Tired of living with painful feet? Learn how our Massapequa podiatrists can help you get the relief and care you need to feel your best.
Swift Therapy for Warts
Learn more about new Swift technology that targets the root cause of skin conditions, including plantar and other warts.
You may not have known the fancy name—plantar fasciitis—but you certainly know about the pain. You swing your legs out of bed in the morning, stand up, and—ouch! That stabbing ache under your heel or midfoot has you sitting down again in a hurry. This symptom is typical of people with damage to the plantar fascia, a ligament that runs along the bottom of your foot.
A healthy life starts with healthy feet and toes. The average person will take more than 216 million steps in their lifetime - that’s like walking around the world five times. But it’s tricky to walk around the world when you’re suffering from painful and unsightly ingrown toenails.
Laser Treatment for Fungal Nails
Fungal toenails can be a source of deep discomfort and embarrassment for many. The experts at Foot Specialists of Long Island can treat your fungal toenails with ease using advanced laser treatments!
Laser Treatment for Pain
Laser therapy is an advanced form of treatment that can be effective at treating pain, inflammation, and soft tissue injuries. Learn more from Foot Specialists of Long Island.
Heel and Arch Pain
When is the last time you really noticed your heels? You may not think about them much—until they hurt! This area of your foot endures a tremendous amount of stress. All of your body weight bears down on it when you stand, walk, and run. There are several conditions that cause heel pain. Most of them are relieved with conservative treatments (no surgery needed), so it doesn’t make sense to delay getting help when yours act up.
Nail and Skin Problems
Nail and skin problems in the feet are one of the most common ailments people experience. With innovative treatments and effective care you can get the relief you want from Massapequa podiatrist, Dr. Gasparini.
Diabetes is a difficult disease—hard to manage and full of risk for other complications. While you watch your sugar and carb intake to keep your glucose level steady, you also need to monitor your circulation and nerve health, especially in your extremities. Good diabetic foot care is essential for heading off complications like poor blood flow or nerve damage that can end up threatening life and limb.
Along with getting plenty of sleep and eating well, staying physically active is one of the best things you can do for your health and wellbeing. Researchers continually find new physical, emotional, and even mental benefits from leading an active life. It really seems as though the only downside to regular exercise is the fact there is always a certain degree of injury risk. In New York we love our sports. From professional teams to little leagues, one thing stays the same—the increased possibility of foot or ankle injuries. The most common types of injuries are strains, sprains, and fractures, all of which should be treated promptly and patiently. By taking the time to heal correctly and safely, you keep your body in tiptop shape and reduce your chances of further injuries with even more time on the bench. If you do experience pain, sometimes it might be hard to tell what type of injury you have incurred. Mark Gasparini, D.P.M. can diagnose your problem and determine the appropriate treatment.
Whether it’s caused by a traumatic event or a long-term ailment, when a foot injury disrupts your life, you may require surgical care. Don’t leave the health of your feet in the hands of an inexperienced surgeon. Find out how Dr. Gasparini can give you expert care through advanced surgical treatments.
You take care of the rest of your child’s body and health concerns—don’t neglect the feet! Mark Gasparini, D.P.M., in Bethpage, NY, explains why.