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    Getting to Know Suburban Orthopaedics

    Last updated 1 month ago

    Since its founding in 2000, Suburban Orthopaedics has been providing services for the communities of Elgin, Elk Grove, and Bartlett, IL. Our entire staff is dedicated to providing friendly, respectful, and supportive services that range from diagnostic imaging and physical therapy to pain management and orthopaedic surgery. Suburban Orthopaedics focuses on a team approach to delivering total-body care within a single office for patient health, comfort, and convenience. You can learn more about what makes Suburban Orthopaedics a premier healthcare provider by watching this short video.

    Would you like to get to know Suburban Orthopaedics and our team of elite healthcare professionals for yourself? Contact us today by calling (888) 876-0117 to schedule your initial consultation with one of our qualified and compassionate physicians. You can find more information about our three locations and the comprehensive orthopaedic services we provide on our website.

    Answering Some Common Questions About Plantar Fasciitis

    Last updated 1 month ago

    Plantar Fasciitis causes heel pain as a result of inflammation in the plantar fascia of the foot. This condition is one of the most common reasons individuals seek orthopaedic treatment. If you have questions about plantar fasciitis and heel pain, your physician can provide personalized answers to help you eliminate pain and resume normal activities.

    What Are the Risk Factors for Plantar Fasciitis?

    There are several risk factors that can increase your likelihood of developing heel pain due to plantar fasciitis. Being overweight increases the pressure on your foot, leading to irritation and inflammation of the tendons. Similarly, weight gain during pregnancy can also spark heel pain. Runners, endurance athletes, and individuals with active job requirements are also more likely to develop plantar fasciitis. Additionally, structural foot problems such as flat feet or high arches may also increase your risk for plantar fasciitis-related heel pain.

    What Does Plantar Fasciitis Feel Like?

    Plantar fasciitis causes heel pain that is often accompanied by stiffness of the foot. In most cases, you will only develop heel pain in one foot, though plantar fasciitis can affect both feet. Pain may be either dull or sharp; discomfort due to plantar fasciitis is most often worse when you first wake up and get out of bed in the morning. Your pain may improve during the day, but worsen after periods of rest or just after the cessation of physical activity.

    What Are the Treatments for Plantar Fasciitis?

    Treatments for plantar fasciitis focus on relieving pain by reducing inflammation of the plantar fascia. The simplest home treatments include rest, ice, non-prescription medication, and arch supports or foot braces. If your pain persists, your orthopaedic specialist may suggest corticosteroid injections, physical therapy, shock wave therapy, and, in extreme cases, surgical treatment.

    Don’t let heel, back, or neck pain stop you from enjoying the activities you love—call Suburban Orthopaedics today at (888) 876-0117 to meet with one of our qualified orthopaedic surgeons about your treatment options. Check out the other articles on our blog to learn more about the causes of common orthopaedic problems.

    Suburban Orthopaedics Review!

    Last updated 2 months ago

    I had such bad back and leg pain that I could no longer drive or sit at my desk. I ended up having to work from home in a recliner chair and on pain medications. I six weeks I made four trips to the emergeny room because the pain was out of control. In late October I went to see Dr. Novoseletsky for pain management. He explained that there were... More
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    Understanding Workers' Compensation

    Last updated 2 months ago

    Accidents can happen at any time and place, including while you are on the job. Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance your employer holds that provides coverage if you are injured in the course of performing your job or related duties. This insurance is designed to pay for your medical care, including diagnostic imaging, treatment, and physical rehabilitation. Workers’ compensation also covers any wages you may have lost due to your injury if you are unable to work until treatment is complete. In the state of Illinois, nearly all employees receive this coverage beginning at the instant they are hired. Injuries covered by workers’ compensation include repetitive stress injuries, acute injuries such as falls, slips, and trips, and even heart attacks, strokes, or other serious problems caused by work.

    Have you been injured on the job in Bartlett, IL? Suburban Orthopaedics provides comprehensive treatment and care so you can get back to work faster and without pain. We will work with you to manage pain and restore your body to pre-injury conditions. If you’d like to discuss your treatment options, call (888) 876-0117 or visit our website to reach us online.

    Suburban Orthopaedics Review!

    Last updated 2 months ago

    I worked as surgical tech for 12 years and had the chance to work with Howard Freedberg 20 years ago . I was amazed at the recovery of his patients. He would bring in patients and rescope the joint after recovery and the joint would look like new . I remembered that when I was needing some ortho help with my knee. I just had my knee scope done I am... More
    Lori

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