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Message Number 259692
Re: Waiting View Thread
Posted by Julie on 8/14/09 at 08:24


I've been following this discussion with interest, and would like to contribute the following. It's by a lady called Michele Hanson, who writes a column about what it's like to be old for The Guardian. I'd have posted a link if there was one, but there isn't, so I've typed it out.

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American Republicans opposed to Barack Obama’s introduction of health-care reforms have been bad-mouthing our NHS. How dare they? The NHS is one of my main reasons for thanking heaven I was born here, where I know that whatever my income, our health system will look after me.

It’s not perfect – no organization of that size could be, it’s bound to make mistakes But I don’t know where I’d be without it. Probably dead. I have a thyroid condition, and every day for the last 30 years I’ve had free medication, like thousands of others with ongoing conditions: diabetes, epilepsy, cancer. What happens to the 43 million people in the US who can’t afford to pay for such things? Must they live a miserable, painful, debilitated llife and die early?

My mother was cared for until she was 98 – without charges – through pneumonia, stroke, angina, arthritis and a broken back. She was even fitted with new false teeth at 97 by a dentist who came to our house to treat her even though we all knew the grim reaper was nearly at the door. So those Republican claims that our elderly cannot receive certain treatments are fibs, or at least grossly exaggerated. The over-59s are not refused heart surgery. One of my friends, aged 70, has recently had a stent fitted; another, also 70 is about to have a valve replacement. And last year, at 66, I had two cataracts removed.

For decades my family and friends have been in and out of our local hospital accident and emergency units like yo-yos, with our strokes, broken ankles, broken back, fishbones stuck in throats, x-rays, blood tests, scans, check-ups; and we’re all still alive and healthy.

What would have happened to us in the US had we not been able to afford insurance? I dread to think. I don’t understand the Republicans. Do they want the poor to be dropping like flies? Or are they all insurers? Republicans brag that their cancer treatment is better than ours. So it is, but presumably only for the wealthy.

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Message Number 259683

Re: Dang Les Paul passed away! View Thread
Posted by Rick R on 8/13/09 at 17:58

Bumber, talk about an impact on society. I'll have to call my best freind who I am sure is in mourning, presuming the pony express made it to his
hill.

Ever hear of Lakeland Bases? He's the 'land' part. Dan Lakin (I think) was the marketing and finance dude and Hugh was the master craftsman. Now he's growing hops in Paonia Co. and building a few custom guitars here and there. If you ever heard of Paonia ....bad girl stop that stuf... isn't good for you unless of course you have cataracts! Joe Cocker lives about 8 miles from there.

Rick

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Message Number 258317

Re: Iran View Thread
Posted by wendyn on 6/22/09 at 22:02

John it's hard to fit that all on CNN ...what with all the really important headlines today about John and Kate (plus 8), Chris Brown, Farah Fawcette and Tyra (Tara?) Banks. Seriously - some of the headlines lately on CNN just blow my mind. This is important...how?

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Message Number 256806

Re: Dr. opinions on cryosurgery / alcohol injections for Morton's Neuroma View Thread
Posted by Dr. Z on 4/10/09 at 13:48

Hi

I agree with Dr. Wander. 4% alcohol injections can help you reduce or remove your neuroma pain. ( very high sucess rate) It does take multiple injections along with proper shoe and weight dispersement padding. You need to pad the area to move the weight away from the metataral heads. This is very important and in my opinion must be done along with the 4% alcohol injections.
If you have a true neuroma, which is a thickening of the nerve then the results are going to be harder if not impossible to achieve. You will only know after starting the padding along with injections. I have a neuroma in my left foot and before I did any type of traeatment I changed to a wider SHOE. and now I am painful free 25 years. Still must watch my shoe type Good luck

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Message Number 253971

Re: More proof of hamas using human shields- interesting View Thread
Posted by Dr. Z on 1/13/09 at 15:47


by Melanie Phillips What other country would, for showing such unparalleled moral scrupulousness, be vilified and libeled as Israel is?

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And so now begins the second and most difficult stage. Inside Israel, there is both determination and dread as tens of thousands of Israel's conscript army are called to the front. Untold numbers of these soldiers will lose their lives as the result not merely of the genocidal aims of Hamas (and its Iranian puppet-master), but also the indifference and pusillanimity towards Palestinian terror displayed by world governments over the past six decades of Israel's fight for survival, along with the active encouragement of genocidal Islamists by leftists, Jew-haters, Muslims and useful idiots who were on such thuggish display yesterday in the co-ordinated demonstrations in British and other western cities.

Such people have made no protest at the bombardment of Israeli towns by more than 6000 rockets in the past six years, deliberately targeting innocent civilians. They have made no protest at the way Hamas has used Gazan civilians as human shields, situating its murderous arsenals beneath apartment blocks, in schools and hospitals and mosques in order to maximize the numbers of civilians killed (in order to manipulate all-too pliable western opinion). No, their protest only starts when Israel finally takes the military action aimed at stopping this genocidal barrage.

The worst thing is the moral inversion, in which the murderous victimization of innocent Israelis is ignored while their murderers are described as 'civilians' when they are finally killed by the Israelis -- who are demonstrably taking care to avoid civilian casualties wherever possible. Tragically, civilians always die in wars; and unfortunately there will undoubtedly be more civilian casualties in Gaza -- along with deaths among Israeli troops -- as the war goes on. But the frenzied misrepresentations, double standards and moral inversion fuelling a hysteria in the west which in turn can only incite more genocidal violence are simply depraved.

Particularly striking in its malice is the way in which the treatment of wounded Palestinians in Israeli hospitals is ignored -- while news of the barbaric behavior of Hamas in Gaza's hospitals is airbrushed out of the picture. At WSJ's Opinion Journal, James Taranto noted that a report of this scene in a Gaza hospital briefly appeared in the New York Times a couple of days ago:

Armed Hamas militants in civilian clothes roamed the halls. Asked their function, they said it was to provide security. But there was internal bloodletting under way. In the fourth-floor orthopaedic section, a woman in her late 20s asked a militant to let her see Saleh Hajoj, her 32-year-old husband. She was turned away and left the hospital. Fifteen minutes later, Mr. Hajoj was carried out by young men pretending to transfer him to another ward. As he lay on the stretcher, he was shot in the left side of the head. Mr. Hajoj, like five others killed at the hospital this way in 24 hours, [my emphasis] was accused of collaboration with Israel. He had been in the central prison awaiting trial by Hamas judges; when Israel destroyed the prison on Sunday he and the others were transferred to the hospital. But their trials were short-circuited...

You won't find that passage now on the New York Times website because, soon after it appeared, it unaccountably vanished into the ether. Nor will many in Britain or the west be aware of this:

Dozens of Gaza Arabs are being treated in Ashkelon's Barzilai Hospital at the same time terrorists are bombarding the city. The medical facility, the largest on the southern coast, is in the line of rocket fire, and medical staff often have to stop caring for patients and run for cover during air raid warnings. The 500-bed Barzilai Hospital has close ties with Gaza City's Shifa Hospital, Barzilai deputy director Dr. Ron Lobel told the Associated Press. 'It might seem completely absurd, but we have the privilege to be doctors. Our medical ethics do not distinguish between patients. We treat whoever needs to be treated,' he said One Gaza Arab woman refused to identify herself to AP [Associated Press] because of fear of retribution by terrorists if it were known that her two-month-old granddaughter is being treated in an Israeli hospital. 'I am very sad and hurt. We want peace, not war,' she said as Israel began retaliating after hundreds of Arab rocket and mortar attacks, some of them lethal.

The moral inversion in the west is so egregious, so monstrous, that the better Israel is shown to behave the worse the vilification that rains down upon it. What other country in the world would show such restraint in the face of more than 6000 rocket attacks upon its citizens -- 6000! -- that it took seven years before going to war to put a stop to it?

What other country would treat individuals -- including proven terrorists -- from that enemy territory in its own hospitals?

What other country would continue to provide essential foodstuffs and other supplies to those enemies who continued to fire rockets at it?

What other country, when finally forced to go to war to stop the attacks, would show such concern to avoid the loss of civilian life that it contacts the population in enemy territory -- even households containing identified terrorists -- to warn them to flee from the imminent bombardment?

And what other country would, for showing such unparalleled moral scrupulousness, be vilified and libeled as Israel is?


This conflict is revealing just who is on the side of morality, decency and sanity and who is not.

Israel's behavior is moral, legal and proportionate. This conflict is revealing just who is on the side of morality, decency and sanity and who is not. The President of the Czech Republic, who is also the incoming president of the EU, has emerged in the former camp, declaring stoutly that Israel's behavior is both just and necessary. France's president Sarkozy, however, has called upon both sides to stop hostilities -- a moral equivalence which effectively gives Hamas victory by requiring Israel to abandon the defense of its citizens. Similarly in Britain, Foreign Secretary David Miliband has repeated his call for an immediate cease-fire -- while Prime Minister Gordon Brown, has apparently complained to Israel's Prime Minister Olmert that 'too many' people have died.

Would that be, perhaps, too many Hamas terrorists who have died? Would Brown have preferred that more of them continued to live so that they could carry on murdering more Israelis?

In startling contrast Farid Ghadry, President of the Reform Party of Syria, has written:

We Arabs must be the ones to stop Hamas and Hizbullah, rather than support their demonic and twisted logic of resisting development, enlightenment, and progress of the region. Even when development and enlightenment stare them in the face, their instinct is to destroy them pretending to safeguard their honor, the mechanics of which supersede all else including a happy life of fulfillment and accomplishments. So while we abhor violence of all kind, Israel's campaign against Hamas must continue to the bitter end not only for the sake of peace but also to help Arabs realize they have a choice: Destroy like Gaza or develop like Dubai. Will this happen soon? Maybe not, but if a wake-up call and a nudge, once in a while, to pierce through the fog of deceit perpetrated by Syria and Iran is what it takes to see the light, then we stand by the West and Israel in the only hope that an Arab Renaissance in the Levant may actually have a chance of resurrection.

