Podiatrist Blog

  • Safety Shoes: A Guide to Fit and Care
    Almost everyone has a job at one point of their lives or another. Each of these jobs requires different skill sets, different personalities and different uniforms and workwear. For example, Read more
  • Studying Stress Fractures to Prevent Injury
    In the medical world, there are scientists and researchers who dedicate their life’s work to specific causes. Some of them focus on cancers whiles others focus on sports related injuries. Read more
  • When Foot Development Is Problematic
    Children tend to be very active and are always getting into something. Due to their natural inquisitiveness and their need for adventure, the often find themselves running into a foot Read more
  • Is Earthing Right for You?
    Walking outdoors is always a relaxing and enjoyable experience. The fresh air, ambiance and atmosphere really amplify the enjoyment of it. Some people will walk at their local park, on Read more
  • How your Socks are Constructed
    Millions of people around the world wear socks with their shoes every single day. They come in many different shapes, styles, and fibers. Different types of socks have different functions. Read more
  • Itchy, Scratchy Foot Allergies
    The spring and the fall are a wonderful time of the year. The temperature is very mild, the weather starts to get nicer, and the ambiance and foliage is all Read more
  • The Top 4 Overuse Injuries Your Feet Could Suffer
    In ordinary everyday life, we use our feet and ankles a lot. They get us everywhere we need to go at all sorts of paces. They are so important yet Read more
  • High Risk High Heels
    Specialist Women have a large array of different types of shoes that they can choose to wear to work. Flats, clogs, sandals, boat shoes, and, most commonly, high heels. High Read more
  • Mirror of Health
    Today’s modern medicine is absolutely amazing. Due to advancements in the field, the average American life expectancy has shot up over 30 years. This means that many of us will Read more
  • Eleven Tiny Toes
    The saying, “Ten tiny fingers, ten tiny toes, gorgeous eyes, button nose” is a phrase many of us have heard when expecting a child for the first time. Expecting a Read more
  • Packaging Problems
    Every time a life enters this world, it is a momentous occasion. That tiny little bundle can bring so much love and joy into a home. Before they become a Read more
  • Have Toenail Fungus?
    How your podiatrist in Brooklyn, New York can help If you have toenail fungus, you’re probably embarrassed to show your feet. Fortunately, you can get rid of toenail fungus. Dr. Joseph Read more
  • Claws for Toes
    As kids, many of us have seen pictures of monsters with talons and clawed hands. They’ve always been looked at as a kind of deformity and not many people know Read more
  • Fabric Matters
    When we put on our shoes, we typically first select a pair of socks to go with them. We have been taught to do so all our lives without a Read more
  • Osteoporosis in your Feet and Ankles
    Brittle Bone Disease or Osteoporosis is a disease that affects a large portion of men and women in the United States. Women are more likely to get the disease, especially Read more
  • Moving and Grooving Feet
    Our feet propel our bodies all over the place. They move us from place to place, they let us partake in sports, and they keep up balanced and stable. The Read more

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