Foot & Ankle Care Blog

Preparing for Foot or Ankle Surgery

The goal here at Wisconsin Foot Center is always to exhaust conservative (non-surgical) treatment options when caring for any foot or ankle problem you might be experiencing. Fortunately, non-surgical care is often quite effective for providing the relief patients are...

read more

Does Your Child Need to See a Podiatrist?

Whether or not your child needs to see a podiatrist is something you might wonder when a son or daughter is having foot or ankle issues. On one hand, early treatment and intervention for certain medical conditions can prevent long-term problems. On the other, some...

read more

How Gait Affects Foot Health

Even though it sounds like a highly technical term, “biomechanics” simply refers to the way that living beings (including you) move. Every one of us relies on countless biomechanical processes to do, well, pretty much everything we do on a daily basis. Even reading...

read more

How Custom Orthotics Help Pain from the Feet Up

As with any profession, podiatrists use many different “tools” to achieve results for you. Naturally, the specific tool we use depends on the task at hand (or, more accurately, foot!). Custom orthotics are one such option that resolve painful conditions for our...

read more

Why Your Heel Hurts After Exercise

There are always an abundance of exercise and physical activity options in southeastern Wisconsin no matter the season. With summer finally upon us, though, more Wisconsinites are running, playing rec sports, and just getting outdoors than at other times of the year....

read more

Why Your Teen’s Heel Hurts

Our youth here in Milwaukee County are fortunate to have a wide array of sport options. Sports and other physical activities provide countless benefits in so many different areas. It’s easy to think about the physical ones—working out is obviously important for...

read more

Fix Your Bunion with Surgery

Medical professionals—in our field of podiatry and otherwise—prefer to use conservative treatment options whenever possible. The good news about this is the fact we have many nonsurgical methods that may take away the symptoms and resolve certain problems...

read more

Smart Shoe Choices for Your Child

It won’t be long until kids are enjoying their summer vacation. Hopefully, this means they’ll be active, and not just staying indoors playing video games, watching shows on Netflix, or wasting time online. (As with virtually anything in life, those...

read more

Pin It on Pinterest