Heel pain is an extremely common complaint for people who spend a lot of time on their feet. It is rare for anyone to go through life without a bout of heel since that most people take up to of 10,000 steps a day!
It is estimated that one in five diabetics who seek hospital care are there for treatments on their feet. With regular foot checks and consistent care, you can avoid falling in this statistical range.
Are you embarrassed about wearing flip-flops or open toe shoes because of your bunions or hammertoes? There is treatment available to improve the appearance of your bunions and hammertoes and also relieve your pain.
Have you noticed that your child often complains about leg or foot pain, and you can’t identify any reason why they are uncomfortable? Instead of allowing your child to suffer, it is best to contact a foot care specialist for a diagnosis.
Have you noticed that your toes or feet don’t seem to be “working” correctly? Even though your feet look fine, you should pay attention to the symptoms because it is possible that you are suffering from peripheral neuropathy.
Do you cringe when you step out onto the field for your favorite sports game because you are in pain or your feet and legs are underperforming?
We are pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Lonnie Kaplan! Dr. Kaplan graduated Magna Cum Laude from Binghamton University and earned his DPM degree from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine. He completed a 3-year medical/surgical residency at the Department of Veterans Affairs Healthcare System and served as Chief Resident in his third year.
His podiatric interests include (but are not limited to) sports medicine, orthopedics/biomechanics, preventative diabetic foot care, wound care, and limb salvage. Dr. Kaplan is conservatively minded but also fully trained in foot and ankle surgery, which he performs when alternative treatments do not resolve podiatric issues.
His hours are Monday 1:30pm-7:00pm, Wednesdays and Fridays 8:45am-4:15pm.