Advanced Foot Care Center now offers Radial Pulse Therapy to treat foot, heel and ankle pain without injections.

These five-minute treatments deliver mechanical energy to the target area of the foot and ankle. The energy will treat area soft tissue pain, increase circulation and improve tissue tone.

Will I experience pain during treatment?

Radial Pulse Therapy creates a mechanical stress that may cause mild discomfort during treatment. Some soreness may be experienced post-treatment.

How soon can I expect pain relief after the treatment?

Most patients report some pain relief after the first treatment. However the effects are most prominent after the second or third treatment. Patients respond differently, based on their condition.

How many treatments are required, on average?

The normal number of treatments for most conditions is 3 to 5. Allow 4 to 7 days between treatments.

Ask Dr. Brodine and Dr. McCalla for more information during your appointment.


Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) can lead to pain in the extremities, difficulty when walking, slower healing and even loss of limb. Advanced Foot Care Center uses Smart-ABI to test and clinically diagnose patients who may be at risk for Peripheral Arterial Disease. The American Heart Association recommends testing all patients at risk for PAD, and the American Diabetes Association recommends annual foot examinations that include PAD testing.

The Smart-ABI equipment performs a one-minute test that measures a patient’s Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) – the blood pressure in the ankle area, blood pressure, body mass index and more. When the test is complete, a report is generated that provides graphic scores indicating Normal, Borderline or Severe. The data provided by the test can help your doctor determine a course of treatment.

Ask Dr. Brodine and Dr. McCalla for more information during your appointment.


Dr. Ryan McCalla is a partner in Advanced Foot Care Center. Dr. McCalla grew up in Pratt, Kansas. He earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Kansas and received his Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from Des Moines University in 1996, where he also completed a one-year surgical residency. Dr. McCalla is board certified by the American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry. He is licensed in Kansas.

Dr. McCalla has been in practice in Topeka for 22 years, specializing in primary podiatric foot care. He has a wide range and base of knowledge in both surgical and non-surgical treatments of the foot.


Dr. Chris Brodine is a partner in Advanced Foot Care Center. He began practicing in 2002, shortly after completing a one-year residency in Primary Podiatric Care at Western Pennsylvania Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and a two-year residency in Podiatric Surgery at Kern Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Brodine received his medical degree in podiatry from Des Moines University and a bachelor of science in biology from Creighton University.

Dr. Brodine is a big fan of Creighton Bluejay basketball and Nebraska Cornhusker football. The Brodine family moved to Topeka in 2002 and instantly became proud Seaman Vikings. Their oldest daughter graduated from Seaman High School in 2017, received her undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and now attends grad school. Two more daughters currently attend Seaman High School and Seaman Middle School.

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