Consultant Neurologist

Dr. Roberto P. Segura is dedicated to helping patients afflicted with painful nerve disorders. He is specially trained in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal and peripheral nerve disorders of upper and lower limbs, as well as general neuromuscular diseases.

Dr. Segura is active in research and continuing education, focusing on the neurologic complications of diabetes. He has developed specific and unique techniques to facilitate the diagnosis of entrapment neuropathies in lower limbs. Dr. Segura combines neurophysiological studies and neuromuscular diagnostic ultrasound for the optimal diagnosis of peripheral nerve disorders.

Prior to establishing the Chicago Peripheral Nerve Center, Dr. Segura was a member of the Northwestern Medical Faculty Foundation (NMFF), and Director of EMG Laboratories and the Neuromuscular Program at Northwestern University in the Neurology Department from 1977 to 1990. He subsequently joined the Chicago Institute of Neurosurgery and Neuroresearch (CINN) as Director of Neurology and Neurodiagnostics.

For more information, download the Chicago Peripheral Nerve Center Brochure

Lower Extremity Podiatric Surgeon

Dr. Segura's Partner, Dr Rodríguez, is specially trained in the surgical decompression of lower limb entrapment neuropathies.

He also specializes in complex foot disorders, deformity correction such as Charcot's joint and injuries of the lower leg, ankle and foot.

For further information visit Dr Rodriguez website. www.cfaas.com



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Chicago Peripheral Nerve Center
Presence Saint Joseph Hospital
Laboure Outpatient Clinic
2913 North Commonwealth Ave
Chicago, IL 60657

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