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Foot and Ankle Center, Bloomingdale, IL

117 W Lake Street

Bloomingdale, IL 60108

(630) 582-3338

Welcome to the office of George Carioscia, D.P.M., Christopher Cklamovski, D.P.M. and Jessica Sullivan, D.P.M. 

At the office of George Carioscia, D.P.M., Christopher Cklamovski, D.P.M. and Jessica Sullivan, D.P.M., our priority is to deliver quality care to informed patients in a comfortable and convenient setting.

Quality Care
When you have problems with your feet, you need to turn to a podiatrist who listens and responds ... an experienced doctor who knows the field and can effectively diagnose and treat your needs ... a friendly physician who counsels you on the best ways to maintain and improve your health. Our staff meets all these criteria. Plus, you benefit from a dedicated team of trained professionals who give you the individualized attention you deserve.

Informed Patients
George Carioscia, D.P.M., Christopher Cklamovski, D.P.M. and Jessica Sullivan, D.P.M., believe that informed patients are better prepared to make decisions regarding their health and well being. That is why we've included an extensive section on this web site covering the full array of topics associated with podiatry and podiatric diagnoses and treatments. We encourage you to look through these pages whenever you have an interest or concern about your feet.

Comfortable, Convenient Setting
The best care in the world doesn't mean anything if you can't access it. At the offices of George Carioscia, D.P.M. and Jessica Sullivan D.P.M. we strive to make our Bloomingdale office as efficient and convenient as possible. [Included in these web pages is information about George Carioscia, D.P.M,, Christopher Cklamovski, D.P.M. and Jessica Sullivan, D.P.M.'s office,  map, directions, hours, insurance policies and appointment scheduling.] You can even email a request for an appointment right here!

We hope you find this web site useful and invite you to contact us with your questions at any time.


Dr. Carioscia, Dr. Cklamovski and Dr. Sullivan are excited to offer the latest biologic advances in Diabetic Wound Care and Limb Salvage- in office!

Meet Our Staff

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  • Christopher Cklamovski
    DPM, MPH
    Physician & Surgeon

    Dr. Cklamovski was born and raised in the Southwestern suburbs of Chicago. He completed his undergraduate and graduate education in rural Illinois earning degrees in molecular biology, biochemistry and a masters degree in public health. He completed podiatric medical school in New York City and then returned home to complete comprehensive reconstructive foot and ankle surgery training at Loyola University Medical Center and Hines VA Hospital. He is an avid Chicago sports fan and competed collegiately in wrestling and football. In his free time Dr. Cklamovski enjoys restoring classic muscle cars and traveling to experience different cultures and cuisine.

  • George Carioscia
    DPM
    Physician & Surgeon

    Dr. George Carioscia attended UIC for undergraduate study.  In 1991, Dr. Carioscia earned a 4-year Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree with Cum Laude Honors from Dr. William. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago, IL.  He completed his surgical residency training in Chicago, IL at Loretto Hospital from 1991-1993. Later that year, Dr. Carioscia opened Foot and Ankle Center in the Bloomingdale area.

  • Jessica Sullivan
    D.P.M
    Physician & Surgeon

    Dr. Jessica Sullivan is a 1st Generation Polish-American, bilingual in English and Polish. She was raised in the Western Suburbs of Chicago, attended The University of Illinois-Chicago for undergraduate study, and graduated from Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in North Chicago with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree. Dr. Sullivan completed her surgical residency training at Norwegian American Hospital in Chicago with a credential in reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery. Dr. Sullivan is committed to her patients and is determined to provide the best compassionate care possible to build longstanding relationship.

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Hours of Operation

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Foot and Ankle Center, Bloomingdale, IL

Monday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "I had Bunion surgery done by Dr. Sullivan in August. Both my sister and my mom had this surgery done before and were shocked that I had very little pain after the procedure. I was expecting to be sore for at least a few weeks, and I had a little discomfort from the swelling but that was it. I kept it raised (as much as I could stand), and iced it. I did take Advil a few times as well. I am so glad I no longer have the aching foot at night."
    Sandra
  • "Everyone there is friendly and helpful. Happy I've been going there."
    The Wilsons