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As one of the most prominent resources for quality healthcare in the Manhasset and Floral Park area, North Shore Podiatry specializes in a wide range of medical services to get patients feeling healthier than ever before. And while we work hard to offer top-of-the-line treatments that help you feel better and get better, we also focus on preventative strategies to ensure you stay better for longer.

Comprehensive Care

North Shore Podiatry offers a range of medical and preventative measures aimed at maintaining the health and well-being of your feet.  This can include regular check-ups by one of our podiatrists by managing and treating foot conditions or injuries, proper hygiene, and wearing appropriate footwear.  It’s important for patients to take care of their feet to prevent issues and ensure mobility and comfort.  


Receive proactive, quality healthcare in a safe and comfortable environment!

Digital X-Rays

North Shore Podiatry offers the convenience of digital X-ray machines in both our office locations.  Digital radiography, or digital X-ray, is a form of radiology that uses X-ray sensitive plates, rather than traditional X-ray film, to directly capture images during the patient exam. These are digitally transferred and uploaded to a computer for immediate viewing and diagnosis. Not only does this method provide the patient with the benefit of immediate results, digital X-rays use far less radiation than conventional radiography.

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Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)

Manhasset Office Only

ESWT is a fast, gentle, and non-surgical method of addressing chronic heel pain, plantar fasciitis, heel spur syndrome, achilles tendonitis, and more!  It works by using intense pulses of sound waves to break up the scar tissue and increase blood flow to the injured area. This helps to reduce inflammation, relieve the pain and stimulate the body's own healing processes. The procedure is performed in our office, and patients experience no down time. After the treatment, many patients experience immediate relief from their symptoms which continues to improve with subsequent treatments over a 3-5 week period. 

Comprehnsive Care
Digital X-Rays

Onyfix Nail Correction

Manhasset Office Only

The Onyfix Nail Correction System is a versatile and innovative product that enables completely painless treatment of most forms of involuted, pincer, and ingrown toenails without having to resort to nail surgery. 

Our specially trained experts apply a Class 1 Medical Device composite gel band to your toenail at its widest part. As your nail grows, the band will retrain your nail back into a natural position and shape. The whole process takes several months to complete but is completely pain-free during application and throughout the entire treatment.


Diagnostic Ultrasound

Manhasset Office Only

Diagnostic ultrasound is an imaging method that uses sound waves to produce images of structures within the body. This quick and noninvasive procedure produces images that can provide valuable information for diagnosing and directing treatment for a variety of common foot and ankle issues, such as: tendon tears, plantar fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, muscle strains, foot and ankle sprains, and bursitis.

Diagnostic Ultrasound

Ultrasound-Guided Injections

Manhasset Office Only

Many patients suffering from foot and ankle pain can be effectively treated with relative rest and/or activity modification and physical therapy. However, when pain does not improve and more conservative treatments have not been effective, then an ultrasound-guided injection may be considered. 

Ultrasound is an excellent imaging technique that does not use radiation but still allows our specialists to see structures such as tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints in "real time" for a precise injection delivery. Ultrasound-guided injections are commonly used to help treat osteoarthritis, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, tenosynovitis and neuromas.

Ultrasound Guided Injections


Orthotics are specially-made products that fit inside most shoes and help balance your feet and legs while controlling your foot while walking and standing.  Orthotics can help anyone with discomfort relating to walking, or imbalances in the body that are known to cause related pain.


At North Shore Podiatry, PC, we do a full biomechanic evaluation to determine the type of orthotic that will work best for your individual symptoms. Depending on the nature and severity of your condition, we have two options to address your needs.


Prefabricated Orthotics:

We carry a full line of high-quality and durable prefabricated orthotics in all sizes, including children's. We also offer prefabricated orthotic insoles specifically for dress shoes.

Custom Orthotics:

Our doctors are also specially trained to outfit patients with custom made orthotics that are tailored specifically for you. Our team will assess your gait and create an orthotic shoe insert that is made from a mold casted directly from the contours of your feet and will be designed specifically for the way you move. 

Custom orthotics are especially helpful for those with pronation, supination, collapsed arches, high arches, plantar fasciitis, leg length differences or people experiencing pain in the hips, legs or back.


Hospital-Based Surgery

At North Shore Podiatry, PC, hospital-based surgical care is only implemented when we have exhausted all noninvasive treatment options like medication, physical therapy, orthotics, and lifestyle modifications. Surgery becomes a consideration when conservative treatments fail to provide relief or improvement.


When surgery is required to address issues such as fractures, deformities, wounds, infections, injuries, or chronic conditions such as arthritis, soft tissue masses or severe plantar fasciitis, our physicians will perform these procedures in a hospital setting where they have access to the necessary specialized equipment, operating rooms, and resources required for more complex surgical interventions.

Hospital Based Surgery
Custom Orthotics

Durable Medical Equipment

Many people we treat have conditions that limit their physical mobility. Durable Medical Equipment (DME) is a term used to describe a healthcare product that helps a person with mobility difficulties conduct activities both in and outside their home. 


At North Shore Podiatry, PC, our experienced professionals are committed to assessing your particular condition to deliver personalized solutions. Some products designed for repeated use include braces, splints, walking boots, and ankle supports. DME is covered by most 3rd party insurance and Medicare.  In most cases we are able to dispense the product during your visit.


Diabetic Foot Care

Having diabetes increases the risk of developing a wide range of foot problems due to two complications of the disease: nerve damage (neuropathy) and poor circulation. As serious foot problems can develop quickly, proper diabetic foot care by a podiatrist is essential. 

A person whose nerves are damaged by diabetes may lose feeling in their feet. If you cannot feel pain, you may not know when you have a cut, blister or ulcer (open wound) on your foot. It may also make it difficult to properly trim your toenails without damaging the surrounding skin. Open wounds can easily get infected, and the infection might not heal well, because the damaged blood vessels cause poor blood flow in your feet. This could lead to a serious infection or non-healing wound that could put you at risk for an amputation.

Diabetes also causes changes in skin condition. This may include dryness, peeling, and cracking of the feet. People with diabetes may develop corns or calluses more quickly. At North Shore Podiatry, our physicians are specially-trained to detect problems early, help prevent complications, provide guidelines on how best to care for your feet, and tend to the many foot issues that people living with diabetes commonly experience.

Pediatric Foot Care

Pediatric Foot Care

Pediatric podiatry focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of foot and ankle issues that may stop your child from enjoying a playful and athletic childhood and adolescence. Children typically have unique foot issues because their bones have not yet fully developed.


Common foot conditions in children that we treat include flat feet, fallen arches, in-toeing, out-toeing, heel pain, ingrown toenails, plantar warts and more. 

Sports Medicine


Many types of sports injuries can affect the feet and ankles, causing pain and mobility issues. North Shore Podiatry uses many modalities to provide relief of symptoms while also helping our patients resume their activities.

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