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4705 Willow Springs Road
La Grange, IL 60525
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La Grange - Dr. Vasilios Litsas -  Board Certified Surgeon Foot & Ankle

Do your feet hurt? Then we welcome you to our practice. At Litsas Foot & Ankle, our priority is to deliver quality care to patients in a comfortable and convenient setting.

Dr. Litsas believes that solving ones problem is a team approach between the doctor and the patient. Dr. Litsas spends his time listening to understand your concerns and responds with the best treatment plan for you.

Our entire staff is committed to improving the health of your feet. As an expert in the field of podiatry,  Dr. Litsas will do a comprehensive exam and diagnostic analysis of your condition.  He will offer innovative treatments for injuries, diseases, and other conditions of your feet.  As well as being a board certified surgeon, Dr. Litsas specializes in sports medicine and custom molded orthotics.

Contact our office today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Litsas.

Please also take some time to review the information on this website. To better serve you, we have provided extensive reading on:

  • The podiatric services we offer. 
  • Various foot care topics. 
  • Various foot diseases, deformities, and injuries.
  • State of the art procedures

Your podiatric health is our top priority. Please contact us if you have any questions, need additional information, or want to schedule an appointment, La Grange (708) 588-0250

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Depending on your foot structure and the support from your footwear, your stance and walk may be creating problems not only for your feet, but also for your legs, hips, and back. Proper posture and an even gait can keep you aligned and reduce stress and pressure on your feet, legs, and back. Importance of proper shoe fit Wearing a properly fit shoe with orthotic inserts will give you the support designed specifically for your foot structure. This customized footwear will produce better alignment of your spine and will help to reduce pain and...

When you are suffering from pain or discomfort in your feet and ankles, you need to visit Dr. Litsas to determine the source of the pain. With a series of tests and examinations available, we can better diagnose your condition and prescribe the best method of treatment. Depending on your specific symptoms, Dr. Litsas may use one or more of the following diagnostic tools to identify your condition:  CAT (or CT) Scan.  Disease Screenings.  Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).  ...

Foot and lower-leg pain, discomfort, and deformities may develop over time. Foot pain and lower-leg pain is usually not something you should ignore. Often, we will be able to determine the issue causing the pain or discomfort and recommend an effective method of treatment. The following is a (non-exhaustive) list of surgical procedures and non-surgical therapies used to treat foot and lower-leg pain.  General Surgery Information.  Achilles Surgery. Ankle Surgery.  Arthritis Surgery.  ...

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What is plantar fasciitis?

The most common cause of heel pain, plantar fasciitis is the irritation and inflammation of the plantar fascia, the band of tissue that supports your foot's arch. There are various causes of plantar fasciitis, including:  Being overweight. Flat... ...Read More

An orthotic is a replacement for the insole of your shoe. These inserts can be firm or soft and are used to support your foot and ankle, allowing for improved function and reduction of additional foot conditions. Consult Dr. Litsas about custom-made orthotics that are tailored to correct your... ...Read More

Orthotic inserts do not last forever. As the orthotic loses its shape and contours, it loses effectiveness. The lifespan of an orthotic depends on your level of activity and the type of orthotic you have. Typically, custom molded orthotic inserts may last one to two years. ...Read More

The treatment of athlete's foot will depend on the severity of your case. If you have a minor case of athlete's foot, you can typically treat it at home with over-the-counter antifungal medication. If you have a more serious outbreak of athlete's foot, your doctor may prescribe a prescription in the... ...Read More

Calluses and corns are areas of thick, hard skin that form on your foot due to pressure on your foot. Calluses are normal and typically do not have to be treated unless they cause you pain. You should never cut off calluses on your own. This can cause an infection and can be extremely... ...Read More

The easiest way to avoid ingrown toenails is to cut your nails in a straight line. You can slightly round the edges with a nail file; however, you should not cut down the side of your nail. You can also soften rough skin around your nail with moisturizer and a pumice stone. ...Read More

Many times overly dry feet, especially cracked heels, are an issue of heredity. However, you can reduce these issues by moisturizing your feet in the morning and before bed. If possible, you should also wear socks to bed to allow the cream to work. You should also remove hardened skin with a pumice... ...Read More

There are some simple steps in reducing foot odor. The first step, obviously, is to thoroughly wash your feet every day, including in between your toes (where bacteria can develop). You should also dry your feet and apply a powder to reduce perspiration. Another important tip is to wear cotton,... ...Read More

Bunions are bony bumps on the joint of your big or little toe. These protrusions are actually the progression of the misalignment of your toe. They can be caused by heredity, faulty foot mechanics, and even the shoes you wear. You can treat bunions by:  Cushioning the... ...Read More

It is difficult to differentiate between the symptoms of a severe sprain and a broken ankle. Because of this, the only way you can truly determine if your ankle is sprained or broken is to have an X-ray taken. ...Read More

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Dr. Vasilios Litsas
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La Grange, IL podiatrist Dr. Vasilios Litsas DPM offers a range of foot care services including treatment for gout, foot fractures, corns, and sprained ankles. Be sure to contact your La Grange, IL foot doctor at Litsas Center for Advanced Foot Care to schedule your appointment.

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