Your foot

in the focus

in our centre

the human foot is masterpiece of engineering and a work of art (Leonardo Da Vinci)

News //

New team member

April, 2020

The foot center team warmly welcomes Ms. Michelle Weissbeck.

New location

April, 2020

The foot center will be at the new location from June 2020

Töpferstrasse 5

even better accessible.


Improved equipment

With the first 3D X-ray device in Switzerland to display both feet standing up and our own infiltration room, we can offer you significantly better clarification and treatment.

New team member

April, 2020

The foot center team warmly welcomes Ms. Michelle Weissbeck.

Coronavirus Pandemic II

March 21, 2020

Please postpone all appointments in our foot center that are not absolutely urgent.


We would be happy to offer you further appointments in the future to compensate for the increased number of patients.

Scheduled operations must be postponed indefinitely. Only urgent operations and emergencies can still be carried out.

Please follow the recommendations to contain the corona pandemic.

If you have any questions for us, we are happy to be reached by phone or email.

Coronavirus Pandemie

March 3, 2020

In the current situation, you take an increased risk if you move around in public.


We kindly ask you to postpone all non-urgent appointments and controls at the Lucerne Foot Center by telephone.


We would be happy to arrange a new appointment with you and / or add you to a waiting list.


In the next few weeks we will strengthen our team and will be able to offer you appointments with a significantly shorter waiting time.

Happy New Year

December 31, 2019

We wish our patients and colleagues a Happy New Year and look forward to being there for you again from 3 January 2020.

New team member

January, 2019

The foot center team warmly welcomes Ms. Martina Duss.

4 Jahre Fusszentrum

Februar, 2019

Wir freuen uns über das Jubiläum und danken unseren Patienten für die schönen Kontakte sowie unseren Kollegen und Partnern für die gute Zusammenarbeit.

At the Lucerne Foot Center we take care of all patients with foot problems.


The foot center in Lucerne also treats lengthy complaints that could not be improved with therapies.

Frequent inquiries to us concern: hallux valgus (bunion), hallux rigidus, osteoarthritis of the foot and ankle, hammer toes, kink-lowering feet, complaints and injuries of the Achilles tendon and other tendons.


We use imaging techniques to identify the anatomy of your feet and the causes of symptoms. In addition to traditional X-rays, slice images such as MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) and CT (computed tomography) can also be used.

Minimally invasive & keyhole operations

- arthroscopic operations


- tissue-protecting techniques


- Avoidance of foreign material


- proven and new surgical techniques

- faster recovery

What questions should you ask before surgery?

- What questions should I ask

- When is the right time for the operation

- Are there  treatments without surgery

Do You Have Questions?

We are happy to advise you individually and answer your questions on/about your feet.


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