Overview

Heel, Foot & Ankle

The complete end part of our body is a remarkably complex biological device, yet the heel, foot and ankle don’t usually get the same attention and care as other parts of our body do. Despite this, our feet contain one fourth of the body’s bones, and about 80% of people will suffer from foot related problems during their lifetime.

Overview

Heel, Foot & Ankle

The complete end part of our body is a remarkably complex biological device, yet the heel, foot and ankle don’t usually get the same attention and care as other parts of our body do. Despite this, our feet contain one fourth of the body’s bones, and about 80% of people will suffer from foot related problems during their lifetime.

No Appointments Necessary

No Appointments Necessary

Walk-ins are always welcome, or schedule an appointment to reserve a time.

Fast and Specialized

Fast and Specialized

Skip the emergency room wait and receive more specialized attention than at an urgent care center.

Uniquely Certified

Uniquely Certified

Ranking at the top 1% in medical certifications, our doctors are trusted medical directors for the NBA and MLB.

No Appointments Necessary

Walk-ins Welcome

Walk-ins are always welcome, or schedule an appointment to reserve a time.

Fast and Specialized

Fast and Specialized

Skip the emergency room wait and receive more specialized attention than at an urgent care center.

Uniquely Certified

Uniquely Certified

Ranking at the top 1% in medical certifications, our doctors are trusted medical directors for the NBA and MLB.

Heel, Foot & Ankle

About

Along with the ankles and heels, our feet provide stability to our bodies and are essential to locomotion. If anything goes wrong with the different parts that form these structures, pain can result. There is no specific reason as to why heel, foot or ankle pain occurs. However, common problems which show similar symptoms include sprains, plantar fasciitis, diabetic neuropathy, tendinitis, hammertoe, tarsal tunnel syndrome. Taking an X-ray of the foot is the first step towards improvement. But treatment is dependent on the part of the foot that is  injured, and where the pain is located. 

Common causes for heel, foot and ankle pain:

• Sprains and Strains

• Plantar Fasciitis

• Tendinitis

• Diabetic Neuropathy

• Hammertoe

• Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

Dr. Fabian Morales

Dr. Fabian Morales

M.D., MS, CAQSM

Dr. Fabian Morales is one of only a handful of physicians in the United States to be double board-certified in both Sports Medicine and Emergency Medicine and certified to practice Age Management Medicine. In addition to the acute management of orthopedic injuries and illnesses, Dr. Morales provides a full spectrum of orthopedic care including diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound, fracture management and regenerative non-surgical orthopedics. Dr. Morales has significant experience at the highest levels of professional sports including serving as Medical Director for Event Medical Services at the National Basketball Association. He provides medical coverage for elite level athletes domestically and internationally including NBA Global Games, NBA finals, All Star Games and NBA basketball camps. He has also served as medical director for USA Boxing where he provided medical coverage at ringside for youth and adult boxing matches.

Dr. Morales has a special interest in non surgical orthopedics and Age Management for patients and athletes throughout their lives. He is a pioneer in the use of Orthobiologic treatments for a variety of orthopedic conditions frequently found only in major universities.

A graduate of the Rutgers Medical School, Dr. Morales completed a residency at Jacobi Medical Center at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and a fellowship at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA where he served as a team physician for Major League Baseball’s Pittsburgh Pirates.

Dr. Morales has been core faculty at the Sports Medicine fellowship at North Shore/LIJ Hofstra School of Medicine in New York and is the current supervisor of the Orthopedic and Sports Medicine rotation at the Emergency Medicine residency program at Kendall Regional Hospital in Miami. He has done multiple presentations and lectures on sports medicine and anti-aging as well as having multiple publications in the field. He has also been interviewed multiple times in television and print on topics relating to sports medicine.

Dr. Morales has been a life long athlete and participates in Mixed Martial Arts and CrossFit/Interval Training.

Dr. Morales is a native Spanish speaker and fluent in both English and Spanish.

Dr. Michael Rosselli

Dr. Michael Rosselli

M.D., MPH, CAQSM, FAAEM

Dr. Michael Rosselli is one of only a handful of physicians in the United States board-certified in both Sports Medicine and Emergency Medicine. As such, he is uniquely qualified to provide care to the acutely injured on the field, in the emergency department and in the office. Dr. Rosselli has significant experience in the treatment of orthopedic injuries at all levels, including at the top level of professional sports. Dr. Rosselli serves as Medical Director for Event Medical Services at the National Basketball Association where he provides medical coverage at NBA All-Star Games and at both international and domestic basketball camps. He has been the Medical Director for such diverse sporting events such as The King of the Cage Mixed Martial Arts, the Western Athletic Conference College Basketball Tournament and team physician for the Lingerie Football League, the Las Vegas Wranglers and the Las Vegas Locos. He also served as the Sports Medicine Specialist and Medical Opinion Blogger for the Sports Nutrition Proline of Everlast.

Dr. Rosselli specializes in non surgical orthopedics and in the latest cutting edge Orthobiologic treatments for a variety of orthopedic conditions frequently found only in major universities.

A graduate of Memorial University School of Medicine, he completed his residency at Columbia University Roosevelt Hospital in New York City. Subsequently, he completed his fellowship in Sports Medicine at New York University North Shore/LIJ. Dr. Rosselli has also earned a Master of Public Health (MPH) from Hunter College in New York City.

Dr. Rosselli currently serves as a Core Faculty member and is the Director of Musculoskeletal Medicine in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach. He has published numerous articles and has lectured nationally on various topics in both emergency medicine and sports medicine.

A lifelong athlete, Dr. Rosselli is an avid participant in CrossFit and amateur boxing.