Could Your Ankle or Big Toe Pain Be Osteoarthritis?
It’s a big week here in NYC. The World Series is happening, two teams are playing, and one will likely beat the other for the championship. Yes, it ...Read More
What To Do About Heel Pain That Won’t Heal
It’s marathon season in NYC, and no, I’m not talking about binge watching entire seasons of Orange is the New Black or House of Cards on Netflix. It’s time for the big ...Read More
What Causes a Dark Spot Under the Toenail?
It started out as a normal Friday in the brightly lit corridors of my NYC podiatry practice. She was sitting in the chair, legs propped up on the ...Read More
Do Runners Really Need Orthotics?
Uhh, do you really think I’m going to say no? I mean this is a NYC podiatry blog, so it’s probably a foregone conclusion that the answer is ...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
Common Causes and Treatments of Stress Fractures
Spring has finally arrived here in NYC. I’m happy to report that I have run a half marathon this week, and my quads are recovering nicely, thank you. ...Read More
Usain Bolt and the Most Common Running Injuries
He’s back. The fastest man ever is back running after a recent unspecified running injury. It’s hard to tell exactly what was injured, but after an injury and ...Read More
A Super Day
Well it’s over. Once again the Superbowl is played out, the halftime show is over, players went home, commercials are uploaded to YouTube, and I think some of ...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
Mayday! Cure of Your Athlete’s Foot!
It’s the universal cry for help. And in this case, it’s also a blog topic written in the beginning of May, when we in NYC may hope for ...Read More