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Fitness and Your Feet

The feet are one of the most overlooked body parts when it comes to exercise. As you exercise, pay attention to what your feet are telling you. Most people don't realize the tremendous pressure that is put on their feet while exercising. For example, a 150-pound jogger puts more than 150 tons of impact on his feet when running three miles. Improper foot care during exercise is a contributing factor to some of the more than 300 foot ailments, according to the American Podiatric Medical Association. The New York licensed podiatrists at Foot Care of New York stress the importance of foot care when exercising. Are you a recreational or professional athlete? Call (212) 661-3300 to schedule your preferred appointment for professional recommendations based on your athleticism at one of the two New York City Foot Care of New York locations, or complete and submit our online appointment request form.

Dr. Mike Thaker, is highly trained to treat the full spectrum of foot injuries and conditions. Our podiatrists make customized orthotics for specific sports and foot conditions. As always, our foot doctors are happy to discuss prevention recommendations based upon your individual sport and foot needs. The following are common foot conditions and injuries that are diagnosed and treated at Foot Care of New York: 

Call (212) 661-3300 or request an appointment online to arrange a visit at our Foot Care of New York location in New York City — Manhattan.

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Excellent health care professional and practice. From the support staff who are super efficient, professional and friendly to D Thaker himself, this place is great. Dr Thaker explains all the what and why and has a great bedside manner. Highly recommend. - by Matt H.

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