Alas, many in the west don't stand with Farid Ghadry. They stand instead with Hamas. Whatever platitudes they mouth, it is clear that they really don't want Israel to survive at all. The moral dividing line in this battle is very clear. Those who stand with Israel are on the side of morality, justice, and civilization. Those in the media and public life who denounce Israel for having the temerity to defend its people are the fellow-travelers of barbarism. Having done so much to embolden and strengthen Hamas and Iran, who are playing them for suckers, they are continuing to stoke the fires of irrational hatred and genocidal hysteria. As Israeli soldiers die, along with the Palestinian victims of Hamas whether as 'collaborators' or human shields, their blood will be on these hypocritical western hands

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Message Number 251275

Ohio rules in favor of voters! View Thread
Posted by marie:) on 10/17/08 at 21:59

Every major election the GOP gripe about Acorn and use this organization to supress would be Democratic voters. Personally I wish ACORN would develop better voter registration process and stop paying their hired staff....some 13,000 + people by each registration form. There has to be a better way. That process leads to fraudulant registrations for cash. Acorn is very good at turning in anyone who fraudulantly registers Mickey Mouse. I agree. I think they should be charged and fined and if necessary sent to jail.

To Acorn's credit they divide each of these registrations into 3 categories........definite, probable and impossible registrations. By law they must file each registaration......including the ones in the 'impossible' category. For the most part these registration forms never make it through the process but every election cycle the GOP sends out their lawyers to challenge the legitamacy of all 3 categorized registration forms and in the end people in the definite and probable file are denied their legal right to vote. Where do they do this..........in primarily poor urban areas known to support Democrats. Since 04 many states now have voter PHOTO ID requirements preventing Mickey Mouse from voting. It was at the insistance of the GOP in those states that these photo id laws be put in place to prevent voter fraud........and they're still trying to deny folks the right to vote. LOL. I would like to see the pollster's face when the mouse walks up with their photo id. ;) Unlike some Democrats I fully support the voter photo id law! For the first time a Democratic candidate is ready for them well in advance. I'm impressed.

http://www.freep.com/article/20081017/NEWS15/81017065
In the past, some of ACORN’s workers – who are paid by the hour to register voters – have been convicted of falsifying voter registration cards. ACORN acknowledged that some workers skirt responsibilities by falsifying cards but the organization maintains that it double-checks cards before turning them in. When it finds suspicious ones, it flags them for election officials – though still turns them in – and fires workers caught falsifying cards.

“They’ve done a much better job of weeding out the stuff that shouldn’t be there,” said Lynnette Hagen, a deputy clerk in Saginaw, who said maybe as many as 5% of the 2,500 or so registrations ACORN has turned in there might be bad. They catch the ones that are bad, she said – and while it’s possible that a false one might get through, it’s unlikely someone is going to purposely show up at the polls and try to vote under it, especially when he or she is going to be asked to produce identification.

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Today Ohio won. Americans will vote.........unfortunately Acorn is in the midst of death threats, vandalism, hostile emails many containing racial slurs.

http://www.miamiherald.com/news/politics/AP/story/730941.html
On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court overruled an attempt by Republicans to challenge the validity of 200,000 voter registrations in Ohio, saying that the party lacked the standing to sue.

The Republicans had sued to force Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner, a Democrat, to provide county election officials with lists of registrants whose personal information did not exactly match Social Security or driver's license data, a step that would leave those voters vulnerable to eligibility challenges.

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Message Number 249408

660 and 940 nm l.e.d. vs coherent lasers View Thread
Posted by D. Michael on 8/19/08 at 18:33

Light Energy Company, Inc. (www.lightenergycompany.com)has been manufacturing and distributing non-coherent l.e.d. products for over 25 years, and studies have shown the 660nm wavelength to elicit the greatest cellular response of all the 1500 wavelengths of natural sunlight.

Second to 660nm, is Infrared at 940nm which uses infrared heat to penetrate deep into tissues and force out unhealthy toxins in a person's body - especially in the fat cells where heavy metals and other chemicals that normally don't purge out through sweat in a conventional sauna or steam room.

Non-coherent l.e.d.'s do not have the same risk as coherent lasers, and l.e.d. units are being used to treat Macular Degeneration, early stage Cataracts, and Glaucoma. Harry T. Whelan, M.D., a Pediatric Neurologist at the University of Wisconsin Medical Center and teaches at the University of Wisconsin Medical College. Dr. Whelan is using red l.e.d's to treat cancer and other tumors with impressive results.

Lasers, on the other hand, carry a risk of such disastrous side effects as blindness and permanent tissue damage and should never be used by a non-licenced medical practitioner. The coherent beam from a laser when it is applied to the temples of the skull can even damage the optic nerve and cause blindness and other severe problems.

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Message Number 249087

Help with failed tts decompression View Thread
Posted by Denise M on 8/10/08 at 17:59

I had taral tunnel release surgery on 6/25, was in a cast for about 2 week then cam boot. I was eventually sent to pt for 3 weeks,however, my foot and ankle got worse, shooting electrical pains in ankle and every time I try to stand on my heel I get sharp electric pains in heel besides the regular pain in the ankle area. I still have a calf mussel that's sunken in and my toes are not bending properly, additionally, my heel is so tight I can't bend my foot properly. I went Friday to Dr, 6 weeks post surgery, and he says 'go back to work next week' (I'm a waitress) and I told him no way I can do that they will fire me cause I won't be able to do my job properly, hey I can barley walk , he says 'oh well you have to do what you have to do.' Then he tells me there's nothing more he can do for me, maybe I need more surgeries, maybe there's scar tissue, maybe I need more shots, go get a 2nd opinion that maybe someone else can help me, and gives me an Rx for some creme...now I'm crying and he says that he has done all he can and in his opinion I will most likely not get better from the progress so far and refuses to even look me in the eye, just looking at the chart... WHAT? Is he kidding me, he is dismissing me as a patient and not caring for me anymore? He reluctantly gives me a rx for 2 more weeks of PT and that's only because his office submitted my disability papers that gave me till 8/25. On the way out of the office I call him over and suggest nerve med's and he says ok and writes an Rx for Lyrica. PT told me that there is no improvement and that they need to work on me for longer.
Is this normal? to just dismiss me like this? isn't he responsible to follow me and take care of complications. I am on disability and he says 'they keep track of this' yea, and? so what? what does that have to do with me and my pain? I told him I don't care about that and is that why he's doing this, he said no he's doing it cause he can't do anything else and he can't keep me on disability forever..hey, I never asked for that. He wrote me a note to go back 8/25 for light duty and sent me on my way, yeah right, like waitressing is light duty...I can't walk so well, am in lots of pain, don't have proper balance and know there is NO WAY I can waitress. I want my old life back but this is just ridiculous. He said 'go back, you won't injure anything.'
I called another Podiatrist in my area and have an appt on Wed cause quite frankly I don't know what else to do. I wish I never had this surgery!!!!!!!!!!
Should I see another foot doctor? neurologist? orthopedic surgeon? Why would he just try to get rid of me? I'm 49 years old and not faking or trying to get out of work, I don't understand. The PT also said they don't understand his way of thinking. I was never told that it could get worse, only that there was a chance that it wouldn't work.
Any suggestions at all will be greatly appreciated:)

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Message Number 245592

Dr. Ed - Hyaluronidase View Thread
Posted by Dee on 4/08/08 at 12:48

Dr. Ed:

Apparently Wydase is not available in Canada. Is Vitrase the same product?

The information below is from http://www.ophmanagement.com/article.aspx?article=86107.

Vitrase Approved as Spreading Agent
The Drug Is a Replacement for Discontinued Wydase.
ISTA Pharmaceuticals has received FDA approval to market lyophilized ovine hyaluronidase for injection (Vitrase) for use as a spreading agent for injectable anesthesia in ophthalmic surgery. The approval is considered highly significant because no commercial spreading agent has been available to surgeons since Wyeth-Ayerst Labs discontinued production of its Wydase product in 2001.
'We believe that Vitrase represents an improvement over Wydase because it's derived from sheep, which avoids disease transmission concerns that arise periodically regarding bovine tissue,' says Tom Mitro, vice president of sales and marketing for ISTA. 'Another advantage of Vitrase over Wydase is that it's preservative-free, whereas Wydase contained thimerosal.'
For reasons having to do with ISTA's original drug development model, the initial approval covers only a Vitrase vial that contains 6,200 units in wafer form that must be reconstituted. ISTA intends to distribute these vials to surgeons only as samples later in the year.
However, the company believes that, pending submission of a supplemental New Drug Application and FDA review, a single-dose vial of 150 units could be approved before year's end, opening the door for full-scale commercialization.
When Wydase was discontinued, it literally sent shock waves through the ophthalmic community. This was because the drug had been so widely used in cataract surgery and other intraocular procedures. The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) estimated that Wydase had been used in approximately 750,000 ophthalmic surgical procedures in 1999.
The AAO considered the withdrawal of Wydase from the marketplace so important that it formed a task force to evaluate the use of Wydase and the impact of its disappearance. The panel cited reports that the absence of hyaluronidase produced longer anesthetic dissemination time, greater orbital swelling, and even strabismus. The task force was unanimous in asserting that injectable anesthetics, while important for globe fixation and patient comfort, couldn't be administered as safely and effectively without Wydase.
After the discontinuation of Wydase, surgeons stretched their remaining supplies of the drug by reducing the concentration used in each procedure, or turned to compounding pharmacies. Many surgeons began to rely on topical anesthesia and/or sub-Tenon's blocks.

