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  • UW Health podiatrists offer consultation, evaluation and treatment of simple and complex foot problems.
    Podiatrists evaluate and treat a variety of foot ailments including foot and heel pain, heel spurs, hammer toes, bunions, corns, calluses, ingrown toenails, plantar warts, plantar fasciitis, arthritis and tendinitis. Podiatrists may develop a physical therapy regimen or orthotic device, or recommend surgery, to treat the problem.
    • Evaluation and treatment of a wide range of foot ailments
    • Recommendation of physical therapy to relieve foot disorder
    • Development of orthotic devices to address problems
    • Referral to surgeons as needed