Nearby Cities

Malta (7.38 mi)
Latham (8.22 mi)
Schenectady (9.25 mi)
Ballston Spa (10.15 mi)
Rotterdam (11.5 mi)

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12065 (3) (1.7 mi)
12309 (3) (6.85 mi)
12110 (2) (8.23 mi)
12302 (1) (9.37 mi)
12303 (2) (10.2 mi)
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Find a Foot Surgeon in Clifton Park, NY to diagnose and surgically treat individuals with injuries or disorders of the foot.

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  • Steven Lam, D.P.M. 80 Points

    4 Emma Ln
    Suite 403
    Clifton Park, NY 12065
  • 4 Emma Ln
    Suite 403
    Clifton Park, NY 12065
  • Mindy Lam, D.P.M.

    4 Emma Ln
    Suite 403
    Clifton Park, NY 12065
  • Joyce Senick, DPM

    Distance: 7.37 mi
    3 Hemphill Pl
    Malta, NY 12020
  • Richard Bauer, Owner 100 Points

    Richard T Bauer III DPM PLLC
    Distance: 8.21 mi
    1072 Troy Schenectady Rd
    Suite 303
    Latham, NY 12110
  • Robert Califano, DPM

    Distance: 8.21 mi
    713 Troy Schenectady Rd
    Suite 222
    Latham, NY 12110
  • Timothy Lam, DPM 140 Points

    Distance: 9.25 mi
    1610 Union St
    Schenectady, NY 12309
  • Samuel Bell, D.P.M.

    Distance: 9.25 mi
    2317 Balltown Rd
    Schenectady, NY 12309
  • Sondra Berger

    Distance: 9.25 mi
    3761 Carman Rd
    Schenectady, NY 12303
  • Distance: 9.25 mi
    1426 Altamont Ave
    Schenectady, NY 12303
  • Distance: 9.25 mi
    1610 Union St
    Schenectady, NY 12309
  • Distance: 10.14 mi
    3 Hemphill Pl Ste 111
    Ballston Spa, NY 12020
  • M Lodge, DPM

    Distance: 11.49 mi
    1217 Curry Rd
    Rotterdam, NY 12306
  • Diane Infantine-Vyce, DPM

    Distance: 13.21 mi
    5 New Karner Rd
    Ste 6
    Guilderland, NY 12084
  • Jack Bastow, DPM

    Distance: 14.73 mi
    4 Palisades Dr
    Suite 250a
    Albany, NY 12205
  • Distance: 14.73 mi
    104 Hackett Blvd
    Albany, NY 12209
  • Mark Lentini, D.P.M.

    Distance: 14.73 mi
    1971 Western Ave
    Albany, NY 12203
  • Robert Baldauf, DPM

    Distance: 14.89 mi
    123 Saratoga Rd
    Glenville, NY 12302
  • Distance: 15.04 mi
    53 Spring St
    Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
  • Joseph Manzi, D.P.M.
    1030 Points

    Distance: 17.11 mi
    261 Delaware Avenue
    Delmar, NY 12054

Nearby Cities

Malta (7.38 mi)
Latham (8.22 mi)
Schenectady (9.25 mi)
Ballston Spa (10.15 mi)
Rotterdam (11.5 mi)
Guilderland (13.22 mi)
Albany (14.74 mi)
Glenville (14.89 mi)
Saratoga S... (15.04 mi)
Delmar (17.12 mi)

Foot Surgeon Info

Foot Surgeon Summary:

Locate a reputable foot surgeon in your area for the examination, diagnosis, treatment and of ankle and foot disorders. Foot surgeons use non-surgical and surgical methods to improve or prevent a variety of disorders. Foot surgeons acquire an extensive education concerning the intricate connections involving the bone and soft tissue of the ankle, foot, knee, hip and spine. The sub-specialty of podiatry and surgery enables the practitioner the ability to care for congenital abnormalities, degenerative disorders or traumatic injury.

Foot Surgeon Treatment may include:

- Corrective Surgery
- Medication
- Nail Treatments
- Orthotics
- Physical Therapy
- Soft Tissue Injections

A foot surgeon practitioner examines and diagnoses conditions based on verbal interviews, visual and manual assessment and imaging studies. Using these techniques, the practitioner treat patients on an individual basis for a wide range of acute or chronic conditions. American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) is the professional medical organization that represents Doctors of Podiatric Medicine in the United States. Established in 1959, and based in Bethesda, Maryland, approximately 80% of the podiatrists in the country are active members.

Foot Surgeon FAQs:

What is a Foot Surgeon?
Foot surgeons diagnose and treat all disorders of the lower extremities, commonly known as the foot and ankle, by providing non-surgical or surgical care.

What is the difference between a Foot Surgeon and a Podiatrist?
Podiatrists complete a four-year pre-med program followed by a four-year podiatry program. They also complete at least one year of a surgical residency. Upon graduation, the physician must pass state and national examinations. A foot surgeon completes four years of pre-med, four years of medical school that involves general studies in addition to specializing in the orthopedics of the foot and ankle. The physician then completes a five to six year orthopedic surgical residency. Upon completion, the practitioner must pass orthopedic surgical boards.

How do I find the best nearby foot surgeon?
Patients typically located foot surgeons on or other practitioner review websites. Finding a reputable practitioner requires checking references, reading peer and patient reviews and performing an interview to make sure that you find a physician that suits your individual needs.

Where does a Foot Surgeon work?
An orthopedic foot surgeon may work in a clinic, hospital or private practice. Orthopedic foot surgeons might also gain employment at teaching hospitals, universities or become interested in research.

Why might I see a Foot Surgeon?
Patients commonly see foot surgeons for traumatic injuries that include fractures occurring anywhere on the foot or ankle. Surgeons may also treat individuals having a variety of acquired, congenital or degenerative deformities that include bunions, club foot or bone spurs.

Foot Surgeon Related Terms:
surgical, non-surgical, orthopedic, foot, ankle, musculoskeletal, tissues, bone, injuries, trauma, diabetes, arthritis, fractures, reconstruction, corrective surgery, pain, Achilles tendon rupture, blood clot, bunion, corns, calluses, cosmetic foot surgery, flat feet, heel spurs, hammertoes, shin splints