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Message Number 241905

Re: high arched feet with PF and metatarsalgia View Thread
Posted by Jeremy L, C Ped on 1/13/08 at 08:27

I'll answer these as best I can:

1. Arch size is typically not measured, except by last makers. The last is the resin form of a foot that the upper of the shoe is pulled around during manufacture, in order to achieve the finished shape. Most experienced and knowledgeable fitters can look at a foot, and determine what last shape will best match the individual. This includes arch height and volume, plus heel and forefoot volume.

2. As far as the flex point, think about your own foot. The key area for your foot to bend in propulsion is across the ball joints. The further the shoe bends back into the arch space, the worse it will feel for your metarasalgia.

3. A shank is a supportive piece placed into the arch area of the soling, in order to control how much twist the shoe allows as well as isolate the forefoot flex position. In the past these were usually made of steel; today they also include graphite, TPU, and compressed tuck boards. The Volare Retro has no support mechanism in the midfoot, so the shoe has excess twist and has a tendency to flex squarely in the middle of the arch (not the ball of the foot). The Volare III (as well as the other athletic models I listed) all have some type of TPU shanking, with the Volare III having the most solid.

4. You and I must have completely opposite definitions of 'sturdy'. While I will agree that the upper of the Volare Retro may 'feel' more intimate and supportive, the soling structure is completely lacking. The Volare III is one of the most supportive shoes in the athletic cushioning category, based on it's mid to rearfoot sole construction.

Best wishes for you.


4.

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Message Number 239535

Re: Tarsal Tunnel Release Surgery Complications View Thread
Posted by Tara W on 11/16/07 at 04:13

Dr. Goldstein
I am researching having tarsal tunnel release and I have a few questions. Here is my situation and problems first. I am 21 year old with Crohn's disease. I have kidney problems and now tarsal tunnel. I have had heel pain for 4 years now and have done cortisone shots for 2 years. The cortisone is not taking affect anymore. I can not take oral medications due to my crohn's disease. I am having a EMG done on Monday but the doctor that I have seen (the second) tells me that I need tarsal tunnel release because there are not much more he can do with me considering my crohn's. He also said something about cutting my calf muscle because it is pulling. I am just looking for some other advice and discovered this website, so if you have any please share. Other than that my major concerns are that I will have worse pain after than before, due to scar tissue or just the surgery in general. My best friend had a tumor removed from her ankel and the surgery from that caused tarsal tunnel syndrome. She then had to go back in and have the release done but it damaged the nerve even more and she has pain clear up to her knee now. She has no other options left other than living with the severe pain and the only things that tend to help that she has not wore out yet is compound creams and strong meds such as morphine. I do not want to end up like her. What are my chances?

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Message Number 239292

to jeremy about walking shoes View Thread
Posted by eric on 11/10/07 at 06:46

Hello Jeremy

I asked you this summer about shoes. I need a shoe with much depth and (because of my thick inlegs) also broad shanked shoes.

I found one that works really good, Adidas Supernova Control. It is
perfect in combining with my inlegs as more pronation control shoes becomes to agressive.

Now I am looking for a good shoe for the winter, more of a walking shoe as they normally are made of leather.

I tried Saucony Omni Walker and also Asics Odyssey. Both feel ok, but the last is semi-curved which I dont fits me flat and very instable feet.

Are there other walking shoes that can be similar to my adidas shoes?
Many walking shoes (like Asicas barranca) becomes to aggressive togehter with my inlegs. The walking feels very stiff, with no flexibility. I have som plantar fascia problems (mainly pain medially from 1st metastaral back to the boarder betweeen the heel and the medial arch).

Best regards

Eric

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Message Number 235917

Re: Certification View Thread
Posted by Dr. Z on 9/11/07 at 09:01

Dr. Wander,
Do you mean PERFORM surgery on the first visit and not schedule. There are many times patients will come in for an infected ingrown toe nail or painful toe spur that is chronic without previous conservative care and procedures are scheduled. I had my Cataract scheduled on the first visti per my request

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Message Number 235077

Re: anyone... someone...this is my big reach out to the people at heelspurs.com View Thread
Posted by Kevin L on 8/28/07 at 17:48

