Welcome To Cheyenne Foot & Ankle!
Nobody deserves to suffer from foot or ankle pain. And nobody deserves to spend hours in a waiting room, only to have a doctor glance at their feet for two minutes and send them out the door with a “recommendation.”
At Cheyenne Foot & Ankle, we think you deserve more from your foot doctor, and we want to make sure you get the care you need to live life on your terms—regardless of your age, occupation, or passions. More time with a doctor that actually listens to you. Full explanation of your condition and treatment options in terms you can understand. Treatments that are truly personalized, prioritizing non-surgical care whenever possible.
Our growth in the Colorado Springs community is a direct result of the caring, personal treatment you can expect to receive here. We look forward to serving you!
Diabetic Foot Care
Senior Foot Care
Comprehensive Foot Care Services
Get rid of aches, pains, and unsightly problems in your feet with the help of a foot and ankle specialist today! Whatever may be bothering you, our goal is always to provide the highest quality care to patients of all ages in the most cost-effective manner. Learn more about our foot care services.
What Our Patients Are Saying
Knowledgable staff who are attentive to the individual needs of the patient. The doctor is someone who really care about the person she is roomed with. She has an excellent bedside candor and the receptionists are lighthearted and mirthful creating a professional but laidback atmosphere for all people fotunate enough to find themselves in the waiting room. – B.
Nothing but good things to say about this place! – Tracie D.
Dr. Yull received her Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine from Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in 1993. She completed her residency in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery at Sacred Heart Hospital in Chicago. She began practicing in Colorado Springs in 1995.
Dr. Yull is an active member of her community. She volunteers her services at the Peak Vista Community Health Center twice a month, providing podiatric services for indigent people in the area. She is also a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles (where she is involved in raising money for diabetes research).