Our fellowship-trained orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeons and board-certified podiatrists dedicate their entire practice to treating foot and ankle disorders. As a leading program in Wisconsin and the upper Midwest, we provide comprehensive, collaborative treatment ranging from ingrown toenails to ankle replacements.
You don't have to live with foot pain or ankle pain. Our podiatrists and surgeons will work with you to determine the source of the pain and create a care plan centered around you. Some of the conditions we treat and services we offer include:
- Foot and ankle arthritis
- Ankle instability
- Ankle replacement
- Foot and ankle deformity reconstruction
- Achilles’ tendon disorders
- Sprains and fractures
- Heel pain/plantar fasciitis
- Tendinitis of the foot or ankle
- Flat foot
- Metatarsalgia/neuroma (affecting the ball of the foot or toes)
- Diabetic foot care and wound care
- Nail fungus
- Calluses and corns
- Ingrown toenails
What to Expect at Your Visit
Our providers will perform a careful examination and review your symptoms to gain an understanding of when you experience them and how they are affecting your quality of life. The latest diagnostic imaging, helps providers take a look at what might be happening with the bones and joints. If warranted, we have access to state-of-the-art advanced imaging techniques and comprehensive testing, such as electrodiagnostic (EMG) studies to check for nerve and muscle problems or our Gait Lab that allows us to track your foot and ankle movements.
Wide Range of Foot and Ankle Treatments
With so many resources, we are able to offer patients a wide variety of treatment options from conservative, nonsurgical options that may include physical therapy and rehabilitation to surgical treatments performed by our nationally known orthopaedic surgeons or surgical podiatrists. All treatment plans are personalized to ensure your needs and expectations are met.
Locations Near You
Find a podiatrist or orthopaedic surgeon at one of our health centers located right in your community or at one of our hospitals.
Physician Expertise Leads to Better Results
Our multidisciplinary approach engages physicians and other medical professionals from a variety of specialties to provide a coordinated patient care experience with superior outcomes.
Orthopaedic surgeons, podiatrists, sports medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, rheumatologists, endocrinologists, vascular surgeons, radiologists, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, orthopaedic nurses, physical therapists and researchers work together and draw upon resources from one of the country’s leading academic medical centers to provide greater convenience and better outcomes for patients.