With five locations across Connecticut and Long Island, NY, Associated Podiatrists' team of ten doctors treat cosmetic and structural foot problems. Sports-medicine specialists treat athletes' ankle injuries, and those who spend time on their feet can walk, run, and pogo-stick more comfortably with custom orthotics. 126 years of experience is put to work in areas from pediatrics through geriatrics, with a friendly staff operating some of the most advanced diagnostic technologies.
Educated at the New York College Of Podiatric Medicine, Dr. Mary Carlson cares for the unique concerns related to the feet and ankles, seeing patients of all ages from children to elderly adults. She treats them all with laser therapy, radiofrequency therapy, and physical therapy, partnering a caring bedside manner with the field’s latest technology.
Ever since he earned a medical degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in 1990, board-certified foot surgeon and podiatrist Dr. Charles Morelli, DPM has been helping clients walk through the world with comfort and ease since 1990. He and his staff perform numerous treatments both surgical and conservative to relieve issues such as arthritis, bunions, and heel pain in adults and children. They also specialize in cosmetic treatments such as FDA-approved Noveon laser treatments, which wipe out unsightly toenail fungus, restoring nails to their natural beauty.
An injured foot can set off a chain reaction of pain in the body, affecting the back, knees, and hips. To help care for the 26 bones, 107 ligaments, and 19 muscles that make up the human foot, Dr. Lawrence Handler offers a variety of services. He treats all foot disorders including warts, athlete's foot, hammertoes, bunions, ingrown toenails, arch and heel pain. Dr. Handler also specializes in orthotics and custom molded shoes.
Jonathan M. Posner, DPM, the podiatrist at the helm of Laser Foot Care Of New York, tackles foot and nail problems with aplomb. Dr. Posner and his team deploy a variety of futuristic lasers to treat foot ailments, including types of foot pain, toenail fungus, and inability to dance the foxtrot.