Sports Medicine and Athletic Injury Doctors Serving Wall Street
If you live or work on Wall Street, chances are, you know a thing or two about seeking the very best. The Center for Podiatric Care and Sports Medicine is located at 111 East 88th Street in Manhattan, but serves many athletes from the Financial District.
Sports Injuries Treated
Visit us for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of:
- Achilles tendonitis
- Arthritis of the foot and ankle
- Blisters and ulcers
- Bunions and hammertoe deformities
- Calluses and corns
- Diabetes complications and neuropathy
- Fractures and sprains
- Flat foot and pronation
- Fungal infections
- Ingrown toenails
- Morton’s Neuroma
- Plantar fasciitis
- Plantar warts
- Scar tissue removal
- Turf toe
Your care begins with an accurate diagnosis and immediate pain relief, followed by long-term therapy options and prevention strategies. We believe surgery should be a last resort, but our Wall Street area orthopedic surgeons deliver satisfying results when conventional therapies have failed. We perform surgeries at Beth Israel, Mount Sinai or White Plains Hospital.
Dr. Josef J. Geldwert has become a renowned practitioner in local sports medicine over the past 40 years. He’s been a Medical Advisor for the US Olympic Trials and served as the Hamptons Marathon Medical Director. He attended all games and practices as the official Team Podiatrist for the NY Lizards lacrosse team and lent his overuse injury expertise as Chief of Podiatry for the New York Road Runners Club.
He has consulted with athletes on the NY Liberty women’s basketball team, NY Magic soccer team, and NY Power soccer team. These are just a handful of the many, many ties Dr. Geldwert has to NYC metro athletics.
Another of our doctors, Dr. Ryan Minara, serves the NY Lizards MLL team. Dr. Minara is one of the official podiatrists for the annual NYC Triathlon and Hamptons Marathon. He also is part of the podiatric division at Beth Israel Hospital. Complex foot and ankle injuries are his specialties.
Dr. Katherine Lai is another sports medicine doctor Wall Street athletes can expect to see. She served as the co-medical director of the Bridgehampton Half Marathon, medical director for the Hamptons Marathon, and captain of podiatry for the NYC Triathlon. When she is not treating patients or performing surgery, she teaches orthopedics at Mount Sinai Medical School.
Whether you’re playing at the high school level or in the major league, the pressure to return to the game following a sports injury is much the same. If you need Financial District foot doctors and orthopedic surgeons, you should know we are well versed in the following technologies:
- The MIX5 Laser
- The PinPointe Footlaser
- Extracorporeal Shockwave Treatment
- Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation Therapy
- Platelet-Rich Plasma Centrifuges
- Ultrasound Imaging
- Computerized Orthotics Scanning
- Computerized Gait Analysis
- Laparoscopic Surgical Tools
We Accept Most Major Insurance Plans
Click here to view a list of insurance plans we accept. Our friendly office staff will work with you to find the most affordable treatment options and limit your out-of-pocket expenses.
Look No Further For Wall Street Podiatry and Sports Medicine
We respect your busy schedule. For your convenience, you can fill out this quick form for faster processing and book your appointment online. If it is an emergency, please call our office at (212) 996-1900.
Our sports medicine doctors serve patients coming from Wall Street and the Financial District’s 10005 area code at our Manhattan office location.