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.
We provide complete foot care for all ages as painless as possible using the latest technologies, including Laser for Fungus nails and Shock-wave for chronic heel pain. We understand that when your feet hurt, everything seems to hurt as well. So, let us make your feet feel good again
Ankle sprains. Athlete's foot. Diabetic foot care. Led by Dr. Audrey Abatemarco, a podiatrist with more than two decades of experience, the team at Mt Kisco Podiatry Associates addresses these and a host of other foot-related maladies. In treating patients, the team deploys sophisticated techniques, such as custom-made shoe inserts to alleviate pain and the PinPointe FootLaser to target toenail fungus.
Dr. Jeff Martone, DPM, FACFAS and the staff at Family Foot Care Center's two offices help feet find relief from disease-, age-, and grape stomping-related symptoms with an array of services. They wield advanced technology during treatments, including the fungus-thwarting Cutera Nd:YAG laser and a noninvasive testing system for peripheral arterial disease. In addition to treating foot woes, the staff contributes to patients' podiatric knowledge with a slew of educational resources available on its website.
Board-certified podiatrist Dr. David Rosenzweig has offices in Rye Brook, Westchester County and Greenwich, Connecticut, each which boasts state-of-the-art treatment rooms for tackling below-the-ankle complaints. Dr. Rosenzweig and his team treat common concerns such as nail fungus, heel pain, fractures, pronated feet, and bunions, in addition to flat arches and high arches. In his more than three decades in private practice he has served as a consultant for the New York Rangers and New York Knicks.
For more than 30 years, the doctors at Plaza Podiatry have been working to keep feet healthy by treating issues that range from foot pain to diabetic ulcers. At their new office, they keep feet looking their best with FDA-approved laser technology for treating toenail fungus, warts, spider veins, and unwanted hair.