The foot and ankle service at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, provides care for patients affected by foot and ankle disorders caused by conditions such as arthritis, trauma, fractures, diabetes, sports injuries and congenital deformities. The program offers the most current methods of diagnosis and treatment. When surgery is necessary, it is usually available on an outpatient basis.
Patient services and areas of research also include adult reconstruction, rheumatoid arthritis, industrial injuries, sports medicine, diabetes and biomechanics.
Conditions treated include:
- Sports injuries
- Congenital deformities
The Foot and and Ankle Team at Rush University Medical Center includes:
George Holmes, MD, head of the foot and ankle program at Rush University Medical Center. Holmes is a fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon who has been a medical consultant to national sporting teams and dance troupes.
Simon Lee, MD, a fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon. Lee is a Chicago native and a graduate of Rush Medical College. He is involved in numerous clinical studies relating to the foot and ankle. He serves as team consultant to Hubbard Street Dance and River North Chicago and volunteers yearly for the Chicago Marathon and Chicago Triathlon.
Johnny Lin, MD, a graduate of the Rush University Orthopedic Residency Program who subsequently completed a fellowship in foot and ankle surgery at the University of Tennessee-Campbell Clinic. In addition to providing comprehensive treatment of foot and ankle problems, Lin is actively involved in patient education through community educational events and lectures.