New York City Podiatrist Eliminates Fungal Infections With Advanced Laser Treatment
Experienced podiatrist in New York City, Dr. Gary Evans, is highly trained to treat common nail infections with advanced laser technology.
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NEW YORK, NY, June 06, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Dr. Gary Evans has successfully eliminated many cases of fungal infections with state-of-the-art laser toenail treatment, PinPointe FootLaser in New York City. The new laser technology is an exciting breakthrough in treatment for the millions of Americans who suffer from this painful and embarrassing infection.
Toenail fungus, also known as onychomycosis, is a fungal infection that occurs beneath the nail. Characterized by thick, discolored, unsightly nails, toenail fungus can be both painful and embarrassing to live with. Without treatment, the infection can spread, lead to painful ingrown toenails, and even impair a person's ability to walk. With the introduction of PinPointe FootLaser, individuals with toenail fungus can effectively eliminate fungus without anesthesia or side effects in as little as a lunch break. The powerful laser procedure works by penetrating the infected nail to safely kill the fungus. The laser passes through the infection only, having no effect on surrounding healthy tissue.
"Laser toenail treatment has revolutionized the way in which podiatrists can treat patients suffering from fungal nail infections. It's safe, it's effective, and we are proud to be some of the few podiatrists in New York City with the expertise to administer it," said Dr. Evans.
Dr. Gary Evans and Dr. James Korponay are part of the first group of trained, certified PinPointe FootLaser podiatrists in the New York City area. The new PinPointe FootLaser is the only laser cleared by the FDA for treatment of nail fungus. The highly effective in-office procedure is safe, fast acting, and typically only takes about 30 minutes to complete.
From routine foot and ankle checkups to reconstructive surgery, Drs. Evans, Korponay and Schumer are equipped to handle every podiatric need. All of the podiatrists are Board Certified Foot Surgeons and podiatrists in New York City, with two offices conveniently located in Whitestone and New York City. With over 25 years of experience, all three podiatrists are highly educated and experienced to treat a range of foot and ankle conditions including: bunions, toenail fungus, heel pain and diabetic foot for patients of all ages.
To better serve their busy patient base, Dr. Evans and his team created an information-rich website to better inform them about their foot and ankle health. Patients can visit the site from the comfort of their homes or mobile devices to request an appointment, learn about available services, browse the patient education library, or get directions to the office. All the information needed is readily available and accessible to patients 24/7.
Whether you're seeking laser toenail treatment in New York City for embarrassing toenail fungus or simply searching for a new podiatrist in the New York City area, contact Dr. Evans to learn more by calling 212-279-0086 or visiting www.drgaryevans.com.
About Dr. Gary Evans' Podiatric Practice: Dr. Gary Evans is a board certified podiatrist in New York City and an NYU graduate. Specializing in all phases of podiatry, Dr. Gary Evans is joined by Drs. James Korponay and Caren Schumer for the best in quality care. Offering a wide array of foot and ankle care in a convenient and comfortable setting, they provide treatment for bunions, diabetic foot care, heel pain, and Achilles tendon, among many other foot conditions.
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