Dr. John Cory is an orthopedic surgeon in Scottsdale that treats foot and ankle problems in all age groups from infants to geriatrics, and his physical therapy practice includes congenital defects, trauma, degenerative and arthritic conditions. Dr. Cory's practice is further highly specialized in the treatment of sports foot and ankle injuries.
Any foot and ankle procedure is welcome to our office, but for the athlete’s we’ve found a deep passion for form and function. After all, you are committing your life to excelling and giving it your total mind and body. As an expert orthopedic surgeon in Scottsdale, Arizona, our physical therapy team is committed to getting you back to the sport you love. The AIM team has an extensive background in foot and ankle trauma, as well as sports and activity related injuries, to include overuse injuries. Dr. Cory has either previously served or currently operates as the team surgeon and/or consultant for these prestigious teams.
Dr. Cory feels it vital to give back by teaching the musculoskeletal and medical providers of the future and helping educate them in the art of human motion. He is a clinical professor of sports medicine, foot and ankle injuries, youth sports, and traumatic injuries in Orthopedics. We would also like to congratulate Andrew for recently being awarded the Graduate and Professional Student Association Athletic Research Grant through ASU.
Being an athlete, there are many injuries you might encounter throughout your career regardless of the sport. From extended periods of running to short bursts of acceleration accompanied by quick cutting, foot and ankle injuries for athletes can take many forms. It is always best to be prepared and know what the most common foot […]
With another week completed in the National Football League (NFL) 2018-2019 season, arguably the most profitable organization of professional sports, injuries have made appearances among round one draft picks like offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn and beloved franchise players such as Larry Fitzgerald. The NFL’s injury rate does not appear to be dropping anytime […]