Gary Evans, D.P.M, F.A.C.F.A.S

James Korponay, D.P.M, F.A.C.F.A.S

Experienced Podiatric Care in New York City and Whitestone, New York

New York, NY Podiatric Office (212) 279-0086

Whitestone, NY Podiatric Office (718) 767-2828

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How To Prevent Toenail Fungus

Most people think they will never get toenail fungus, but toenail fungus can be fairly common, especially in the summer months when people walk barefoot the most.  The first signs of a toenail fungus infection include a white or yellow spot under the tip of the nail. As the infection goes untreated, the nail will

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Top 3 Foot Injuries for Athletes

Athletes love what they do and don’t want pesky foot injuries to get in the way of their performance. We don’t blame them! If you are an athlete yourself, then you understand the drive and dedication it takes to achieve your best form. As as result, we wanted to review the top foot injuries we

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What is a Morton’s Neuroma?

At Dr. Gary Evans, DPM, our goal is to provide our patients with top-notch care. One of the many services we provide is the care and treatment of Morton’s Neuroma; a potentially painful condition affecting the ball of the foot. Today, we’re going to highlight this service, explain what Morton’s Neuroma is, and tell you

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Things You Can Do For a Broken Toe

Drop a can of soup on your foot or whack your toe into a wall—we have all been there before. While you may not think anything of these common “stubs,” you may begin to experience a throbbing, swollen, broken toe. A broken toe is painful, so don’t suffer through it—visit your podiatrist in New York

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Problems Associated with Flat Foot

Flat feet are common, and are the source of many foot problems. Also called fallen arches, flat feet are a condition in which a person has no arch on the bottom of his or her feet. Where most people’s feet are curved on the bottom, a person with flat feet has no curve or arch.

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Signs that You Need to See a Podiatrist

Often, the problems in your feet and ankles go away with time, rest, ice, anti-inflammatories and shoe gear changes. However, sometimes these problems just won’t go away, and that is when you should visit your podiatrist in New York or Whitestone for further diagnosis and treatment. When Should I See a Podiatrist? If you are

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Quick Advice for Common Foot and Ankle Issues

Quick Advice for Common Foot and Ankle Issues Our feet and ankles are prone to a number of problems at different stages of life. Below is a list of common foot and ankle problems. With each issue, you can find quick advice for finding relief from your ailment. If you experience any of the following

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Preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis

Preventing Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Deep vein thrombosis is a blood clot that forms in the deep veins of the legs most commonly, but can also occur in the veins of the upper extremities. That is because the blood cot, which usually forms in a calf or thigh deep veins can partially or completely block

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Intoeing in Children

Intoeing in Children Normally, most people will walk with their toes and feet pointing straight ahead. However, sometimes children’s feet turn when they walk, which can be called intoeing or pigeon-toed. Your child may walk with their feet pointing in, but most cases can be corrected on their own as the child grows up, which

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