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Alcohol sclerosing injections for treatment of Morton's neuroma

Think pinched nerves only occur in the spine?   Think again.  Pinched nerves can  also occur in other parts of the body, including the foot.  Also known in the medical world Read More

What is EPAT? Is it worth the cost?

The EPAT Machine (Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology) also better known as Shockwavetreatment,  is one of the most advanced and effective  non-invasive therapies approved for the FDA. There are many useful Read More

Turf Toe Injuries

Turf toe is a hyper extension injury of the great toe joint. It is caused by a sudden, painful, upward flexion motion of the great toe, which can occur with Read More

Lapiplasty System

By now you have probably seen a commercial or heard the term Lapiplasty.  So, what is this new phenomenon in the world of foot health? Are you a candidate? Does it Read More

Lapiplasty, you can’t beat the correction!

You might have seen an AD on your facebook, Instagram or television. Lapiplasty is all the rage, but it is not just a fad, it has top notch clinical data Read More

Toe Cramps

Many of us have experienced cramps in our legs and feet. But, when those cramps work their way down to our toes, they can be incredibly painful. A toe cramp Read More

Lapiplasty Treatment

Lapiplasty is a new surgical innovation that has forever changed the world of bunion surgery!  This new spin on a well-established and trusted surgical procedure now allows for smaller incisions, quicker Read More

Midfoot Exostosis

An exostosis is a medical term used to describe new bone growth on top of existing bone. It can be used synonymously with the word "spur".  The most common locations Read More

What is a hammertoe?

Hammer toe is a foot deformity that affects the joints of the second, third, fourth, or fifth toes of your feet. It is a painful condition in which these toes curl Read More

Diabetic Foot Education

One of the most important things for a diabetic is to be aware of proper foot care! Many adults can’t reach or see their feet and take the out of Read More

Ingrown toenails - Symptoms & causes

Ingrown toenails are simply put when a piece of the nail grows into the adjacent skin - we usually notice pain, swelling and redness.  Common causes can be improper nail trimming, Read More

Flatfoot Surgical Repair

                        Flat feet or collapsed arches are a common yet painful deformity. There are numerous causes of flat feet such a Read More

Going Back to School

As we approach the middle of summer it is time for many to begin thinking of going back to school.  This means shopping for notebooks, new clothes, backpacks and the Read More

Feet Are The Most Neglected Part Of The Body

Our feet are one of the most important parts of our body, yet they tend to be the most neglected! This month is the perfect time to get your feet Read More

What to look for in a foot peel mask

According to Pedram Hendizadeh, DPM, a podiatrist at Advanced Podiatry on Long Island, New York, an effective foot peel mask will have both exfoliating and moisturizing ingredients to slough and smooth Read More


As the weather gets warmer, barefoot walking becomes more common. Consequently, we see many consultations for painful splinters at our offices throughout the spring and summer months. In addition to Read More

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