Newsletters

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  • November 2019 Newsletter Close Out the Year with Comfortable Feet!
  • September 2019 Newsletter Fall is nearly here! Do you know how to keep your feet healthy?
  • July 2019 Newsletter Check out our newsletter for summertime foot care tips
  • May 2019 Newsletter Problems with your foot structure can cause further troubles higher up your body. This and more in our latest newsletter.
  • March 2019 Newsletter Get ready for spring activities with the right pairs of socks and stretches to save your Achilles some trouble.
  • January 2019 Newsletter Our latest newsletter gives you a look at healthy recipes and good exercises for your feet.
  • November 2018 Newsletter It's November, which means it's Diabetes Awareness Month. Learn more about how diabetes effects your feet and what you need to do to make sure you stay healthy!
  • September 2018 Newsletter Our newest newsletter kicks off with a look at why nerve pain develops in the lower limbs and some treatment options we might prescribe. On top of that, you can learn how to care for your own feet as you age, and your children’s feet as they go back to school. Learn about all of this—and more!—in our newsletter today!!
  • July 2018 Newsletter Don’t let problems like gout or plantar fasciitis take away your summer fun! Instead, check out our July ’18 newsletter for expert tips and advice from the professionals at Massapequa Podiatry Associates, P.C. (Plus, try the delicious Red, White, and Blue Mocktail recipe for ultimate refreshment during our hottest months!)
  • May 2018 Newsletter Dr. Corey Fox takes the time to break down some common wart myths and let you know what is real and what isn’t. Also, Dr. Fox discusses important matters like exercising with your kids and how you can prevent overuse injuries.