Foot and ankle ortopaedic care

Podiatrist

Dr .Anna John

Dr. Anna received her podiatric medical degree at Chicago Medical School Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine. Her residency was completed at DePaul Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri. As a board certified foot and ankle orthopedic care, Dr. Anna is experienced in all areas of podiatric care. She specializes in foot care, sports medicine, wound care, and diabetic limb salvage.

SHOULD I SEE A PODIATRIST?

If you’re fed up with your foot pain and you know it’s time to see a medical professional, figuring out which one is the right one to see can make your head spin.

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Joint Problems

A simple series of manual adjustments can free your joints and allow unrestricted movement that is pain-free.

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Nerve Issues

Chiropractor may use a combination of deep-muscle stimulation (stim), massage, and gentle manipulation to release the tension and free the nerve from compression.

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Spinal Issues

When your foot pain is due to a spinal irregularity, a chiropractor can help to align your backbone and restore balance to your gait.

fOOT CARE IS IMPORTANT

Activities like working, shopping and walking are just a few of the daily living activities that make you self-sufficient. If you have foot problems or your feet hurt, you won’t be functioning at your best. Even if you have a desk job, you still need to get up occasionally. Poor foot health can impede work performance and even result in lost time from work. And with poor foot health, you’re less likely to engage in physical activity.