Dr DSW
Below are all the Podiatry providers that take my insurance within 30 miles of my zip 11223 (Brooklyn NY) In alphabetical order…then with detailed info address…etc etc..
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Abady, Robert, DPM 1
Abeles, Jay, DPM 11
Abrahamson, Hal, DPM 11
Alfieri, Donna M., DPM 1
Alongi, Maryanne, DPM 11
Amante, Gregory, DPM 5
Amato, Richard, DPM 11
Amico, Susan G., DPM 5
Archer, Jean V., DPM 5
Aronica, Frank R., DPM 5
Asaro, Carlo S., DPM 1
Assini, Joseph, DPM 5
Axman, Wayne R., DPM 11
B
Babayev, Emil, DPM 5
Bagner, Jerome E., DPM 11
Baird, William T., DPM 5
Balboa, Henry M., DPM 11
Barbaro, Thomas, DPM 11
Bar-David, Tzvi, DPM 1
Barkoff, Matthew W., DPM 11
Barkoff, Steven L., DPM 5
Barlizo, Sharon R., DPM 1
Barone, Salvatore A., DPM 5
Barragan, Juan C., DPM 1
Bartol, David M., DPM 5
Bass, Elliot L., DPM 5
Bass, Fara D., DPM 5
Bautista, Debbie P., MD 1
Bayerbach, Frank, DPM 1
Becker, Jack S., DPM 11
Bell, Burt L., DPM 5
Bendeth, Marc L., DPM 11
Benzakein, Ralph, DPM 5
Berlin, Kim, DPM 11
Bienenfeld, Jay D., DPM 5
Biller, Bob S., DPM 11
Bilotti, Mary A., DPM 11
Birch, Gregory M., DPM 5
Bover, Elina, DPM 5
Braun, Suzanne G., DPM 5
Breitman, Debra, DPM 11
Breth, Evan G., DPM 5
Bubbers, Linda A., DPM 11
Buenahora, Joseph A., DPM 11
Burzotta, John L., DPM 11
Bushansky, Abe A., DPM 1, 5
Butters, Marva, DPM 5
Butts, Bryon G., DPM 1
Buxbaum, Frederick D., DPM 5
Buzermanis, Steven Z., DPM 5
C
Caimano, Francis X., DPM 11
Campbell, Andrew, DPM 1
Campbell, Douglas E., DPM 5
Caprioli, Russell, DPM 11
Caprioni, Enrico P., DPM 5
Carlton, Lawrence S., DPM 5
Castillo, Dennis E., DPM 5
Catanese, Dominic J., DPM 1
Charlot, Giznola J., DPM 1, 5
Cheng, Tung W., DPM 6
Chernick, Stephen B., DPM 11
Chionis, Anthony, DPM 1
Chopra, Jaideep, DPM 1, 6
Cicio, Gary, DPM 6
Ciment, Avraham Y., DPM 1
Cohen, Greg E., DPM 6
Cohen, Richard B., DPM 6
Cohen, Robert J., DPM 1, 11
D
Dacher, Jeffrey, DPM 6
D'Amato, Theodore A., DPM 6
D'Angelo, Nicholas A., DPM 6
Daniel, Lawrence B., DPM 6
Davies, Daniel A., DPM 11
Davies, Gregory F., DPM 11
De Bello, John A., DPM 1
DeCicco, John J., DPM 11
DeLeon, Jose L., DPM 1
Dellolio, Joseph A., DPM 1
DeMeo, James R., DPM 6
Dennis, Lester N., DPM 6
DeSantos, Pasquale, DPM 6
Dhandari, Angeleta, DPM 1
Dharia, Sumit S., DPM 6
Dixit, Chaitanya V., DPM 6
Donovan, Glenn J., DPM 6
Dorazi, Stephen T., DPM 6
Dubov, Spencer F., DPM 11
E
Edelstein, Michael C., DPM 1
Ehrlich, Josh C., DPM 6
Einhorn, Jill L., DPM 6
Elsinger, Elisabeth C., DPM 1
F
Fagen, Leonard, DPM 6
Falcone, Jeffrey J., DPM 6
Feldman, Gary B., DPM 11
Ficke, Henry, DPM 6
Finkelstein, Barry I., DPM 1
Fiorenza, Dominic, DPM 11
Fox, Corey, DPM 11
Fox, Roberta A., DPM 11
Frankel, Bruce, DPM 1
Freiser, Mark A., DPM 1
Fridman, Robert, DPM 1
Friedlander, Bruce W., DPM 6
Fuchs, David B., DPM 11
G
Ganjian, Afshin, DPM 6
Garcia, Sandra P., DPM 1
Garofalo, Alfred A., DPM 6
Garofalo, Gail F., DPM 11
Gasparini, Mark C., DPM 11
Gaudino, Salvatore C., DPM 2, 6
Geiger, Arthur, DPM 6
George, Thomas, DPM 2, 6, 11
Gertsik, Vladimir V., DPM 6
Gervasio, Joseph, DPM 11
Giammarino, Philip A., DPM 6
Ginsberg, Steven E., DPM 2
Giordano, Richard S., DPM 2
Gitlin, David, DPM 2
Glockenberg, Aaron, DPM 2, 6
Goez, Emilio A., DPM 2, 11
Goldenberg, Perry Z., DPM 2
Goldman, Gershon A., DPM 6
Goldstein, Harold L., DPM 2
Goldstein, Israel, DPM 7
Golub, Cary M., DPM 12
Gonzalez, Ivan, DPM 7
Goodman, Warren J., DPM 7
Gottlieb, Robert J., DPM 12
Gramuglia, Vincent J., DPM 2
Greenbaum, Bruce R., DPM 7
Greenbaum, Mitchell A., DPM 12
Greiff, Lance, DPM 2, 12
Grossman, Myles, DPM 12
Guberman, Ronald M., DPM 7
Gutierrez, David, DPM 2
Gventer, Mark, DPM 7
H
Habib, Henry, DPM 7
Harris, Carl F., DPM 2
Heller, David P., DPM 7
Herbert, Scott E., DPM 12
Herman, Craig P., DPM 2, 7
Hershey, Paul E., DPM 12
Herzberg, Abraham, DPM 12
Hickey, John, DPM 12
Honore, Lesly S., DPM 12
Horl, Lawrence, DPM 12
Horowitz, Mitchell L., DPM 7, 12
I
Iorio, Anthony R., DPM 2
Irwin, Robert A., DPM 12
Isaacson, Ernest, DPM 2
Ivanovs, Ray, DPM 7
J
Jackalone, John A., DPM 12
Jacobs, Louis W., DPM 2
Jarbath, John A., DPM 7, 12
Joshi, Pradip M., DPM 2
Jusma, Francoise D., DPM 7
K
Kaiser, Craig A., DPM 7
Kapadwala, Imtiyaz I., DPM 7
Karpe, David E., DPM 12
Kashefsky, Helene P., DPM 12
Kasminoff, June G., DPM 12
Katz, Alex S., DPM 7
Katzman, Barry, DPM 7
Kessler, Howard N., DPM 12
Kisberg, Stephen, DPM 12
Kitton, Stuart E., DPM 12
Klein, Michael S., DPM 12
Klirsfeld, Jeffrey S., DPM 12
Knobel, Jeffrey, DPM 7
Kohn, Arlene F., DPM 12
Kolberg, John J., DPM 2, 12
Koslow, Paul M., DPM 12
Kumrah, Praveen, DPM 2
L
Lafferty, William A., DPM 7
Lai, Katherine M., DPM 2
Landau, Laurence D., DPM 12
Landy, Robert J., DPM 2, 12
LaRocca, Albert, DPM 12
Larsen, Joseph A., DPM 12
LaSalle, Michael, DPM 2
Lepore, Frank L., DPM 7
Levine, Stanley, DPM 12
Levitsky, David A., DPM 12
Levitz, Steven J., DPM 7
Levy, Brian K., DPM 7
Levy, Denise A., DPM 2
Levy, Paul J., DPM 2
Liswood, Paul J., DPM 7
Livingston, Douglas W., DPM 12
Livingston, Leon B., DPM 13
Livingston, Michael D., DPM 13
Locastro, Robert M., DPM 2
Lok, Jonat, DPM 2
Lopiano, Steven N., DPM 2
Losyev, Sergey, DPM 7
Lucido, Jeffrey V., DPM 7
Lynn, Brian P., DPM 2, 13
M
Mahgerefteh, David, DPM 7, 13
Makower, Bryan L., DPM 7
Mandato, Mark, DPM 7
Mantzoukas, Argirios, DPM 7
Marcelonis, Debra A., DPM 7
Marchese, Nicholas A., DPM 13
Marville, Jillion, MD 3, 7
Masani, Farhan, DPM 13
Matthews, Frederick, DPM 8
McElgun, Terence M., DPM 13
Mckay, Douglas J., DPM 8
Mcshane, William J., DPM 13
Meliso, Vincent D., DPM 8
Meller, Edward P., DPM 8
Meshnick, Joel A., DPM 8, 13
Micallef, Joseph, DPM 8, 13
Moazen, Ali, DPM 13
Mollica, Peter W., DPM 8
Mollica, Raymond J., DPM 8
Montag, Richard M., DPM 13
Montalvo, Luis, DPM 8
Morreale, Edward, DPM 8
N
Nachmann, Dennis S., DPM 3
Naik, Hetal B., DPM 8
Nekritin, Vadim, DPM 8
Nester, Elizabeth M., DPM 13
Nester, Matthew J., DPM 13
Newmark, Alan J., DPM 8
Nezaria, Yehuda, DPM 13
Novofastovsky, Raisa, DPM 8
O
Odinsky, Michael E., DPM 8
Odinsky, Wayne Z., DPM 13
Oliva, Imelda A., DPM 3, 8
Orlando, Anthony, DPM 8
Oropall, Robert, DPM 3
Owusu, Stephen E., DPM 8
P
Pace, George N., DPM 8
Pace, John F., DPM 8
Pannell, Richard, DPM 3
Papa, Philip M., DPM 8
Passik, Arthur L., DPM 8
Pawson, John F., DPM 8
Pecora, Maria, DPM 8
Pedro, Helder F., DPM 8, 13
Perez, Walter H., DPM 8
Peterson, Donald T., DPM 13
Pierre, Nadja M., DPM 8
Pierre, Nedjie, DPM 9
Plotka, Steven D., DPM 3
Posner, Jonathan, DPM 3
Prince, Steven L., DPM 9, 13
Purvin, Jay M., DPM 13
R
Rabiei, Payman, DPM 9
Radler, Bruce L., DPM 9
Rampino, Robert, DPM 3
Ransom, Sherry M., DPM 3
Raskin, Simon, DPM 9
Reifer, Howard J., DPM 9
Richardson, Hugh L., DPM 13
Richman, Tara, DPM 3
Romano, Constance A., DPM 9
Rosen, Alan J., DPM 9
Ross, Charles F., DPM 3
S
Saadvandi, Terence M., DPM 9
Sande, Hervey, DPM 9
Scheiner, David M., DPM 9
Schikman, Lana, DPM 9
Schneidermesser, Susan G., DPM 9
Schulman, Leonard B., DPM 3
Scotti, Lorenzo, DPM 3
Shapiro, Eugene, DPM 9
Shechter, David Z., DPM 9
Shechter, Stuart B., DPM 9
Sherman, Gary, DPM 9
Silberstein, Jeffrey, DPM 9
Silverstein, Alan B., DPM 9
Snyder, Robert S., DPM 3
Spector, Donald, DPM 3
Spellman, Dean S., DPM 3
Spielfogel, William D., DPM 9
Spilken, Terry, DPM 3
Spindler, Harlan, DPM 9
Stanimirov, Catherine, DPM 9
Steiner, Richard M., DPM 3, 9
Stern, Stuart M., DPM 3
Strassman, David, DPM 3
Strassman, Lawrence, DPM 3
Stuto, Joseph C., DPM 9
T
Tabari, Issac, DPM 3
Tajerstein, Alan R., DPM 9
Tanenbaum, Mark, DPM 9
Tartack, Ira, DPM 9
Tavroff, Clifford D., DPM 9
Thompson, Michael, DPM 3
Trepal, Michael J., DPM 9
Trivlis, Maryann Z., DPM 9
U
Unger, Leslie M., DPM 9
V
Vader, Bonnie, DPM 9
Velasco, Debra, DPM 3
Vincetic, Anto, DPM 3
Vitale, Thomas, DPM 3
W
Waiss, Samuel M., DPM 9
Wallach, Jacob B., DPM 9
Walter, Eric G., DPM 3
Wexler, Craig, DPM 3
Winston, Wayne, DPM 4
Wolstein, Lewis, DPM 4
Wolstein, Peter D., DPM 4
Woltman, Robert T., DPM 4, 10
Z
Zonenashvili, Merabi, DPM 10
Zwiebel, Neil S., DPM 10

