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Ingrown Inculcated Nails

                        Ingrown toe nails are a common foot condition that affectadults and children alike. As a nail grows out, it Read More

Toenail Fungus-Onychomycosis

Toenail fungus is caused by a skin, hair, and nail loving fungus.    Toenail fungus often forms after damage to the nail that causes the nail – skin junction, where the nail Read More

Toe Fractures

These injuries are some of the most commonly diagnosed lower extremity fractures. Most commonly they are caused by crush injuries, such as dropping a heavy item on top of the Read More

Adult Flatfoot

                         One of the most common sources of foot and ankle pain is flat foot deformity. This often results from Read More

Permanent Removal of Ingrown Toenails

For some folks, frequent ingrown toenails might be dictated by genetics. The nails may grow thicker, or just grow a certain way that then causes a corner, or the border Read More

The Best Socks To Wear In Summertime

                              Overly moist feet can be frustrating and embarrassing, especially if they start to stink!   So, why must your Read More

Gouty Arthritis

                                   Gout, or gouty arthritis, is a painful and often debilitating condition that commonly affects Read More

Ingrown Toenail, The Most Common Foot Injury In Golf

In golf there are usually less traumatic foot injuries and overuse foot injuries than in other sports. Believe it or not,the most common injury in golf Is a painful ingrown Read More

IPK - a very painful type of callus

                                          Intractable plantar keratosis (IPK) is a focused, painful lesion that commonly Read More

Getting Your Feet Ready For Summer

                                With COVID restrictions lessening and the weather improving, it is now time to get out Read More

Achilles Problems Common in Weekend Warriors

The Achilles Tendon is the largest and strongest tendon in the body. It anchors the calf muscles to the heel bone – which subjects it to very high forces. Achilles Tendon Read More

Arthritis of the Midfoot- A Disabling and Common Condition in the Older Patient

                          Midfoot osteoarthritis (OA) is an often underdiagnosed cause of disabling foot pain, particularly in older patients. Although some Read More

Fracture Friday: Metatarsal Fractures

                                    Metatarsal fractures are some of the most common types of foot injuries. The Read More

Inspect Your Feet Daily For Signs of Skin Cancer

Many don’t realize skin cancer can occur on the feet from unprotected sun exposure, and they overlook applying sunscreen to the area.    Skin cancer of the foot is prevalent and can Read More

What is a plantar plate rupture? Am I at risk?

Do you ever experience significant pain under the ball of the foot, most commonly under the base of the second toe. The plantar plate may be the culprit: a firm fibro-cartilaginous Read More

Heel Pain On The Rise Among Long Islanders Sheltering In Place

All of our Advanced Podiatry offices have had many reports of heel and arch pain from patients stuck at home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.   Nonsuportive footwear - or lack of Read More

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