From routine checkups to plantar fasciitis treatment and surgery, our team of podiatrists in Manhattan and Brooklyn, NY is equipped to handle all of your podiatric needs. Below you will find an extensive list of services to help you better understand your options in foot and ankle health care at Hamilton Foot and Ankle Associates.
Contact our office to schedule an appointment with one of our Manhattan and Brooklyn podiatrists at Hamilton Foot and Ankle Associates. Together we can provide you with proper care for your foot or ankle condition.
When you are in need of further support for your feet, our podiatrists in Manhattan and Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Speilfogel and Dr. Kleyner, might recommend custom orthotics. The availability of orthotics allows for improved
Also known as the “pump bump”, Haglund’s deformity is a condition that causes the bony section of your heel—where the Achilles tendon is—to become enlarged or inflamed. Wearing shoes that place too much pressure on
An ingrown toenail—also referred to as onychocryptosis—is a common problem that occurs when the edges or corners of the nail grow into the skin next to the nail. When this happens, the edge of the
A plantar wart is a hard, grainy growth that usually appears on the bottom of the foot in areas where the most pressure is absorbed. Plantar warts occur when the human papillomavirus (HPV) makes contact
Whether you’re a runner, an athlete or just want to regularly exercise, you might experience pain in your legs. If you have felt sharp pains in your lower extremities, then you may suffer from shin
It might be a condition you hope you never have to deal with, or you’ve had this embarrassing toenail condition you tried hard to hide. Either way, toenail fungus in Manhattan and Brooklyn is easy
Let’s get to the bottom of Morton’s neuroma in Manhattan and Brooklyn. What is Morton’s neuroma? It is a common condition that causes pain in the ball of your foot—most often in the area between
What is plantar fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is an inflammatory response that is caused by degenerative irritation at the insertion of the plantar fascia ligament—which is a thick band of tissue that attaches your heel bone