ankle surgery. His practice focuses on the management of all musculoskeletal conditions of the foot and ankle in adolescents and adults. He is dedicated to providing comprehensive foot and ankle care to his patients from the toenail to the knee.
Dr. Mikhael completed his fellowship training at the University of California, Irvine. During his fellowship, Dr. Mikhael treated a variety of conditions from complex traumatic injuries to chronic conditions and deformities of the foot and ankle. He performed various surgical procedures from ankle arthroscopy to total ankle replacement. He is an active member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) and the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society.
Patient care should be individualized based on the patient’s level of activity, age, diagnosis and expectations. Dr. Mikhael applies this approach to his practice daily. He considers all treatment options, both surgical and nonsurgical, when caring for his patients. Dr. Mikhael also believes in treating his patients as he would members of his family; a philosophy etched into his practice by his mentors from residency.
Conditions Dr. Mark Mikhael treats:
- Sports related injuries of the foot and ankle
- Tendon disorders of the foot and ankle
- Fracture care
- Chronic injuries and failed surgeries
Treatments Dr. Mark Mikhael Routinely Performs:
- Achilles tendon repair
- Bunion, bunionette, claw toe/hammer toe correction
- Ankle Ffusion (traditional and arthroscopic techniques)
- Ankle arthroscopy & reconstruction
- Repair of fractures of the foot and ankle
- Neuroma excision
- Osteotomy for deformity correction
- Tarsal tunnel release
- Tendon transfers
- Toenail ablation
- Total ankle replacement
Podium Presentation, International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery 2012: The Correlation of HbA1c levels and Postoperative Wound Infection in Patients Undergoing Elective Orthopaedic Surgery, March 2012.
Podium Presentations, International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery 2011 and Western Orthopaedic Association 2011: The Accuracy of Placement of Artificial Discs in the Lumbar Spine With Fluoroscopy: Which anatomic landmark is best for midline placement? July 2011, March 2011.