We welcome you to Dubuque Podiatry, P.C. Our growth in the community has resulted from the caring and personal treatment we give our patients. We thank you for choosing us as the healthcare provider for all your foot and ankle concerns.
Our physicians and professionally trained staff are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality of specialized care for problems of the foot and ankle.
Dubuque Podiatry, P.C.
Timothy J. Quagliano, D.P.M.
Michael Arnz, D.P.M.
Robert S. Kelsey, D.P.M.
Nicole M. Jedlicka, D.P.M., FACFAS
Kara J. Franzen, D.P.M., AACFAS
Podiatrist, often referred to as “foot doctors”, specialize in the medical care of the foot, ankle and lower leg. They must have a doctor of podiatric medicine (DPM) degree from a college of podiatric medicine. They are also occasionally referred to as foot and ankle surgeons or podiatric surgeons.
They must pass both written and oral board examinations and must obtain a state license to practice podiatric medicine.
Podiatrists work in private practices, hospitals, and clinics, and may become professors at colleges of podiatric medicine, department chiefs and hospital administrators.
To further their education and abilities they are able to receive a Board Certification in podiatry which requires advanced training, intense written and oral examinations and practice experience.
To receive a certification by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery requires graduation from podiatric medical school; completion of an approved podiatric surgical residency; practice experience, including surgical case submissions; and written and oral examinations.
Corns and Calluses
Heel Pain and Spurs
Diabetic Foot Care
Infections and Ulcerations
Soft Tissue Masses and Tumors