HomePhysiciansJulie E. Andreas, DPM, FACFAS

Julie E. Andreas, DPM, FACFAS

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.


Patient Satisfaction Rating

4.4
Based on 312 reviews

  • General

    SPECIALTIES

    • Podiatry
    • Years in Practice: 11


    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
    • Ankle & Foot Sprain Care
    • Arthritic Deformities Treatment
    • Arthritis Treatment
    • Bunion Surgery
    • Charcot Foot
    • Cheilectomy
    • Claw Toe/Contracted Toe
    • Corn/Calluses Treatment
    • Cortisone Injection
    • Custom Orthotic Therapy
    • Cyst/Mass of Foot
    • Diabetic Foot Care
    • Flatfoot Deformities
    • Foot & Ankle Trauma
    • Hammertoe Correction Surgery
    • Heel Pain
    • Ingrown Toenails
    • Nail Fungus
    • Neuromas
    • Plantar Faciitis
    • Sprain and Fracture Care
    • Surgical & Non-Surgical Treatment / Nail Disorders
    • Surgical & Non-Surgical Treatment / Skin Disorders
    • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
    • Treatment of Sports Related Injuries
    • Wart Treatment
  • Memberships

    • American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
    • American Podiatric Medical Association
    • Illinois Podiatric Medical Association
    • Illinois Podiatric Medical Association
  • Patient Ratings & Comments

    Patient Satisfaction Rating
    4.4
    Based on 312 reviews

    Rating Categories

    The Patient Satisfaction Rating score is an average of all responses to care provider related questions on our independent rating system, the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey.


    Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best score. Learn more about our patient satisfaction survey.

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    Ease of scheduling appointments

    4.4
    306 ratings

    Provider showed concern

    4.5
    308 ratings

    Friendliness/courtesy of Care Provider

    4.7
    306 ratings

    Care Provider spoke using clear language

    4.7
    308 ratings

    Provider explained things clearly

    4.6
    306 ratings

    Time Care Provider spent with patient

    4.4
    308 ratings

    Provider included you in decisions

    4.5
    304 ratings

    Patients' confidence in Care Provider

    4.5
    305 ratings

    Likelihood of recommending this provider

    4.4
    306 ratings

    Wait time at clinic

    3.6
    302 ratings


    Comments (19)

    Comments are collected in our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Surveys. Patients are de-identified to protect confidentiality and patient privacy. Learn more about our patient satisfaction survey.


    5.0
    Jul 30, 2019
    doctor was excellent  
    4.4
    Jul 21, 2019
    Dr Andreas is a wonderful person. She is patient, knowledgeable, and kind.  
    4.6
    Jul 19, 2019
    Five minutes after *Dr. Andreas walked in, I felt like I had known her forever.  
    5.0
    Jul 16, 2019
    Dr Andreas answered all my questions in depth and covered several things I didn't ask about.  
    5.0
    Jul 11, 2019
    Dr Andreas asked lots of questions, explained everything to me and involved me in the decision for fixing my problem!  
    4.5
    Jun 29, 2019
    I appreciated she was apologetic about the wait.  
    4.8
    Jun 04, 2019
    Dr Andreas recognized me even though my last visit with her was at least five years ago.  
    4.8
    May 22, 2019
    Dr. Andres is GREAT!!!! I have recommended her to at least three other people, and have shown off her work to family and friends. She did an amazing job on my foot. I couldn't be See more  
    5.0
    May 21, 2019
    Provider gave me written instructions and went over then with me before I left. I have already recommended this provider to a relative.  
    4.9
    May 15, 2019
    Dr. Andreas was wonderful and helpful. she addressed every issue I had with my feet and took care of a thick callous on my foot. she's great!  
    4.6
    Apr 23, 2019
    She gave me good feedback on my condition explained everything terming and asked if I had any questions She did them outstanding job  
    3.3
    Apr 04, 2019
    I felt somewhat rushed  
    4.6
    Mar 31, 2019
    I really like working with Dr. Andreas. I  
    5.0
    Mar 03, 2019
    I truly appreciated Doctor Julie Andreas's patience and professionalism on my very first visit to see her for tking care of my feet !I would definitely recommend her for any reason to friends and family See more  
    4.9
    Feb 17, 2019
    she's a good Dr  
    5.0
    Jan 29, 2019
    everything good  
    5.0
    Jan 28, 2019
    love my doctor  
    4.1
    Jan 15, 2019
    Doc was great  
    4.4
    Dec 19, 2018
    Liked her patient/doctor demeanor very much.  
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