Podiatrist Blog

  • 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
  • Tips and Tricks for Dancing Feet
    Dancers are on their feet all the time. They put a lot of pressure and stress on their feet and toes while practicing their art. It is important for dancers Read more
  • Charcot Foot Caught You Off Guard?
    At Joseph Stuto, DPM, located in Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Joseph Stuto has seen all types of feet. He has seen healthy feet, broken feet, flat feet, wide feet, infected Read more
  • Fallen Arches
    When you see a foot you typically also see its arch. The arch is the area of the foot that curves upwards. The arch is made up of tendons. These Read more
  • Tunneling out of Control
    Repetitive movements can cause injuries to the hands and wrists. Typing, gaming, construction, hair styling, all have repetitive motions that can cause Carpal Tunnel, as well as other hand and Read more
  • Muscles, Tendons, Ligaments
    Your feet are connected by a network of complex parts. Muscles, tendons, and ligaments are part of this network and help your feet support your joints and foot bones. In Read more
  • I Have 99 Problems and My Toenail’s One
    Podiatrists treat all types of foot and ankle ailments. They can range from sprains, fractures, and breaks to calluses, vascular disorders, and other diseases. There is not much they haven’t Read more
  • Treat Those Sweaty Feet
    You just spent a good hour at the gym, running on the treadmill and lifting weights. As you walk out and back to your car you notice something a little Read more
  • 5 Common Causes of Heel Pain
    Suffering from heel pain? Heel pain can interfere with your day-to-day activities, particularly exercise. If treated quickly and properly, your foot will heal well, allowing safe return to activity. Dr. Read more
  • Aching Arthritic Ankles and Feet
    Most people have heard about arthritis and the pain that accompanies it. There is aching, throbbing, stiff joints that just don’t seem to get any relief. Many of these people Read more
  • Walk This Way
    We walk every day. That means we walk at a minimum of 365 times a year. Most of us, walk more than once a day in order to do various Read more

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