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.
Championing healthy feet on ABC and NBC news segments, the team of physicians and podiatrists at New Nail Laser Centers relieve foot and ankle pains caused by a variety of issues, from bone spurs and heel pains to fungal infections and vanishing toes. The highly sanitized office also boasts advanced equipment such as laser treatments that blast away toe fungus. Podiatrists take the time to educate patients about their diagnosis and treatment options and provide options for home foot care through the website's online store.
At each of its 18 New Jersey and Pennsylvania locations, Health and Wellness Center's teams of licensed staffers harnesses noninvasive lasers and lPL technology for a series of skin- and health-enhancing treatments. Lasers remove unwanted hair from bodies and control cases of rosacea, or cold-laser sessions aid in weight loss and diminish the urge to smoke cigarettes or strange meats. Light beams in IPL treatments, meanwhile, enrich epidermises during skin-rejuvenation and skin-tightening sessions. To balance out the laser-centric services, Health and Wellness Center also beautifies clients with chemical peels and Botox treatments.
After deciding to be a doctor at the age of 9, Dr. Peter Wishnie entered the world of sports, gaining a firsthand look at the orthopedic issues unique to athletes. Years later, he began applying this knowledge, working alongside three podiatrists to help make feet happy enough to applaud themselves awkwardly. His team treats and prevents a wide array of orthopedic, skin, nail, and diabetic foot issues with clinical pedicures and nail-oriented care.