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Abady, Robert, DPM
181172P
731 White Plains Rd
Bronx, NY 10473
(718) 589-8324
181173P
Burnside Medical Center
165 E Burnside Ave
Bronx, NY 10453
(718) 563-0003
St Barnabas Hospital
Alfieri, Donna M., DPM
37006P
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Bronx, NY 10466
(718) 325-6487
Mount Vernon Hospital, Our
Lady of Mercy Medical Center
Asaro, Carlo S., DPM
37182P
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Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 918-7224
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Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 519-3589
Jacobi Medical Center, North
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Bar-David, Tzvi, DPM
36919P
3616 Henry Hudson Pkwy E
Bronx, NY 10463
(718) 548-5757
Columbia-Presbyterian
Medical Center
Speaks HebrewSpanish
Barlizo, Sharon R., DPM
357781P
HHC-Lincoln M&MH Center
234 E 149th St
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(718) 579-4900
Lincoln Medical & Mental
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Speaks FrenchSpanish
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36954P
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Bronx, NY 10473
(718) 589-8324
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216992P
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(718) 430-6066
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2371 Arthur Ave
Bronx, NY 10458
(718) 364-6199
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Good Samaritan Hospital,
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SpanishGermanItalian
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368478P
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Bronx, NY 10453
(718) 960-5616
368491P
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Bronx, NY 10453
(718) 294-5000
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Hospital
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349336P
421 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10455
(718) 401-3668
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Speaks Spanish
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36957P
St. Barnabas Hospital
4422 3rd Ave
Bronx, NY 10457
(718) 960-9000
56967P
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(718) 960-1780
56972P
Bronx Park Medical Pavill
2016 Bronxdale Ave
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(718) 863-8695
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37141P
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1695 Eastchester Rd
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Albert Einstein College of
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Charlot, Giznola J., DPM
357878P
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357880P
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(718) 519-2108
Jacobi Medical Center, Kings
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54771P
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(718) 892-5542
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Speaks Greek, Modern
(1453-)
Chopra, Jaideep, DPM
284748P
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(718) 792-1100
Staten Island University
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Speaks Hindi
Ciment, Avraham Y., DPM
351611P
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351618P
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351628P
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Our Lady of Mercy Medical
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Our Lady of Mercy Medical
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(718) 365-6363
Montefiore Med Ctr (Henry &
Lucy Moses Div), Mount Sinai
Hospital of Queens, North
Shore University Hospital, Our
Lady of Mercy Medical Center,
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Speaks Spanish
DeLeon, Jose L., DPM
179943P
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(718) 933-1900
37252P
2111 Williamsbridge Rd
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 828-6060
Our Lady of Mercy Medical
Center
Speaks Spanish
Dellolio, Joseph A., DPM
38329P
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(718) 994-7054
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Lady of Mercy Medical Center,
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Speaks Spanish
Dhandari, Angeleta, DPM
116473P
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116482P
Jacobi Medical Center
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Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 918-5700
Jacobi Medical Center, North
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178750P
3224 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10458
(718) 561-0041
Our Lady of Mercy Medical
Center
Speaks Spanish
Elsinger, Elisabeth C.,
DPM
37257P
MAP-Dept of Ortho Sgy
3400 Bainbridge Ave
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 920-2060
Montefiore Med Ctr (Henry &
Lucy Moses Div)
Speaks German
Finkelstein, Barry I.,
DPM
169233P
3327 Bainbridge Ave
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 881-7990
194335P
NY Podiatry & Foot Surg
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Bronx, NY 10469
(718) 881-7990
227755P
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(718) 798-1000
Montefiore Med Ctr (Jack D
Weiler Hosp of A Einst), United
Hospital Medical Center (NY)
Speaks HebrewYiddish
Frankel, Bruce, DPM
200374P
Lincoln Medical & Mental
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center
Freiser, Mark A., DPM
36628P
Bronx Footcare
421 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10455
(718) 292-5045
New York Westchester Square
Medical Center, Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center, St
Barnabas Hospital
Speaks SpanishFrench
Fridman, Robert, DPM
351650P
3616 Henry Hudson Pkwy
Bronx, NY 10463
(718) 548-5757
Columbia-Presbyterian
Medical Center
Garcia, Sandra P., DPM
353857P
Happy Feet
953 Southern Blvd
Bronx, NY 10459
(718) 542-0472
Board Certified
Male Female
Wheelchair Accessible
353859P
Uptown Healthcare Mgmt In
930 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10460
(718) 860-1111
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Speaks Spanish
Gaudino, Salvatore C.,
DPM
37096P
71 Metropolitan Oval
Bronx, NY 10462
(718) 829-6436
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Hospital Center
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197631P
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Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 792-8115
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Med Ctr., New York
Westchester Square Medical
Center
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132102P
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Bronx, NY 10458
(718) 365-4141
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Brooklyn, St Joseph's Hospital
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Giordano, Richard S.,
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36494P
1217 Castle Hill Ave
Bronx, NY 10462
(718) 828-6982
Northern Westchester Hospital
Center, Our Lady of Mercy
Medical Center
Gitlin, David, DPM
379153P
HHC-Lincoln M&MH Center
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
Metropolitan Hospital Center
Glockenberg, Aaron,
DPM
201399P
Lincoln Med & Mental Hlth
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
276540P
2445 Arthur Ave
Bronx, NY 10458
(718) 733-1999
Kings County Hospital Center,
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center, Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center, St
Barnabas Hospital, Union
Hospital of the Bronx (closed)
Speaks PolishHebrew
Goez, Emilio A., DPM
301254P
Union Comm Hlth Ctr
2021 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10453
(718) 960-3933
301255P
St Barn Ambulatory Care
4487 3rd Ave
Bronx, NY 10457
(718) 960-1780
371846P
St. Barnabas Hospital
4422 3rd Ave
Bronx, NY 10457
(718) 960-6105
51028P
Bronx Park Med Pavilion
2016 Bronxdale Ave
Bronx, NY 10462
(718) 863-8695
Nassau University Medical
Center, Saint Catharines
General Hospital, St Barnabas
Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Goldenberg, Perry Z.,
DPM
231271P
3250 3rd Ave
Bronx, NY 10456
(718) 328-3668
St Barnabas Hospital
Goldstein, Harold L.,
DPM
187909P
2016 Bronxdale Ave
Bronx, NY 10462
(718) 863-8695
37017P
St. Barnabas Hospital
4422 3rd Ave
Bronx, NY 10457
(718) 960-6105
371962P
St Barnabas Ambulatory C
4487 3rd Ave
Bronx, NY 10457
(718) 960-6488
371965P
Union Community Health Ct
2021 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10453
(718) 960-3933
371966P
Union Community Health Ct
260 E 188th St
Bronx, NY 10458
(718) 220-2020
St Barnabas Hospital, United
Hospital Medical Center (NY),
White Plains Hospital Center
Speaks SpanishItalian
Gramuglia, Vincent J.,
DPM
216990P
Mercy Community Care
4234 Bronx Blvd
Bronx, NY 10466
(347) 341-4300
49500P
AllMed Medical & Rehab
4377 Bronx Blvd
Bronx, NY 10466
(718) 325-0700
49501P
Metropolitan Podiatry Ass
667 E 233rd St
Bronx, NY 10466
(718) 430-6066
M1576P
3795 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10465
(718) 828-3333
New York Westchester Square
Medical Center, Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center
Speaks SpanishItalian
Greiff, Lance, DPM
354487P
3333 Henry Hudson Pkwy
Bronx, NY 10463
(718) 601-2100
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), New
York Flushing Hospital &
Medical Center, Parkway
Hospital
Gutierrez, David, DPM
M1570P
2100 Bartow Ave
Bronx, NY 10475
(718) 320-0200
Our Lady of Mercy Medical
Center
Speaks Spanish
Harris, Carl F., DPM
201401P
Lincoln Med & Mental Hlth
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
Harlem Hospital Center,
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center
Herman, Craig P., DPM
227774P
Advanced Foot Care
3396 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 409-2121
300046P
Bronx Health Center
975 Westchester Ave
Bronx, NY 10459
(718) 991-9250
New York Westchester Square
Medical Center, Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center
Speaks Spanish
Iorio, Anthony R., DPM
357778P
HHC-Lincoln M&MH Center
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center, Metropolitan
Hospital Center
Isaacson, Ernest, DPM
341669P
Parkchester Family Foot
1340 Metropolitan Ave
Bronx, NY 10462
(718) 863-3338
Beth Israel Medical Center
(Petrie Campus), Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center
Speaks Hebrew
Jacobs, Louis W., DPM
36524P
4240 Hutchinson River Pkwy
E
Bronx, NY 10475
(718) 671-2233
Speaks SpanishHungarian
Joshi, Pradip M., DPM
36975P
1963A Daly Ave
Bronx, NY 10460
(718) 617-6141
39978P
1650 Selwyn Ave
Bronx, NY 10457
(718) 590-1800
Bronx-Lebanon Hospital
Center - Fulton Division, Our
Lady of Mercy Medical Center
Speaks Spanish
Kolberg, John J., DPM
351082P
1387 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10452
(718) 992-9918
New Island Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Kumrah, Praveen, DPM
187664P
2015 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10453
(718) 299-7295
214484P
Uptown HealthCare Mgmt
1778 Jerome Ave
Bronx, NY 10453
(718) 764-1661
221984P
1807 Randall Ave
Bronx, NY 10473
(718) 617-2468
New York Westchester Square
Me, Our Lady of Mercy
Medical Center
Speaks HindiPunjabi
LaSalle, Michael, DPM
200845P
Lincoln Medical & Mental
