Dr. Christine M. Ellie, DPM is New York Bone & Joint Specialists’ foot and ankle surgeon, and one of NYC’s best podiatrists. A nationally respected ankle specialist, she excels in the treatment of ankle pain and arthroscopic ankle surgery.
At every stage of treatment, she’ll provide you with comprehensive orthopedic ankle care and complete commitment to your recovery. If you need an ankle doctor in NYC, Dr. Ellie provides top-notch orthopedic care for a range of active patients, from professional athletes to rec league enthusiasts. In addition, orthopedic surgeons Dr. Rupesh Tarwala, MD and Dr. Leon E. Popovitz, MD also treat ankle injuries, allowing patients a variety of treatment options for any condition.
Each of the New York Bone & Joint centers bring together expert specialists across multiple fields of orthopedic surgery, all of whom display the same level of dedication to the wellbeing of their patients. The ultimate goal of New York Bone & Joint Specialists is to provide impeccable care and peace of mind to every single patient we treat.
Why Choose NJ Bone & Joint Foot Specialists?
- Access to world-class joint specialists
- Compassionate and comprehensive care for a range of conditions, from diagnosis to recovery
- Conservative treatment coupled with expert surgical interventions ensure a complete recovery for every patient
What We Treat
Ankle Sprains and Strains – A sprain affects the ligaments that connect bones, while a strain affects the tendons that connect muscle to bone. Both generally respond well to conservative treatments, including rest, icing, compression, and physical therapy.
Ankle Fractures – An ankle fracture is a break in any of the bones in the ankle. It can usually be treated with conservative measures such as casting and physical therapy, but in more severe cases, a surgical procedure may be necessary.
Ankle Arthritis – Arthritis can affect a number of joints in the foot, leaving them swollen and painful. A proactive treatment plan can effectively eliminate the symptoms and help patients stay on their feet.