Could Your Child’s Heel Pain Be Sever’s Disease?
So it’s back to school here in NYC, and even though it’s a short week, and if your kids are like I was back in the day, they ...Read More
Function, Not Form
In over 11 years of practicing NYC podiatry, I’ve had the pleasure of seeing some, shall we say, interesting feet. Toes that, due to nature or nurture, point ...Read More
High Times for Arches
There’s a great movement afoot in this country, with lots of grass roots support to weed out those who oppose the potential referendum. This has led to a ...Read More
Our Cup Runneth Over With Injuries
There are some real thrills and chills happening these days on the world sport stage. Baseball may be moderately exciting, and football and basketball are in the off ...Read More
Not so fast, NYC Freudians, not that kind of therapy. We are talking about something decidedly different. Something that can relieve pain, improve range of motion, optimize gait, ...Read More
Custom Orthotics vs. Over-the-Counter Orthotics
It’s warm here in NYC. Nice. About bloody time. That means it’s time to get out, get active, and develop some real foot pain. And for heel pain, metatarsalgia, and ...Read More
Should I Put Neosporin On My Cut or Wound?
Memorial Day has passed, and as it passes, so we transition into the lazy summer months, here in NYC and beyond. Time for warm weather, long days, and…foot ...Read More
New Year, New Office
2013 is winding to a close, and I’m still not convinced that we pronounce it “twenty thirteen” vs “two thousand thirteen”. I’ll figure it out before the millennium ...Read More
Kobe Bryant Returns after Ruptured Achilles Tendon
Kobe Bryant of the L.A. Lakers has returned to play after an Achilles tendon rupture in mid-April. Frankly, that’s a relatively rapid recovery, although it remains to be ...Read More
Not One, but Two Ankle Sprains?!
Well, this is awkward. It might be time for Peyton Manning to get his Mezuzas checked or get a new lucky rabbit’s foot after sustaining not one, but ...Read More