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center
Lai, Katherine M., DPM
37068P
Center for Podiatric Care
1500 Astor Ave
Bronx, NY 10469
(718) 882-6881
Beth Israel Medical Center
(Petrie Campus), Mount Sinai
Medical Center, Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center
Landy, Robert J., DPM
37072P
1340 Metropolitan Ave
Bronx, NY 10462
(718) 863-3338
Massapequa General Hospital,
Our Lady of Mercy Medical
Center, Parkway Hospital,
Southside Hospital, Winthrop
University Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Levy, Denise A., DPM
141439P
Hyperbaric Unit
111 E 210th St
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 920-6655
Montefiore Med Ctr (Henry &
Lucy Moses Div)
Speaks Spanish
Levy, Paul J., DPM
169192P
2545 Wallace Ave
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 231-2500
36736P
2539 Fish Ave
Bronx, NY 10469
(718) 231-2500
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Our Lady
of Mercy Medical Center
Speaks Spanish
Locastro, Robert M.,
DPM
124212P
731 White Plains Rd
Bronx, NY 10473
(718) 893-7773
Southside Hospital, St
Barnabas Hospital, St
Catherine of Siena, St
Catherine of Sienna Medical
Center
Lok, Jonat, DPM
227010P
East Tremont Medical Ctr
930 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10460
(718) 860-1111
New York Downtown Hospital
(Beekman), Our Lady of Mercy
Medical Center
Lopiano, Steven N., DPM
36777P
3108 Kingsbridge Ave
Bronx, NY 10463
(718) 548-1102
Our Lady of Mercy Medical
Center
Speaks SpanishItalian
Board Certified
Male Female
Wheelchair Accessible
Lynn, Brian P., DPM
38157P
Ctr for Ortho Specialty
1695 Eastchester Rd
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 405-8430
38159P
MAP - Dept. of Ortho Surg
3400 Bainbridge Ave
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 920-2060
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center, Montefiore Med Ctr
(Henry & Lucy Moses Div)
Speaks Spanish
Marville, Jillion, MD
179966P
Morris Heights Hlth Ctr
625 E 137th St
Bronx, NY 10454
(718) 401-6578
49882P
Morris Heights Hlth Cntr
85 W Burnside Ave
Bronx, NY 10453
(718) 716-4400
Nachmann, Dennis S.,
DPM
188735P
Urgent Foot Care,PC
3594 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10465
(718) 597-5800
37260P
Urgent Foot Care PC
3058 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 409-0500
37261P
1216 Beach Ave
Bronx, NY 10472
(718) 597-1107
40448P
326 E 204th St
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 655-3410
53065P
1387 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10452
(718) 992-9918
Bronx-Lebanon Hospital
Center - Fulton Division,
Montefiore Med Ctr (Jack D
Weiler Hosp of A Einst), New
York Westchester Square
Medical Center, Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center
Speaks Spanish
Oliva, Imelda A., DPM
357238P
HHC Morrisania D & T Ctr
1225 Gerard Ave
Bronx, NY 10452
(718) 960-2781
357786P
HHC-Lincoln M&MH Center
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
Kings County Hospital Center,
Metropolitan Hospital Center,
Morrisania Hospital
Speaks TagalogSpanish
Oropall, Robert, DPM
142725P
Metropolitan Podiatry Ass
667 E 233rd St
Bronx, NY 10466
(718) 430-6066
18943P
820 Lydig Ave
Bronx, NY 10462
(718) 792-5900
New York Westchester Square
Medical Center, Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center
Speaks German
Pannell, Richard, DPM
288046P
HHC-Morrisania D &TC
1225 Gerard Ave
Bronx, NY 10452
(718) 960-2781
Harlem Hospital Center,
Metropolitan Hospital Center
Plotka, Steven D., DPM
200379P
HHC Lincoln Hospital
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center, Mount Sinai
Medical Center, Raritan Bay
Medcal Center, Robert Wood
Johnson University Hosp.
Speaks Spanish
Posner, Jonathan, DPM
105432P
Jonathan Posner, DPM
360 E 193rd St
Bronx, NY 10458
(718) 933-2400
105434P
Jonathan Posner, DPM
1621 Eastchester Rd
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 405-8040
143124P
MMG - CHCC
305 E 161st St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-2500
P0052P
2532 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10458
(718) 960-1500
Montefiore Med Ctr (Henry &
Lucy Moses Div)
Rampino, Robert, DPM
157922P
North Central Bronx Hosp
3424 Kossuth Ave
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 519-3630
157925P
Jacobi Medical Center
1400 Pelham Pkwy S
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 918-5700
Coney Island Hospital
Ransom, Sherry M., DPM
198963P
Derm & Surgery Associates
3620 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10465
(718) 792-4700
Mount Vernon Hospital
Richman, Tara, DPM
364345P
Tej Podiatric Group P.C.
1963-A Daly Ave
Bronx, NY 10460
(718) 617-6141
Bronx-Lebanon Hospital
Center - Fulton Division
Ross, Charles F., DPM
3113966P
HHC-Lincoln Med & Mntl HC
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center, Metropolitan
Hospital Center
Schulman, Leonard B.,
DPM
36464P
MMC-Family Care Center
3444 Kossuth Ave
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 920-2273
Montefiore Med Ctr (Henry &
Lucy Moses Div)
Scotti, Lorenzo, DPM
36715P
North Central Bronx Hosp
3424 Kossuth Ave
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 519-3589
51545P
Jacobi Medical Center
1400 Pelham Pkwy S
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 918-7224
Coney Island Hospital, Jacobi
Medical Center, North Central
Bronx Hospital
Speaks ItalianSpanish
Snyder, Robert S., DPM
46604P
3867 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10465
(718) 792-8790
Forest Hills Hospital, Parkway
Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Spector, Donald, DPM
36812P
Cambridge Podiatry Center
259 W 231st St
Bronx, NY 10463
(718) 548-3080
St Joseph's Medical
Center-Yonkers
Spellman, Dean S., DPM
381596P
Middletown Podiatry Assoc
1200 Waters Pl
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 863-5511
New York Westchester Square
Medical Center
Spilken, Terry, DPM
200471P
HHC Lincoln Hospital
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center
Steiner, Richard M., DPM
188831P
3530 Henry Hudson Pkwy E
Bronx, NY 10463
(718) 548-3550
379697P
Kingsbridge Community Med
170 W 233rd St
Bronx, NY 10463
(718) 543-0700
SVCMC-St Vincents Manhattan
Stern, Stuart M., DPM
36652P
Morris Park Podiatry
1015 Morris Park Ave
Bronx, NY 10462
(718) 863-3737
New Island Hospital, Plainview
Hospital, Syosset Hospital
Strassman, David, DPM
349822P
MMC - Dept of Surgery
111 E 210th St
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 920-6603
Montefiore Med Ctr (Jack D
Weiler Hosp of A Einst), New
York Methodist Hospital, New
York Westchester Square
Medical Center
Strassman, Lawrence,
DPM
358330P
MMC - Eastern Vascular
1825 Eastchester Rd
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 792-8115
Montefiore Med Ctr (Jack D
Weiler Hosp of A Einst), New
York Westchester Square
Medical Center
Tabari, Issac, DPM
208998P
108 E 183rd St
Bronx, NY 10453
(718) 295-4600
Lutheran Medical Center,
Nassau University Medical
Center
Speaks FARSI,
EASTERNPersian
Thompson, Michael, DPM
36705P
2574 Frisby Ave
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 892-8382
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Our Lady
of Mercy Medical Center
Velasco, Debra, DPM
201409P
HHC Lincoln Hospital
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
214314P
Segundo Ruiz Belvis DTC
545 E 142nd St
Bronx, NY 10454
(718) 579-4000
288345P
HHC-Morrisania D &TC
1225 Gerard Ave
Bronx, NY 10452
(718) 960-2781
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center, Metropolitan
Hospital Center
Speaks Spanish
Vincetic, Anto, DPM
231369P
3635 E Tremont Ave
Bronx, NY 10465
(718) 409-0400
Montefiore Med Ctr (Henry &
Lucy Moses Div), Mount
Vernon Hospital
Speaks Croatian
Vitale, Thomas, DPM
201089P
HHC Lincoln Hospital
234 E 149th St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 579-4900
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center
Walter, Eric G., DPM
142727P
Metropolitan Podiatry Ass
667 E 233rd St
Bronx, NY 10466
(718) 430-6066
357174P
1619 Pelham Pkwy N
Bronx, NY 10469
(718) 665-3410
36967P
Bronx Foot Rehab Assoc.
326 E 204th St
Bronx, NY 10467
(718) 655-3410
New York Westchester Square
Medical Center, Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center, SJRH -
St Johns Division, St Barnabas
Hospital
Speaks German
Specialist
Board Certified
Male Female
Wheelchair Accessible
PODIATRY (Continued)
Wexler, Craig, DPM
36647P
2391 Arthur Ave
Bronx, NY 10458
(718) 365-4141
Newton Memorial Hospital,
Our Lady of Mercy Medical
Center
Winston, Wayne, DPM
359588P
Signature Health Center
220 E 161st St
Bronx, NY 10451
(718) 537-1100
Forest Hills Hospital
Wolstein, Lewis, DPM
42408P
100-1 De Kruif Pl
Bronx, NY 10475
(718) 671-7226
New York Westchester Square
Medical Center, United
Hospital Medical Center (NY),
White Plains Hospital Center
Speaks Spanish
Wolstein, Peter D., DPM
19917P
1340 Metropolitan Ave
Bronx, NY 10462
(718) 863-3338
Speaks SpanishTagalog
Woltman, Robert T., DPM
174899P
1488 Metropolitan Ave
Bronx, NY 10462
(718) 823-6239
174900P
Wellness Medical Asso
1180 Morris Park Ave
Bronx, NY 10461
(718) 863-8465
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center, New York Westchester
Square Me, Peninsula Hospital
Center
Board Certified
Male Female
Wheelchair Accessible
PODIATRY
Amante, Gregory, DPM
199177P
2601 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 616-4331
Coney Island Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Amico, Susan G., DPM
184838P
SL Quality Care Diagnosti
9708 Seaview Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11236
(718) 444-0520
184843P
SL Quality Care Diagnosti
1902 86th St
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 621-9400
184852P
SL Quality Care Diagnosti
1220 Avenue P
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 376-1004
49812P
9731 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 836-1800
SVCMC-St Vincents Staten
Island, Staten Island University
Hosp-North, Victory Memorial
Hospital
Speaks ItalianSpanish
Archer, Jean V., DPM
105663P
Brookdale Family Care Ctr
2554 Linden Blvd
Brooklyn, NY 11208
(718) 240-8600
40532P
Jamaica Hosp Medical Ctr
3080 Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11208
(718) 647-0240
Jamaica Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Aronica, Frank R., DPM
36667P
20 Plaza St E
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(718) 638-6387
Catholic Medical Center (NY),
Long Island College Hospital
Speaks SpanishItalian
Assini, Joseph, DPM
36727P
8616 3rd Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 948-3838
Doctors Hosp. of Staten Island,
Lutheran Medical Center,
Staten Island University
Hosp-North, Victory Memorial
Hospital
Speaks Italian
Babayev, Emil, DPM
224479P
Perloff Medical PC
2626 E 14th St
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 368-2626
37241P
Professional Medical Plaz
2269 Ocean Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 339-8200
46696P
421 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11218
(718) 287-4200
Lutheran Medical Center, New
York Methodist Hospital
Speaks Russian
Baird, William T., DPM
37008P
Plaza Foot Care, PC
5412 Kings Plz Mall
Brooklyn, NY 11234
(718) 377-1212
Peninsula Hospital Center
Speaks
SpanishFrenchRussian
Barkoff, Steven L., DPM
36921P
248 Roebling St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 599-0505
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), New
