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11412 Okeechobee Blvd. Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411  Phone: 561.674.0747 Fax: 561.795.3683 [View Map]

Lake Worth, FL

4889 S. Congress Ave. Suite 201 Lake Worth, FL 33461 Phone: 561.967.4999 Fax: 561.967.2465 [View Map]

Palm Beach Gardens, FL

9089 N. Military Trail Suite 37 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 Phone: 561.691.4682 Fax: 561.624.7084 [View Map]

Belle Glade, FL

1200 S. Main Street Suite 200 Belle Glade, FL 33430 Phone: 561.993.9968 Fax: 561.996.5970 [View Map]

Port Saint Lucie, FL

672 SW Prima Vista Blvd. Suite 201 Port St. Lucie, FL 34983 Phone: 561.674.0747 Fax: 561.795.3683 [View Map]

West Palm Beach, FL

2047 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Suite 100 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 Phone: 561.674.0747 Fax: 561.795.3683 [View Map]

Boynton Beach, FL

6699 West Boynton Beach Blvd Suite 2B Boynton Beach, FL 33437 Phone: 561.674.0747 Fax: 561.795.3683 [View Map]
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Foot & Heel Pain

Stop living with foot pain. There are a number of conditions that can cause discomfort in your foot or ankle, and the earlier treatment starts, the quicker you can be back on your feet.

Diabetes Care

Living with diabetes can be difficult. Regular visits to a podiatrist are part of a healthy foot care routine to help prevent some of the complications that can occur with this condition.

Laser Nail Treatment

Want beautiful, healthy nails? Laser nail treatments are the fastest and most effective way to eliminate nail fungus and turn your discolored, brittle and cracked nails into the envy of your friends.

PRP Therapy

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is used by the pros to get back in the game faster. We use both traditional and cutting-edge methods to treat all types of sports injuries.

South Florida Podiatrists

South Florida Foot and Ankle

  • Dr. Jonathan M. Cutler attended Washington University in St Louis, MO where he earned his BA degree. After which he attended Podiatry School at Dr. William M Scholl College of Podiatry and followed with his surgical residency at Johns Hopkins, Liberty Medical in Baltimore, MD.

    Dr. Cutler has been a respected part of the medical community for over 25 years. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, a Board-certified foot surgeon and Fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. He is also a certified Expert Medical Advisor (EMA), ensuring injured workers get the right level of care while preventing excessive or unnecessary costs for employers and insurance carriers.

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  • Dr. Brett Fried and his twin brother were born and raised by their father in Staten Island, New York. Watching his grandfather deal with diabetes on a daily basis, he quickly learned to appreciate the field of Medicine and eventually attended Medical school at the prestigious New York College of Podiatric Medicine in Manhattan, NY.

    After medical school, his residency career started in New York City where his time was spent at four major hospitals: Metropolitan Hospital (Manhattan), Lincoln Hospital (Bronx), Harlem Hospital (Manhattan), and The Podiatric Surgical Clinic (NYCPM, Manhattan). One accomplishment that he is most proud of during that time was his contribution in helping those affected during the tragedy of 9/11.

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  • Dr. Joshua P. Daly grew up in the small town of Grenada, Mississippi, the youngest of three boys. He followed the family tradition and attended Mississippi State University to pursue a degree in Microbiology. Dr. Daly was involved with multiple campus organization and leadership positions resulting in his induction into the MSU Hall of Fame (one of ten chosen). After graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, his natural interest in business and leadership led him to business school where he obtained his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree.

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  • Dr. Jennifer Kazamias grew up in the beautiful Susquehanna River valley city of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania where she attended Bishop McDevitt High School. She graduated in the top 10 percent of her high school class with course work in advanced placement science classes. She went on to attend La Salle University in Philadelphia where she was elected for membership in the Alpha Epsilon Delta National Health Pre-professional Honor Society and earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology.

    Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Kazamias worked for The American Red Cross in Rockville, Maryland in conjunction with the National Bone Marrow Registry and National Institutes of Health, correlating genetic disease with HLA blood types.

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When is it Time to See a Podiatrist?
When is it Time to See a Podiatrist?

As a general rule, if you are experience a problem with your feet or ankles and are in pain, you should see a foot doctor. This will quickly rule out any serious problems and prevent a problem from getting worse. A podiatrist can give you solid advice on how to...

How Do I Know When it’s Time to Replace My Custom Orthotics?
How Do I Know When it’s Time to Replace My Custom Orthotics?

