Complete Ankle & Foot Care
Chicago Area's Best Experienced Podiatrists

Our Chicago Podiatrists Have Been Successfully Serving Chicago, Roscoe Village, West Loop, Bartlett, and Elmhurst Communities’ Foot & Ankle Problems For Over 25 years. Our Chicago and Elmhurst Podiatrists at the Ankle and Foot Centers specialize in Sports Medicine, Surgery and Orthopedics of the Foot & Ankle. Dr. Tsatsos and his associates take a team approach to ensure that your podiatric needs are treated effectively and quickly.


Why Choose Us ?

The Ankle N Foot Centers doctors are different from other hospitals and doctors because we provide all the care using the latest podiatric services and technologies for quick convenient diagnosis and treatment of your foot and ankle problems
You can find answers to common foot and ankle questions on our WordPress podiatry blog at Chicago Podiatrist.
  • Toenail Fungus Laser Treatment
  • Outpatient Foot & Ankle Surgery
  • Diabetic Care & Shoes for Medicare and other Insurances
  • Heel Pain & Plantar Fasciitis
  • Wart & Cyst Removal
  • Infected, In-Grown or Painful Toe Nails

Ankle N Foot Doctors Discuss Treatments for Hammertoes, Heel Pain, Sports Foot Injuries, Bunions

Ankle N Foot Centers

225 South Jefferson St
Chicago, Illinois 60661
Phone: (312) 612-5000

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Ankle N Foot Centers

321 West Railroad Ave
Bartlett, Illinois 60103
Phone: (630) 530-5757

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Ankle N Foot Centers

1810 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60622
Phone: (773) 227-3080

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Ankle N Foot Centers

401 N. York Street
Elmhurst, Illinois 60126
Phone: (630) 530-5757

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Ankle N Foot Centers

2220 W Belmont Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60618
Phone: (773) 348-7500

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Chicago Podiatrist Wordpress Blog

Easy Ways to Avoid Running Injuries

The prevailing attitude of many exercisers is that injuries are a normal part of running, and most injuries just magically appear. “Not so,” says Dr. George Tsatsos, Medical Director of the Clinics in Chicago. “Research clearly shows that the majority of injuries can be tracked to a certain cause—such as over-training—and with little planning …


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