Most likely we are affiliated with your healthcare carrier. For a complete listing pease see the insurance section of this website.
We have been providing quality care and service since 1995.
We accept American Express, Mastercard and Visa for payment at the time of visit.
We try to accommodate all of our patients. If you do not have health care insurance we will try and arrange for a payment plan.
We are conveniently located at 2307 Bellmore Avenue, Bellmore, NY 11710.
Most appointments can usually be made within that same week. If there is an emergency we can usually see the patient immediately provided the office is open.
Yes, we do treat sports injuries.
Yes, we will treat worker's compensation patients.
The cost of an intial visit with treatment varies depending on the type of care required. We are offering a FREE initial consultation, new patinets only, to discuss your condition.
Yes, they can. All of our offices are equipped with x-ray equipment.
We treat pediatric foot and ankle conditions varying from warts to flat feet. For a more complete listing of treatments and services we provide visit the services section.
Yes, they are. You can have custom molds taken of your feet for orthoses right in the office.
We do require that payment be made in full at the time of the visit.
They help by stabilizing the foot and prevent improper motion. They allow the muscle and other soft tissue structures to function properly.
This is dependent upon the type of material used to fabricate the orthotic. Polypropylene orthoses usually lasts approximately 3-5 years. Graphite orthoses usually last greater than 5 years, and leather orthoses last about 3 years.
An ingrown toenail is due to improper growth of the nail into the flesh surrounding the nail. Wearing wider width shoes and trying to cut your nails straight across can sometimes prevent them. Most ingrown nails have to be removed with a minor in office procedure.
There is a chance of recurrence after foot surgery, but the recurrent rate is very low. The recurrence rate varies significantly from procedure to procedure.
Bunions form due to abnormal alignment of the 1st metatarsal. The use of custom orthoses can slow down the progression of a bunion deformity, but little can be done to prevent the formation of a bunion.
The patient is always responsible for getting their own referrals if one is required by your health care insurance.