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Welcome to Foot and Ankle Specialists

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Introducing...

Dr. Thomas Paulick joined the practice July 1st, 2015. We are excited to now offer advanced reconstructive ankle procedures such as ankle/joint replacement and plastic surgery techniques for wound care.

Keeping Up With Technological Advances
  • Digital X-Ray: We are now offering digital X-Ray's. These provide rapid acquisition time, image enhancement, and low radiation.
  • Electronic Health Record: Online scheduling, patient portal allowing you access to your records.
  • Chronic Heel Pain: Ask us about the new minor surgical option, the Tenex-Minimally Invasive Percutaneous Plantar Fasciotomy.

We provide comprehensive foot and ankle care in a friendly environment that is responsive to the specific needs of our clients. 

We are here when you need us, and we always make your needs a priority. Our mission is to provide a more personal touch than a large hospital can provide, while also using our Wheaton-Franciscan affiliation to utilize cutting-edge foot and ankle diagnostic techniques and equipment. Doctors Matthew T. Larsen, Giuseppe Miceli, and Thomas A. Paulick's podiatric experience is matched by their dedication to client satisfaction. We believe this system combines the best of hospital and clinic treatment.

Some of our patients have been seeing us for over 20 years. Contact us and find out what makes Foot and Ankle Specialists' approach to podiatric care different.

Foot & Ankle Specialists of Racine

Ten Quick Foot Care Tips

  • Inspect Your Feet
    Make sure to inspect your feet daily.
  • Does The Shoe Fit?
    Be certain that your shoes fit with room to wiggle your toes.
  • Toe The Line
    Wash feet everyday and make sure that you dry them thoroughly.
  • Nail Care
    Always cut nails straight across and then smooth the edges with an emery board.
  • Do Not Self-Treat
    See a podiatrist for corns, calluses or ingrown toenails.
  • Prevent Cracking
    If your skin is dry, apply cream or petroleum jelly to feet and heels
  • Keep Circulation Flowing
    Try not to cross your legs when you sit down.
  • Keeping It Moderate
    Protect your feet from extremes in temperature.
  • Pump It Up
    Ask your healthcare professional about an exercise program that's right for you.
  • Last But Never Least
    It's so important to practice preventative care like the tips listed here, every day.

Learn More About Necessary Foot Care...


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