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Grand Central Footcare
Podiatry located in New York, NY
Podiatry located in New York, NY
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Can You Get A Fungal Infection on Your Feet?
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Yes. You can get a fungal infection on your feet. In fact, it's very common to get a fungal infection. One of the most common types of fungal infections is called Athlete's Foot and Toenail Fungus. Anyone who's not practicing proper foot hygiene is prone to getting fungal infections. It's best to do everything you can to make sure your feet stay in warm, dry environments. Call us or make an appointment online to find out more about preventing fungal infections of
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#fungalinfection #toenailfungus #newyork
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Did You Know This About Feet?
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About 75% of Americans will experience some kind of foot health problems that vary in degrees of severity. And women have about four times as many foot problems as men due to the impact of wearing high heels. If you're concerned about your foot health, and would like to consult a foot professional, please call our office to set up an appointment right away.

#foothealth #highheels #newyork
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Let's be honest; no one wants to stay any longer than they need to for a doctor's appointment. The good news is that there are certain things you can do to make sure your doctor appointment goes faster. (http://ow.ly/dR6230n2kHb)

#PatientAwareness #doctorappointments #waittimes #doctips
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What Is Diabetic Foot Health?
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Are you struggling with diabetes? If so, it's important you make an appointment with your foot care professional. Diabetics are often prone to poor circulation and have impaired nerve function in their feet. If your feet are not properly taken care of, you could possibly develop peripheral neuropathy. Make sure to set up an appointment or consultation with our foot care specialists to check on your diabetic foot health.

#diabetes #footspecialist #newyork

Les J. Glubo, DPM, FACFAS. Dr. Glubo is one of New York City’s most experienced, sought-after podiatrists. With every patient, his goal is to find solutions that enable them to live their lives pain-free. Call Dr. Glubo at 212-697-3293 or visit him online to schedule an appointment today. http://ow.ly/T3uJ30n2kH5
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How to Keep Your Feet Healthy
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You use your feet every day, and it's important to keep them healthy as you walk through life. Good news is you don't need an expensive weekly spa treatment to keep your feet healthy. What you can do is make it a point to wash your feet thoroughly, soak your feet in Epsom salt, and alternate your shoes every day. It's important to upkeep your foot healthy, so if you have any questions, inquire with us by setting up an appointment.

#healthyfeet #spaday #newyork
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It's always good to remember that prevention is better than cure. Screenings and regular check-ups have been proven to increase life expectancy, especially among people between 30 to 49 years old. It's highly beneficial to spread awareness and start young and early; check this list to see what you can do!
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#PatientAwareness #Screening #CheckUps #HealthTips
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How to Practice Good Foot Hygiene
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You spend a lot of time on your feet, and it's important to take care of them to main strong, healthy, and even soft feet. To practice good hygiene, soak your feet in warm, soapy water, gently remove dead skin cells with an emery board, and push your cuticles back to keep them from overhanging your nail margins. Once that's complete, trim your toenails straight across, and apply moisturizing lotion. Following these simple steps will help rejuvenate your feet!

#foothygiene #softfeet #newyork
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Do You Need Custom Orthotics?
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If you're looking to relieve foot and ankle pain, ordering custom orthotics are the way to go. Most people who like to wear custom orthotics usually have plantar fasciitis, frequent sprained ankles, flat feet or high arches, or low back and knee pain. The process of getting custom orthotics made is very simple. Our specialists will conduct a biochemical exam, design and cast your orthotics, and schedule a follow up. If you're interested in custom orthotics, please call our feet specialists to set up a consultation.

#customorthotics #anklepain #newyork

Les J. Glubo, DPM, FACFAS. Dr. Glubo is one of New York City’s most experienced, sought-after podiatrists. With every patient, his goal is to find solutions that enable them to live their lives pain-free. Call Dr. Glubo at 212-697-3293 or visit him online to schedule an appointment today. http://ow.ly/T3uJ30n2kH5
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What is Hammertoe Correction?
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Hammertoe is a deformity of the outer toes where the toe is bent at the middle joint, which looks very similar to a hammer. Hammertoes should not be left untreated as they can be quite stubborn and inflexible and will have to be removed with surgery. To treat or correct your hammertoe, you'll be given shoes that have comfortable toe boxes to help reshape the shoes. It should be accompanied with toe exercises and stretches to strengthen the muscles.

#Hammertoe #ToeCorrection #GrandCentral
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What is a Fracture?
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What many people aren't aware of is that a fracture is essentially a broken bone. However, there are many different types of fractures and broken bones. There's a displaced fracture where a bone can be broken and the fragments can be out of position. There's also a compound fracture where there is a broken bone where one of the fragments has punctured the skin. If you believe you might have a fracture or a broken bone, call us immediately to schedule an appointment.

#Fracture #BrokenBone #GrandCentral
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