Dr. Brandon A. Macy learned that the toe bone's connected to the heel bone at Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine, and today he tends to the foot-related needs of his patients at Clark Podiatry Center. After a close inspection, he devises a comprehensive strategy to compensate for problems stemming from ill-fitting shoes, acute injuries, or chronic conditions, such as arthritis or diabetes. Dr. Macy's diverse repertoire of treatments includes noninvasive laser therapies that require no downtime, orthotics to repair stilted gaits, and wing installations for upcoming races with Hermes.
Doctor Sal Guadino, DPM does more than the average foot doctor. Most days, he's assisting clients at Brooklyn Podiatry Associates. Other days, he takes on a range of cases, serving as a surgeon for the New York State trooper police. In both roles, Dr. Guadino treats a number of conditions that range from minor annoyances to major inconveniences. As he works, he uses high-end equipment including a diagnostic ultrasound that reveals the status of bones, pain points, screws, and lost coins via XI-scan imaging.
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.
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Led by podiatric Dr. Sid Sharma and Dr. Shital Sharma, the medical doctors at One Podiatry provide a long-term solution to the fungal infections that cause toenails to appear thick, brittle, discolored, and otherwise unsightly. They accomplish this by using cosmetic laser systems, which delivers pulses of laser light energy through the nail to destroy the fungal growth without damaging the surrounding healthy tissues. The laser can eradicate the infection in as little as one 10-minute procedure, which allows healthy nails to regrow over the next two to four months?roughly the amount of time it takes a book club to discuss the thesaurus's newest edition.
Board-certified Dr. Hawawini heads up this foot-focused clinic, where he works to address individual problems. Dr. Hawawini believes that feet are the foundation of the body, and aims to support the well-being of that base to ensure toes don't begin kicking cinderblocks to get attention. He responds to any questions and concerns as he corrects lower-extremity diseases and issues, helping to ensure his patients are as pain-free as possible.