Franklin Park Spine/Rehabilitation & Podiatry

Dr. Pamela Ballard
Is joint pain keeping you from moving around freely? One visit can do wonders. We treat all kinds of workers compensation (workers comp) related injuries that are caused as a result of the activities you perform at work. We have a high success rate of successfully reversing many work related injuries.

We specialize in sport injuries, auto and work related injuries and family practice.

We provide: X-Ray, complete examination (physical/neurological/orthopedic), urinalysis, chiropractic adjustments, ultrasound, inferential current, soft tissue massage, mechanical traction, rehab. Strengthening, exercise equipment, custom orthotics, diabetic Medicare shoes.

The chiropractor treats: neck pain, mid/lower back pain, pinched nerves, disc problems, leg pain/sciatica, chest/rib pain, arthritis, knee/ankle sprains, post. Surgical knees/shoulders, whiplash, headaches (tension and migraines)

Read more about how we successfully provide teatment for: Low Back Pain   Upper Back Pain   Mid Back Pain   Neck Pain   Headaches   Shoulder and Arm Pain  
The podiatrist treats: foot pain (arch and heel), diabetic foot care, bunions, ingrown nails, plantar warts, spurs, foot and ankle injuries, corns and calluses, nail disorders, reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, hammer toes, neuromas

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What is Podiatric Medicine?

Podiatric Medicine is the branch of medicine dealing with problems of the foot, ankle and lower leg. This includes everything from nail problems to ankle fractures and lower leg ulcers. Other common examples of problems treated by podiatric physicians include bunion deformities, ingrown nails, heel pain, calluses, and care of various diabetic foot problems.

Podiatry is a branch of allopathic medicine. This is defined as the study of diseases and their treatment through medicinal, surgical and physical means. Allopathic medicine is the type employed by an internal medicine physician, a cardiologist, as well as your family doctor.

Education for a podiatric physician is similar to that of a family practice doctor. Each undergoes four years of medical school after obtaining an undergraduate degree (ie a college degree). Like your family doctor, a podiatrist follows medical school with a residency program which can last anywhere from two to four years.

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About Us
Dr. Pamela Ballard
Dr. Pamela Ballard has been a
chiropractor for 27 years.

Dr. Mike Williams
Dr. Michael Williams is a licensed podiatric physician.


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