There is no set “expiration date” for custom-made orthotics. Knowing when it is time to replace your custom orthotics varies on a number of factors, such as your usage and how they are fitting. In other words, your podiatrist needs to evaluate your orthotics to determine if you need new...

Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Heel Pain
Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Heel Pain

Foot pain, especially heel pain, is our body’s way of telling us something is wrong. Ignoring heel pain can make an injury worse which can also increase the amount of pain you are in. At the same time, this can limit your activities. Heel pain can be caused by wearing...

The Truth about Ankle Joint Replacement Surgery
The Truth about Ankle Joint Replacement Surgery

If you suffer from arthritis or an ankle injury, you don’t need to continue living in pain. There is a way for you to be mobile again. An innovative and cutting-edge new product has been recently approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat U.S. patients. This...

Answers to Frequently Asked Podiatry Questions
Answers to Frequently Asked Podiatry Questions

If you have questions about podiatry or what to expect at an appointment with your podiatrist, our friendly staff is always available to expertly explain any questions or concerns you might have. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about podiatrists:   What is a podiatrist? A podiatrist is...

How do You Choose the Right Podiatrist?
How do You Choose the Right Podiatrist?

If you are experiencing pain in your ankles, feet, or toes, choosing the right podiatrist is an important decision. The health of your feet is extremely important. You and your feet need quality care from an expert in podiatry. Foot and ankle specialists with extensive and diverse training and expertise are...

What is a Heel Spur?
What is a Heel Spur?

Heel spurs are bony growths of the bone in the heel. The growths are usually calcium deposits that build up over time. They can be under the heel or in the back of the heel. Heel spurs, also called bone spurs, located underneath the heel are usually associated with plantar...

What Causes Bunions?
What Causes Bunions?

Bunions can be caused by a mix of factors. The main reason that most people develop bunions is due to wearing shoes that do not fit well and crowd the toes together. They are more common in women than men; likely because women wear high heel shoes that force crowding...

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The Importance of Diabetic Foot Care: Tips for Newly Diagnosed Diabetics
The Importance of Diabetic Foot Care: Tips for Newly Diagnosed Diabetics

Over 25 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes and 1.7 million people were newly diagnosed in 2012, which means thousands of new patients are being diagnosed daily. If you have just been diagnosed with diabetes, among other aspects of care, it is very important to educate...

Foot Care Tips for Florida’s Senior Citizens
Foot Care Tips for Florida’s Senior Citizens

Senior foot care is a large part of our podiatry practice, and it is a concern for podiatry patients everywhere, not just in South Florida. Educating seniors about taking care of their feet is very important. We try to send the message that seeking medical attention before a problem worsens...

How Do Diabetic Shoes Help Prevent Foot Ulcers?
How Do Diabetic Shoes Help Prevent Foot Ulcers?

Patients with diabetes already know that they must do everything possible to protect their feet. A new study confirms that even minor lesions can create the risk for more severe foot wounds.  Additionally, one foot ulcer is very likely to lead to another. Wearing the proper footwear like diabetic shoes...

What are the Symptoms of Diabetic Nerve Pain?
What are the Symptoms of Diabetic Nerve Pain?

Diabetic neuropathy is nerve damage as a result of diabetes. High blood sugar causes damage to the nerve fibers throughout the body. There are four different types that occur, depending on the location of the nerves. Diabetic proximal neuropathy, also called radiculoplexus neuropathy or diabetic amyotrophy affects the ends of...

How to Care for Diabetic Feet
How to Care for Diabetic Feet

If you have diabetes, you are likely familiar with how important it is to take care of your feet. In addition to controlling sugar levels, monitoring and caring for your feet is one of the top concerns for patients. Taking care of your feet and monitoring them on a daily...

Causes & Treatments for Diabetic Nerve Pain
Causes & Treatments for Diabetic Nerve Pain

What is diabetic nerve pain? Diabetic nerve pain, also referred to as diabetic neuropathy, occurs when nerves are damaged as a result of high blood sugar levels resulting from diabetes. This condition often affects the feet and extremities. Symptoms include tingling and numbness in the feet and toes accompanied by...

The Dangers of Diabetic Foot Neuropathy: Avoiding Charcot Foot Deformity
The Dangers of Diabetic Foot Neuropathy: Avoiding Charcot Foot Deformity

If you or a loved one has diabetes or foot neuropathy, caring for the patient’s feet is of paramount importance. Conditions like Charcot foot and other complications can arise for patients who do not maintain frequent visits to their podiatrist. Caring for the feet includes preventative measures that can help...

