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(404) 806-3731
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2864 Johnson Ferry Rd, Suite 100
Marietta GA 30062

We Have Moved! 

We are excited to announce that our office has moved to a new location as of August 21, 2023. The new office is located at 2864 Johnson Ferry Road, Suite 100, Marietta, GA 30062. It is conveniently located at the corner of Johnson Ferry Road and Post Oak Tritt, just a few miles away from our current office. All appointments scheduled on or after August 21st will be held at the new location. We look forward to seeing you there!


What is Ollier’s Disease?

Ollier’s disease, or enchondromatosis, is a rare congenital disease of abnormal bone development due to cartilage overgrowth in the form of enchondromas, or benign, non-cancerous tumors. The limbs’ long bones and joint cartilage are affected by the disease, and the small bones and metatarsals of the hands and feet are common sites for the enchondromas to develop. The masses can also grow elsewhere in the body.
It is possible but not common for the tumors to become malignant, or cancerous. Most cases of Ollier’s disease remain benign and do not require treatment unless bone tissue is destroyed by quick-growing tumors. Then, the growths can be surgically removed.


The signs and indications in Ollier disease might be available during childbirth, yet regularly show up in the main decade of life. The principal side effect might be the presence of numerous hard masses (swellings) on a finger or a toe, a hilter kilter shortening of a limit with limping, or skeletal distortions which might be related to a hidden break. Enchondromas regularly happen in the appendage bones, particularly the bones of the hands and feet. Different bones that might be influenced incorporate the tibia, femur, fibula, humerus, pelvis, skull, ribs, and vertebrae.

The enchondromas may influence numerous bones and are normally lopsidedly dispersed, only or prevalently influencing one side of the body. Influenced bones are frequently abbreviated and disfigured. In a few, bone shortening might be the main perceptible manifestation. These bone shortenings are regularly connected with bone bowing and bending and may prompt restrictions in joint portability and muscle improvement.

Seeking Treatment

If you’ve been searching for podiatric surgeons for your foot and ankle needs, take time to meet with the Podiatry Group of Georgia. Our doctor has the experience and knowledge you need to help your feet and ankles feel their best. Give us a call today and set up an appointment for your initial consultation. Call us today

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