Foot freedom means more than just wearing sandals all year round. It means having the freedom to use your feet freely for the mobility you rely on every day. Your podiatrist is the front-line expert on feet and all the various complications that arise in your lower limbs making contact with the ground. At our podiatry clinic, a multi-specialty practice in Queens, NY, your podiatrist focuses on prevention. Keeping your feet healthy is tantamount to foot freedom and mobility. And when you do need treatment, our podiatrist rides in like the cavalry. Call today for an appointment!
Our podiatry doctors are accepting all major insurances including Medicare, Medicaid, HIP, Emblemhealth, GHI, MetroPlus, Fidelis. Our top-rated foot doctors provide a full range of medical procedures and are among the best podiatrists in the region. Our doctors are experienced and trained in all matters of the feet and ankles. We will teach you the best ways to protect and preserve your feet to enhance your quality of life and increase your longevity. Over time, healthy lifestyle choices ensure that your feet stay strong enough to prevent future conditions that may impair your mobility.
Your feet take a lot of abuse, so you need to ensure they remain healthy to keep you pain-free and mobile. Feet serve as shock absorbers, points of propulsion and stabilizers whenever you move. With 36 joints, 26 bones, and over 100 ligaments, muscles and tendons, your feet risk something going wrong every time you take a step.
Add those numbers to the other bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons in your ankles and lower legs, and you have the perfect storm for creating uncomfortable and painful conditions. Your podiatrist at the Medex Diagnostic and Treatment Center in Queens, NY focuses on prevention to keep your lower extremities functioning at their best. Podiatry provides state-of-the-art foot and ankle care, along with practical tips and techniques for keeping your ankles and feet healthy.
Our podiatrists offer some of the most effective steps available to prevent both serious and mildly uncomfortable foot and ankle medical conditions, including: