Welcome to West Coast Foot and Ankle

Doctors Aaron Bean, DPM & Brian Schneekloth, DPM and their staff care about you and the health of YOUR FEET.


Monday  08:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday  08:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday  08:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday  08:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday  08:00 AM – 5:00 PM

West Coast Foot and Ankle Services

Diabetic foot problems are a major health concern and are a common cause of hospitalization.

Most foot problems that people with diabetes face arise from two serious complications of the disease: nerve damage and poor circulation. READ MORE

Common Foot and Ankle Fractures

Broken Ankle

During the past 30 years, doctors have noted an increase in the number and severity of broken ankles, due in part to an active, older population of “baby boomers.” In 2003, nearly 1.2 million people visited emergency rooms because of ankle problems.

Fracture of the Talus

The talus (TAY-lus) is a small bone that sits between the heelbone (calcaneus) and the two bones of the lower leg (tibia and fibula).


Whether an athlete is a recreational, competitive, or elite runner, foot and ankle health is essential for optimal performance. Runners are susceptible to overuse injuries including heel pain (plantar fasciitis), Achilles tendonitis, sesamoiditis, neuromas, capsulitis of the second toe, stress fractures, posterior tibial tendonitis (or PTTD), and calcaneal apophysitis in children and adolescents.


What does a foot and ankle surgeon do?

Foot and ankle (podiatric) surgeons help chronic wounds heal to prevent amputation; treat heel pain; reconstruct joints; repair and treat deformities; treat diabetic foot disorders; perform limb salvage; perform total ankle replacement; repair trauma injuries (fractures, sprains, and torn tissue); treat pediatric foot and ankle conditions; alleviate the effects of arthritis; treat nerve disorders; perform amputation when necessary; and treat many other conditions. READ MORE


Lower extremity, ankle and foot wounds are becoming increasingly common as our population continues to live longer. Diabetes is becoming an epidemic and is a major cause of lower extremity wounds in the United States. Often, these wounds are chronic and very complex in nature, so they require a trained wound specialist who can effectively manage all aspects necessary to achieve healing, and salvage the limb. READ MORE

Foot Conditions 

There are over than 21 million known people with diabetes in the United States, and this staggering figure continues to grow by almost one-half million annually.

Heel pain is most often caused by plantar fasciitis, a condition that is sometimes also called heel spur syndrome when a spur is present. Heel pain may also be due to other

Even though bunions are a common foot deformity, there are misconceptions about them. Many people may unnecessarily suffer the pain of bunions for years before

The posterior tibial tendon is one of the most important tendons of the leg. It starts at a muscle in the calf, travels down the inside of the lower leg and attaches to the bones on the 

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What Our Patients Are Saying About Doctors Aaron Bean, DPM & Brian Schneekloth, DPM

  • THE best in the valley! I only wish he could be my doctor for everything.  A most incredible and caring doctor.  Thank you Dr. Bean, for everything you did.

  • Dr. Bean is the best doctor I have ever had. He is very thorough and has always explained himself to me whenever I had questions. I would definitely..

  • Dr. Bean and his team of nurse assistants are awesome. I had an awful blister on the bottom of my foot for 6 months, and Dr. Bean ended up doing …