Foot and Ankle Orthopaedic Treatment in Milwaukee, Wis.
The Foot and Ankle Program of Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin offers unparalleled orthopaedic care for disorders of the foot and ankle. As a leading foot and ankle program in Wisconsin and the upper Midwest, our nationally recognized orthopaedic surgeons and staff provide comprehensive, collaborative treatment for conditions ranging from the commonplace to the complex.
Learn more about the foot and ankle conditions treated through the Foot and Ankle Program.
Physician Expertise Leads to Better Results
The Foot and Ankle Program is unmatched in Wisconsin with fellowship-trained orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeons who dedicate their entire practice to treating foot and ankle disorders. Our multidisciplinary approach means that physicians and other medical professionals from a variety of fields work together to coordinate care.
Orthopaedic surgeons, sports medicine physicians, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, rheumatologists, endocrinologists, vascular surgeons, radiologists, orthopaedic nurses, physical therapists and researchers work together to provide the best patient care. They draw upon the resources of Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin, one of the leading academic medical centers in the country. This kind of coordinated care means greater convenience and better outcomes for patients.
Other Advantages in Foot and Ankle Care
As part of our comprehensive care, the Foot and Ankle Program provides patients with resources not readily available elsewhere. We understand the many services patients need and strive to provide them with the utmost convenience and expertise.
- Diagnostic skills – Specialized physicians and staff, state-of-the art technology and the experience of a high-volume program make the Foot and Ankle Program a leader in the diagnosis of complex foot and ankle disorders.
- Comprehensive treatment options – A full range of options are offered, from non-surgical treatments to the latest surgical options available. Patients have access to Primary Foot Care Clinics, orthotic and prosthetic services, a Wound Care Clinic and rehabilitation services.
- International research and treatment leadership – The Foot and Ankle Program, in coordination with Marquette University, offers patients unique diagnostic services through the Human Motion Analysis Lab or “Gait Lab.” One of the few of its kind in the state and an international research leader, the lab provides analysis that helps pinpoint patient issues with walking and motion.
- Best-practice care from those who develop and teach it –Through post-graduate fellowship programs at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Foot and Ankle Program physicians share their knowledge and expertise with other physicians who want to specialize in this aspect of patient care. When under the care of national leaders in educating and developing the next generation of physicians, patients benefit from the latest best practices in clinical care, quality and technology.