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Podiatry Care & Treatment

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At the NorthShore Orthopaedic & Spine Institute our uniquely qualified podiatrists treat trauma and diseases of the foot and ankle. We offer comprehensive care providing conservative and surgical options to treat a full range of foot problems, injuries, and maladies including ankle sprains and heel pain to deformities such as bunions and hammer toes.

Podiatry Care & Services

Our podiatrists at NorthShore offer the following services to treat foot injuries and problems.

  • Offer specialized wound care. Our podiatrists use the latest advanced treatment methods including biologic dressing and wound vacuum therapy to fight infection and expedite foot and ankle healing.
  • Manage routine and recurrent conditions like painful lesions of the foot and persistent fungal infections.
  • Manage persistent and painful foot problems. Our podiatrists use a variety of strategies and treatment plans to help patients to avoid surgery whenever possible.
  • Employ the latest technology to treat chronic and potentially debilitating heel pain, an increasingly common complaint for today's aging and active population.
  • Provide advanced surgical options to remove bunions and correct hammer toes. These outpatient procedures provide excellent outcomes for our patients.

NorthShore podiatrists offer excellent care for a full range of foot diseases and injuries, including:

Podiatric Treatment Options

Our surgical and non-surgical solutions to foot and ankle injuries and diseases include the following:

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If you are interested in learning more about podiatry care or to request a consultation, please call 855.929.0100 or fill out the consultation request form.