Our Illinois podiatrists are board certified by the American Board of Foot And Ankle Surgery and The American Board Of Podiatric Surgery. Though board certification isn’t mandatory, it certainly does help to communicate a podiatrist’s passion and dedication to his or her field. Board certification is just one more way for us to show you that we’re committed to providing you with the best care possible, while continuing to learn more about podiatry, technological advances, and advancements in this field of medicine. Your foot and ankle health are our top priority!
The extensive experience of our trusted podiatrists helps our patients feel better 9 out of 10 times without surgery. We employ multiple treatment methods to decrease the likelihood of surgery. Often, we can use custom orthotics by a certified shoe fitter to help you pick up the most supportive and comfortable footwear, or we have you wear a simple brace to avoid surgery. Sometimes we use innovative technology. Other times we will use more traditional treatment options. Bottom line, surgery is typically our last resort.
Whether you’re seeking foot or ankle pain treatment for yourself, your child, or another loved one, we can help. Our Chicago podiatrists are familiar with foot and ankle conditions that affect people of all ages, from infants to the elderly. Your feet are important to us, and whether it’s a seemingly small condition or a major one, your family’s feet are in good hands. Foot and ankle conditions can affect anyone, which is why we choose to be a family-friendly podiatry practice. From ingrown toenails to bunions and diabetic feet, we can help you and your loved ones feel better faster.
At Weil Foot & Ankle Institute, we accept most insurances. We also file all of the insurance paperwork for you. Our in-house billing department tracks current trends and changes in the insurance industry to help ensure that the most up-to-date billing codes are used, thus helping to ensure you receive the maximum coverage allowed by your insurance.
In the event that you do not have health insurance or a treatment offered is not covered by insurance, we also offer affordable and flexible payment options.
What does it mean to take a consultative approach? It means that your opinions, concerns, and input are important to our Chicago podiatrists at Weil Foot & Ankle Institute. We believe that you know your body, and you know what you are experiencing. With your help, we’re better able to determine your condition, and together, we can decide on the best treatment option for you and your lifestyle. Your opinion helps us to better serve you, so please let us know how we can help you.
If you are in pain, you shouldn’t have to wait. That’s why we offer same-day appointments to our patients. Depending on your unique situation, you may be able to receive same-day treatment as well. Our Chicago podiatrists want to make sure you don’t live with foot pain any longer than you have to. At Weil Foot & Ankle Institute, it’s our goal to make your podiatry care as convenient as possible and get you back to a more enjoyable life, without pain.
Weil Foot & Ankle Institute isn’t just a medical practice; we’re a family. We treat our patients with the same podiatry care and respect that we do our own loved ones. Your opinion and comfort are of the utmost importance to us, and the best thing we can possibly hear is someone in our care saying “I’m pain free!” Whether you’re a single adult, a married couple, an adult bringing in your elderly parent, a parent bringing in your child, or a friend helping another friend get the medical attention he or she needs, you’re welcome at Weil Foot & Ankle Institute. We try to avoid surgery when possible, opting for more conservative treatment options as a first-resort.
At Weil Foot & Ankle Institute we are more than a podiatry office. In fact, our entire team believes in participating in events and giving back to the community whenever possible.
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