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Cincinnati Foot and Ankle Care

Cincinnati Foot and Ankle Care


Our Newest Treatments

We are offering some great foot and ankle treatments now that will address the look or feel of your feet. Our Cincinnati Podiatry practice makes it easy to be more comfortable in your heels or love the look of your toes in sandals. 


KeryFlex is a safe, in-office application that allows the restoration of the appearance of your natural nails.

Dermal Fillers

Injectable compounds used to plump areas. Commonly used for relief of pain in the heel and ball of the foot.

Joint Lubrication

A concentrated form of Hyaluronic Acid (a natural lubricant of joint) injected into a joint to increase lubrication.

Podiatrist Cincinnati – The Center for Foot Care

Foot pain can affect how you work, live, and play. Many athletes experience foot pain, but they’re not the only ones-even business executives may feel foot pain.

At the Center for Foot Care, Dr. Kristin Titko is a Cincinnati podiatrist who figures out exactly what causes your foot pain using an x-ray or, if needed, a diagnostic ultrasound. She then creates a customized treatment plan that will not only relieve your pain, but will also help you avoid future foot health problems.

Comprehensive Podiatry Treatment

With more than 20 years of experience, Dr. Titko is a trusted podiatrist for patients throughout the Cincinnati metro area. She and her staff see patients with a wide variety of foot conditions, such as:


When you visit with our Cincinnati podiatrist, you’ll get so much more than a diagnosis. We offer a wide range of treatment options, including laser therapy for pain management and in-house vascular testing to pinpoint circulation problems. Our foot doctor can even recommend diabetic footwear and custom orthotics.

The Only Cincinnati Podiatrist You’ll Ever Need

When you set an appointment with our foot doctor in Cincinnati, OH, you’ll quickly see why you’ll never need to visit another foot clinic. We offer all the treatment options you need and let you decide which treatments you prefer. You’ll also appreciate our friendly, helpful atmosphere. Dr. Titko truly loves helping her patients. She frequently offers seminars to the public as a Cincinnati podiatrist. For several years, she served as podiatrist for the Cincinnati Cyclones, Stuff, Reds, and Silverbacks. If you’re ready to set an appointment with our podiatrist in Cincinnati, fill out the contact form on this page or call us at (513) 729-4455


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