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Keryflex Nail Restoration Should be Part of your Nail Care

With the holidays quickly approaching I often speak to my patients about giving themselves the gift of nail restoration. Immediate cosmetic freedom from nail fungus, psoriasis, trauma, bacterial infections and Read More

Flat Feet (Pes Planus)

  Patients with flat feet, or pes planus, have a flattening of the arch in their foot. However, when these individuals stand up straight the bottom of their feet are almost Read More

Gout : Symptoms and Treatment

  Thanksgiving is a time for indulgence.  Lots of food, lots of family and lots of friends.     Rich heavy foods like meat and beans as well as alcohol have been linked to Read More

It's Marathon Season Again

    The New York City marathon is this Sunday. Without fail, ever year at this time we see an influx of new patients with running and training related injuries. One of Read More

How to Describe Nerve Pain to Your Doctor

  Up to 70% of people with diabetes have some form of nerve damage, known as diabetic neuropathy. The longer you are diabetic, the more likely you will develop diabetic neuropathy. Diabetic Read More

Rate of injuries among youth soccer players doubled

  Soccer is an increasingly popular sport in the United States, both professionally and recreationally, with over 3 million registered soccer players under 19 years of age playing in leagues every Read More

Put It On Ice

    Every Olympic event inspire us to get outside and exercise, play sports and get healthy. Whether you are training for a 5k race or your kids are swinging around on the Read More

7 Summer Camp Tips

  -Wear shoes everywhere. Do not go barefoot. -Put orthotics in your shoes if you have them. -Consider wearing flip flops to the beach if it is rocky. -Have comfortable and supportive sneakers. -Always wear socks with sneakers. If you don't Read More

What You Need To Know About Nail Fungus

BY PEDRAM A. HENDIZADEH, DPM, FACFAS Summer’s here—time for sandals and flip-flops and peek-a-boo toes. But what’s showing on your feet? Painted nails and pretty toe rings…or ugly foot fungus? Nail Read More

Kevin Durant Comments on Foot Injury in Sports Illustrated Interview

  Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Kevin Durant has bounced back in a big way from a foot injury that cost him most of the 2015-16 season, but the former MVP admitted he was uncertain Read More

How to Pick the Right Podiatrist to Best Care for Your Feet

  Do you have problems with your feet such as bunions, heel pain, swelling, ingrown toenails, fallen arches or other issues? Are you sick and tired of these problems and know Read More

Why You Shouldn't Walk Through Airport Security Barefoot

  A germ expert reveals the dirty details on TSA’s ‘no shoes’ rule. Slipping off your shoes in a security line is practically a law of air travel. But anyone who’s ever Read More

Nike gets 'Back to the Future' with self-tying sneakers

  NEW YORK—I just got to try on new Nikes that I never have to lace up, the futuristic sneaks Nike has been talking about for years. Unveiled to much hoopla at Read More

Tinea Pedis (Athlete's Foot)

  Walking around in bare feet, especially in a public place, may not be so safe after all. That's because a family of fungi called trichophyton flourishes in humid environments like Read More

6 Tips for Happy Summer Feet

  It’s time to swap out the closed-toe shoes for some airy open-toe numbers. But be aware—exposing the tender skin of the feet to the sun can be a hazardous experience. Read More

Pedicure Precautions

  Many patients question if pedicures are “podiatrist approved” - the answer is simple - yes, but with precautions to keep you safe and healthy.  Read our tips below regarding safety Read More

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