Thank you for choosing SoleHealers, the comprehensive podiatry practice of Dr. Uriel Levi, with two convenient locations in Brooklyn. For over 25 years, Dr. Levi has been providing excellent podiatric care to his patients in a comfortable and relaxing environment. Our state-of-the-art offices are equipped with the most modern diagnostic equipment and Dr. Levi has the experience to treat all of your foot care needs.
We provide a full range of clinical podiatry care, including the treatment of foot and ankle conditions such as ingrown toenails, corns, chronic foot pain, warts, toenail fungus, orthotics and diabetic foot care. Dr. Levi is also highly experienced in foot reflexology and vascular therapy.
For the convenience of our patients, we are open six days a week and accept most insurance plans. We offer evening appointments to accommodate busy schedules and Dr. Levi will make home visits to patients who cannot make it into the office. We look forward to meeting you and taking care of all your podiatry needs.
Orthotics are shoe inserts that are custom made to fit you and to treat painful conditions such as flat feet, heel spurs, plantar fasciitis and neuromas. Orthotics are intended to correct an abnormal or irregular walking patterns, by altering slightly the angles at which the foot strikes a walking or running surface.
Diabetes is a disease that can cause serious problems with your feet in terms of circulation, balance, numbness, wounds and the ability to heal properly. It is extremely important for diabetics to have their feet examined several times a year by a doctor, to check for and treat any ulcerations or infections, and to prevent any further complications from occurring.
Fungal nail infections are very common in adults and account for nearly half of all nail disorders. Technically known as onychomycosis, fungal nail infections can affect both your fingernails and toenails, but are most frequently seen in the toes. While the infection is a slow-growing one, a nail fungus can eventually cause the overlying nail to discolor, thicken, change texture, become increasingly brittle, break and even detach from the nail bed.
Heel pain is most often caused by overuse, instead of an injury. Heel pain as a result of overuse can be due to many things, including wearing shoes with poor support, running too often, especially on hard surfaces, sudden turning of your heel, or landing too hard or awkwardly on your heel. Connective tissue that runs from the toes to the heel bone causes heel pain, also known as heel spur syndrome. There are many types of treatment for heel pain, depending on the severity of your pain, including anti-inflammatory medications, ice packs, stretching exercises, orthotic devices, and/or physical therapy.
With 25 years of experience in the Brooklyn area, Dr. Uriel Levi is an experienced Podiatrist who offers high quality gentle podiatry care in his state-of-the-art Private practice. Read More >>
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