Vincent J Staschiak DPM, Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist)
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Vincent J Staschiak DPM

Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist) | Foot & Ankle Surgery

7100 Graphics Way 3300 Lewis Center Ohio, 43035



Dr. Vincent Staschiak is a podiatrist practicing in Lewis Center, Ohio. Dr. Staschiak is a medical doctor specializing in the treatment of the foot , ankle and related parts of the leg. As a podiatrist, Dr. Staschiak diagnoses and treats conditions of the feet. The feet are key body parts that give a person stability, absorb shock, allow for walking and standing and are necessary for overall well-being. So, the feet need expert care. Podiatrists can specialize in surgery, wound care, sports medicine, diabetic care and pediatrics.

Education and Training

Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine D.P.M. 1997

Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio B.S.

Board Certification

PodiatryAmerican Board of Podiatric MedicineABPM

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Vincent J Staschiak DPM
Vincent J Staschiak DPM's Expert Contributions
  • Effective Pain Relief: Exploring the Benefits of ESWT for Plantar Fasciitis with One Treatment

    Are you tired of dealing with the excruciating pain of plantar fasciitis? Seeking effective pain relief that doesn't require invasive surgery or lengthy recovery times? Look no further than Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT).ESWT is gaining popularity as a non-invasive treatment option for...

  • Regenerative Medicine

    Regenerative MedicineRegenerative medicine is a way to keep a person off of drugs, out of surgery, and on their feet, all the while getting them to a pain-free life.At Mid-Ohio Foot and Ankle, we have been specializing in regenerative medicine for over 20 years with a 90+% success rate in resolving...

  • Causes and Resolution of Heel Pain

    Heel Pain is one of the most common conditions Podiatrists see on a daily basis. Heel pain, also called Plantar Fasciitis and can be a very debilitating condition especially as time goes on left untreated.CAUSES:The plantar fascial band of tissue through long term micro-trauma leads to the tissue...

  • Will my toe fracture heal on its own?

    As long as the fracture is within 3-5mm of the bone it should heal uneventfully. If after 6 weeks there is still pain with walking or shoes then you should have it x-rayed for possible fusion of the fracture or removal of the fragment. READ MORE

  • What is the best treatment for heel spurs?

    One treatment of High Intensity Ultrasonic Wave therapy. Not radial eswt which requires multiple sessions to help reduce your symptoms temporarily. Orthotripsy which is one treatment to resolve the calcification in the band of tissue called the plantar fascia. Heel Spurs themselves do not hurt, they are secondary to what is going on. steroid injections will weaken the band of tissue and can cause spontaneous rupture even though they offer short term relief. READ MORE

  • How painful is heel surgery?

    Depending on what type of procedure you are having done dictates the amount of pain afterwards. Either way you are going under anesthesia and then will be on pain pills for 1-2 weeks minimum and have moderate to severe pain depending on your pain tolerance levels. I do not recommend elective foot or ankle surgery as I specialize in regenerative medicine options that work better and keep you on your feet and get you pain-free. For 27 years I have been advocating against foot surgery as it is archaic. Find someone who specializes in regenerative medicine options. They are not covered by insurance but are performed regularly across Europe with great success. READ MORE

  • Is ankle joint surgery risky?

    Every surgery has its own risks. Depending on the type of ankle surgery you are having dictates the degree of risks. Ankle arthroscopy to clean the joint has minimal risks but does hasten the arthritis formation in the joint over time. If there is bone chips that need to be removed then further post-op treatments will be needed. I specialize in regenerative medicine for most treatments instead of surgery. Good luck. READ MORE

  • Infected area under foot - wart?

    Salicylic acid will cause a degradation of the skin giving a whitish appearance. However the area around the opening appears inflamed possibly from trying to cut the skin. Seek medical attention for an antibiotic pill as a topical will be insufficient. Call your family doctor and get an antibiotic. READ MORE

  • Will i always have a limp now

    With cellulitis, one has to figure out the reason for the infection and afterwards the sequelae can lead to long term swelling which will make the leg feel heavy and can also cause numbness in the feet. Wearing compression stockings to control the swelling is of great benefit during the day and can reduce the symptoms. I would recommend a vascular study to check for any damage to the vessels and then the treatment can begin depending on the cause. The limp will eventually go away with strengthening exercises of the legs muscles. Try strengthening the thigh muscles doing exercises found on line and control the swelling. Good Luck. READ MORE

  • How can I fix my heel pain?

    Try stretching, over the counter pain creams, inserts for your shoes, different shoes that offer more cushioning and finally if the pain persists then see a podiatrist for possible steroid injections, physical therapy but NEVER consider surgery. I specialize in Orthotripsy, a one time treatment for the resolution of chronic plantar fasciitis and achilles tendonitis. N o time off from work or activites. Go to to learn more. READ MORE

  • How can I relieve my heel pain?