York Methodist Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Barone, Salvatore A.,
DPM
36884P
1601 Voorhies Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 646-5553
Lutheran Medical Center
Speaks SpanishGerman
Bartol, David M., DPM
139333P
North Star Orthopedics
1408 Ocean Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11230
(718) 338-0909
59239P
North Star Orthopedics
2615 E 16th St
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 745-8787
59240P
North Star Orthopedics
26 Court St
Brooklyn, NY 11242
(718) 935-0311
M6958P
1000 Church Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11218
(718) 826-4000
M6958P
740 64th St
Brooklyn, NY 11220
(718) 439-2000
Parkway Hospital
Bass, Elliot L., DPM
36493P
2381 E 29th St
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 743-1400
49605P
Elliot L Bass, MD
2 W End Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 743-2900
Bass, Fara D., DPM
50123P
2 W End Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 743-1400
M100
2381 E 29th St
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 743-1400
New York Methodist Hospital
Speaks Yiddish
Bell, Burt L., DPM
105602P
7608 20th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 837-8003
113259P
3065 Brighton 5Th St
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 332-2722
New York Community Hospital
of Brooklyn
Benzakein, Ralph, DPM
36761P
2241 Ocean Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 998-1375
New York Community Hospital
of Brooklyn
Speaks
ArabicHebrewRussianSpani
sh
Bienenfeld, Jay D., DPM
47072P
165 Taylor St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 599-0753
Peninsula Hospital Center
Speaks
SpanishHebrewYiddish
Birch, Gregory M., DPM
36595P
6419 Bay Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11204
(718) 232-6737
Staten Island University
Hosp-North
Bover, Elina, DPM
353725P
A. Amerimed Physician P.C
1655 E 13th St
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 339-3100
353726P
A. Amerimed Physician P.C
1100 Coney Island Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11230
(718) 434-7533
New York Methodist Hospital
Speaks AbkhazianAfam
(Oromo)
Braun, Suzanne G., DPM
142989P
2171 Nostrand Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11210
(718) 758-8920
359508P
710 Parkside Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 270-2075
University Hospital of Brooklyn
Speaks SpanishItalian
Breth, Evan G., DPM
49200P
Evan G. Breth, DPM
2352 Ralph Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11234
(718) 251-0200
M1550P
263 7th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 369-8080
M1551P
United Medical Assoc
9001 3rd Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 748-2900
M1552P
7124 18th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11204
(718) 234-3333
Lutheran Medical Center, New
York Methodist Hospital
Bushansky, Abe A., DPM
231380P
734 Pennsylvania Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11207
(718) 493-5986
37057P
711 Eastern Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11213
(718) 493-5986
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Interfaith
Medical Center, Parkway
Hospital
Butters, Marva, DPM
343047P
158 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 783-4780
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Kings
County Hospital Center
Buxbaum, Frederick D.,
DPM
36540P
1501 W 6th St
Brooklyn, NY 11204
(718) 837-0442
New York Community Hospital
of Brooklyn, New York
Methodist Hospital, Parkway
Hospital
Buzermanis, Steven Z.,
DPM
57282P
1230 Neptune Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 615-3200
57282P
3245 Nostrand Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 615-3777
57282P
345 Schermerhorn St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 858-6300
Campbell, Douglas E.,
DPM
37122P
MAIMONDES MED CTR
BROOKLYN, NY 11219
(718) 283-7593
54942P
4801 Fort Hamilton Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11219
(718) 853-7469
54944P
241 Willoughby St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 853-7469
Maimonides Medical Center
Caprioni, Enrico P., DPM
163554P
326 7th St
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 369-7192
New York Methodist Hospital
Speaks ItalianSpanish
Carlton, Lawrence S.,
DPM
36731P
1981 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11234
(718) 338-8715
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus)
Castillo, Dennis E., DPM
0X190P
345 Clinton Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(718) 783-7300
105747P
450 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 783-7300
376722P
SUNY Downstate Med Ctr
840 Lefferts Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 783-7300
376724P
SUNY Downstate Med Ctr
445 Lenox Rd
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 783-7300
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Interfaith
Medical Center, Kingsbrook
Jewish Medical Center,
University Hospital of Brooklyn
Speaks Spanish
Board Certified
Male Female
Wheelchair Accessible
)
Charlot, Giznola J., DPM
358034P
HHC-Kings County Hospital
451 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 245-3325
Jacobi Medical Center, Kings
County Hospital Center, North
Central Bronx Hospital
Cheng, Tung W., DPM
36670P
299 Livingston St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 624-2150
Speaks Chinese
Chopra, Jaideep, DPM
283717P
Medical Office
462 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11218
(718) 856-6010
284749P
1324 Bergen St
Brooklyn, NY 11213
(718) 774-5224
362592P
710 Parkside Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 270-2045
363451P
University Phys of Bklyn
450 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 270-2045
Staten Island University
Hosp-North, University
Hospital of Brooklyn
Speaks Hindi
Cicio, Gary, DPM
36673P
142 Joralemon St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 624-3003
Beth Israel Med Ctr (Kings
Hwy Division), Long Island
College Hospital, New York
Downtown Hospital (Beekman)
Cohen, Greg E., DPM
168309P
142 Joralemon St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 624-3003
Cabrini Medical Center, Long
Island College Hospital
Cohen, Richard B., DPM
36732P
1331 E 16th St
Brooklyn, NY 11230
(718) 375-3400
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus)
D'Amato, Theodore A.,
DPM
369717P
9731 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 745-3177
Staten Island University
Hosp-North, Victory Memorial
Hospital
D'Angelo, Nicholas A.,
DPM
M1613P
6511 20th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11204
(718) 837-7300
New York Methodist Hospital
Speaks Italian
Dacher, Jeffrey, DPM
36847P
3901 Nostrand Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 648-9104
Woodhull Medical & Mental
Health Ctr
Speaks Yiddish
Daniel, Lawrence B.,
DPM
10292P
2832 Linden Blvd
Brooklyn, NY 11208
(718) 240-2000
58558P
Lawrence B. Daniel, DPM
1576 E 66th St
Brooklyn, NY 11234
(718) 241-3803
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus),
Montefiore Med Ctr (Henry &
Lucy Moses Div), Montefiore
Med Ctr (Jack D Weiler Hosp
of A Einst)
DeMeo, James R., DPM
169482P
1545 Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11213
(718) 613-4856
Cabrini Medical Center,
Interfaith Medical Center,
Mount Vernon Hospital, SJRH -
St Johns Division
DeSantos, Pasquale, DPM
371165P
HHC-Coney Island Hospital
2601 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 616-4331
Coney Island Hospital
Speaks ItalianSpanish
Dennis, Lester N., DPM
50225P
746 Manhattan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222
(718) 389-4404
Catholic Medical Center (NY),
New York Flushing Hospital &
Medical Center, New York
Hospital Medical Center of
Queens, St Joseph's Hospital
Division, CMC, United
Hospital Medical Center (NY),
Wyckoff Heights Medical
Center
Dharia, Sumit S., DPM
349314P
552 Saint Marks Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(516) 359-3339
Speaks Gujarati
Dixit, Chaitanya V., DPM
229092P
NY Medical Associates
98 Avenue U
Brooklyn, NY 11223
(718) 372-0500
39505P
1700 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11210
(718) 692-1120
M1245P
2235 W 9th St
Brooklyn, NY 11223
(718) 372-0400
Jamaica Hospital, New York
Methodist Hospital, Our Lady
of Mercy Medical Center
Speaks SpanishHindiItalian
Donovan, Glenn J., DPM
348058P
HHC-Coney Island Hospital
2601 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 616-4331
Coney Island Hospital
Dorazi, Stephen T., DPM
144643P
374 Stockholm St
Brooklyn, NY 11237
(718) 963-7233
Franklin Hospital, New York
Hospital Medical Center of
Queens, New York United
Hospital Medic, Sound Shore
Medical Center of Westchester,
Wyckoff Heights Medical
Center
Speaks Spanish
Ehrlich, Josh C., DPM
341691P
Astrocare Medical Center
1669 Bedford Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11225
(718) 467-7200
36823P
1651 Coney Island Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11230
(718) 382-2221
49886P
1535 51st St
Brooklyn, NY 11219
(718) 436-8886
Maimonides Medical Center,
Staten Island University
Hosp-North
Speaks
HebrewYiddishRussian
Einhorn, Jill L., DPM
36976P
2616 Avenue U
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 891-2706
Beth Israel Med Ctr (Kings
Hwy Division), Maimonides
Medical Center
Fagen, Leonard, DPM
36474P
1390 Pennsylvania Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11239
(718) 642-2088
Brookdale Hospital Medical
Center
Speaks Spanish
Falcone, Jeffrey J., DPM
168454P
8012 3rd Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 745-5600
New York Methodist Hospital
Ficke, Henry, DPM
177873P
2875 W 8th St
Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 266-3131
288626P
444 Avenue X, Ste 1E
Brooklyn, NY 11223
(718) 375-1616
288630P
2015 Bath Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 375-1616
Long Beach Memorial Hospital
Speaks
GermanItalianSpanish
Friedlander, Bruce W.,
DPM
229664P
567 9th St
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 840-0220
Long Island College Hospital
Speaks SpanishFrench
Ganjian, Afshin, DPM
37177P
146 Sheridan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11208
(718) 235-6100
Coney Island Hospital, St
Joseph's Hospital Division,
CMC
Speaks
PersianSpanishRussianItalia
n
Garofalo, Alfred A.,
DPM
226023P
Woodhull Med & Ment HC
760 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11206
(718) 388-5889
Bellevue Hospital Center,
Gouverneur Hospital, Woodhull
Medical & Mental Health Ctr
Gaudino, Salvatore C.,
DPM
114762P
Boro Medical, PC
540 Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 855-4900
37094P
Bensonhurst Fam. Foot Ctr
7819 18th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 234-7054
51018P
Bensonhurst Family Foot
420 74th St
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 836-1017
Mount Sinai Medical Center,
Parkway Hospital, Queens
Hospital Center
Geiger, Arthur, DPM
52948P
Kings County Hospital Ctr
451 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 245-3325
Kings County Hospital Center
George, Thomas, DPM
197909P
888 Fountain Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11208
(718) 235-0574
Hempstead General Hospital
Med Ctr., New York
Westchester Square Medical
Center
Gertsik, Vladimir V., DPM
193957P
Gertsik Podiatry< PC
415 Ocean View Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 934-4842
New York Methodist Hospital
Speaks Russian
Giammarino, Philip A.,
DPM
149919P
2601 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 616-4331
