1695 Twelve Mile Rd, Ste 220

Berkley, MI 48072


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Office Care

Our office is located at 1695 Twelve Mile in Berkley, just west of Woodward. We have a comfortable waiting area & ample parking. We provide the safest, most up-to-date treatment options in our state-of-the-art facility.

Our services

Foot-care for Diabetics

Diabetics typically suffer from diabetic neuropathy (poor sensation), and poor circulation (poor healing). Prevention is our primary goal and is best achieved by regularly seeing a Podiatrist, not self-care with over-the-counter products.

Foot-care for Poor Circulation

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) occurs when plaque builds up in the arteries (atherosclerosis), reducing blood flow to the limbs. Common symptoms include pain, fatigue, heaviness, cramping or discomfort in the leg muscles that occur during activity such as walking or climbing stairs. Pain or discomfort often subsides once activity is stopped and during rest.

Treatment for peripheral arterial disease depends on a person’s overall health, the symptoms, and the results of tests performed to diagnose the condition. Treatment may be a combination of lifestyle changes, medications, catheter-based procedures or, in some cases, surgery.

Shoes & Orthotics

Dr. Klein provides quality foot and ankle medical devices for the treatment of heel pain, ankle and foot instability and drop foot. Diabetic shoes are available to patients in need when approved by the patient’s primary care physician.

Whirlpool Therapy

We offer whirlpool therapy at our office as a physical therapy treatment. This treatment is offered at no charge and is available upon request. Whirlpool therapy provides many benefits including stimulated blood flow and relaxation prior treatment by the doctor.


X-rays help to evaluate changes in the bones caused by such things as infection, arthritis, or other bone disorders. We are able to take X-rays at the office.

Foot & Ankle Surgery

Dr. Klein is surgically trained for the correction of foot and ankle disorders. His primary treatment plan is always to prevent surgery and exhaust every form of conservative care.

Ingrown nails

Ingrown nails are nails whose corners or sides dig painfully into the skin, often causing infection. This is usually caused by improper trimming of the nail. 

Plantar fasciitis

The plantar fascia is a thick band of tissue that holds up the bones on the bottom of the foot. It can become inflamed and cause swelling and pain making walking difficult.

Fungus Nails

Commonly seen, toenail fungus can be treated topically or with oral medication to achieve excellent results. 


Most foot warts are harmless even though they may be painful. They are often mistaken for callouses. A wart is a viral infection and should be properly diagnosed prior to treatment.