Independence Day

Hello again to my dear Bronx podiatry patients. Today is July 3rd, one day before we celebrate the birth of our now and always great nation. Don’t interrupt your barbecue and beach plans just to read this most holy sacred and hallowed blog post, but do put down the Kylie Jenner Instagram feed for just a moment to listen to your friendly local NYC podiatrist.

It’s the start of the summer my friends, and that means long days, warm nights and foot pain. Most of this should serve as a reminder, so you can tune back to Kylie now if that makes you happier.

Summer Foot Care Tips:

Ok then, back to the beach and bbq. Have some fun out there. I’ll still be here for you just waiting. And I can’t wait to hear about what you did on your summer vacation.

And if you or your loved ones are suffering from any foot or ankle pain, call our Bronx office at 718-863-3338 and come in to see us.

See you in the office.

Ernest Isaacson

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