To Our Patients:

Delaware Foot and Ankle Group is offering TeleMedicine visits for your convenience. Please call 302-834-3575 for more details. 

If you have a fever or feel sick, please stay home and we will gladly reschedule your appointment when you are feeling better. We are OPEN to serve your foot and ankle needs.   

Welcome to Delaware Foot and Ankle Group.

A specialty group providing comprehensive care of the foot and ankle with a focus on foot and ankle surgery, when necessary. Our group has been serving the needs of patients for over 30 years, including the diagnosis and treatment of all issues of the foot and ankle. Whether you're dealing with heel pain, hammertoes, bunions, plantar fasciitis, ball of foot pain, ingrown toenails, an ankle sprain, tendonitis, or you're in need of foot surgery; we are here to help. Delaware Foot and Ankle Group has been rated multiple times in Delaware Today's Top Docs.

Our group serves patients and has office locations throughout the state of Delaware including: Wilmington, Newark, Glasgow, and Middletown. 

With affiliations at Christiana Care Health System, St Francis Hospital, and outpatient surgery centers including; the Center for Advanced Surgical Arts & Glasgow Surgery Center and Delaware Outpatient Center for Surgery (DOCS), our podiatrists/surgeons are able to serve all of our patients needs at convenient locations.

Serving Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey for over 30 years.

Phone: (302) 834-3575

Fax: (302) 834-4066

Our group includes doctors Ernest Troisi DPM, Jason Kline DPM and Anthony Caristo DPM

 **All Doctors Accepting New Patients **


Meet Our Doctors

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  • Ernest Troisi,
    Office Locations: Glasgow, Christiana, Wilmington, Middletown

    Dr. Troisi is a Diplomate and is Board Certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery.

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  • Anthony M. Caristo,
    Office Locations: Glasgow, Wilmington

    Dr. Anthony M. Caristo began his studies in medicine when he received a partial scholarship to attend The Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology.  

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  • Jason T. Kline,
    Office Locations: Glasgow, Wilmington, Middletown

    He is currently a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) and the Delaware Podiatric Medical Association (DPMA).

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    Weak ankles may be a result of previous ankle injuries, but in some cases they are a congenital (at birth) condition. The ankles are sore, and “give way” easily while standing, walking, or doing other activities. When an ankle is injured, it may take a few weeks to many months to fully heal. Often, ...

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    What is Turf Toe? Turf toe is a sprain of the big toe joint resulting from injury during sports activities. The injury usually results from excessive upward bending of the big toe joint. The condition can be caused from either jamming the toe, or repetitive injury when pushing off repeatedly when running ...

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  • Webbed Toes

    Webbed toes (also known as syndactyly) is a rare condition seen in approximately one in 2,000 births. Those with this condition have two or more toes that are partially or fully joined by a flexible skin bridge.  Syndactyly most commonly affects the second and third toes, but it can occur between ...

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  • Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD)

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  • Fracture-Toe

    The structure of the foot is complex, consisting of bones, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Of the 26 bones in the foot, 19 are toe bones (phalanges) and metatarsal bones (the long bones in the midfoot). Fractures of the toe and metatarsal bones are common and require evaluation by a specialist. ...

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