Treatable Podiatry Conditions in Chicago

Lakeview & Lincoln Park Assistance

There are many foot and ankle conditions that can be treated. At Advanced FootCare Center, we offer state-of-the-art treatment for all foot and ankle issues. We want you participating in the activities you love in a timely manner. The doctors at Advanced FootCare Center have practiced Chicago podiatry services for over two decades. We believe in what we do!

Our podiatrists can assist you with various treatable conditions, such as:

  • Heel & Arch Pain : Heel and arch pain are one of the most common foot problems, usually caused by over-activity or improper shoes. Treatments include modification of shoe gear, anti-inflammatory medication, or prescription orthotics .
  • Sports Injuries & Ankle Sprains : Ankle sprains can be caused by an unnatural twisting of the foot. This usually results in the uncomfortable stretching of ligaments. Ankle sprains are very common among athletes due to the constant strain put on their bodies. Treatments can include elevating the foot and applying ice.
  • Bunions, Hammertoes, & Painful Joints : These can also be very common and uncomfortable conditions of the forefoot. If not treated, these somewhat easily treatable conditions can turn very serious.
  • Skin Conditions and Warts : Warts and skin conditions on feet can be painful and occur throughout your body. Like any infectious lesions, warts can spread by touching or scratching. Treatments usually involve shaving calluses or freezing the wart.
  • Toenail Fungus and Ingrown Nails : Your toenails are excellent breeding grounds for fungus. A majority of people's toes are in shoes most of the day, causing ingrown toenails and such funguses to rapidly breed. Treatments can involve oral medication and hygiene techniques and removal.
  • Broken Bones and Fractures : Broken bones and fractures can be some of the most painful conditions. These usually occur while playing sports or other strenuous activities. Treatment can involve nurturing the fracture or surgery.

Contact Advanced FootCare Center at (733) 472-1882 to schedule an appointment!