    If you have tried the traditional methods for plantar fasciitis or achilles tendonitis such as stretching, inserts, physical therapy, anti-inflammatories and possibly steroid injections (which I refer to as internal band-aids) and you still have pain, you may want to consider Orthotripsy. We have been specializing in the one time treatment for the resolution of heel pain for over 20 years with a 1st time treatment success rate of 92%. Go to our site and review the heel pain and regenerative medicine sections for further information. No need for surgery and no time off from work or activities. READ MORE

  • How long is recovery from a broken ankle?

    Normally 8 weeks. I also recommend an ankle brace after the casting is this was used. Followed by a steroid injection to help decrease the pain and personally recommend regenerative medicine options to treat the ankle fracture after it has healed to restore the strength and structure. READ MORE

  • Can massage fix ankle pain?

    Any form of physical therapy including soft tissue massage, warm foot soaks with epsom salts, icy hot, compression socks and ankle braces can offer a mild form of comfort depending on the degree of damage to the joint. If all else fails you can try a steroid injection as a diagnostic tool and also consider regenerative medicine options before any type of surgery. READ MORE

  • Can a heel spur pain go away on its own?

    Heel spurs do not hurt. It is the plantar fasciitis - inflammation of the ligament which is the foots shock absorber, or achilles tendonitis - which is the legs shock absorber that becomes inflamed from pulling away from the heel bone and begins to micro-tear that causes the pain. Heel spurs are secondary to the damage being caused from the over extension if the tissues. You can try stretching, inserts, icy hot and massage therapy. If all else fails to resolve the condition, never consider surgery. I recommend Orthotripsy to restore the flexibility and blood flow to the structure to resolve the issue. It's one treatment performed in the office and walk out in your shoes and go back to work and activities within 3 days. READ MORE

  • Does ankle dislocation need surgery?

    Depends on the degree of damage from the dislocation. An MRI would be a great diagnostic tool to determine the damage to the area. If there are no overt signs of large fractures associated then I recommend regenerative medicine options instead of surgery which can restore the structure and function of the joint and allows you to continue to walk. READ MORE

  • When can I walk normal after ankle dislocation?

    A complete ankle dislocation usually involves ligamentous strains or tears which require the use of immobilization with a cam walker or an ankle brace to stabilize the joint to allow healing to occur. Should one require surgical intervention I always recommend looking into regenerative medicine options 1st which can restore the joint to its previous structure and function without the need for surgery. READ MORE

  • Can you help with ankle arthritis?

    I can. I practice regenerative medicine. And with either the use of whartons jelly or exosomes this can repair the damaged cartilage and return you to your activity without the need for surgery in the majority of cases. READ MORE

  • What is the best treatment for heel spur pain?

    Heel spurs do not hurt. Its the plantar fascia, your foots shock absorber, that is being over stretched and requires Orthotripsy to rejuvenate the band of tissue. READ MORE

  • Why does my ankle hurt when I walk?

    You may have chronic synovitis which is an inflammatory tissue that gets pinched in between the bones when walking and can cause a sharp pain. try a steroid injection to shrink the tissue and if it helps you should consider regenerative medicine options to resolve the condition. READ MORE

  • What is the fix for a heel spur?

    Orthotripsy. The only known resolution for chronic plantar fasciitis (heel spur). High intensity shock wave, 1 treatment will restore the flexibility and blood flow to the band of tissue and relieve your heel pain for good. We never recommend surgery in over 26 years of practice, its archaic. READ MORE

  • Can heel pain be fixed with medications?

    Most doctors will use steroids to decrease the symptoms of heel pain. This is only a temporary solution. Vigorous massage, ice, inserts and physical therapy can all be of benefit. If the heel pain has lasted longer than 6 months you may want to consider Orthotripsy for the resolution of your symptoms. READ MORE

  • Do chiropractors do ankles?

    Adjustments may help temporarily and chiropractors are capable of doing this. However at Mid-Ohio Foot and Ankle we recommend regenerative options to resolve the condition for good. READ MORE

  • What helps with a bunion on the side of the feet?

    Padding, bunion splints, tailor bunion splints can help cushion the area. Wider shoes can be of benefit as well as arch supports. However we recommend and offer regenerative options to rejuvenate the cushioning between the skin and the bone. READ MORE

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Areas of expertise and specialization

podiatrywound care

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • Director of Operations Mid-Ohio Foot and Ankle Specialists 2022 - Present


  • Bunions
  • Hammertoes
  • Arch Disorders
  • Heel Spurs
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Reconstructive Foot Surgery
  • Trauma And Athletic Injuries
  • Surgical And Non-surgical Treatment For Neuromas
  • Tendon And Joint Pain
  • Arthritis
  • Sports Injuries
  • Diabetic Care
  • Infections And Ulcerations
  • Burning Pain
  • Warts
  • Soft Tissue Masses And Tumors
  • Users Of The Safetyfix Removable Hardware System

Professional Memberships

  • Board Certified American Board of Podiatric Surgeons 

Vincent J Staschiak DPM's Practice location

Mid-Ohio Foot and Ankle Specialists

7100 Graphics Way 3300 -
Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
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