Monthly Archives: August, 2013

Chicago Podiatrist explains Orthotics-Do they work?

AnkleNFootCenter.com Chicago Podiatrists say-Custom orthotics may provide a benefit if made correctly.  Knowledge of biomechanics of walking or the sport involved  is the most important aspect . See our website at AnkleNFoot.com for detailed explanations of different custom orthotics. Chicago Podiatrists of AnkleNFootCenters.com are specialists in orthopedics and surgery. Dr George Tsatsos, Svetlana Zats & …

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Foot injuries-Thomas & Cousins- are killing the Redskins!

Redskins Phillip Thomas -Lisfranc injury of  foot-out for the season. Kirk Cousins –mid-foot sprain-unknown. Board Certified/Eligible Chicago Podiatrists  at AnkleNFootCenters excel in treatment of these kinds of injuries.

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Chicago Podiatrists vs Orthopedists- How long may it take to receive treatment?

The Chicago Podiatrist say….at the AnkleNFootCenters.com you can be seen same day for your ankle sprain, have  x-rays & be read by the treating podiatrist , be treated with physical therapy at our locations under the supervision of your treating podiatrist-or receive any other appropriate treatment same day. We are even able to schedule out patient …

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Chicago Podiatrist Treats Bunions

The Chicago Podiatrists at the AnkleNfootCenters use the latest techniques to do bunion surgery & return their patients to their activities much faster than most hospitals & clinics! The Chicago Podiatrists of AnkleNFootCenters.com are specialists in orthopedics and sports medicine. We are located in Chicago & Elmhurst Dr George Tsatsos, Svetlana Zats & Dr Mariano …

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Chicago Podiatrist Treats Heel Pain

This Orthopedic Chicago Podiatrist located in West Loop 60661,Roscoe Village 60618, Elmhurst 60126 & Bartlett 60103 says…Heel pain on the bottom of your foot & pain after inactivity to activity may indicate plantar fasciitis. Best treatment may be  stretching & wearing heel lifts until it quiets down. If the condition becomes chronic-then come see the …

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