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Reconstructive Ankle and Foot Clinic in Milwaukee, WI

Foot Deformities Treatment

Welcome to Advanced Foot and Ankle of Wisconsin, a leading destination for comprehensive foot and ankle care in Milwaukee. With a commitment to providing excellence in care, we treat every patient with the utmost compassion and respect, making you feel like a part of our family.

At our practice, we successfully treat over 12,000 patients each year, helping individuals regain their mobility and find relief from structural issues of the feet. Our experienced team of podiatrists is dedicated to delivering prompt, expert care, ensuring that you receive the attention and treatment you deserve.

We understand that accessibility is key, especially when dealing with foot pain. That's why we offer telehealth appointments, allowing you to consult with our specialists from the comfort of your own home. This convenient option ensures that you receive timely and effective care, even from a distance.

When it comes to foot and ankle pain, we excel at finding solutions where others may fall short. Our expertise and advanced treatments enable us to fix foot and ankle pain that others can't. Trust the best foot specialist Milwaukee has to offer to help you get back on your feet.



Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Specialist in Wisconsin

Foot Reconstruction Surgery & Nonsurgical Correction

Heel pain can be caused by a variety of conditions, each requiring specific treatments to alleviate discomfort and restore mobility. At our clinic, we specialize in diagnosing and treating heel pain associated with the following conditions:

  • Hammer Toe: Hammer toe is a condition where one or more toes become bent at the middle joint, resulting in pain and discomfort. Treatment options for hammer toe may include wearing proper footwear, using orthotic devices, or performing toe exercises. In severe cases of hammer toes, surgery may be necessary.
  • High Arches: A high arch condition refers to an abnormally high arch in the foot, which can put excessive pressure on the heel. Treatment for high arches typically involves wearing supportive shoes or orthotic inserts to provide stability and reduce heel pain.
  • Low Arch Flat Foot: Low arch flat foot, also known as fallen arches or overpronation, occurs when the arch of the foot collapses, leading to heel pain. Treatment options for low arch flat feet may include supportive footwear, custom-made orthotics, physical therapy exercises, and in some cases, surgery.

At our clinic, we offer a comprehensive range of treatments tailored to address these specific conditions. Our team of specialists will work closely with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that targets the underlying cause of your heel pain and helps you find relief. 

Contact us today to schedule an appointment and take the first step towards resolving your heel pain.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know if I need flat feet correction?

You might need flat feet correction if you experience symptoms such as pain or discomfort in your feet, ankles, or legs, or if you have difficulty performing certain activities due to flat arches. It's best to consult with a healthcare professional or podiatrist to assess your specific situation and determine if flat feet correction is necessary for you.

Is toe reconstruction surgery always necessary for hammertoe or bunion correction?

Toe reconstruction surgery is not always necessary for hammertoe or bunion correction. The need for surgery depends on the severity of the condition and the individual's specific circumstances. It is best to consult with a medical professional to determine the appropriate course of action.

Does insurance cover hammer toes surgery and other common procedures?

When a procedure is deemed medically necessary, it is possible for insurance to cover the cost of hammertoe surgery and other related procedures. However, coverage can vary depending on many factors such as policy language, employer benefits, deductible amounts and more. 

Advanced Foot and Ankle of Wisconsin is proud to accept insurance from a range of providers, but we recommend talking to your insurance provider about what is covered under your policy before seeking treatment. If you need help navigating your insurance coverage, we’re happy to assist you.

How can I get started with the best foot surgeon near me?

At Advanced Foot and Ankle of Wisconsin, we seek to make the appointment scheduling process as simple as possible. Visit our easy-to-use online form. We look forward to helping you get back on your feet.

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