Heal the Heel
Ok kids time for a little word association. Tell me the first thing you think of when I say – plantar fasciitis. If it starts with an F ...Read More
Spring Into Footcare
Yes, it’s April already, despite what your weather dude says. If you are lucky enough to be in NYC, you’ve been enjoying some warmer weather recently. And that ...Read More
Summer Running, Happens so Fast
It’s hot here in NYC, and probably where you are too. It’s a great time to run, with a little preparation and a lot of perspiration. While I ...Read More
These are weighty times in which we live. The country and world are out of control, the election is a disaster, apparently we did something uncool to the ...Read More
The Lady has a Cramp
Come a bit closer, my young NYC podiatry patients I want to talk about something slightly embarrassing. It happens at night when we are in bed, trying to ...Read More
What Does Compression Do? (Part 2)
I’ve seen them. You’ve seen them too and had the same thought- what are those goofy looking socks that runners are wearing these days, and what does that ...Read More
Another cold week in the nuclear winter of 2015 in NYC. Yes, I ran today and managed to eek out 10 miles, but after the blustery blizzardy bone ...Read More
Can You Still Run With Ball of Foot Pain or Morton’s neuroma?
Continuing our theme of superhuman feats, and feets, that we started on Superbowl Sunday, let’s talk about the ultramarathoners. And specifically the achievements of one ultramarathoner in particular ...Read More
Is Running Really Bad for Your Knees?
Running can be good for the mind, body, AND the knees. Never thought you’d hear that one coming from your local NYC podiatrist, did you? Well I’m all about dispelling ...Read More
What is Post-traumatic Arthritis and How is it Treated?
The #TCSNYCMarathon is over, and now the fun starts. The post-run parties, celebrations and triumphs, the blisters, loose toenails and impossibly sore muscles (can always spot the marathoners ...Read More