• Heel Pain ~ No Gain

  • City Feet

  • What You Can Do About Bunions

  • City Walking

  • Healing Heel Pain

  • Basketball and your Feet


Heel Pain ~ No Gain

Your heels hit the ground first before any part of your body every morning and if foot pain is the first thing you feel then you should contact Daniel Drapacz, DPM.

May 22nd, 2017
City Feet

Let’s talk about the three most common problems with wearing the wrong type of shoe.

May 12th, 2017
What You Can Do About Bunions

A bunion is a boney lump that projects from the base of the big toe and as it grows, it pushes the big toe out of position. It will eventually cause arthritis in the joints and in sometimes causes the big toe to cross over the next toe.

May 12th, 2017
City Walking

If you live in New York City, chances are you walk wherever you need to go like work, the market, to visit friends, to dine out etc. Your feet may take it hard if you aren’t wearing the right shoes or taking some precautions to avoid foot pain.

Apr 26th, 2017
Healing Heel Pain

Heel Pain is most often caused by Plantar Fasciitis, a condition that is also referred to as a heel spur. This is an inflammation of the band of tissue (plantar fascia) that extends from your heel to your toes.

Apr 20th, 2017
Basketball and your Feet

With all its running, twisting, turning, and jumping, basketball is one of the hardest games on feet. Different movements put all the areas of the foot at risk.

Nov 16th, 2016
Veterans Day and Diabetes

American veterans have met our foreign enemies head-on for years, unfortunately there is another enemy that has been attacking them right here at home!

Nov 11th, 2016
Heel pain in children, what causes it?

The sudden development of pain in the heel of a child’s or adolescent’s foot is usually related to an injury to the growth plate of a bone located near the heel.

Aug 9th, 2016
Heel Spurs

Heels spurs are most commonly caused by a condition known as plantar fasciitis.

Aug 4th, 2016
Club Foot

It occurs when the foot turns inward and downward.

Jul 1st, 2016
The lesser Toes

Lesser toe deformities and pain are among the commonest problems presenting to a foot and ankle team.

Jun 27th, 2016
Recovery from foot surgery

As podiatrist we have clear that not all foot surgeries are the same, we know that the type of surgery you have will significantly determine your recovery time.

Jun 21st, 2016
Myths about your feet

Men´s Shoe Size men´s shoesWe all know that American bodies are getting bigger, but what about our feet? In the United States, the best-selling shoe size is 8.5 for women and 10.5 for men.

Jun 17th, 2016
Flat feet and children

Parents always worry about flat feet, but what they don’t know is that flat feet are normal in infants, children and adults.

Jun 15th, 2016
The Big Toe

Joints are formed by two bones which are held close together by ligaments and an outer covering known as a joint capsule

Jun 9th, 2016
High Heels Hurt

It is known that heels hurt but they’re also bad to our feet, they cause corns and callouses

Jun 1st, 2016
Types of Foot Surgery

There are surgeries that are needed to realign toes, eliminate bunions and nerves.

May 26th, 2016
Stress Fractures on Athletes

What do track and field sportspersons, gymnasts, acrobats, dancers, tennis players, basketball and football players all have in common? They are all at an advanced risk for stress fractures.

May 25th, 2016
Why are my feet deformed?

Have you ever looked at your feet and wondered why you have certain conditions like bunions, hammertoes, heel pain, flatfeet, or high arches?

Aug 26th, 2016
Corns and Calluses

If you have corns and calluses, your feet deserve some extra care and attention. A little foot pampering can alleviate pain and get rid of the dead skin that builds up and causes calluses and corns. Corns and calluses are essentially the same thing...

Apr 28th, 2016
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