Chelsea, New York

Progressive Foot Care

Progressive Foot Care

19 W 34th St, Rm 608
New York, NY 10001
(212) 244-7670
Progressive Foot Care, Foot Doctor, Health and Beauty, New York, New York

Your feet are your foundation, carrying you through everyday life. Often, we don’t think about how they affect us until pain is involved. If you’re experiencing foot or ankle pain, reach out to the podiatrists at Progressive Foot Care in New York City. Their team is dedicated to giving you an accurate diagnosis and outstanding treatments that will get you back on your feet in no time.

These licensed podiatrists invite you to put your trust in them for accurate diagnosis and prompt treatment for your ailments. Whether you’re experiencing pain from an ingrown toenail or heel spurs, their foot specialists will provide you with excellent service to get you back to your normal routine. Both Dr. Steven Ea and Behrooz Mandanipour take pride in helping those with foot issues. They provide assistance for a wide range of conditions, such as:

  • Traumatic injury or fracture
  • Bunions and hammertoes
  • Flatfoot or high arches
  • Ankle or foot sprains
  • Corns and calluses

Whether surgery is necessary or a therapeutic route would be a better option for you, their team stays up-to-date with current advancements in the field to provide the best care possible. These foot specialists take pride in their jobs and will work closely with you to create a customized treatment that will make a lasting difference. In addition to foot care, they provide chiropractic services to help with spine realignments and treatments, and they have a medical physician on staff to perform any needed tests and ultrasounds.

Contact Progressive Foot Care today to get started on your path to recovery. Call them at (212) 244-7670 to schedule an appointment with a podiatrist. You can also visit them online or like them on Facebook for additional information.

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