Dr. Alexus Squires is a Mason County native and Michigan State University alumna. She grew up in Custer on her parents’ small family farm and her first job was at the local podiatry office of Dr. Alan Mast where her interest in the medical field began. After graduating from Des Moines University School of Podiatric Medicine she then completed a three year foot and ankle surgical residency training in Milwaukee, WI. To bring things full circle that office that she started her first job in she has now purchased after completing residency to start her own practice, West Michigan Foot and Ankle. After completing a total of eleven years of schooling and specializing in the foot and ankle, Dr. Squires is ecstatic to be pursuing the opportunity to return to her hometown to provide foot and ankle care to the community.
Dr. Squires enjoys spending time with her husband, Dr. Weston Squires, who is a local chiropractor at Squires Family Care Chiropractic. They have been together since high school and have recently welcomed their first baby into the world. She also enjoys traveling, horseback riding, and lounging with their newfoundland dog, Brevis.
We are a private practice office that offers the flexibility of molding our care specific to each patient’s needs. Our goal is to provide a comfortable and relaxing environment surrounded by a friendly staff and down to earth doctor.
West Michigan Foot and Ankle brings new cutting edge technology to provide options to its patients in a professional approach. We take the time to get to know our patients and understand your condition.
We will officially open on Monday, July 19th and our hours will be Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 9am-1pm.
Heel & Arch Pain | Conditions: Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Stress Fracture, Abnormal Foot Structure
Skin & Nail Issues | Conditions: Funtal Toenails, Plantar Warts, Athlete’s Foot, Ingrown Toenails, Corns & Calluses, Dry & Cracking Skin
Foot Deformities | Conditions: Bunions, Hammertoes, Flat Feet, High Arches
Child Foot Care | Conditions: Ingrown Toenails, Plantar Warts, Foot Deformities,
Bunions, Flat Feet, In-Toeing or Out-Toeing, Gait, Heel Pain, Sever’s Disease
Sports Injuries | Conditions: Fractures, Sprains, Achilles Tendonitis, Neuromas
Diabetic Foot Care | Conditions: Peripheral Neuropathy, Wound Care, Preventative Care