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Advocate Dreyer Creates Complex Pediatric Care Clinic

Under the guidance of physician Nisha Kakodkar, M.D., Advocate Dreyer is opening a Complex Pediatric Care Clinic at their Fox Valley Villages location. Dr. Kakodkar’s special interests include working with children who have chronic illnesses and developmental or behavioral challenges.

The Complex Pediatric Care Clinic provides a comprehensive medical home model with the inclusion of on-site walk in care, occupational therapy, speech therapy, lab, imaging, child & adolescent behavioral health sciences.



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From our physicians and nurses to our appointment receptionists, Dreyer’s orthopaedics team has one common goal – to provide you with the highest quality health care available.

Our orthopaedic experts are conveniently located close to your home, to help you with your aches, sprains, fractures, and more. We care for adults and children, including the following services:

  • Joint injections, reconstruction, and replacement
  • Primary care sports medicine
  • Fractures
  • Diseases of the foot and ankle
  • Diabetic foot care
  • Bone infections and deformities
  • Shoulder injuries
  • Work-related injuries
  • Arthroscopic surgery


Divisions of the Orthopaedics Department include:



2500 W. Fabyan
Batavia, IL 60510
1221 N. Highland
Aurora, IL 60506
2040 Ogden Ave
Aurora, IL 60504

If you have an urgent need to reach a physician after 5:00 p.m., an after hours answering service is available at 630-859-3248. The answering service will contact the physician on call, ensuring your needs are responded to as soon as possible.

Orthopaedic Surgery

Dreyer offers a team of expert orthopaedic surgeons dedicated to returning you to your normal activities as soon as possible. From minor to major health concerns, our surgeons are close to your home and ready to help. Whether you’re experiencing joint pain, fractures, broken bones, or require replacement surgery, you can trust our care team to provide you with the best treatment available.


  • Arthroscopic Surgery
  • Bone Deformities
  • Bone Infections
  • Bone Tumors
  • Hip Replacement
  • Joint Replacement
  • Knee Reconstruction and Replacement
  • Minor Hand Surgery
  • Shoulder Reconstruction
  • Trauma
  • Work-Related Injuries


Jamil Jacobs-El, M.D., Ph.D
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Steven I. Rabin, M.D.
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Neena S. Szuch, M.D.
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Anthony N. Williams, P.A.-C
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Thomas C. White, M.D.
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Sports Medicine

Dreyer’s sports medicine experts, Dr. Hilgers and Dr. Szuch, treat a wide variety of sports related injuries, including concussions and sprains. For severe injuries, they also perform more complex surgeries such as knee and shoulder reconstruction.

Concussion concerns? Dr. Hilgers performs baseline concussion testing and treatment. He is also the lead physician for Minor League Baseball Umpires.

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You don’t need to be a professional to be treated like one, Dr. Hilgers and Dr. Szuch have the experience, expertise and knowledge to get you back on the field, court or track.


Marc P. Hilgers, MD, PhD, FAAFP
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Neena S. Szuch, M.D.
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Dreyer’s podiatry team consisting of Dr. Austin, Dr. Raigaga and Dr. Taha diagnose and treat foot, ankle, and other issues related to the leg.

Make an appointment today if you have a sprained ankle, complications from diabetes, experience pain when walking, or require foot and ankle surgery.


Jill H. Austin, D.P.M.
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Kumar Raigaga, D.P.M.
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Ibrahim A. Taha, D.P.M.
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Runner Stretching Techniques from Dreyer Sports Medicine

Athletic trainers from Dreyer Medical Clinic's Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine team demonstrate several dynamic warm-up and static cool-down stretches for runners.


Foam Roller Massage for Runners

Athletic trainers from Dreyer Medical Clinic's Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine team demonstrate using a foam roller to massage four key muscles for runners: hamstring, piriformis, iliotibial (IT) band, and calves.