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Cumberland Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, PLLC welcome a new surgeon, Dr. Collin E. Ball.
Ball is a surgical foot and ankle specialist, and will offer services in the following areas:
• Achilles Tendon Disorders
• Acquired and Congenial Disorders
• Adult and Children’s Deformities
• Ankle Sprains and Instability
• Arthritis and Bone Spurs
• Biomechanical and Gait Exams
• Bunions and Crooked Toes
• Cysts and Soft Tissue Masses
• Diabetic Foot Care
• Emergencies and Trauma
• Flat Feet Pain • Fracture Care
• Heel and Arch Pain
• Infection (Soft tissue and bone)
• Nerve and Circulation Problems
• Neuromas and Pinched Nerves
• Non-Healing Wounds • Skin Problems (Warts, Callus, Corns)
• Sports Injuries and Arthroscopy
• Tendon Disorders and Tears
• Toenail Conditions
• Work Injuries
Ball is a board-qualified foot and ankle specialist who completed a 3-year surgical residency in both reconstructive foot and rearfoot/ankle surgery (PMS 36 Type) at Norton/Kosair Children’s Hospital and the University of Louisville Medical Center, a Level I Orthopedic and Fracture Trauma Center. Ball received his undergraduate degree at the University of Kentucky in Lexington and attended medical school at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Cleveland.
Ball is a Corbin resident who returns home to live and dedicate his practice full-time to all types of foot and ankle problems, with an emphasis on sports injuries, corrective surgery and an early return to function.
Ball will have affiliations with hospitals and surgical centers in London, Corbin and Somerset.
He has additional training in ankle arthroscopy, endoscopic procedures, microsurgical repair and joint replacement.
Dr. Patrice Beliveau, Dr. Jean-Maurice Page, Dr. Ronald K. Belhasen and Dr. Wallace K. Huff, Jr. would like to welcome Ball to Cumberland Orthopedics. If you have any questions, please contact Vonda Martin, Director of Public Relations, Cumberland Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine, PLLC, 606-864-0770 ext. 145, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Web site is: www.cumberlandortho-sportsmed.com.
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