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08/06/2014
By: Brittney F.
Iezzi & Twardzik Dpm
I had an infected, ingrown toenail that was pretty bad. I called to make an appointment with Dr. Twardzik, and received an appointed for the following day. I arrived early to fill out some paperwork since I was a new patient. The office was pretty crowded, it was a Tuesday around 4 o'clock. I am not sure if the office is always this packed but I was there for about an hour before I was seen. I have to say, it was worth the wait. Dr. Twardzik is extremely thorough with his patients. He really took the time to listen to me and I felt very comfortable. Despite the fact that he was already really busy and had other patients waiting I never once felt like I was being rushed. Dr. Twardzik really took his time and made sure I was getting the best treatment. I was extremely nervous for my surgery and he talked me through the whole thing and aside from some mild discomfort it was a pretty painless procedure. I would definitely recommend him to anyone looking for a doctor in this field.
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03/04/2017
By: Lucy S.
Dr. Lawrence D Kassan, DPM
Dr. Kassan is a very nice and caring Doctor He always answers any questions you may have and he is a personable person
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02/18/2016
By: Patricia M.
Michael Zarro Dpm
NEVER HAD A BETTER EXPERIENCE ,EVERYONE TREATS YOU WITH THE UTMOST RESPECT AND ALWAYS FEEL GREAT WHEN I LEAVE ,
04/24/2014
By: 00000a
Kothari Ketan Dr
Dr. Kothari is FANTASTIC! and the young ladies in the office are Wonderful .]a.
Tips & Advices
Examples of podiatric specialties include orthopedics, primary care, sports medicine, surgery, podopediatrics​, and wound care and management.
Podiatrists can perform surgery on the foot, ankle, and related lower extremity structures. These procedures can range from noninvasive to reconstructive.
Podiatrists can provide stem cell therapy, custom orthotics, foot and ankle surgery, and treatment for toenail fungus, common foot issues, and ingrown nails, among many other services.
Every visit with a podiatrist varies depending on the condition and the amount of discussion and treatment necessary. Initial appointments can last up to 45 minutes, while subsequent routine meetings take at least 30 minutes.
In most cases, foot and ankle services that podiatrists provide are covered by health insurance. Not all podiatrists participate in all health insurance plans, however. Consult your specific coverage to better understand its podiatry offerings.

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