Signs Orthotics Need Refurbishing

Signs Orthotics Need Refurbishing

Custom orthotics have many advantages when it comes to conservative treatment options, including the fact they are built to last. Unlike cheap, off-the-shelf shoe inserts—which often start to break down after only a couple of months—the durable custom devices we...
Myth vs. Reality – Wart Treatment & Prevention

Myth vs. Reality – Wart Treatment & Prevention

This might seem a little early in the year, but believe it or not, stores have been stocking up on Halloween merchandise for well over two months now! Of course, this upcoming holiday is usually quite full of the unbelievable. From movies about zombies to legends...
Types of Orthotics

Types of Orthotics

One of our main goals at Wisconsin Foot Center is to get you back to your favorite activities safely in the shortest possible amount of time. See, patients come to us because they are suffering from some form of foot pain. No matter if the pain comes from a soft...
Preparing for Foot or Ankle Surgery

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...
Does Your Child Need to See a Podiatrist?

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...
How Gait Affects Foot Health

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...

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