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Find a Podiatrist in Naperville, IL 60563 who can help with foot, ankle and lower leg disorders such as heel spurs, diabetic foot issues, ingrown toenails, deformities and bunions.

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  • Mark Konieczny, D.P.M. 110 Points

    Mark Konieczny, D.P.M.

    1000 E Ogden Ave
    Naperville, IL 60563

Nearby Cities

Warrenville (2.58 mi)
Winfield (5.29 mi)
Woodridge (5.67 mi)
Wheaton (5.92 mi)
Downers Grove (7.19 mi)
Bolingbrook (7.27 mi)
West Chicago (7.43 mi)
Glen Ellyn (7.56 mi)
Carol Stream (8.78 mi)
Westmont (8.87 mi)
Aurora (9.07 mi)
Darien (9.23 mi)
Batavia (9.6 mi)
Lombard (9.69 mi)
Romeoville (10.01 mi)

Podiatrist Info

Podiatrist Summary: A Podiatrist specializes in treating disorders of the foot, ankle and lower leg. Some of the conditions treated by a Podiatrist include corns, calluses, bunions, ingrown toenails, heel spurs and infections. A Podiatrist is also able to offer orthotics as well as diabetic foot care. Podiatrists are able to perform surgery and set fractures, or for less serious conditions, can prescribe drugs and/or physical therapy.

Podiatrist FAQs:
What is a

Podiatrist

?
A Podiatrist is a physician that treats the ankle, foot and lower leg. A Podiatrist is a licensed medical doctor, therefore a Podiatrist can prescribe medication.

What can a Podiatrist treat?
A Podiatrist treats bunions, warts, heel spurs, hammertoe as well as any fractures to the foot, ankle or lower leg. A Podiatrist is also able to provide diabetic foot care and can fit orthotics.

Where does a Podiatrist work?
A Podiatrist can work in a clinic, private practice or hospital. Find a Podiatrist near you by using our directory above.


Podiatrist Related Terms: Achilles tendon problems, hammertoe, heel pain, ingrown toenails, masses of the foot and ankle, neuroma, orthotics and bio-mechanical problems, painful ambulation, sprains, foot pain, sweaty feet, corns, calluses, bunions, bone spurs, arthritis, podiatry, foot care