Ankle Injury/Condition

Ankle Injury/Condition

Dixie MacNeil

On the morning of December 24, 2014 my husband and I stepped out of the taxi and shouldered our packs at the foot of the canyon we would hike up on the first day of a six-day hiking trip in the Canary Islands. Ten minutes later, I stepped in a hole and broke my ankle in two places. After spending a day of getting immediate care I was given an open cast in order to fly back to the U.S. to get surgery. As you can imagine, dealing with holiday airline schedules and medical clearance to travel was not fun; I wasn’t able to get back to the United States until December 28th. 

Denzel DeVall

On October 5, 2014, I ran onto the field at Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium with adrenaline pumping through my body. Ole Miss had a real good offense, but that is why we had been practicing. They had so many quick backs and ran read sweep and read zone, but we were prepared. We came to play football - call a play, execute it and play hard. 

Ken Wright

Having chronic ankle and foot pain, I chose Dr. Waldrop to operate on my left ankle in 2013. With tremendous success, I am able to return to normal activity. In December of 2015, I again chose Dr. Waldrop to operate on my right ankle.

This "World-Class Surgeon" is not only an outstanding surgeon, but wonderful person. Also, special thanks to his medical staff for all of their kindness and encouragement. They are the BEST!

Dr. Ken Wright, AT Ret.
NATA Hall of Fame, 2014 

Beverly Roth

Many thanks for the most excellent care given me, following my adventuresome ankle fracture in March. From my very first call to your office, which Katie handled with compassion, promptness, and professionalism; through surgery; through cast changes and check-ups; through referral to a very gifted and encouraging physical therapist, you and your staff have set the bar for orthopedic excellence. I am very grateful to have been returned the use of my left ankle.