Dr. Bruce Noxon

Bruce E. Noxon, DPM

brucenoxonBruce E. Noxon, DPM, FACFAS, FAPWCA

Dr. Noxon moved to Glenview after completing his residency training to acquire The Foot & Ankle Treatment Center in 1999.

He is married and has two teenage sons.  Outside of his practice, Dr. Noxon enjoys training for triathlons and marathons and is quite an accomplished triathlete.  In 2012, he competed on the Team USA Triathlon Team for the Long Course World Championships, and in 2014, on the Team USA Triathlon Team for the Short Course World Championships.  He also ran the 2014 Boston Marathon.  Throughout years of practice he has captured a great appreciation and understanding of lower extremity biomechanics and how it pertains to sport-related injuires. 

Dr. Noxon has lectured on many topics including, scarf bunionectomy, hammertoe correction, postier tibilal disfunction, skin graft subsitutes for wound closure, lower extremity biomechanics, and the diabetic foot.  His area's of specialty are sports medicine and surgery, reconstructive foot and ankle surgery, arthritis, trauma, deformity correction, and arthroscopic surgery. 



  • Diplomate of the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery
    • Board Certified in Foot Surgery
  • Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons
  • Fellow in the American Professional Wound Care Association
    • Board Certified in Wound Care


Hospital Appointments:

  • Senior Attending Physician, Dept. of Orthopedics, NorthShore University HealthSystems
  • Senior Clinical Instructor, Rush University Medical Center PMSR/RRA Cert



  • American Podiatric Medical Association
  • Illinois Podiatric Medical Association
  • American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons
  • American Professional Wound Care Association
  • American Diabetes Association


Education & Training:
Undergraduate: BA, Wittenburg Univesity, Springfield, OH
Medical School: Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Cleveland, OH
Residency: Chief Resident, Doxey-Hatch Medical Center, Salt Lake City, UT