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Posts for: March, 2020

By Dr Pedram Hendizadeh
March 24, 2020
Category: Others

We are seeing more and more patients virtually from the comfort of their homes.


Our top-rated doctors are here to guide you during this difficult time.  While we can not perform any procedures, we can certainly guide you in the right direction, call in medications, and provide advice on all your foot care needs.  In the case of a true emergency, our doctors can meet you at one of our offices during specific hours for further care if necessary.

By Dr Aarti Kumar
March 19, 2020
Category: Heel Pain
Tags: Heel Pain  
Are you stuck at home with heel pain and don't know what to do? Rest assured we at Advanced Podiatry are here to help you; but if you have decided to self-quarantine during this tumultuous time, here a few tips to get you through pain:
1. Rest/elevate- if you are able to, it is is best to rest and elevate your feet to help with inflammation subside
2. Ice- apply ice or cold compresses to the bottom of the heel at least 2-3 times a day for about 10-15 minutes/day. 
3. Non-steroidal antiinflammatories (NSAIDs)- since most heel pain is caused an inflammatory process, short term NSAIDs such as Aleeve or Advil might help with alleviation of symptoms. Keep in mind, though, if you have any history of acid reflux or take blood thinners, NSAIDs are not a good choice. 
4. Stretching- if you have heel pain first step out of bed in the morning, stretches are a good idea to keep heel pain at bay in the long run. Try a standing calf stretch where you stand placing both hands on a wall keeping the affected limb straight and other knee bent and holding the stretch for 10 seconds. Another stretch to do is placing a towel under the ball of your foot and pulling towards your face holding the stretch for 10 seconds. Try about 10 reps on each side to stay symmetrical. 
5. Supportive shoe gear- if you are going out for a walk or run, keep in mind to wear supportive sneakers. If a sneaker bends in the middle, it is not a supportive shoe. Try wearing orthotics so that your arches are supported. 
Above are just some recommendations in helping acute heel pain. Our doctors are available in the offices to help you if none of the above helps decrease pain. Additionally, keeping the current state of affairs in mind, our doctors are now offering telemedicine so that you can freely share your concerns while feeling safe at home. 

By Dr Tyler Miranda
March 05, 2020
Category: Others

At Advanced Podiatry, our goal to maximize your overall wellness from the ground up. We pride ourselves on ensuring a comfortable, clean, safe environment in our offices. For us, health and safety are considered constantly but for most of the population, these topics have been under the spotlight only recently. With discussions regarding world health at the forefront of the news many people are reflecting on their overall health. Not only are we in the heart of Flu season but constant media coverage of the Coronavirus outbreak has heightened our awareness for wellness. As we take measures to protect ourselves and our loved ones from ailments of all sorts it is important to use common sense and be well educated about the threats to our health. Use trusted sources for your information. The World Health Organization offers many excellent resources including rolling continuous coverage of all pertinent updates relating to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak here. https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/events-as-they-happen

In addition to educating yourself make sure that you take the proper precautions when it comes to your behavior and hygiene, such as frequent hand washing and avoiding unnecessary hand contact with your face. 
As always make sure that you contact your primary care doctor with any concerning symptoms or questions. At Advanced Podiatry, we here to manage all of you and your family's foot problems but we are also rooting for your complete well being and overall health. Stay educated, stay safe, stay healthy!

By Dr Evan Vieira
March 03, 2020
Category: Foot Care
Tags: Summer is Coming  
Summer is right around the corner.  Saturday, June 20th to be exact.  Finally, we can dump those clunky boots, thick jackets and annoying gloves for t-shirts and sandals.  But, for some this is a nerve wracking and anxiety ridden time of year.  For many people with foot problems, this is the unfortunate reality. 
Bunions, hammertoes, fungal nails and other issues plague patients and leave them feeling embarrassed, sad and outcast.  However, we can help! 
Here at Advanced Podiatry we provide a full cadre of services to alleviate your most embarrassing foot issues.  Moreover, now is the time! You still have time to get ready for this summer.  Come in today for your evaluation.  Don't wait! The time is now!

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2110 Northern Blvd.
Manhasset, NY 11030

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181 Main St.
Huntington, NY 11743

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100 Middle Country Rd.
Coram, NY 11727

(631) 696-9636

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20 Crossways Park North Suite 304
Woodbury, NY 11797

(516) 681-8866

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Advanced Podiatry
155 Mineola Boulevard, Suite B 
Mineola, NY 11501

(516) 741-3338

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70-01 Grand Ave
Maspeth, NY 11378

(718) 639-0499

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Advanced Podiatry
479 Willis Ave,
Williston Park, NY 11596

(516) 741-3338

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