Many people see the New Year as a fresh start. A new beginning. A blank slate. A book that’s yet to be written. The adventures and possibilities ahead are exciting and motivating – and sometimes frightening! Even so, people like to set goals and resolutions for themselves. Maybe yours has to do with living a healthier lifestyle or finding a treatment for your foot pain. If you have foot pain the thought of getting treatment can definitely be intimidating. But once you hear about the new developments being celebrated at Adler Footcare this year, you’ll be ready to walk right into our office and achieve your goal of becoming foot pain free.
Adler Footcare currently has two locations to service our patients in Midtown Manhattan and White Plains, New York. Both offices provide full podiatric services and the latest foot pain treatments. The Midtown Manhattan location is home to the Joint Commission Accredited Podiatric Operating Suite. The New York podiatrists at Adler Footcare are excited to be moving the Midtown Manhattan office to a new location. It will be in the same building, but a bigger and better office space. Below is the office staff with the construction team. Check out these photos of the progress.
At the end of 2014 Adler Footcare welcomed a new addition to our team, Dr. Shweta Raina. She brings with her extensive training in podiatric surgery with an emphasis on Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery. She is fluent in both Spanish and Hindi and says she became a podiatrist due to a life-long love of both art and science, which she feels is beautifully combined in the practice of podiatric medicine and surgery. Learn more about Dr. Raina and the other New York podiatrists at Adler Footcare here.
New Advances in Treatment
Adler Footcare prides itself at staying at the forefront of the latest advances in foot pain treatment. The technology in 2015 will allow us to continue to provide revolutionary treatments such as:
- HyProCure® Treatment – this procedure works by inserting a titanium stent in the natural space between the ankle and heel bones to realign the feet, eliminating pain in the feet, knees, hips, back, and neck.
- Stem Cell Treatment – live birth stem cells are injected to the area feeling pain and produce new cells to repair the damaged area.
- Minimally Invasive Surgery – a technique that is done by making a very small incision and causes significantly less trauma than traditional surgery.
You don’t have to live with your foot pain any longer. It’s time to take action and become foot pain free in 2015. All you have to do is contact us by filling out a request form or giving us a call to schedule a consultation with one of our New York podiatrists. At Adler Footcare we believe feet shouldn’t hurt and neither should their treatment.
If you’re fearful of getting foot pain treatment, download our free e-book below to learn more about the procedures mentioned above.