On-site Physical Rehab and X-rays

No matter the foot and ankle condition that you suffer from, you’ll be pleased to know that our state-of-the-art facilities at Orthopedic Associates of Cape Coral allow us to offer the convenience of on-site x-rays, as well as, on-site physical rehab.

Whether you suffer from flat feet, foot drop, ankle arthritis, or a sudden ankle injury such as an ankle sprain or fracture, these types of foot conditions often make it difficult for a person to get around and we understand that. That is why we offer on-site x-rays and physical rehab therapy services!

On-site X-rays

Total Ankle Joint Replacement Orthopedic Associates of Southwest FloridaIt’s important to us that our patients be able to receive the quickest most efficient care and by offering on-site x-rays, you don’t have to hobble down the road or across town.

At the Florida Center for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction, we go one step further and have the ability to perform weightbearing x-rays.  Weightbearing x-rays are needed because the foot and ankle alignment can change significantly when placing weight on them.

When planning reconstructive surgery, it is essential to understand how the foot and ankle are functioning preoperatively and we can do this with weightbearing x-rays. These findings are critical to the surgical plan.

On-site Physical Rehab at Orthopedic Associates of Cape Coral

The Florida Center for Foot and Ankle Reconstruction also offers the convenience of on-site physical rehab at our Orthopedic Associates of Cape Coral office. Our Physical Therapists treat a number of various conditions from musculoskeletal to neuromuscular.

Patients who choose to utilize our on-site physical therapy services will appreciate that:

  • Patients are seen one-on-one by a licensed physical therapist
  • Our Physical Therapists work directly with Dr. Black communicating your progress and challenges regularly to help you achieve the quickest possible ankle and foot recovery
  • Our Physical Therapists work collaboratively with Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
  • We utilize manual therapy combined with modalities for a safe return to activities of daily living, recreation, and/or work

The Physical Therapy Staff


Our Physical Therapists and Physcial Therapist Assistants are knowledgeable in all conditions related to the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems.  Physical therapists are educated in the entire human body and treat a number of conditions including but not limited to:

  • shoulder
  • hip
  • knee
  • foot and ankle conditions either surgical or non-surgical, neuromuscular including post CVA and balance impairments
  • spine disabilities including herniating discs/stenosis
  • elbow and hand dysfunctions including epicondylitis/dequervains