First Visit

Your first visit to Northeast Wisconsin Foot & Ankle Associates establishes a vital foundation for our relationship with you. During the first visit, we make sure to obtain important background information, like your medical history, and give you time to get to know your doctor.

To understand what to expect for your first visit to our practice, please read through this page. You'll find all the practical information you need, such as a map and directions to our office, practice hours, payment policies and more. There's also background information about our staff and what you can expect on your first visit.

What to Expect for Your First Visit

Our goal is to make your first and any subsequent visits as convenient and anxiety free as possible. Below are some helpful suggestions and hints as to what to expect.

* When should I arrive?

       New patients should arrive at least 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled appointment time.

* What can I do to prepare?

        New patients can print out and fill out the registration forms ahead of time, in order to assist in assuring you are seen in a timely manner.

* What should I bring with me?

•Registration paperwork, if you decide to complete it ahead of time

•Your insurance card(s)

•Any co-pay amount associated with your coverage -or- if paying out of pocket, prepare to pay 50% of services rendered

•List of your medications

•Any x-rays or medical records from referring or relevant physicians

* Tell me about my doctor.

Learn a little about our physicians - please click on the desired link.

Dr. Timothy Tougas DPM           Dr. Theresa Schinke DPM

* What should I be concerned about?

        Nothing. Our staff and physicians will handle all of your concerns and questions at the time of your visit. Feel free to contact us ahead of time with any questions, so we can make your visit as anxiety free as possible.

*Where do I park?

Parking is available in the parking lot off of Northland Avenue. You will also use the Northland street entrance to our office.