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Is It Better To Have Bunion Surgery Early?

Posted May 03, 2024 in Bunion Pain

This blog discusses the early signs of bunions, what to do when bunions are forming, and why early intervention–surgical or non-surgical–is crucial. 4 Min Read: Can You Put Off Bunion Surgery? No one wants to endure foot pain, so if that’s what you have, decisions need to be made. No one wants surgery, but if […]

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How to Determine the Cost of Bunion Surgery in NYC

Posted April 30, 2024 in Uncategorized

This blog discusses the benefits of third-party-free providers, how the team at Chelsea Foot & Ankle advocates for our patients by providing competitive pricing and negotiation with insurance companies, and how we can help determine accurate cost estimates for bunion surgery and other popular podiatric treatments. 5 Min Read: How Does Insurance Affect Bunion Surgery […]

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What Does Bunion Pain Feel Like?

Posted April 18, 2024 in Bunion Pain

This blog discusses the basics of bunions: what they are, how they’re formed, and how to tell if foot pain is from bunions. 3 Min Read: How to Tell If You Have a Bunion People take walking around comfortably for granted until it’s gone. If you walk a lot, as many New Yorkers do, you’re […]

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Can You Fix Bunions Without Surgery?

Posted April 01, 2024 in Bunion Pain

Bunions can cause aesthetic and physical issues, limit mobility in the feet, and eventually cause arthritis. This blog will discuss how bunions are formed, who is susceptible to developing bunions, and what options are available for non-surgical treatment. 4 Min Read: How Common Are Bunions? If you’re like most New Yorkers, you probably do a […]

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Relieving Foot Pain: A Comprehensive Guide to Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) for Neuromas

Posted March 11, 2024 in Dr. Shastri

Neuromas, often causing discomfort and pain in the feet, have traditionally been challenging to treat. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore an innovative solution—Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)—that is changing the landscape of neuroma treatment. 4 Min Read An Effective and Minimally Invasive Treatment for Neuromas at Chelsea Foot & Ankle Neuromas are a painful condition caused […]

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How to Tell If Bunions Are Forming

Posted February 06, 2024 in Bunion Pain

Bunions should not be ignored, as they can cause more significant issues, such as arthritis, hammertoe, and even a loss of foot mobility. While they can be hard to spot, it is a little easier when you know the common causes and early signs of bunions. 6 Min Read: At-home Assessment of Bunions Daily twinges […]

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Recovery Times for Surgical Procedures in Podiatry

Posted December 28, 2023 in Podiatrist

Recovering from surgery on the foot or ankle can be frustrating, and many patients want to know precisely when they’ll be back on their feet. This blog describes standard foot and ankle surgeries, what recovery might look like, and provides a general idea of the recovery time. 5 Min Read Although it can be difficult, […]

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Marathon Season in New York City Is Here! Are You Ready?

Posted August 14, 2023 in Foot Pain

4 Minute Read: It’s marathon time in New York City, and professionals and novices alike are gearing up for the upcoming racing season. 2022 was the first year since COVID that the race was back to its full capacity — 50,000 runners — and running fever has continued to thrive throughout the city.  Whether you’re […]

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Essential Tips for Marathon Training

Posted July 17, 2023 in Dr. Ciment, Running

By Dr. Ethan Ciment 3 Minute Read: Regardless of whether this is your first or your fifteenth marathon, embarking on the journey of training for a marathon is both an exhilarating and challenging endeavor.  Proper training is vital to ensure you reach the finish line healthy and injury-free for both seasoned runners and novices alike. […]

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Treat Your Feet to a Second Opinion

Posted April 05, 2023 in Getting a Second Opinion, Podiatrist

3 Minute Read: We rely on healthy feet to stay mobile and active. When pain or other podiatric problems impair our ability to function properly, we can be slowed down or prevented from carrying out our daily routine and fulfilling our obligations. Treatment options for foot and ankle issues can vary considerably among doctors and […]

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