HomePhysiciansJulie E. Andreas, D.P.M., F.A.C.F.A.S.

Julie E. Andreas, D.P.M., F.A.C.F.A.S.

Philosophy of Care

I am committed to providing the best care to all of my patients. I work closely with each person to develop a treatment plan that best suits their needs. Patient education is a priority of mine and I strive to make sure all of my patients understand their condition and treatment plan.

  • General

    SPECIALTIES

    • Podiatry
    • Years in Practice: 10


    BOARD CERTIFICATIONS

    • Podiatry, Foot & Ankle Surgery


    PATIENTS SEEN
    Accepts both children and adults


    LANGUAGES

    • English


    MEDICAL INTERESTS
    I have enjoyed participating in medical mission work in Mexico. I treat conditions of the foot and ankle for pediatric and adult patients. I am very interested in deformity corrections as well. I work with my patients in order to determine the best treatment plans for their needs, which can include conservative and surgical options.


    PERSONAL INTERESTS
    I enjoy spending time with my family and my two identical twin boys and my daughter.


  • Education

    EDUCATION
    School Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine
    Graduation Date 01/2001
    Degree Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

    RESIDENCY
    School North Chicago Veterans Administration Medical Center
    Title Surgical Resident

    School Resurrection Healthcare St. Joseph Hospital
    Title Resident in Podiatric Surgery

  • Procedures

    Podiatry
    • Bunion Surgery
    • Custom Orthotic Therapy
    • Diabetic Foot Care
    • Hammertoe Correction Surgery
    • Reconstructive Foot & Ankle Surgery
    • Sprain and Fracture Care
  • Memberships

    • American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
    • American Podiatric Medical Association
    • Illinois Podiatric Medical Association
    • Illinois Podiatric Medical Association
Health Topics Posts
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Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Today’s podiatrists are specialists, medically and surgically trained to treat the foot and ankle. From sports injuries and diabetes complications to pediatric deformities and heel pain, podiatrists are able to tackle all of your foot care needs. Licensed in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, there are approximately 15,000 podiatrists practicing in the United States. Here are answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about today’s podiatrists.

Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems
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Diabetes is a serious disease that can develop from lack of insulin production in the body or due to the inability of the body's insulin to perform its normal everyday functions. Of the sixteen million americans with diabetes, 25% will develop foot problems related to the disease.

Topics and Subtopics: Diabetes Care & Foot & Ankle Problems
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Take a step in the right direction with a visit to Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery of DuPage Medical Group. Our experienced medical professionals offer complete care and cutting-edge techniques to treat foot and ankle diseases, injuries and other disorders that may be slowing you down. Let our team of highly trained podiatrists help you get back on pace.

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Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
“My child has flat feet” is something I hear daily. The lack of understanding about this condition is frustrating.

Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Intoeing means that one or both feet point inward instead of pointing straight ahead when walking or running.

Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Heel pain in children is not uncommon. It is something, however, that warrants medical evaluation and attention. Heel pain in children should not be ignored. There are many problems that can cause heel pain in children, and the cause can only be determined by your doctor. If your child is experiencing heel pain, it should be evaluated by your podiatric foot and ankle surgeon.

Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
It's very important to begin foot care at a very young age, because feet carry people for their entire lives. Children can be affected by foot conditions including warts, heel pain, ingrown nails, flat feet, sport injuries, and intoeing or outoeing.

Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
What is pediatric heel pain? Heel pain is a common childhood complaint. That doesn’t mean, however, that it should be ignored, or that parents should wait to see if it will “go away.” Heel pain is a symptom, not a disease. In other words, heel pain is a warning sign that a child has a condition that deserves attention.

Topics and Subtopics: Children's Health & Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Plantar warts are noncancerous skin growths on the soles of your feet caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which enters your body through tiny cuts and breaks in your skin. Plantar warts often develop beneath pressure points in your feet, such as the heels or balls of your feet.

Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Painful progressive flatfoot, otherwise known as tibialis posterior tendinitis occurs when the tendon of the tibialis posterior becomes inflamed, stretched or suffers a partial or total tear.

Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Each day, with every step you take, your big toe bears a tremendous amount of stress—a force equal to about twice your body weight. Most of us don’t realize how much we use our big toe. We tend to take it for granted, unless a problem develops.

Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Gout is a form of arthritis that occurs as a result of the build-up of uric acid in the body and the joint fluid (hyperuricemia). This accumulation of uric acid typically occurs when the body has difficulty processing certain protein substances called purines (preens) that are found naturally in our diets.

Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
The structure of your foot is complex, consisting of bones, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Of the 26 bones in your foot, 19 are toe bones (phalanges) and metatarsal bones (the long bones in the midfoot).

Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems & Joints & Tissue
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
What is flatfoot? Flatfoot is often a complex disorder, with diverse symptoms and varying degrees of deformity and disability. There are several types of flatfoot, all of which have one characteristic in common—partial or total collapse (loss) of the arch.

Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a systemic disease that attacks multiple joints throughout the body. About 90% of the people with rheumatoid arthritis eventually develop symptoms related to the foot or ankle.

Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems
By DMG Podiatry, Foot and Ankle Surgery
Even though bunions are a common foot deformity, there are misconceptions about them. Many people may unnecessarily suffer the pain of bunions for years before seeking treatment.

Topics and Subtopics: Foot & Ankle Problems
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