Police - Advanced Foot Care

Serving local and state law enforcement officials is something we at Advanced Foot Care take great pride in. We are always grateful to give back to the men and women who keep us safe because we recognize how physically and mentally difficult your job is. We frequently see injuries ranging from minor, acute wounds to those requiring reconstructive surgery. We are always delighted to make accommodations for our patients so you may receive the care you require and quickly go back to work.

Footcare for Police

At Advanced Foot Care, we strive to keep overuse injuries and chronic pain from impeding the dedication and life-saving work of our police and emergency response personnel.

We are always accessible if you have any problems thanks to the convenience of several sites around Long Island and Queens. There are also same-day appointments available.

Police Patient Persona

Mark T. – 57 yo male
Insurance: UHC
Location: Garden City, NY

A NYPD police officer who serves his community.  He has been a patient for years and has been treated for athlete’s foot, ingrown toenails and plantar warts.  

Adults and children with foot injuries, in-and-out gait, flat feet, high arches, and heel pain can receive sports medicine linked to the feet and ankles from Advanced Foot Care. Our extensive resources enable us to correctly identify and treat your issues the first time.

 PinPoint Foot Laser for Toenail Fungus

Our locations in Manhasset, Huntington, Coram, Woodbury, Mineola, Williston Park, Maspeth and Ronkonkoma, New York, were among the first in the New England region to receive certification as Inpulse Patholase Pinpointe Laser providers. Using our Appointment Request Form, you can get in touch with us at any time of day or night.

Prevention is Key

It’s crucial to practice preventative measures and excellent foot hygiene, and diabetics especially need to do so. Diabetic footwear is available, as are severe treatments for diabetic foot infections and limb preservation.

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