Arthritis Can Ruin the Party

Foot and Ankle Arthritis can be a complicated and long-running situation for many individuals.  You may know this or not, but arthritis can get worse with age. So, if you think your neglect of its formation will pay off, you are very wrong. If arthritis is not treated timely, the irritating pain it initially causes can thereafter grow into something so unbearable that you can no longer bear any weight or perhaps take regular walks for small amounts of time. Arthritis abolishes the apparatuses of a joint and is a wear and tear of the cartilage that produces inflammation of the joint. Stark arthritis can impede your mobility from behaving normally. Pain occurs as the joint is injured, and will lead to inflammation from the loss of cartilage. If not treated right away, your foot or ankle could become deformed. It’s also important to note that severe traumas that cause broken feet or torn ligaments can cause the joint to develop arthritis. With the right treatment, however, it can be slowed down.

Treatment for this condition includes:

At Stavros O. Alexopoulos, DPM located in Chicago, Illinois, our foot doctor, Stavros O. Alexopoulos, DPM, will ensure that you are taking the best measures to combat this disease. Please make an appointment by calling our office at (773) 561-8100 and check out our section to dive deeper into this subject or many other foot and ankle related topics.

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Stavros Alexopoulos One of Chicago’s top podiatrists, Stavros Alexopoulos, DPM, treats routine to complex foot and ankle issues. Dr. Alexopoulos is currently accepting new patients at My Chicago Foot Expert located near Ravenswood, North Park, and Jefferson Park.

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