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Dr. Stephen D. Weissman

Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist)

Dr. Stephen D. Weissman is a top Orthopedist in Milwaukee, . With a passion for the field and an unwavering commitment to their specialty, Dr. Stephen D. Weissman is an expert in changing the lives of their patients for the better. Through their designated cause and expertise in the field, Dr. Stephen D. Weissman is a prime example of a true leader in healthcare. As a leader and expert in their field, Dr. Stephen D. Weissman is passionate about enhancing patient quality of life. They embody the values of communication, safety, and trust when dealing directly with patients. In Milwaukee, Wi, Dr. Stephen D. Weissman is a true asset to their field and dedicated to the profession of medicine.
49 years Experience
Dr. Stephen D. Weissman
  • Milwaukee, Wi
  • Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine
  • Accepting new patients

partial vs full joint replacment

A joint has two parts. In a total replacement both are replaced. In a partial only one side of the joint is replaced. They usually do not have to be redone.

Can heel spurs be treated?

Yes. The pain is usually not from the spur but from plantar fasciitis which is easily treated.

I feel slight numbness in my left foot. What could be the reason for this?

It could be one of many things causing this. You would need an exam to find out.

I have accidentally put excess weight on my operated foot and it's now swollen. Please help.

You should be seen and x-rayed to make sure everything is ok.

How are shin splints treated in children?

Shin splints in children are usually the result of an imbalance in the foot, i.e. a flat or pronated foot. Your child shuld be seen by a qualified foot specialist.

Can a fracture during childhood cause problems 10 years later?

Usually not, as long as it heals in the proper position.

Does a sprain require me to be on bedrest?

It depends upon what you damaged internally.. Sprains can be mild or can mean that something is torn inside.

What is clubfoot and how is it treated?

It is a birth deformity in which the foot is stuck in an improper position from birth. It is usually severe and may need surgery or serial casts to correct.