Common Diabetic Foot Problems
Common Diabetic Foot Problems

Are you suffering from diabetes? Many diabetic problems start out in the feet, so even if you do not feel any pain or discomfort, check your feet for the following common diabetic foot problems daily and be sure to seek treatment for diabetic foot conditions when they occur. Athlete’s Foot:...

Common Diabetic Foot Problems: Prevention and Treatment
Common Diabetic Foot Problems: Prevention and Treatment

Foot problems are common ailments in people diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetic neuropathy and peripheral vascular disease are two causes of diabetic foot problems.  If you have been diagnosed with diabetes and are experiencing any of these symptoms, you should consult your doctor or podiatrist for treatment options and tips on...

Diabetic Foot Care Tips
Diabetic Foot Care Tips

Approximately three-quarters of all diabetic-related amputations are preceded by chronic diabetic foot ulcers. Preventing or treating chronic diabetic foot ulcers can lead to a good chance of avoiding loss of your toes, foot or leg. Causes & Effects of Diabetic Neuropathy Your feet need extra careful attention when you have...

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Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Benefits Outweigh Risks
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Benefits Outweigh Risks

Platelet rich plasma therapy  is a relatively new form of treatment that can help speed up healing from injuries involving the muscles, ligaments, and tissues. Since the PRP injection is made from your own blood, risks and side effects are minimized; there is no chance of your body rejecting it,...

When to Seek Medical Attention for a Sports Injury
When to Seek Medical Attention for a Sports Injury

How do you know when a sports injury requires medical attention? By rule of thumb, when in doubt, certainly seek medical treatment as soon as possible. Many injuries can get worse if not treated correctly, so to be safe, always seek medical treatment if you injure yourself. That being said,...

What Kind of Exercises Help with Plantar Fasciitis?
What Kind of Exercises Help with Plantar Fasciitis?

When the tissues and ligaments of your foot – between your heel and the ball of your foot – get strained or stretched in the wrong way, it can cause a lot of pain and a condition called plantar fasciitis. There are different treatment options for plantar fasciitis, but one...

Are You Part of the 80% of Runners with Foot Injuries?
Are You Part of the 80% of Runners with Foot Injuries?

We know that you run because you love it, so we want to help you prevent foot and ankle injuries that can sideline you and keep you from your love of running. It is estimated that nearly 80% of runners will experience an injury as a result of running. Most...

What Is PRP Treatment and Who Is It For?
What Is PRP Treatment and Who Is It For?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment is a revolutionary new treatment used to heal injuries that are chronic and often sports-related. You may have heard about this groundbreaking treatment option in the news because many famous athletes, such as Metta World Peace, have had PRP therapy to repair chronic injuries and...

Common Sports-Related Injuries of the Foot & Ankle
Common Sports-Related Injuries of the Foot & Ankle

No one ever said that playing sports is easy on your body, but the fun of the competition and love of the game keeps athletes going. Today we are highlighting some of the common sports injuries that afflict the feet and the ankles. If you are experiencing any of these...

What is a Repetitive Stress Injury?
What is a Repetitive Stress Injury?

A repetitive stress injury is something that can be avoided by taking the proper steps when you begin a new exercise routine or start a new sport. Repetitive stress injury is also known as an overuse injury. It happens when you do not gradually increase your activity level and end up...

What will be the Best Running Shoes in 2014? Trends for Top Running Shoes
What will be the Best Running Shoes in 2014? Trends for Top Running Shoes

Do you need to replace your old running shoes? The running experts at Competition.com answered the questions about the best running shoes for 2014 in a recent article. This runner’s source says that the minimalist trend in running shoes is fading out and making way for ‘Maximalism’. We take a...

What is a Navicular Stress Fracture?
What is a Navicular Stress Fracture?

What is a navicular stress fracture? The navicular bone is one of the tarsal bones near the ankle at the top of the arch of the foot. A stress fracture of this bone is a common foot fracture in athletes that participate in high impact activities such as sprinting, jumping,...

Sports Safety For Kids Means Educating Them Not to ‘Play Through Pain’
Sports Safety For Kids Means Educating Them Not to ‘Play Through Pain’

A recent study of kids’ sports injuries statistics showed an alarmingly high rate of injury among children who play sports. Awareness about safety in sports for kids stretches among kids, parents, teachers, and coaches. Not surprisingly, one of the main sports injury prevention techniques is teaching kids not to ‘play...