Bellmore & Wantagh Podiatrist - Cherrywood Foot Care Group

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Dr. Joseph Burke and his team at Cherrywood Foot Care serving the communities of Bellmore, North Bellmore, Merrick, Wantagh, and East Meadow utilizes the latest cutting-edge podiatric technologies, from diagnostic ultrasound, digital radiology, and Noveon laser technology for toenail fungus treatment, to shock wave therapy for heel pain and the minimally invasive surgical procedure, endoscopic plantar fasciotomy. Dr. Burke specializes in the biomechanics of the foot, including custom orthotics and surgical correction of foot deformities. Read More.


Laser Treatment for Fungus Toenails

Cherrywood Foot Care is one of the first practices in the country to use the Cool Touch laser for treatment of onychomycosis.
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Diabetic Foot Care

Diabetics are more prone to foot problems due to painful nerve damage. Cherrywood Foot Care specializes in treating patients with this disorder.
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Foot Surgery

Cherrywood Foot Care is Long Island's foot surgery expert. Whether ankle, foot, or lower leg, you're in good hands at Cherrywood.
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Orthotics & Sports Medicine

Sports and exercise can be both beneficial and demanding. Team Cherrywood knows all the best treatment strategies.
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FEB
2018
Podiatrist In Bellmore

Treating Toenail Fungus

Toenail fungus, or onychomycosis as it’s commonly referred to, can be very distressing to those people who have it. Being aesthetically displeasing to the eye, combined with creating pain or difficulty while working, toenail fungus is unfortunately very common in the United States with 35 million people suffering from it.   At Cherrywood Foot Care, a leading podiatrist in Bellmore, we have helped thousands of people affected by this condition. Offering state of the art treatment techniques such as...
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FEB
2018
Bellmore podiatrist

Pedicure – Pros and Cons

The start of the Pedicure   Many people just think pedicures are only a cosmetic function but that is not the case.  The word pedicure itself comes from the Latin origin of pes cura where pes means foot and cura means to care. Back in history, the pedicure was a treatment to prevent diseases in the nails and even prevent some disorders. In the ancient times, the pedicure was used to remove dead skin softening the feet, clip the toenails, and prevent infections. It was also proven that pedicures...

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