Ascension Calumet Hospital

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Podiatrists at Ascension Calumet Hospital in Chilton, WI, deliver podiatry care for toe, foot and ankle conditions.

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Understanding the cause of your ankle and foot pain helps improve your overall health. Foot specialists at Ascension sites of care are here to help. We listen to understand you and your health concerns. Then, we work with you to create a care plan that’s right for you. 

Podiatry specialists for ankle and foot health

Podiatrists at Ascension Wisconsin offer non-surgical and surgical foot care for children and adults. Our care team delivers personalized care for your foot condition or injury. Common podiatry conditions include:

  • Ankle instability or fracture
  • Athlete’s foot
  • Bone and heel spur
  • Bunion, callus, corn and wart 
  • Diabetic neuropathy
  • Foot bone fracture
  • High arch and low arch feet
  • Ingrown and fungal toenail
  • Plantar fasciitis (heel pain)
  • Sprained ankle

Foot care services for the family

Foot care helps relieve pain in your feet and ankles and reduce stress on your knees and legs. Podiatrists specialize in care for your feet, toes and ankles. We offer personalized treatment options for children and adults. 

Symptoms of a foot condition may include limping, stabbing heel pain, numb and tingling feet, arthritic pain on the top and middle of the foot, or pressure pain from a bunion or hammertoe. Podiatrists specialize in minimally invasive treatments, such as joint injections, orthotic fittings and ankle braces, fungal and wound care, and prescribed exercises. 

Doctors of podiatry are also foot surgeons. At Ascension Wisconsin, we offer surgical treatment options for traumatic injuries and help improve how your feet and ankle joint function. Advanced surgical treatments include:

  • Ankle or toe joint replacement
  • Reconstruction surgery for ankle, foot or toe trauma
  • Removal of bone spurs or bunions