Since 1997 our Doctors of Podiatry have reached thousands of patients in Minnesota. We pride ourselves on being the leader in providing preventative care that is designed to significantly improve early detection of more serious health issues. Licensed podiatrists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of all conditions that affect foot, ankle and legs. Specialists provide rapid relief for most foot problems and injuries, including specialized diabetic foot care, wound care programs, screening of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), Venous Insufficiency and pains in lower extremities.
Dr. Bryan Mohr, CEO
Dr. Bryan Mohr is from Farmington, MN and currently lives in Lakeville,
MN with his wife and 3 boys. He loves coaching youth hockey and golfing.
He attended University of MN Duluth for 2 years, before transferring to Augsburg College, Mpls MN. He then attended and graduated from Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine form 1994-1998.He finished his training at Murfreesboro VA, Murfreesboro, TN.
He started working for Active Feet, Foot & Ankle Health Center in 1999. He has grown from a one doctor practice into a multi clinic practice, which currently employs 4 other podiatrists that are listed below.
He is passionate about being able to provide care to the senior communities around the twin cities. For over 10 years he has provided foot care to seniors in nursing homes, assisted living and independent living facilities.
He specializes in Diabetic Foot Care, Peripheral Arterial Disease screening, Primary Foot Care, Ingrown Nails, Plantar Fasciitis, Laser Therapy for Fungal Nails, Laser Therapy for pain.
Dr. Robika Hundal
Dr. Hundal received a Bachelors of Science at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. Dr. Hundal then attended Dr. William Scholl College of Podiatry Medicine in Chicago and graduated in 2008. She completed a 3 year surgical residency in Chicago at Oakforest /Weiss Memorial Hospital, during which she received extensive training in forefoot and rearfoot surgery.
Her interests in foot and ankle care include wound care, diabetic foot care, foot and ankle trauma, bunions, hammertoes, and flatfoot reconstruction.
Dr. Jason Weiland
Dr. Weiland received a Bachelors of Science at South Dakota State University. Dr. Weiland then attended Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago and graduated in 2001. Upon graduation Dr. Jason Weiland then completed a 3 year residency in Pennsylvania at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.
His specialties include wound care, diabetic foot care, diabetic shoes and functional orthosis.
Dr. Michael B. DeBrule
Dr. Michael B. DeBrule is board certified in wound care and board qualified in podiatric surgery with over 10 years of private practice experience. He graduated in 2000 from the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine.
Dr. DeBrule completed residency training in podiatric medicine and surgery in Chicago, Illinois at Cook County Hospital and Tucson, Arizona at Southern Arizona Department of Veterans Medical Center. His research has been published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery and the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association. His clinical interests include foot surgery, gait analysis, ultrasound guided procedures, foot orthotics, sports medicine, biomechanics, and wound care.
Dr. Dirk Halverson
Dr. Dirk Halverson is a board-certified Podiatric Surgeon with over 15 years of private practice experience.
Dr. Halverson graduated in 1995 from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, IA with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree. After completing his podiatric surgical residency in Flint, Michigan in 1996, he opened private practices in Marshall, MN and in Appleton, WI, then joined Midwest Podiatry Centers in 2012. His clinical interests include foot surgery, wound care, sports injury, providing specialized care for diabetic patients, and increasing awareness and treatment of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).
Contact Midwest Podiatry Centers today at 612-788-8778 to make an appointment.
“I’ve been going to this clinic since it opened and I visit every 4-6 weeks for routine foot care. I have found that the doctors are very friendly and professional and that is why I keep coming back time after time."
Denny from Minneapolis
"I'm 65 years old. I've had the toenail problem for roughly 20 years. Initially I didn't know what it was. I thought maybe I had injured my toenail by wearing hunting boots that were too small. I learned later that my problem was caused by a fungus. For many years, only my big toe on my right foot was affected, but a few years ago, my left big toe also became affected.
The problem has several consequences. It is very ugly which is a problem in the summer time, because I like to wear sandals without socks. I get a lot of comments like "ewe!" from my grandchildren and their friends, which is unpleasant and embarrassing. From time to time, there is also discomfort.....an aching sensation which makes it hard to sleep. I have had to throw away some of my shoes and buy new ones that have extra "toe room" to accomodate the thick nail on my right toe.
I've discussed this problem with doctors on at least three separate occasions over the years. The only treatment they told me about was a medication called Lamisil, and none of them recommended it, because of its poor success rate and potential side effects. Recently I asked my doctor about the Lazer procedure that has been advertised in the newspaper, but he told me he had no information about it. I have been stuck with this problem without any good alternatives to fix it.
It was a big surprise for me when you and I talked at the family Fathers Day picnic last month, and you told me about your new job and the new Lazer equipment that was being acquired by your employer. I am delighted to be offered a free trial. I am hopeful I will finally get rid of this problem."