Providing Louisville’s
Best Quality Medical

Decades of quality service and professional staff are
the reason for Louisville Podiatry’s success.

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Qualified Staff

Our primary doctor has served over 30,000 patients, and the support staff is outstanding.

Modern Technology

Modern medical technology is one of the ways we serve patients with the best care available.

Long History

Our main office has been in the same location, serving Louisville and Northern Kentucky, since 1985.

Who We Are

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Louisville Hours

  • Monday 8 am - 5 pm
  • Tuesday 8 am - Noon
  • Wednesday 8 am - 5 pm
  • Thursday 8 am - 5 pm
  • Friday 8 am - 5 pm
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed

Carrollton Hours

  • Tuesday 1 pm - 5 pm

Why Choose Our Foot and Ankle Center?

Visit Dr Mauser and staff at the 2525 Bardstown Road office in Louisville, or at Carroll County Memorial Hospital in Carrollton, KY for the best in comprehensive foot care.

Decades of experience, conservative treatments and communication with other medical professionals keep Louisville Podiatry able to provide the best care options, while decades of experience help mold those options into the best personalized service available.

Our Departments

  • Foot and Ankle
  • Heel Pain
  • Ingrown Nails

Care for FOOT and ANKLE

Your feet must last a lifetime, and most Americans log an amazing 75,000 miles on their feet by the time they reach age 50... that's three times around the Earth! Regular foot care can make sure your feet are up to the task.

With proper detection, intervention, and care, most foot and ankle problems can be repaired, reduced or prevented.

Care for HEEL PAIN

Pain on the bottom or arch of the foot can be debilitating, making it difficult or impossible to stand, walk or work.

With several potential causes, it is important to have heel pain properly diagnosed. We are able to distinguish between all the possibilities, to determine the underlying source of your heel pain.


Ingrown toenails are a common source of pain and infection. Even simple cases can recur to the point of annoyance, or lead to serious complications.

This is an important issue for anyone to address, but is especially dangerous for diabetics and people with poor blood flow.

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Common Conditions


Arthritis is a frequent component of complex diseases that may involve more than 100 identifiable disorders. If the feet seem more susceptible to arthritis than other parts of the body, it is because each foot has 33 joints that can be afflicted and there is no way to avoid the pain of the tremendous weight-bearing load on the feet. Arthritic feet can result in loss of mobility and independence, but early diagnosis and proper medical care can help significantly.


The feet and ankles work together to provide support and mobility to the body. A fracture is actually a break in the bone. Sports, repetitive stress and impact injuries are common causes of foot fractures. These injuries are most common to football players, gymnasts and runners.

Sprains & Strains

A foot or ankle sprain is a soft tissue injury. Most often, a sprain occurs when an injury pulls, stretches, or tears the ligaments that connect bone to bone. Tripping or stumbling on uneven ground is another common cause of foot and ankle sprains. Pain, swelling, bruising, and difficulty walking on the affected foot or ankle are the most common symptoms.

Diabetic Foot Ulcer

A diabetic foot ulcer is an open sore or wound that occurs in approximately 15 percent of patients with diabetes and is commonly located on the bottom of the foot. Of those who develop a foot ulcer, 6 percent will be hospitalized due to infection or other ulcer-related complication. People who use insulin are at higher risk of developing a foot ulcer, as are patients with diabetes-related kidney, eye, and heart disease. Being overweight and using alcohol and tobacco also play a role in the development of foot ulcers.

Peripheral Arterial Disease

PAD is caused by a blockage or narrowing of the arteries in the legs when fatty deposits called plaque buildup. The buildup of plaque causes the arteries to harden and narrow, which is called atherosclerosis. This results in a reduction of blood flow to the legs and feet, which commonly disturbs sleep.

Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy is damage of the peripheral nerves. Your peripheral nerves—the nerves in your toes and fingertips—are the ones on the periphery of your body. When the nerves are damaged, they don't function properly. People with peripheral neuropathy have decreased or abnormal sensation in their toes and fingers. Sometimes, they develop problems moving these parts of the body as well.

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2525 Bardstown Road
Louisville, KY 40205


Ph: 502.458.8989
Fx: 502.451.5439