We Could Talk All Day about Toe Problems

we cold talk all day about toes problems

If we at Foot & Ankle Associates of Cleveland ran a radio station, we might call it WTOE. It would feature talk shows since we can’t think of a lot of songs about toe problems. We wouldn’t have to worry about attracting an audience because 75% of people, including those in our listening area of Portage, Cuyahoga, Geauga, and Summit Counties, will eventually have some sort of problem with their feet or toes. And we would never be concerned about dead airtime because our expert podiatrists have a lot to say about toes.

A typical day on WTOE

Dr. Megan L. Oltmann takes the first shift. She’s covering skin conditions, explaining how scaly skin between your toes can spread and cause toenails to crumble. It’s a fungal nail infection. Or no, it’s actually a new case of psoriasis.

Next, Dr. Craig B. Frey takes the microphone. He’s got a special report on how to care for your toes if you have diabetes.

The following spot is an interview with a satisfied patient. We hear about their journey from noticing discomfort at the base of their big toe, feeling pain when they walk, ignoring the problem for a while, deciding the pain isn’t going away after all, and calling our office (440) 903-1041 for an appointment. Our doctors explain how they diagnosed and treated the patient’s arthritis, hallux varus, capsulitis, bunion, or any number of other things that can go wrong with the big toe.

Special segments

  • Breaking News – to inform you of current discoveries, such as COVID toes.
  • Doctor Focus – to delve into Dr. Oltmann’s expertise in healing the toe injuries of dancers or spotlight Dr. Frey’s special interest and experience with bunion and hammertoe surgery.
  • Advertising – we’d be proud to promote our caring staff, our state-of-the-art office in Solon, Ohio, our convenient hours (including Saturdays), and our doctors’ excellent qualifications as podiatrists and podiatric surgeons.

Finally, WTOE’s broadcast sign-off would always feature an invitation for you to contact us in Solon, Ohio when your toes are signaling that something’s wrong.