At Third Coast Foot and Ankle, our award-winning podiatrists are partners in your family’s quest for optimal podiatric health. Whether you or your child are facing heel and arch pain, sports injuries, ingrown toenails, bunions, diabetic foot concerns, or another podiatry challenge, our expertise, personalized treatment plans, cutting-edge technology, and advanced therapies are here for you every step of the way.

Non-Surgical TreatmentsNon-Surgical Treatments

Our skilled Greater Milwaukee area podiatrists offer a wide range of non-surgical treatment options at our New Berlin and Oak Creek offices. We are committed to providing accessible foot and ankle care to all patients and have a wide range of treatment methods to meet different needs. Whether you’re seeking treatment for plantar fasciitis pain or need help recovering from a sports injury, you can expect a personable and considerate experience every step of the way.

Children's Foot CareChildren's Foot Care

While there is no reason to panic when you notice an abnormality in your toddler’s foot, ankle, or walking gait, it is important that you seek the advice of a podiatrist sooner rather than later. At Third Coast Foot and Ankle, the earlier we can start interventions when there is a problem like flat feet or toe walking, the more successful the outcome is likely to be.

If you suspect that your child’s feet are not developing normally, don’t hesitate to reach out to one of our greater Milwaukee area podiatry offices for a pain-free assessment. We love treating children and always take a gentle, conservative approach.

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Diabetic Foot CareDiabetic Foot Care

People with diabetes don't often think of including a podiatrist on their health care team, but given the risk of foot amputations caused by diabetes, it's a good idea to consult a foot specialist. At Third Coast Foot and Ankle, we provide preventative care as well as treatment of chronic wounds for patients with diabetes in our Oak Creek and New Berlin offices.

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, consider adding our podiatrist to your health management plan. We will ensure that your feet are healthy and eliminate the chance that you might one day need to have a foot amputated.

Foot DeformitiesFoot Deformities

Discomfort and mobility problems caused by foot deformities such as bunions, hammer toes, flat feet, and high arches can often be relieved with conservative treatment from a podiatrist. When these methods don’t work, a surgical option might be considered. Either way, you don’t have to live with the pain and instability caused by a foot deformity.

Our podiatrists are skilled at diagnosing and treating common foot deformities, regardless of what caused them. Reach out to our office in Oak Creek or New Berlin to find out how we can help you.

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Heel & Arch PainHeel & Arch Pain

Experiencing pain in the heels and arches is common among athletes and older people, but what's causing the condition can vary greatly from person to person. At Third Coast Foot and Ankle, we identify the underlying cause of your heel or arch pain and design a custom treatment plan to address it.

You do not have to live with chronic pain. In fact, you really shouldn't grin and bear it. Visit one of our Milwaukee-area offices to schedule a complete assessment of your feet and to learn about our cutting-edge, non-invasive treatment options.

Skin & NailsSkin & Nails

You might be embarrassed by your thick, yellow toenails or unsightly plantar warts, but you should also be worried about the underlying cause. Many skin and nail conditions that we just think are ugly are actually caused by infections and should be treated by a doctor.

If you have thick, yellow toenails, ingrown toenails, cracked feet, or several plantar warts, don’t put off seeing a podiatrist any longer. Treatment of these conditions will not only improve the look of your feet and toenails, but it could also rid you of a dangerous bacterial or fungal infection.

Sports InjuriesSports Injuries

Any level of activity—from recreational exercise to competitive athletics—can lead to what podiatrists consider to be a sports injury. Whether it is a sudden sprain or a cumulative injury caused by chronic overuse, when physical activity causes you to hurt your foot or ankle, you need a podiatrist who treats sports injuries.

At Third Coast Foot and Ankle, we provide comprehensive care to all ages and levels of athletes. If you are suffering from Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, or ligament tears, we are your one-stop shop for diagnosis and cutting-edge treatment.

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