Posts for: July, 2015

By Advanced Podiatry
July 22, 2015
Category: Foot Care
Tags: Laser Treatment  

Learn more about laser toenail fungus treatment in Roslyn and what it entails.

It’s summertime. It’s a time to enjoy sporting those fun new sandals or flip-flops. Unfortunately, this might not be as exciting for someone Toenail Fungus dealing with an embarrassing toenail fungus. Toenail fungus can turn the nail yellow, making it unpleasant to walk around in even the best summer shoes. If you are ready to get rid of pesky toenail fungus in Roslyn then find out how we can help with Pinpointe Footlaser.

How does Pinpointe FootLaser treat toenail fungus?

This state-of-the-art laser is directed at the infected toenail. As the laser beam passes through the nail it targets and kills the toenail fungus while leaving the nail and healthy surrounding skin untouched.

What should I expect when I get laser treatment in Roslyn for my toenail fungus?

The first step to eliminating your toenail fungus is to see your Roslyn podiatrist for a consultation. During your consultation we will examine your toenail and discuss how the procedure will be performed and whether or not you will require follow-up visits.

Does laser toenail fungus treatment hurt?

Most patients describe laser treatment as completely painless. Some may experience a warming sensation or the feeling of a small pinprick, but you won’t require anesthesia or pain medication prior to your visit.

Will my toenail be instantly clear after treatment?

While the laser kills fungus right away, it will take several months for your toenail to grow out and become clear again.

Will my toenail fungus return?

While the Pinpointe FootLaser is effective at getting rid of your toenail fungus, this doesn’t mean that it will prevent you from getting another infection in the future. After all, fungus is all around us, and it’s possible to be re-infected. If this is the case you may need to require another laser treatment.

Interested in finding out more about laser toenail fungus treatment in Roslyn and whether it’s right for you? Then give Advanced Podiatry of Roslyn a call today and let us schedule your much-needed consultation!


By Advanced Podiatry
July 07, 2015
Category: Foot Care
Know how to protect your feet and ankles from potential injury while exercising.
 

Once summer hits, athletes everywhere lace up their shoes and put on their gear and go outdoors to enjoy their favorite sport. Whether Summer Sports Injuriesa professional athlete or just an inspired novice, it’s important to protect your feet and ankles from injury while in the heat of the game or even during practice. Prevent an injury from sending you to your Roslyn podiatrist this summer by following these helpful tips:

Train in a steady progression

If you start training before your season starts, it’s important that you continue to increase the duration and intensity of your training over time. If you take on too much too fast you could find yourself with a nasty and painful condition like plantar fasciitis or Achilles tendonitis. Talk to your Roslyn podiatrist if you have questions about increasing your training intensity safely.

Warm-up before physical activity

No athlete should ever immediately run right into the game without first warming up the body. Cold muscles are more prone to injury, so take about ten minutes before a game or practice to do some light stretching and calisthenics to get the heart pumping and the blood flowing.

Always have the proper footwear

Even if you’re just playing a fun game with friends you still want to wear the best shoes for the sport. Don’t try playing in sandals or flip-flops, which don’t offer enough support or protection, particularly for sports like tennis or basketball that require fast, lateral movements, which cause a lot of the injuries that your Roslyn podiatrist sees. If you are unsure what footwear is appropriate for your activity, go to a specialty sporting goods store where an expert can help you choose the right shoes for your feet.

Don’t forget those socks

If you want to protect feet from infection, blisters, and other foot problems then you’ll want to wear socks at all times while you exercise. Better yet, opt for moisture-wicking socks, which help absorb sweat so your feet remain cool and help prevent fungal infections.

Whether your sport of choice is beach volleyball or a solo activity like biking, it’s important to always wear the proper protection and to take it easy at the first sign of a problem. Exercise should be fun, not painful on your body. If you start to notice foot or ankle problems you need to see your Roslyn podiatrist right away so the problem doesn’t get worse. Call Advanced Podiatry of Huntington today.



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Manhasset, NY Podiatrist
Advanced Podiatry
2110 Northern Blvd.
Suite 208
Manhasset, NY 11030
(516) 844-0039

Huntington, NY Podiatrist
Advanced Podiatry
181 Main St.
Suite 207
Huntington, NY 11743
(631) 400-3085

Maspeth, NY  Podiatrist
Advanced Podiatry
55-31 69th St.
Maspeth, NY 11378
(718) 747-9250

Great Neck, NY Podiatrist
Advanced Podiatry
488 Great Neck Rd.
Great Neck, NY 11021
(516) 544-1731
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Plainview Office
Advanced Podiatry
875 Old Country Rd
Suite 100
Plainview, NY 11803
(516) 544-1722

Roslyn, NY
1514 Old Northern Blvd.
Roslyn, NY 11576
(516) 484-1420
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