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Podiatrist in New Hyde Park

Ingrown Toenails

Minor Surgery for Ingrown Toenails   Ingrown toenails can be a painful and frustrating issue. Often, ingrown toenails can become chronic, and will constantly recur, requiring continual treatment and nail maintenance. A single ingrown toenail can make simple activities like walking become an unpleasant experience, and anyone who has had the misfortune will know that […]

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Podiatrist in New Hyde Park

Surgery for Adult Flat Foot in New York City

Flat Foot Adult Acquired Flat Foot can be a painful and frustrating condition. There are many health issues that may contribute to the development of flat foot and there are several different ways in which this condition can manifest. Some health problems that can lead to adult flat feet include diabetes and obesity. Participation in […]

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Podiatrist in New Hyde Park

Treatment for Arthritis of the Foot and Ankle in Manhattan

Arthritis Arthritis of the foot and ankle occurs as a result of inflammation of the joints, which causes pain, swelling, tenderness, and stiffness in the affected areas. This condition may affect various parts of the body including the neck, back, hands, wrists, and ankles. If you suffer from arthritis of the foot and ankle, you […]

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How to know if you have a heel fracture

Heel Fracture – Podiatrist in NYC The calcaneus bone (or heel bone) can become fractured like any other bone in the body. Whereas fractures in other bones can be less debilitating, the heel bone bears a lot of weight while walking, and therefore a heel fracture can be a frustrating and limiting condition that severely […]

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New Techniques in Achilles Tendon Rupture Repair Leads to Faster Recovery

Achilles Tendon Achilles tendon injuries are extremely common in the US. Approximately 230,000 people injure their Achilles each year and this already massive number is on the rise. The Achilles is a tendon that connects the calf muscle to the heel bone. This type of injury can be very painful, but at Foot and Ankle […]

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Dr. Fred DeLucia sworn in as Honorary Police Surgeon of the New York City Police Department

Ankle Surgeon in NYC Swearing-In Ceremony for Dr. DeLucia as Honorary Police Surgeon of the New York City Police Department by Commissioner William Bratton and Police Chief James O’Neil. This photo was taken one day prior to the retirement of the long career of Commissioner Bratton and the induction of Police Chief O’Neil to the […]

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Platelet Rich Plasma PRP to Relieve Your Foot and Ankle Pain

Platelet Rich Plasma Athletes and active individuals who suffer from tendon injuries or osteoarthritis may finally get relief from a quick, non-surgical procedure. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment has become more popular and has received significant attention from the media as several professional athletes have attributed their success to it. What is PRP? PRP is […]

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Ensuring Children’s Health

Ankle Surgeon in NYC April is National Foot Health Awareness Month and the New York State Podiatric Medical Association’s (NYSPMA) 1,200 doctor-members are focused on educating parents regarding the importance of having healthy feet and shoes that fit properly.   Since sports can play a key role in children’s activities, parents and other caregivers should be […]

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Foot and Ankle Surgeons of New York Announces Opening of Manhattan Office and Addition of New Surgeon

FAASNY provides Long Island and New York City area with the best surgical and non-surgical treatments for the foot and ankle. FAASNY was established in New Hyde Park, NY by Dr. Fred DeLucia and Dr. Joseph Alencherry, who both have extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and conditions of the lower leg […]

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