Paul Manafort in a Wheelchair from Gout?

Here’s an interesting dispatch from the annals of presidential chicanery and frivolity to the annals of this very sacred and holy NYC podiatry blog.  It seems that a ...

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foot injury

From Minor Foot Injury to Amputation

Interesting article in the @NYtimes recently. And being the dinosaur I am, I read it on paper (remember, it is called a newspaper kids), and I still listen ...

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Is it 2016 already? Seems like those Olympics really sneak up on us, what with the heat, humidity and hot air that permeates the summer and this particular ...

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For Prince

Yes, that Prince. A bit of a confession – I’m not much of a fan of the music, and I haven’t listed to any albums since I got ...

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Felled by a Superbug

In case you’ve been reading the news about the New York Giants (and as anyone who has read this exciting and thrill packed blog, you know I’m as ...

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Kelly’s Confounding CAM Conundrum

Now where were we? Ah yes, we were talking about Kelly Ripa and her husband Mark whatever his name is and their matching lower extremity injuries and fracture ...

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Kelly and Mark’s Left Foot

It’s a real drag to have to wait in the waiting room of a doctor’s office, even our NYC podiatry office, despite the bright and cheery demeanor of ...

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Christie Brinkley’s Big Break

Big news this week out of LA, as Christie Brinkley, the 60 (!) year old supermodel, mom and former Mrs. Joel (now you have Uptown Girl running through ...

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NY Giants’ Geoff Schwartz Dislocates His Toe

Big news out of the NY Giants camp a few weeks ago. Geoff Schwartz dislocated his big toe during a pre-season game. And across the NYC region, people ...

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Injured Collegiate Football Foot Ball!

If you follow college football the way I follow college football then you will likely have no idea what I’m talking about, because I really don’t follow college ...

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