Mid Plains Podiatry

Dr. Beth Klawitter specializes in Minimally Invasive Surgery

3346 N. 108th St. | Omaha, NE 68164

Mon-Tue 9AM-5PM | Wed-Thu 9AM-7PM | Friday 9AM-5PM
Evening Hours By Appointment Only

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Mid Plains Podiatry

Dr. Elizabeth M. Klawitter, DPM, FAAFAS

Board Certified
American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry
Podiatric Surgery and Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine in Minimal Incision Foot Surgery

Fellow of the Academy of Ambulatory Foot and Ankle Surgery in Minimal Incision Foot Surgery

Dr. Elizabeth Klawitter is originally from the Omaha area and has been around podiatry her entire life. Her father, Dr. Paul Klawitter, was a well known podiatrist in the Omaha area for over 33 years. He specialized in minimally invasive surgery. Dr. Klawitter worked for her father for 10 years before going to podiatry school.

Dr. Klawitter went to the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa. She graduated from the College of Podiatric Medicine in June, 1999.

She completed her two year residency in Grand Blanc, Michigan at the Genesys Regional Medical Center from 1999-2001 where she was chief resident her second year.

She is currently on staff at Advanced Surgical Center, OSC, UNMC, and Boystown National Research Hospital and is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association and the Better Business Bureau.

Dr. Klawitter, a two time breast cancer survivor, proudly supports the American Cancer Society and the Susan G. Komen foundation.

Dr. Nathan Penney, DPM

Dr. Nathan Penney is a native Nebraskan, son of Starr and Tom Penney, who was team captain of the Husker football team in the late 60's. He returns to Omaha to join Mid Plains Podiatry after 15 years away from "The Good Life". He is a graduate of Burke High School as well as the Honors Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he was a Regent's Scholar. Dr. Penney went to Miami, Florida, to attend medical school at Barry University. He completed 4 years of residency training in foot and ankle surgery at the prestigious Grant Medical Center Podiatric Surgery Residency in Columbus, OH (where he continued to wear his trademark Husker scrub hat-even in Buckeye country). After completing his residency, he has been in private practice in Tampa, Florida, for the last 7+ years.

Dr. Penney is fully versed in all aspects of podiatry and foot and ankle surgery. He has trained on all of the newest treatments and surgical techniques on the market. Dr. Penney is one of a small number of surgeons nationwide trained to perform total ankle replacement surgery and was featured on a nationally syndicated Fox News story about the procedure. He lectures and presents research at conferences throughout North America. He has authored multiple journal articles as well as a reference textbook for physicians to study as they prepare for board certification exams.

Dr. Penney believes that each patient is an individual and takes the time to get to know each patient, their condition, and their needs/goals so he can tailor an individualized treatment program for each. While Dr. Penney is a renowned surgeon, he exhausts all conservative treatment options before recommending surgical intervention.

Dr. Penney enjoys watching Nebraska sporting events as well as all types of soccer worldwide. He is a golfer that misses the year round golf weather of Florida, but is glad to have his old golf partner (his father) back now that he is home again. He is a runner, so he understands the common foot and ankle ailments that runners often suffer.

Dr. Penney is on staff at Advanced Surgical Center, OSC, and Boystown.

Dr. Penney has two children, Preston (11) and Adriana (8).


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Foot Problems

Arthritic Bunion
  • Joint pain
  • Little to no movement of the joint
  • Red bump on top of foot due to shoe pressure
  • Bony bump near the joint at the base of the big toe
  • Joint redness
  • Joint pain
  • Skin irritation over the bump
Common Nail Problems
  • Fungus Nails
  • Athlete's Foot
  • Ingrown Nails
Cracks And Fissures
  • Breaks in the skin
  • Bacterial or fungal infection from excessively moist skin
  • Drainage
  • Redness
Fungal Problems
  • Itching
  • Inflamed areas between the toes & sides of feet
  • Moist reddened scales or blisters between the toes
  • Fluid-filled swelling of a joint or tendon
  • Tingling
  • Numbness
  • May have pain in the joint area
  • Intense pain in one or more joints
  • Redness, swelling and warmth over the joint
  • Pain in the middle of the night
  • Pain upon rising in the morning
Hammer Toe
  • Foot pain
  • Callus or corn formation on the sole of the foot
  • Corn formation on the top of the affected toe
Heel Pain / Plantar Fasciitis
  • Pain & stiffness in heel with first step in the morning
  • Pain may improve, but usually returns
  • Numbness, burning and tingling
  • Symptoms aggravated by walking in shoes
  • Pain is not relieved by rest
Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Sensory nerves are damaged
  • Numbness
  • Burning or pins & needles sensation
Peripheral Vascular Disease
  • Leg cramps while walking or climbing stairs
  • Pain is not relieved by rest
  • Numbness, burning or weakness in the legs
  • Loss of hair on legs
Pressure Ulcers
  • Redness of the skin
  • Blistering
  • Open wound that drains fluids
Flat Feet
  • Pain when walking
  • Awkwardness when walking
  • Fatigue, pain, or stiffness in the ankles, knees, hips and lower back
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Similar to Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
  • Occasionally misdiagnosed as Plantar Fasciitis
  • Pain at night
  • Tingling, burning sensation in the ankle, heel, arch, toes and even into the calf
  • Pain at the instep of the foot
  • Burning, tingling, shooting or stabbing pain
  • Instep may appear inflamed
  • Instep may have pronounced flat foot deformity
  • Small black dot in center of wart
  • Sensation of lump under the foot
  • Firm warty lesions with tiny pinpoint dark spots
  • Smooth surface with gray-yellow or brown color


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Why Nail Restoration?

  • Offers another option for patients with damaged toenails
  • Delivers immediate and significant cosmetic enhancement after one visit
  • Looks and feels natural
  • Provides for cosmetically pleasing nails during most antifungal treatment regimens
  • Unlike rigid acrylic nails, flexibility allows KeryFlex restored nails to bend with the natural movement of toes and feet
  • Is compatible with human tissue and should not irritate or cause further damage to the underlying nail or skin
  • Allows for the remaining nail to grow out naturally
  • Is non-porous and will not allow moisture to penetrate between the natural and prosthetic nail
  • Applied in the sanitary setting of a foot care provider
  • Is unaffected by acetone, nail polishes or detergents

Ask Midplains Podiatry if Nail Restoration is right for you!


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We offer:

  • Nail Polish and Accessories
  • Gilden Tree Lotions and Creams
  • Classy Nail Files
  • Diabetic Shoes and Socks
  • Custom Made Arch Supports
  • Creams, Lotions, Padding and Compression Stockings


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Medical History

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Contact Us:

3346 N. 108th St.
Omaha, NE 68164
(402) 315-4344