My practice provides a level of foot care that is far superior to what you are probably used to.
“What makes a level of foot care superior – don’t all doctors go to medical school
& know how to treat patients & disease?”
Yes, all doctors do go to medical school & are taught how to treat disease.
Sadly, our medical system and your insurance company severely restrict the types of procedures and medications you can receive. Often denying you the opportunity to get the care you really need.
30 years ago when I opened my private practice I knew that my priority would be my relationships with patients – not with insurance companies. And that’s why I can provide a higher quality of foot care than what you may have experienced in the past.
I’m Like A Detective
I’m a kind of detective. You come into my office with a complaint. Something doesn’t feel right or doesn’t work right, and your body is giving you clues. Doctors call them symptoms.
Just like a detective, I listen carefully, examine the clues, and use my knowledge and expertise to get to the bottom of the problem and put a plan in place – a plan that honors you, your lifestyle, and your cultural needs.
At my office, you will not be rushed into an examining room, endure a two-minute exam, get a quick diagnosis, and be sent on your way. Instead, you become part of our patient family. My goal is to help you feel better and get you moving again with as little disruption to your life as possible.
I’m a graduate of New York College of Podiatric Medicine and completed my surgical residency at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. I am board-certified by the American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine.
My offices are in Suffern, N.Y. and Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY.
My relationship with Good Samaritan Hospital started in 1982 and includes 10 years as Chairman of the hospital’s CME Committee – ensuring that all physicians on the staff are fully accredited.
When I first opened my practice, colleagues said, “Harry, go to Manhattan. That’s where all the best doctors are!”
But, I didn’t listen to them. I love living in Rockland County. My wife, Judy, and I loved raising our kids here. We are not in Manhattan because we are part of a community. We know our neighbors, attended PTA meetings and raised our family with a great view of the surrounding mountains.
Plus, with an office close to home I found I could attend events at my children’s schools while most of my colleagues were spending hours and hours commuting.
It has been an honor for me to participate in community life and be a part of many non-profit institutions while my wife, Judy, and I raised our family.
When I opened my office in Williamsburg, patients in Brooklyn found me. There are grateful to not have to travel into Manhattan to get a high level of foot care, as are my Rockland County patients.
And, I am grateful to be able to care for them so close to their homes.
If you’re tired of suffering from foot problems and bouncing from doctor to doctor, you’ve come to the right place. “I would be honored to help you get moving again!”