NYC Foot & Ankle specializes in a minimal incision approach to permanently correct common issues.
In many cases our minimal incision approach allows you to wear your own shoes afterwords. Fast, comfortable and permanent. This is what we strive for.
Corns & Calluses
Corns and calluses are thick, hardened layers of skin that develop when your skin tries to protect itself against friction and pressure. Learn more.
Ingrown toenails are a common condition in which the corner or side of a toenail grows into the soft flesh. The result is pain, redness, swelling and, sometimes, an infection. Learn more.
Toenail fungus, also called onychomycosis, is a common fungal infection of your toenail. The most noticeable symptom is a white, brown, or yellow discoloration of one or more of your toenails. It may spread and cause the nails to thicken or crack. Learn more.
A hammer toe is a bending or flexing of the toe at one of the two joints in the digit. It can cause the toe to look like a “V,” and can cause rubbing, redness, a corn, and pain. Learn more.
Warts - SWIFT
A wart is a painful benign growth/infection caused by a virus which invades the skin through a small cut or break. They are very contagious and often have a spongy, black speckled appearance and most commonly occur on the bottom of the foot. Learn more.
A bunion is an unsightly bump of bone on the side of the big toe most commonly seen in women. The area usually becomes red, inflamed and irritated, depending on footwear and activity level. Learn more.
Heel pain is one of the most common and plaguing of all foot problems. Symptoms usually include extreme pain when first getting out of bed in the morning or after one has sat down for several minutes and then tries to get up again. Learn more.
Morton’s Neuroma is a common benign tumor of the foot caused by a small nerve pinched or trapped between two metatarsal bones. Symptoms can include burning, tingling and numbness. Learn more.
Injuries of the foot can be as minor as a stubbed toe or as bad as a burn, ankle sprain or stress fracture. Learn more.
Diabetes is a condition where the body cannot make proper use of the sugar one eats. The sugar builds up in the blood and causes many changes in the body. Learn more.
Foot and Ankle Fractures
When the foot or ankle experiences trauma, a fracture may occur. Pain, especially when bearing weight, is a telltale sign of a fracture. Learn more.
The Achilles tendon is not only the strongest, but also the largest tendon in the human body. Possible conditions that may arise due to injury of the Achilles tendon include tears, ruptures, tendinitis, peritendinitis, tendinosis, tendinopathy, and bursitis. Learn more.
Ankle sprains may occur when a person accidentally rolls, twists, or turns their ankle in an awkward way. When this occurs, ligaments in the ankle are being forced beyond their range of motion, thus causing an injury. Learn more.