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Anthony H. Borrelli

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Weil Foot & Ankle Institute

HQ Phone:  (847) 390-7666

Email: a***@***.com

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Weil Foot & Ankle Institute

1455 Golf Rd

Des Plaines, Illinois,60016

United States

Company Description

The physicians and staff of the Weil Foot & Ankle Institute are dedicated to using the latest research and most advanced technology to deliver exceptional podiatric care to people throughout Chicagoland and northeastern Illinois. Their services - whether preve...more

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Our Doctors | Foot Surgeons | Weil Foot & Ankle Institute

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Dr. Anthony H. Borrelli
Regenerative & Reconstructive Surgery


Chicago Podiatrists | Chicago Foot Doctors | Podiatric Surgeons | Podiatric Physicians - Weil Foot & Ankle Institute

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Dr. Anthony H. Borrelli, DPM, FACFAS
Anthony H. Borrelli, DPM, FACFAS


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ANTHONY H. BORRELLI, DPM, FACFAS
Meet The Doctors of Weil Foot & Ankle Institute Anthony H. Borrelli, DPM, FACFAS Dr. Borrelli serves as guest faculty at numerous national and international seminars on reconstructive foot and ankle surgery. He has also authored numerous scientific articles and book chapters on reconstructive foot and ankle surgery. Dr. Borrelli has several areas of special interest: Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery and Revision Surgery of the Foot and Ankle. His expertise includes Heel Pain and Shockwave Therapy, Bunion Surgery, Sports Medicine, Pediatric Podiatry, Ingrown Toenails, and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy. I feel being a devoted father and husband and developing and nurturing my family relationships helps me in all areas of my life. - Dr. Anthony Borrelli Dr. Borrelli practices at the following locations: LEARN MORE ABOUT ANTHONY H. BORRELLI, DPM, FACFAS


Chicago Podiatrist | Foot & Ankle Doctor - Weil Foot & Ankle Institute

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Home > About Us > Our Doctors > Anthony H. Borrelli, DPM, FACFAS
Anthony H. Borrelli, DPM, FACFAS Dr. Anthony H. Borrelli, Foot & Ankle Surgeon E-mail:ahb@weil4feet.com Office Locations: Dr. Borrelli has as areas of special interest reconstructive foot and ankle surgery and revision surgery of the foot and ankle.


Weil Foot & Ankle Institute | Podiatry Feet Specialists care Chicago IL

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According to Dr. Anthony Borrelli, a board-certified podiatric surgeon at the Weil Foot & Ankle Institute (WFAI) specializing in reconstructive surgery, Carolyn fits the new demographic of plantar fasciitis sufferers.
Dr. Borrelli and other podiatric surgeons at WFAI also point to an increase in obesity, which puts extraordinary pressure on the feet. Those most at risk for plantar fasciitis include: runners, golfers and other fitness-minded people who overdo their activities; laborers, hospitality, retail and manufacturing industry workers who stand for long periods in non-supportive shoes; people with tight calf muscles or Achilles tendons; wearers of "outdoor slippers," or other non-supportive shoes. Dr. Borrelli and the team of physicians at Weil Foot & Ankle Institute suggest the following for preventing heel pain: After a thorough exam by Dr. Borrelli, Carolyn underwent a series of diagnostic and therapeutic treatments including a night splint, a removable walking cast, a painless cortisone shot and an MRI.


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