Chicago Podiatrist
Chicago Foot Doctor

    

Welcome to our podiatry practice in Chicago.

Our mission is to provide you with comprehensive, state of the art, medical and surgical treatment of the foot and ankle in a compassionate, professional environment.

Our emphasis is on the treatment of all your foot and ankle problems. We believe that prompt diagnosis, early intervention and prevention are essential for your care. Dr. Buividas is a highly trained professional who heads an experienced team in delivering you quality care.

Our goal is to provide you with the best health care possible. This website is designed to offer you information on frequently asked questions. Please do not hesitate to discuss any areas of concern with us directly.

We are grateful for your interest in Dr. Buividas and the Archer Foot and Ankle Clinic, and look forward to the opportunity of serving you and your family.


What is a Podiatrist?

A Podiatrist, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM), is the only health care professional whose total training focuses on the foot, ankle and related body systems. This includes the diagnosis of general medical problems and surgical management of foot diseases, deformities, and trauma of the foot, ankle and related structures. After obtaining an undergraduate degree, the podiatric doctor spends four years in a college of podiatric medicine to obtain a doctorate degree.

Dr Buividas furthered his education by participating in a post-graduate residency program at an accredited hospital. Following his doctorate degree he passed national and state examinations.

Dr. Buividas is double board certified by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and the American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine. He has successfully completed credentialing and examination processes and has demonstrated knowledge of podiatric surgery, orthopedics and medicine.

Dr. Buividas cares for people of all ages. Common disorders he can help you with include arthritis (joint pain), arch problems, bunions, corns, calluses, diabetic conditions, flatfeet, fractures, fungus infections, hammertoes, heel pain/spurs, ingrown toenails, neuromas, sports injuries, sprains, ulcers, walking problems and warts. See our Common Disorders page for a more complete list of conditions.


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