Weil Foot & Ankle Institute has aimed to deliver the very best in comprehensive podiatric medicine for over 50 years. While WFAI originated in Chicago, we are now proud to offer services to Wisconsin patients with our podiatry practice in Kenosha, WI.
At WFAI, you are not just another patient. Our podiatrists in Kenosha, WI understand that you should not be treated as just another patient, because you are an individual with a unique set of needs and circumstances. This is why all our podiatrists emphasize consultative medicine, in which your podiatrist takes your needs and input into account. It is important to us that you feel involved in our care.
Our podiatrists breadth of experience covers a wide array of podiatric conditions, including arthritis, bunions, corns and calluses, flat feet, heel pain, hammertoe and claw toe, ingrown toenails, toenail fungus, neuromas and all manner of sports-related foot and ankle injuries. And if you are seeking care for your child, our podiatrists are also experienced in pediatric podiatry, and can help with issues like toe walking, in-toeing and out-toeing, frequent falls and other abnormal gait issues.
At WFAI, we understand the value of evidence-based medicine and scientific research. Thats why our physicians have authored multiple research studies in the field of podiatric medicine, advancing the field and bringing new knowledge to light. Our podiatrists in Kenosha, WI keep their board certifications up-to-date and are skilled in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery. However, surgery is a last resort at WFAI. This is because we want to heal your pain without causing additional damage whenever possible, so we focus first on restorative and conservative treatments. Regardless of what treatment method ends up working for you, our main goal is to treat your foot, heel, and ankle pain.
Our podiatry practice in Kenosha, WI is open five days a week (with certain Saturdays depending on the week). We have five exceptional podiatrists on staff, and we work hard to make your experience in our office as comfortable and stress-free as possible. Thats why we offer additional amenities like Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and even several retailers of foot and ankle products. You may find precisely what you need to treat your foot and ankle pain on the way out the door from your first podiatry appointment.
If you are ready to receive some of the best podiatry care in Wisconsin, take your first steps by calling 847-744-9373 or clicking Make an appointment. We are gladly accepting new patients for in-person and online appointments and we accept most major insurance plans.