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Two foot surgeries for a neuroma and still not fixed, any recommendations for good podiatrist/surgeons in NYC/ NJ area?

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Hospital for special surgery.


Didn't realize there's more, this one: https://www.hss.edu/orthopedic-surgery.asp


Which one ATK1?

Any specific recommendation on a foot surgeon. There are a bunch.


Dude this is essentially medical advise you're seeking, do you real want to ask for it here? Ask you're general practitioner or family doctor for a recommendation

Dr Rahul Patel

Be very careful with foot tendon and ligament surgery. I know many people who have gotten surgery on their foot to only make the problem worse and more painful. Make sure to do good research on the doctor and make sure the procedure has a high rate of success amongst people.

Had 3 foot and ankle surgeries. Focus on going to doctors that deal with professional athletes.

I went to the doctors that work with the Baltimore Ravens with the assumption they must be good at their job if a professional team uses them to get their athletes back on the field.
Who do the giants use. Notice I said giants not the awful jets.

EY1 I agree but HSS is fantastic. Giants use someone at HSS

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