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Long Beach Foot Doctor

Routine foot care in Long Beach

Long Beach foot doctor

Long Beach foot doctor

Have your feet been hurting? If this is not being caused by uncomfortable shoes, you probably have a foot problem that needs to be addressed by a foot doctor. Perhaps you have a bunion or a corn. Even a small item like an ingrown toenail can make your everyday life miserable. But there is no reason to have to go on with this foot pain. If you need routine foot care to make your feet feel better, why not come in and see our Long Beach foot doctor at New York Podiatry Care.

At our podiatry practice, our expert podiatrists are Drs. Sarah Kim and Bob Diller. Our Long Beach foot doctor provides excellent podiatry care for all of our patients in a welcoming and relaxed environment. Our doctor makes sure that our office is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, as well as the most modern diagnostic equipment. We offer a full range of podiatric services to ensure that our patients will have comfortable feet. At our office we will always first opt for a minimally invasive procedures to help our patients have an early return to work and their everyday lives.

Our Long Beach foot doctor commonly treats a wide range of foot problems. Some of the conditions that are routinely treated in our office on almost a daily basis are: ingrown toenails, fungal nails, athlete’s foot, wound care and other problems of diabetic feet, bunions, hammertoes, and ankle and foot fractures and sprains. If you have a wound on your leg or foot that is seemingly not healing, it is very important that you contact our office for medical treatment as soon as possible. This is especially true if you have diabetes or another medical condition that causes poor blood circulation in the lower extremities. In order for a wound to be treated, our podiatrist will clean and dress the wound, and treat it with medication, until it is completely healed. Bunions are a very common foot problem affecting many people. A bunion can be either left alone if it is not causing any pain, or it may need surgery if it has progressed to a very extreme condition. Many times bunion pain can be simply alleviated with the use of prescription foot orthotics, or by wrapping the foot so that it is comfortable. When you come to our office to see our foot doctor, you will be told about the available treatment options. Together with our doctor you will be able to decide which the best treatment for you is. The next time you need any type of routine foot care, or diabetic foot exam, contact our office where you know you will be getting expert care.

756 East Park Avenue
Long Beach, NY 11561
(917) 259-6557