dr mark j gagnon
Mark J. Gagnon

Choosing a healthcare provider is one of the most important decisions you can make. Dr. Mark J. Gagnon has over 25 years of experience as a Podiatrist and is a caring and knowledgeable doctor who takes the time to explain all of your options and treat you as a person, not just a patient. He works with his patients to form a comprehensive treatment plan that best suits their needs.

Advanced Podiatry has 3 offices conveniently located in Crestwood, Orland Park, and Summit, Illinois, to handle all your foot and ankle care including, but not limited to, Diabetic and Routine foot care as well as the treatment of warts, ingrown nails, sprains/breaks, bunions, hammer toes, fungal nails, plantar fasciitis (Orthotics), neuromas, wound care, and any other issues related to the foot and ankle. Dr. Mark J. Gagnon is a board-certified surgeon and provides conservative treatment as his primary focus with surgery as an alternative when necessary.

Our office staff is friendly and welcoming when you arrive and are committed to making your experience at our practice a positive one. They are always willing to answer any questions you may have regarding your care before and after you see the doctor.


Lapiplasty is a 3D bunion correction surgery provided by Dr. Gagnon and his primary focus is to provide conservative treatment with surgery as an alternative when necessary.

PADnet Testing (Peripheral Arterial Disease)
We provide this testing procedure in our Crestwood office to provide early detection of Peripheral Arterial Disease and Dr. Gagnon will discuss treatment options (incorporating lifestyle changes as well as non-invasive and invasive therapeutic options).

Diabetic Shoes
Diabetic shoes decrease the risk of diabetic foot ulcers and thereby reduce amputations. They provide support and protection while minimizing pressure points on the feet. They also have extra depth to accommodate diabetic inserts.
We are a licensed distributor of Diabetic Shoes and we have a broad line of styles and sizes to choose from. A Diabetic patient is given a comprehensive exam and if they meet the qualifications, diabetic shoes are covered by Medicare (and some Commercial plans) and patients are allowed 1 pair per year.

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