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Blog | Information on Podiatry | New York, NY

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

Don't Let Corns Keep You Out of Your Louboutins

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 06/17/2021

High heels like Christian Louboutins can lead to corns if you're not careful. Meet with a skilled podiatrist in New York City for treatment options.

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Five Steps To Sexy Summer Feet

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 05/20/2021

Want to achieve sexy feet in high heels? Treat common foot issues like bunions and hammertoe with a range of procedures and treatments at our clinic.

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Get Back Into High Heels with Pillows For Your Feet® Injections

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 05/13/2021

Do you have foot pain due to a lack of natural padding? Now you can enjoy designer high heels and platforms through innovative Sculptra® injections.

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Why Now Is The Time to Treat Your Post-Quarantine Feet

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 04/23/2021

Do you have a bad case of quarantine feet? Now you can rejoin the New York social scene with our wide range of podiatry services in New York City.

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Say Goodbye to Bunions and Hello to Summer Sandals

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 04/13/2021

Bunions can make wearing shoes uncomfortable and even painful. Enjoy cute summer sandals again through advanced bunion treatment in New York City.

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Six Reasons Why Orthotics Are Needed For Your Feet

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 03/16/2021

Custom-made orthotics in New York can prevent issues like foot pain and poor alignment. Learn the other benefits of orthotics by calling our clinic.

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How Do I Know If I Have Flat Feet?

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 02/03/2021

Wondering if you have flat feet? Discover the signs and symptoms of flat feet and how to ease arch pain.

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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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Know The Signs and Symptoms of a Bunion

Dr. Suzanne Levine | 01/08/2021

Symptoms of a bunion include some pain and discomfort when walking. Learn about the causes of bunions and how to relieve bunion pain at our clinic.

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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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