Foot & Ankle Care Blog

They Grow Up So Fast—And So Do Their Feet

Blink and you’ll miss it. That’s parenthood for you. One day, you’re holding your child for the first time. The next, you’re sending them off for their first day of school, or teaching them to drive, or helping them get over their first breakup. While you’re watching...

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How to Recover from Foot Surgery

If you’ve just had foot surgery, the hard work is only half over. While the skill of your surgeon is probably the single most important component of a successful procedure, how you recover and rehab from your operation is also critical. You and your doctor are a team!...

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Women’s Foot Health

May is perhaps one of the best months. Why? Well, in a typical year: It’s finally safe to break out summer gear. (Although, we all know fellow Wisconsinites who proudly sport their shorts while shoveling or running the snowblower in the winter…) Milwaukee Public...

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Fear the Deer – Not Heel Pain!

The team certainly has had its ups and downs this season, but—at least at the time we’re writing this—our Bucks are on pace to make the NBA playoffs for the second year in a row. Given the number of games remaining, the team could mathematically still (barely) end up...

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Heel Health for ALL Milwaukee Seasons

Unlike other areas of the country, we obviously have four distinct seasons here in Southeastern Wisconsin. This means local residents can enjoy a wide range of activities throughout the entire year. In Milwaukee, we have a vibrant, active community of residents who...

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Ingrown Toenail Pain Relief

There’s a big reason ingrown toenails are very common: anyone with toenails can potentially be affected. Some medical conditions tend to be more common for certain demographics—bunions for women, Achilles tendinitis for men, osteoarthritis for seniors, etc.—but this...

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Is Heel Pain in Children Normal?

As we discuss child heel pain a little more in-depth—since we could basically answer whether or not heel pain in children is normal in a single word (“no”)—it’s important to keep in mind that pain is never normal!  If anyone in your family—child or adult—is...

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What to Look for in a Child’s Walk

Parents naturally want two things for their children – health and happiness. The fact of the matter is that the two can be more related than people usually consider. (There’s a reason the word “miserable” is so often associated with illnesses, after all.) It’s easy...

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