• Podiatry

    Foot Health Is Good Health

  • Your foot is strong, flexible and functional, yet foot problems are among the most common health problems. The human foot is complex, containing 26 bones, 33 joints and a network of more than 100 tendons, muscles, ligaments, blood vessels and nerves. An average day of walking brings a force equal to several hundred tons to bear on your feet. That's why it is important to take good care of your feet, and to see your podiatrist if you are experiencing any foot or ankle pain.

  • Conditions We Treat

    Froedtert South provides services to treat the following conditions.

    • • The diabetic foot
    • • Foot infections
    • • Foot ulcers
    • • Soft tissue problems
    • • Arch pain
    • • Bunions
    • • Bone spurs
    • • Hammertoes
    • • Neuromas
    • • Heel spurs
    • • Plantar fasciitis
    • • Soft tissue masses
    • • Tailor's bunions
    • • Athlete's foot
    • • Corns and calluses
    • • Fungal toe nails
    • • Warts
    • • Neurological and vascular conditions affecting the foot and ankle
  • With diabetes, your feet are at risk for complication that may lead to amputation

    Treatment and referral to a podiatrist can reduce amputation rates related to diabetes by 45-85%. Maintain a comprehensive foot care program that includes an annual podiatric exam with risk assessment foot care education and preventative therapy.

    • Did you Know...

      Medicare allows for your toenails to be trimmed by a podiatrist every 61 days?

      Medicare will allow for a pair of diabetic shoes to be custom made by your podiatrist every year?

      Call (262)656-FEET to find out more
  • Meet Our Doctors

    • Antonio Montemurro, D.P.M.

      Dr. Antonio Montemurro completed his pre-med education at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and his medical school education at the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine followed by a three-year podiatric residency with an emphasis in reconstructive rearfoot/ankle surgery as Chief Surgical Resident at the Norwegian American Hospital Residency program in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Montemurro is a proud Kenosha native, having attended public school throughout his youth and having lived in Kenosha his entire life. Dr. Montemurro is currently accepting new patients.

      Learn more about Dr. Montemurro

    • Diana Rogers, D.P.M.

      Dr. Diana Rogers is a highly trained foot and ankle surgeon specializing in all aspects of podiatric medicine. She started her career in the medical field after attending Florida State University and graduating from Florida International University receiving a Bachelor's Degree in Sports Medicine with emphasis in Athletic Training. Dr. Rogers practiced as an Athletic Trainer for six years at the high school, university, and elite athlete levels. She continued her education, graduating from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery with a Master's in Biomedical Sciences and a Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine (DPM). She continued her training and completed a three-year surgical residency at Westside Regional Medical Center in Plantation, Florida. Dr. Rogers practices in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, specializing in all ailments involving the lower extremities including sports medicine, pediatrics, trauma, wound care, reconstruction, elective procedures and diabetic limb salvage. She is board certified in foot surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, as well as being trained to perform FDA-approved total ankle replacements. Dr. Rogers is currently accepting new patients.

      Learn more about Dr. Rogers