Welcome to the Website for Wilks Advanced Foot Care!

We believe that educated patients are able to make the best decisions regarding their own health care, so we are pleased to offer information, tips, and answers to frequently asked questions here on our site. Feel free to take your time and learn about all the various conditions we treat, or do some research to find out about an issue you are currently experiencing. At Wilks Advanced Foot Care we offer diabetic foot care and diabetic shoes and treat bunions, heel pain, and hammertoes. Either way, our content library is here for your benefit.

In addition to offering information on our site, we also offer exceptional foot and ankle care services at our location in Roseburg, OR. For too many individuals, foot or heel pain is thought of as an inconvenience. If you stop to think about it, though, pain is your body’s way of communicating that something is wrong. When there is an issue, it’s time to take action – and this is where we come in.

We are focused on providing an outstanding experience for all of our patients. This means providing you an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment plan in an environment where you will be heard and respected. Our amazing staff cares about your wellbeing and is ready to help you find the pain relief you need.

We look forward to the opportunity to restore your feet to health and enable you to resume your favorite activities. For more information about our practice, do not hesitate to contact us. You can call (541) 673-0742.

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Diabetic Care

A comprehensive foot care plan is a necessary tool to protect your feet and reduce the risk of issues developing.

Heel Pain

Heel pain is typically caused by an overload of force or strain within the foot. This may be the result of overuse, an abnormal foot structure, trauma, or other factors.

Plantar Fasciitis

Did you know that your job or daily jog may contribute to an inflammatory condition in your feet? It's called plantar fasciitis, and it impacts the connective tissue between your heel and toes.

Toenail Fungus

Fungal toenails can be a source of self-consciousness, embarrassment, and even pain for many.


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