Founded by an interventional pain physician and a specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation, Performance Spine & Sports Medicine takes a team-oriented approach to treating injury and illness. The interdisciplinary, nonsurgical institute develops a physician-directed plan for each client that may incorporate physical therapy, chiropractic adjustments with a whole-body approach, and acupuncture. These plans address anything from herniated discs and sprains to migraines and chronic pain. Whether the experts are treating nervous-system maladies or assessing sports performance with OptoJump technology and simulated locker-room pep talks, they continually check in with each patient to make sure treatments meet individual needs.
Board-certified podiatrists Dr. Andrew Schmierer and Dr. Craig Shapero use their combined expertise to lead a helpful, professional staff that cares for patients and adds a kick to lagging steps with foot treatments suitable for anyone. Aside from helping alleviate the discomfort of corns, calluses, and arthritis, they also help athletes by repairing sprains, analyzing gaits, and teaching them fancy footwork to incorporate into touchdown dances. The doctors tend to all parts of the feet from the heel and arch to the ankle and toenails, and they can perform everything from medical-grade pedicures to laser treatments for fungal nails.
Chloe is a teacup maltipoo with fluffy fur and a ponytail. She is also the first point of contact for most patients who enter Camden County Foot and Ankle Associates. The pup belongs to board-certified foot surgeon Jennifer Berlin, who treats ailments ranging from sprained ankles to ingrown toenails in the Haddon Heights practice. The non-canine staff employs methods such as x-rays, ultrasounds, and interrogation of injurious high heels to diagnose podiatric conditions. To eradicate fungal growth on and beneath toenails without dangerous pharmaceuticals, they marshal FDA-approved laser systems and extend the podiatric healing to sprains and injured Achilles heels with a Nexus 10 laser.
Dr. David Weiss, a podiatrist and board-certified foot surgeon, relies on his years of experience as he mends fractured and ailing feet at Weiss Foot and Ankle Center. He not only tends to bunions and diabetic wounds, but also to cosmetic flaws, such as nail fungus, warts, and scars. He uses the Cutera GenesisPlus laser to zap these nail and skin blemishes, helping patients avoid the side effects of oral medications and garlic aroma of folk remedies.
Board-certified in podiatric medicine, Dr. Bassem Demian, DPM, has rooted his practice in comprehensive foot and ankle care since 1993. He is an attending physician at two medical institutions, where he cares for feet of all ages, from the bubbly toes of infants to the brittle talons of Jurassic raptors. Dr. Demian also helps people walk away from maladies such as diabetic foot issues, sports injuries, and bunions.
Until the day a patient arrives with his foot stuck in his mouth, Marlboro Foot and Dental Wellness' resident doctors plan on sticking to their respective fields. The multilingual Dr. Corinne Kauderer draws on 20-plus years of podiatry experience to help rid nails of fungus, digitally x-ray aching feet, and conduct cosmetic foot surgeries. For more than 28 years, Dr. Allan Goldfarb has focused on dentistry, from straightening teeth with Invisalign braces to perfecting smiles with implants and fillings. Though their services differ, Drs. Kauderer and Goldfarb share a dedication to customizing treatments for their patients, as well as following up to make sure all pain is relieved.