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1.What are Dr. Neal's qualifications?
2.What type of patients do you see?
3.Do you ever volunteer your services?
4.Why did you become a Podiatrist?
5.Why does your clinic have "Diabetic" in the title? Do I have to be a diabetic to see you?

1. What are Dr. Neal's qualifications?
Dr. Toni Neal is a Board Certified Foot and Ankle Surgeon. She is certified by the American Conference of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS). In the State of Wisconsin, she is able to perform virtually any wound, foot or ankle procedure below the knee.

She earned her medical degree from Des Moines University, formerly the University of Osteopathic Health and Medical Science (UOHMS).

Dr. Neal has been in practice in Wisconsin since 2006 and prior to returning home to the Fox Valley, she worked with the Jerry Pettis Veterans Affairs (V.A) Center in Loma Linda, California for three years.

Toni is also a graduate of UW-Oshkosh in Cellular Biology.

As a Certified Wound Specialist she is trained in the latest techniques to treat and operate on complex diabetic wounds.

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2. What type of patients do you see?
From Pediatrics to Geriatrics, if you have feet or ankle problems, Dr. Neal can help you.
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3. Do you ever volunteer your services?
Volunteering is something that I have always done and will continue to do throughout my career.

Currently I volunteer the third Tuesday of every month at the Fox Cities Free Clinic. This clinic is located behind Goodwill on Appleton Road. You can schedule an appointment there by calling 731-7445

I am a member of Liga International and the Flying Doctor of Mercy. This program brings pilots and doctors together and sends them to extremely impovershed areas of Mexico and South America.

While in California, I volunteered for the Baja Crippled Childrens Project. Every weekend a group of doctors goes into Northern Mexico and provides medical services and surgery to children that are in desperate need for our services.
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4. Why did you become a Podiatrist?
I have a theory that the lower you go on the body, the happier you are as a physician.

Podiatry allows me to see an enormous variety of problems and give patients immediate relief. If you aren't able to walk, the quality of life for all patients can decline dramatically and quickly.

Getting my patients back on their feet and creating a treatment plan that will keep them pain free are my main goals.
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5. Why does your clinic have "Diabetic" in the title? Do I have to be a diabetic to see you?
You do not have to be a diabetic to see Dr. Neal or visit the clinic. If you have feet or ankle problems of any type, Dr. Neal will see you.

Dr. Neal decided to specialize in diabetics after seeing that very few Podiatrists were going into the area. With the tremendous increase in diabetes over the last two decades, there is a large need for someone to care for the vast array of foot problems that come with diabetes.

Dr. Neal believes in a conservative course of action to heal any diabetic wounds and get the patient mobile again. Surgery is always an option with severe wounds, but Dr. Neal believes it should be a last resort.
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