Adler Footcare of Greater New York Recommends Immediate Treatment for Foot Problems Caused by Recent Storms

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In the wake of a storm like Hurricane Sandy many people experience health hazards, and foot problems are no exception. In fact they are often overlooked and can cause issues later if not properly treated. Adler Footcare of Greater New York encourages those who have been affected by recent foot pain to visit their podiatrist or health care professional.

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Although health hazards like pulmonary problems are a main concern...injuries to the feet can also be significant.

Adler Footcare of Greater New York cares about its patients and the people of New York who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy. Foot problems are more common in the aftermath of a large storm. If someone does not have a podiatrist or is looking for one, both Adler Footcare locations in Manhattan and White Plains are open and operating providing access to a New York Podiatrist who is ready and willing to help treat foot problems caused by the recent storms.

Although health hazards like pulmonary problems are a main concern, injuries to the feet are the kind of thing that someone might not think about in the aftermath of a storm, but they can be significant, especially for young children and the elderly. Many people have returned to find their homes extremely flooded. As the flood waters sit they become increasingly unsanitary, affected by sewer leakage and other toxins. The process of clean up while wading through inches or feet of water can cause foot problems like cuts, allowing bacteria to seep in and lead to infection.

If someone needs treatment they are encouraged to see their podiatrist. If someone is looking for a podiatrist in New York to help with foot problems or foot pain they can learn more by contacting Adler Footcare at http://www.mynycpodiatrist.com.

About Adler Footcare of Greater New York
Dr. Jeffrey L. Adler, Medical/Surgical Director and owner of Adler Footcare of Greater New York has been practicing podiatric medicine since 1979 and has performed thousands of foot and ankle surgeries. Dr. Adler is Board certified in Podiatric Surgery and Primary Podiatric Medicine by the American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry. Dr. Adler is also a Professor of Minimally Invasive Foot Surgery for the Academy of Ambulatory Foot and Ankle Surgeons. As one of only several in the country who perform minimally-invasive podiatric surgery, Dr. Adler’s patients enjoy significantly reduced recovery times. Learn more about Adler Footcare of Greater New York at http://www.myNYCpodiatrist.com.

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