Serving the Greater Kenosha and Racine communities
Including Northern Illinois
Rely on the podiatrists at Family Foot & Ankle Clinics of Wisconsin, LLC to help you with a variety of painful foot and ankle issues.
Learn more about how we can help you by checking out our informative frequently asked questions page.
Reasons To Care About Your Feet In Kenosha and Racine, WI
Podiatrists are there to help you with any problems associated with the feet, ankles and lower leg. They are experts in their field and can help treat medical conditions, such as arthritis and diabetes, as well as offer advice for shoes or prescribe an orthotic. Visiting these specialists will ensure that you receive help for arch or heel pain, as well as provide surgical options and more.
At Family Foot & Ankle Clinic of Wisconsin, we believe that your feet are your lifeline. Without them, you cannot walk, balance or move effectively. Because of such, our Dr. William Yoder offers medical and surgical needs for the Racine and Kenosha areas of WI.
The Many Reasons To Seek Podiatry
Podiatrists are there to help you with many things, including:
Tips for when you start a new running workout
Pain in the feet, heels and ankles
Treatment options to reduce pains
Help with choosing an orthotic
These doctors are experts and understand the needs of the feet and ankles better than anyone else. They can be doctors and surgeons, depending on your needs and their credentials. Our Dr. Yoder can provide both surgery and regular medical treatments, so you don’t have to get a referral to go somewhere else because he can do it all.
How We Help
We understand the need for podiatry and, as such, focus our care on the lower extremities. Surgeons can help with many severe medical problems, and our specialists can help with all means of podiatry needs, such as arch and heel treatment, arthritis problems and diabetic needs. Diabetics, especially, must take proper care of their feet to ensure they stay healthy and safe.
Request an appointment for Family Foot & Ankle Clinic of Wisconsin now.