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Our Podiatric Medical Assistant just celebrated 25 years of loyal service to our patients and staff.
Marc Feder, DPM presents the 2019 Feder Scholarship Award to Scholl College Recipient, Jennifer So, at this year’s Annual Meeting of the Illinois Podiatric Medical Association.
The Feder Scholarship Award was established years ago when Harold Feder, DPM & sons, Joel & Marc practiced together. All 3 Feders enjoyed a lifetime of service to the Podiatric profession on both a local & a national level.
Dr. David Kretch & Jen stand outside of our new office at 5356 W. Addison St., in the Portage Park neighborhood. The “Helping Hand” Logo on the window was designed by Dr. Kretch’s senior associate, Dr. Marc Feder.
It’s not just the Students who return to school each fall about whom we’re concerned. Yes, their shoes should fit. And feet need to be checked as well as gait be examined. But, it’s also about the Teachers, Administrators, Social Workers, Engineers, Cooks & Support Staff who need good shoes and healthy feet to do their jobs. When your feet hurt, you hurt all over!
Please know that Podiatrists are THE EXPERTS in FOOT & ANKLE CARE. And we welcome New Patients in our practice. Feel free to have your loved ones call: 773-202-8800.
Our practice is growing! Drs. Feder & Kalk are pleased to announce that Dr. David Kretch has become their newest Associate at Affiliated Podiatrists. Dr. Kretch has recently concluded a 3 year Podiatric Surgical Residency at Rush University Medical Center where he served as Chief Resident.
“Dr. Kretch is like one of the family!” states Dr. Marc Feder. “We couldn’t be happier to have him as our newest associate of this practice.” adds Dr. Jason Kalk.
Dr. Jake Richey continues as an Associate of our group of doctors. The doctors are thrilled to have added young, bright, skilled podiatrists to their group who offer our patients expert foot & ankle care without delay.
Complemented by a support staff of nine full-time employees, we’re poised to handle all foot & ankle problems in an out-patient or (if necessary) an in-patient setting.