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Explore our informative blog posts to learn more about the podiatric services offered at Millennium Podiatry.

How often should you replace your running shoes?

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 01/25/2021

Dr. Suzanne Levine, a podiatrist at Institute Beauté in New York City, sits down with TODAY.

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A Pandemic of Broken Toes

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 01/15/2021

At home people often walk around barefoot. Not a good idea. An unprotected foot and furniture is not a good combination.

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How Can You Prevent a Blister From Forming?

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 03/02/2020

Blisters may be characterized as fluid-filled sacs that form due to friction between the foot and tightly worn socks or shoes.

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Possible Symptoms of Poor Circulation

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 02/24/2020

The medical condition that is known as poor circulation has noticeable symptoms that are often present in the feet.

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Warming up Before and After Running

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 02/17/2020

People who enjoy the sport of running are most likely familiar with the importance of properly warming up before and after each run.

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Sever’s Disease Typically Affects Teenagers

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 02/10/2020

The condition that is known as Sever's Disease is considered to be an inflammation of the growth plate that is located in the back of the heel.

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Possible Foot Conditions Affecting Diabetic Patients

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 02/03/2020

Research has indicated that there are two ailments that may develop as a result of being diabetic.

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Swollen Feet During Pregnancy

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 01/27/2020

It is common knowledge that pregnant women have swollen feet.

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How to Pick the Correct Shoe Size

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 01/20/2020

Many foot related conditions arise due to use of improper footwear.

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For Every Time You Think, “My Feet Are Killing Me.”

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 01/17/2020

Let’s start with an important fact: It’s not normal for your feet to be killing you.

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How High Heels May Lead to Morton’s Neuroma

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 01/14/2020

Morton’s neuroma is a foot condition that involves the feet developing the sensation of numbness, or a lack of feeling.

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Types of Heel Pain

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 01/06/2020

Heel pain is experienced by many patients as a gradual occurrence. It may develop as a result of repetitive stress the heel endures.

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How Does an Ingrown Toenail Heal?

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 12/23/2019

An ingrown toenail is an uncomfortable condition that generally affects the big toe.

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How Does Gout Form?

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 12/16/2019

Gout is a foot condition that can be brought upon by the buildup of uric acid due to high levels of purines.

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Can Flat Feet Cause Pain?

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 12/09/2019

Flatfoot is a condition many people suffer from.

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Getting Adequate Sleep May Be Linked To Preventing Running Injuries

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 12/05/2019

Research has indicated that the amount of sleep runners get may be linked to possibly preventing running injuries.

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Podiatry As A Career

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 12/05/2019

Podiatrists specialize in ailments that affect the feet and ankles, in addition to performing surgery.

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Is Toenail Fungus Common?

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 12/05/2019

A common infection of the toenail is referred to as toenail fungus. It typically develops in the nail bed, and it generally grows slowly.

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What Causes Cracked Heels?

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 12/05/2019

Cracked heels may be a result of wearing shoes that have an open back, or from standing for long periods of time throughout the day.

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Common Types of Foot Pain

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 12/04/2019

The feet are considered to be the foundation of the body, and may feel aches and pains from performing daily activities.

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