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Meet Our Podiatrists

Dr. Svetlana Zats

is Board Certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery (ABPS) and has recently completed a 3-year surgical residency of the foot and ankle at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago... Read More Here

Dr. Mariano Rivera

is board qualified (ABPS) in foot and ankle surgery as well as reconstructive foot and ankle surgery. He completed a 3 year surgical residency at ....Read More Here

Dr. Kevin Massard

graduated from Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in 1999. He completed his residency program in the orthopedic surgery dept. of Chicago's busiest... Read More Here

Dr. George Tsatsos

is Board Certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery (ABMSP), Foot and Ankle Orthopedics (ABPOPPM) and Podiatric Surgery (AAPM)...Read More Here


PODIATRY OFFICE LOCATIONS IN CHICAGO, NEAR OAK BROOK, BENSENVILLE, VILLA PARK, DOWNERS GROVE, UKRAINIAN VILLAGE, AND NORTHLAKE
Ankle N Foot Centers

225 South Jefferson St
Chicago, Illinois 60661
1-312-612-5000

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Ankle N Foot Centers

2220 W Belmont Ave 
Chicago, Illinois 60618 
1-773-348-7500

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Ankle N Foot Centers

1810 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60622
1-773-227-3080

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Ankle N Foot Centers

401 N. York Street
Elmhurst, Illinois 60126
1-630-530-5757

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Ankle N Foot Centers

321 West Railroad Ave 
Bartlett, Illinois 60103 
1-630-530-5757

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