Podiatrist Blog

  • Geriatric Foot Care
    The United States Census Bureau reports that about 15 percent of Americans are over the age of 65, and that number is expected to increase. To your podiatrists in Brooklyn, Read more
  • Microscopic Entry
    Having to go through any foot or ankle surgery can be very nerve-racking. The foot and ankle sometimes need to be operated on in order to fix the problems they Read more
  • TLC at Home
    At home self-care is important for everyone. Not only does it promote good health, it also allows us to stay in tune with our bodies. There are all types of Read more
  • Snub the Stub
    It is very easy to forget about our feet. We use them on a constant basis to get from one place to another, but we do not really think about Read more
  • Seeing Red
    When you take a glimpse at your feet and you notice that they are red, it can be quite alarming. Red isn’t usually the ideal color for your feet to Read more
  • Tools of the Trade
    Going to a podiatrist can seem a little bit scary at first. Just like any doctor, they have many different tools they use to help them get the job done. Read more
  • Are Your Ankles Growing Too?
    Pregnancy is an amazing journey that many lucky women are able to experience.  As the body grows and expands to accommodate the new bundle of joy, you may notice mild Read more
  • One Drink Too Many
    Sometimes it is easy to have one drink too many when out at the bar or drinking socially. When too much alcohol is consumed, problems with the feet can occur Read more
  • Itchy Scratchy Cast
    Getting a cast on your foot or ankle is a great way to treat a broken or fractured bone. Not only does it prevent the foot from moving around, it Read more
  • Olympians Run Barefoot
    The Olympics are ramping up and so are the ads, the excitement and the sportsmanship. People from all over the world are tuning in to see the best of the Read more
  • Snowshoeing Through Winter
    During the winter, it can sometimes be a challenge to get outdoors and exercise. Although it is not impossible, it is important to take the proper precautions before getting out Read more
  • A Bumpy Road Ahead
    Whenever we find a bump or lump on our body that isn’t supposed to be there, it can be nerve-wracking. In some cases, these bumps appear on our feet. Warts Read more
  • 5 Signs of Underlying Disease From Your Feet
    Tiny, red lines under the toenail Tiny red lines under the toenail can be a sign of a heart infection. Red lines under the toenail could be broken blood vessels known Read more
  • The Fungal Fight
    When you are on your feet all day, it is hard to remember to take a break. Eventually, all of the wear and tear will build up and your feet Read more
  • Rigid with Pain
    As we age, we are prone to many different foot and ankle disorders. Diabetes, loss of bone density and arthritis are some of the most common problems for people as Read more
  • Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease
    Having a child in daycare can be very helpful to a working family. Children grow, learn, and socialize. They meet friends, learn a routine and benefit all the way around. Read more

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