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Podiatry at Advanced Dermatology, P.C.

What Is a Podiatrist?

A podiatrist is a physician who treats the foot, ankle, and related structures of the lower limbs. Also known as a doctor of podiatric medicine (DPM), a podiatrist specializes in diagnosing abnormal conditions of the foot and ankle, such as injuries, skin conditions, and other problems that can cause discomfort and pain.

We are pleased to announce that Advanced Dermatology, P.C. offers podiatric care with Dr. Adam Falivene, DPM. Dr. Falivene serves patients in the greater New York area, including Manhattan, Queens, and Nassau County. If your foot discomfort is interfering with your normal activities or causing concern, he can help you heal and put your best foot forward.

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Why Should You See a Podiatrist?

A visit to a podiatrist can help ensure the overall health of the foot and ankle. Our feet absorb the stress of our day-to-day movements and athletic activities. If you recently have had an injury, such as a sprain or fracture, a podiatrist such as Dr. Falivene can treat the injury and help get you back to optimal function.

If you have a chronic condition such as diabetes or peripheral vascular disease, you may want to make an appointment with a podiatrist. Diabetes, for example, causes many problems systemically and regular evaluation by a podiatrist can help prevent wounds, amputation and numbness or burning sensations in the feet.

Skin and nail problems may also be a reason to consult a doctor of podiatric medicine. If you have itchy or irritated skin in the foot area, a podiatrist can help you manage problems.

What Conditions Can a Podiatrist Treat?

In addition to treating structural problems, a podiatrist can recognize and treat certain dermatologic conditions. Our podiatrist, Dr. Adam Falivene, treats all problems that affecting feet, including:

  • Sports injuries
  • Warts
  • Bunions
  • Hammer Toes
  • Ingrown Toenails
  • Thickened Nails
  • Corns
  • Calluses
  • Heel pain
  • Diabetic wellness checks
  • Neuromas
  • Soft tissue masses
  • Arthritis
  • Gout
  • Metatarsalgia
  • Flat feet
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Podiatry and Dermatology

Foot health is not only structural in nature. Skin issues related to the feet can have an impact on a patient’s quality of life.

As part of the Advanced Dermatology, P.C. team, Dr. Falivene works with top New York dermatologists and brings his extensive expertise to patients suffering from dermatitis, fungal infections and athlete’s foot. His dedication to comprehensive care means that patients will receive the attention needed to address all health issues related to the feet and alleviate pain.

Dermatologic problems in the feet can also indicate more serious underlying diseases. It is important to consult a foot expert if you notice anything unusual on your toenails or the skin around your ankles and feet.

How Does a Podiatrist Diagnose a Problem?

Podiatrists have several diagnostic tools at their disposal. Dr. Falivene may order x-rays or other advanced imaging to ascertain the extent of an injury. Other laboratory tests may be requested to diagnose problems in order to create the most effective treatment plan.

Schedule an Appointment with Our Podiatrist

Contact Advanced Dermatology today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Falivene.

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