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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. New York Foot Experts specializes in the foot care of New York residents and we understand the miles you put on your feet during the hustle and bustle of your day.

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If your dogs are barking by the end of each day it may be time to take a cab once or twice just to give your feet a break. New York Foot Experts has three locations in New York City; 7th Avenue (Mid-Town), Broadway (Financial District – Wall Street), 125th Street (Upper West Side – Harlem). If your foot pain persists or new issues develop call us at 212-385-0801 and make an appointment to see our specialist, Daniel Drapacz, DPM. Your city life needs healthy feet!

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