Welcome to AFP Podiatry

Dr. Phillip L. Forni is a double board certified podiatric physician–from: the  American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery (ABFAS), previously called the American Board of Podiatric Surgery(ABPS) and the American Board of Podiatric Medicine (ABPM) formerly called the American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics & Primary Podiatric Medicine (ABPOPPM) *Less than 5% of podiatrists have both certifications.  Dr. Forni is on staff at Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Elk Grove Village, Illinois

Our goals at AFP Podiatry, LTD are to provide the highest quality ankle and foot care utilizing the latest treatment protocols and offer a pain-free satisfying and friendly experience. We provide family oriented podiatric care to all age groups from infants through geriatrics. From the beginning of life to the end of life, we make sure that all of your needs are addressed. Read More

     LATEST NEWS:

JULY  20, 2017

We are now accepting new patients.  Once again, we are back on the BCBS PPO providers directory.  All data entry errors have been corrected by BCBS back to the start of 2017.  Call for your appointment today.

We are currently experiencing intermittent problems with our new phone carrier. Please leave us a message through this website and we will contact you. Please make sure it is a working phone number. Remember if you have Privacy Manager on your phone it will not allow us to contact you. Although your email to us is encrypted via this website and meets HIPAA compliance, we will NEVER answer via email. We will only return phone calls.

Enjoy 2017 with a brand new pair of custom made orthotics. 

The shape and height of your arch changes when you are sleeping in bed versus standing or walking on the ground. Patients with healthy arches have little difference in the shape or height of their arch while walking or sleeping.  A properly made orthotic maintains the true arch with every step you take, producing comfort throughout the day.

The best-designed foot orthotic captures the true arch with a cast impression of the foot while sitting with the feet off the ground.  Amateurs have patients or customers stand in a hardening foam, which captures the flattened arch.

The cast model of the foot is sent to a lab, along with a biomechanical prescription. The lab designs an orthotic from the cast model and the prescription that is strong enough to support the body weight without flattening out.  Obviously, the materials used for a 300-pound patient will be different than those used on a 70-pound patient.  Over the counter orthotics are made from the same materials regardless of the body weight.  Most insurance plans recognize the difference and pay for custom made orthotics.

Experience the comfort that custom made orthotics can bring to you! Call for an appointment today.