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Keep Calm and Go See a Podiatrist

So you’ve made an appointment with us, now what? Here is what to expect at your first visit with a podiatrist at Advanced Podiatry.   1. On your first visit, the doctor Read More

Epidemic of Ankle sprains

Ankle sprains are an epidemic problem, and the number of sprains are astounding. It is estimated that there are over 3 million ankle sprains reported to doctors annually in the Read More

Puncture Wounds in the Feet

Summer is around the corner and that means our feet will be allowed to breathe again...but that also means taking extra care of them! Puncture wounds are very common during Read More

What is athlete's foot?

Athletes foot, also known as tinea pedis, is a fungal infection of the foot which causes itching, redness, pain, and scaling of the skin. It can occur anywhere in the Read More

April is National Foot Health Awareness Month

Since April is National Foot Health Awareness Month, what better time to remind you how to show a little love and respect for a body part many take for granted.    Most problems Read More

National Doctors’ Day

Dear Patients, Today, National Doctors’ Day, is a time for us all to reflect on the work our 16 extraordinary doctors – do each and every day. At Advanced Podiatry of Manhasset, Huntington, Read More

Springing Forward!

As the dreary winter months finally start to wither away, we are all excited to spring forward! Spring cleaning is in full swing and that also means getting rid of Read More

Do bunion correctors work?

“Bunion correctors can help in keeping the joint loose and limber and can even provide some temporary pain relief,” says Pedram Hendizadeh, DPM, a podiatrist and foot surgeon in New Read More

Spring Sandals Can Exacerbate Plantar Fasciitis and Neuromas

If you have foot issues, you really need to consider your Spring and Summer footwear: most flip-flops lack the structure in the arch that supports the planter fascia in the Read More

Vascular and Neurological Effects of Diabetes in the Foot

Left uncontrolled, diabetes can lead to too much sugar in the blood stream. This makes the blood thicker, more syrupy, which often damages blood vessels and nerves in the foot.    Your Read More

Preventing Shoe Odor

Smelly shoes start with your feet!    The odor in feet is caused by the sweat and moisture fermenting - it’s actually a byproduct and can be any combination of bacteria, fungus, Read More

Tiger Woods' Injury

Tiger Woods required what his doctors called a "lengthy surgery" to repair significant injuries to his right leg, after his car rolled over outside Los Angeles. Reports indicate Woods' leg Read More


Metatarsalgia refers to any pain in the foot related the heads of the metatarsal bones. These bones are the long bones of the midfoot which lead up to the toes. Read More

In-toe (Pigeon Toe) Gait

                                     Parents often bring their children in for an evaluation with podiatrists because of the Read More

Tiger Woods Injured in Car Crash

The sports world was shocked yesterday with news of Tiger Wood's terrible car wreck in California. Tiger has been recovering from his most recent, and 5th back surgery.  He was in Read More

Updates on Tiger Woods Accident!

As Dr. Vieira mentioned in his blog yesterday, Tiger woods was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident in California two days ago. Initially, news reports mentioned Tiger to have Read More

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