199181P
HHC-Sheepshead Bay Ctr
3121 Ocean Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 646-9190
36584P
8607 21st Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 266-1986
Coney Island Hospital,
Lutheran Medical Center
Speaks SpanishItalian
Glockenberg, Aaron,
DPM
36620P
Kings County Hospital Ctr
451 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 245-3325
Kings County Hospital Center,
Lincoln Medical & Mental
Health Center, Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center, St
Barnabas Hospital, Union
Hospital of the Bronx (closed)
Speaks PolishHebrew
Board Certified
Male Female
Wheelchair Accessible
Goldman, Gershon A.,
DPM
372901P
Fayn Medical PC
1517 Voorhies Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 648-2491
Forest Hills Hospital, Parkway
Hospital
Speaks
HebrewFrenchYiddishSpanis
h
Goldstein, Israel, DPM
169498P
Ezra Medical Center
571 McDonald Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11218
(718) 686-7600
228018P
468 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11218
(718) 693-0578
Speaks
YiddishRussianRomanianHe
brew
Gonzalez, Ivan, DPM
137870P
East New York D & TC
2094 Pitkin Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11207
(718) 240-0400
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Kings
County Hospital Center, St
Joseph's Hospital Division,
CMC, University Hospital of
Brooklyn
Speaks
SpanishFrenchPortugueseIt
alian
Goodman, Warren J., DPM
213648P
Kings Highway Podiatry
380 Avenue U
Brooklyn, NY 11223
(718) 376-3077
Victory Memorial Hospital
Speaks FrenchSpanish
Greenbaum, Bruce R.,
DPM
P0058P
3000 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 265-2600
Staten Island University
Hosp-North, Staten Island
University Hosp-South
Guberman, Ronald M.,
DPM
144825P
Wound Healing & Hyperbar
374 Stockholm St
Brooklyn, NY 11237
(718) 381-8402
FLUSHING HOSPITAL
MEDICAL CENTER, Franklin
Hospital, Jackson Heights
Hospital Division (closed),
Sound Shore Medical Center of
Westchester, Wyckoff Heights
Medical Center
Speaks Spanish
Gventer, Mark, DPM
49889P
434 3rd St
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 499-7583
New York Community Hospital
of Brooklyn
Speaks RussianSpanish
Habib, Henry, DPM
44484P
8000 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 833-8136
SVCMC-St Vincents Manhattan
Speaks ItalianArabic
Heller, David P., DPM
36550P
843 Utica Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 345-8923
49818P
2124 Knapp St
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 743-4121
Interfaith Medical Center
Herman, Craig P., DPM
363912P
94-98 Manhattan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11206
(718) 388-0390
New York Westchester Square
Medical Center, Our Lady of
Mercy Medical Center
Speaks Spanish
Horowitz, Mitchell L.,
DPM
123582P
Quality Health Center Inc
138 Division Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 387-2408
Ivanovs, Ray, DPM
226092P
Woodhull Med & Ment HC
760 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11206
(718) 388-5889
Woodhull Medical & Mental
Health Ctr
Jarbath, John A., DPM
155825P
2051 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11234
(718) 677-1000
Forest Hills Hospital, New York
Hospital Medical Center of
Queens, Parkway Hospital,
Peninsula Hospital Center
Speaks FrenchCreoles and
pidgins, French-based
(Other)
Jusma, Francoise D., DPM
221129P
Cumberland D & T Ctr
100 N Portland Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205
(718) 260-7500
221130P
Woodhull Med & Ment HC
760 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11206
(718) 388-5889
M4204P
100 Parkside Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 940-5288
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Woodhull
Medical & Mental Health Ctr
Speaks FrenchCreoles and
pidgins, French-based
(Other)
Kaiser, Craig A., DPM
361854P
1220 Avenue P
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 376-1004
361888P
19-02 86th St
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 621-9400
361892P
9708 Seaview Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11236
(718) 444-0520
37134P
465 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11218
(718) 941-3796
Maimonides Medical Center,
New York Methodist Hospital
Kapadwala, Imtiyaz I.,
DPM
37207P
220 A. Saint Nicholas Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11237
(718) 418-8540
50700P
2848 Church Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 703-3000
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical
Center, Wyckoff Heights
Medical Center
Speaks UrduHindi
Katz, Alex S., DPM
291819P
2797 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 615-4444
New York Community Hospital
of Brooklyn
Speaks
RussianHebrewSpanish
Katzman, Barry, DPM
M0791P
233 Nostrand Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205
(718) 826-5900
New York Flushing Hospital &
Medical Center, New York
Hospital Medical Center of
Queens, Parkway Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Knobel, Jeffrey, DPM
M4199P
1636 E 14th St
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 336-1800
M4200P
662 Bedford Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 336-1800
Beth Israel Medical Center
(Petrie Campus), Brookdale
Hospital Medical Center,
Jamaica Hospital
Speaks RussianYiddish
Lafferty, William A., DPM
355861P
858 Schenectady Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 604-5574
SVCMC-St Vincents Staten
Island, Staten Island University
Hosp-North
Lepore, Frank L., DPM
194379P
349 Henry St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 780-8104
Catholic Medical Center (NY),
Long Island College Hospital,
Wyckoff Heights Medical
Center
Speaks ItalianSpanish
Levitz, Steven J., DPM
371880P
3010 Avenue L
Brooklyn, NY 11210
(718) 258-1820
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Wyckoff
Heights Medical Center
Levy, Brian K., DPM
109695P
1390 Pennsylvania Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11239
(718) 642-2088
Brookdale Hospital Medical
Center, Kingsbrook Jewish
Medical Center
Speaks Spanish
Liswood, Paul J., DPM
37131P
Comprehensive Podiatry Sv
7212 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 745-0256
53864P
506 6th St
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 780-5850
Lutheran Medical Center, New
York Methodist Hospital
Speaks RussianSpanish
Losyev, Sergey, DPM
173305P
2005 Ocean Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11230
(718) 645-4324
Lutheran Medical Center
Speaks Russian
Lucido, Jeffrey V., DPM
36833P
441 77th St
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 745-3800
54176P
150 55th St
Brooklyn, NY 11220
(718) 630-7095
Doctors Hosp. of Staten Island,
Lutheran Medical Center
Speaks ItalianSpanish
Mahgerefteh, David, DPM
349781P
4405 16th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11204
(718) 633-8662
Parkway Hospital
Speaks Yiddish
Makower, Bryan L., DPM
100861P
Downstate Foot &Ankle Pod
121 Dekalb Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 250-8753
101467P
176 Fenimore St
Brooklyn, NY 11225
(718) 940-0400
36786P
100 Parkside Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 768-1906
54693P
Downstate Foot & Ankle Po
322 Linden Blvd
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 768-1906
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), New
York Methodist Hospital
Speaks SpanishFrench
Mandato, Mark, DPM
298290P
HHC-Kings County Hospital
451 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 245-3325
Kings County Hospital Center,
Metropolitan Hospital Center
Mantzoukas, Argirios,
DPM
221092P
HHC-Coney Island Hospital
2601 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 616-4331
Coney Island Hospital
Speaks Greek, Modern
(1453-)
Marcelonis, Debra A.,
DPM
173195P
465 New Lots Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11207
(718) 240-8900
Jamaica Hospital
Board Certified
Male Female
Wheelchair Accessible
PODIATRY (Continued)
Marville, Jillion, MD
49868P
353 Empire Blvd
Brooklyn, NY 11225
(718) 221-9244
Matthews, Frederick, DPM
302146P
Frederick Matthew DPM
1641 Bergen St
Brooklyn, NY 11213
(718) 778-2938
Interfaith Medical Center
Speaks Spanish
Mckay, Douglas J., DPM
54837P
1704 Mermaid Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 265-0900
Staten Island University
Hosp-North
Meliso, Vincent D., DPM
212393P
1029 Manhattan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11222
(718) 383-3377
37004P
Lorimer Foot Care
411 Graham Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 383-2518
New York Methodist Hospital
Speaks Italian
Meller, Edward P., DPM
112287P
Ambulatory Care Clinic
1 Brookdale Plz
Brooklyn, NY 11212
(718) 240-5045
112288P
Urban Strategies
1873 Eastern Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11233
(718) 240-8700
Jamaica Hospital, St Joseph's
Hospital Division, CMC
Meshnick, Joel A., DPM
105804P
Kings Country Medical Doc
2705 Mermaid Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 265-2222
191516P
2876 W 27th St
Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 265-2222
57875P
ODA Primary Health Care
14-16 Heyward St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 260-4600
Lutheran Medical Center,
Staten Island University
Hosp-North
Micallef, Joseph, DPM
106156P
1095 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 240-8800
Brookdale Hospital Medical
Center, Forest Hills Hospital,
Jamaica Hospital, New York
Hospital Medical Center of
Queens
Mollica, Peter W., DPM
36634P
8223 14th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11228
(718) 875-9357
36635P
410 Clinton St
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(718) 875-9357
36636P
585 Schenectady Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 604-5481
Interfaith Medical Center,
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical
Center, New York Methodist
Hospital
Speaks Italian
Mollica, Raymond J.,
DPM
36621P
8223 14th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11228
(718) 236-2871
50026P
Raymond J Mollica, MD
410 Clinton St
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(718) 875-1105
Catholic Medical Center (NY),
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical
Center, Lutheran Medical
Center, New York Methodist
Hospital
Montalvo, Luis, DPM
37021P
7523 Fort Hamilton Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11228
(718) 745-7266
Lutheran Medical Center,
Wyckoff Heights Medical
Center
Speaks Spanish
Morreale, Edward, DPM
0X185P
736 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11230
(718) 437-9343
SVCMC-St Vincents Manhattan
Speaks ItalianSpanish
Naik, Hetal B., DPM
113873P
Lafayette Med Office PC
468 Lafayette Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205
(718) 399-6234
145498P
1417 Foster Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11230
(718) 421-6300
37256P
121 Dekalb Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 250-8753
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Lutheran
Medical Center, Maimonides
Medical Center
Speaks
HindiGujaratiSpanishUrdu
Nekritin, Vadim, DPM
294087P
2306 Avenue U
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 769-8210
St John's Episcopal Hospital
Speaks Russian
Newmark, Alan J., DPM
36637P
34 Plaza St E
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(718) 857-9004
54470P
372 Kingston Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11213
(718) 604-0675
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus)
Speaks
SpanishHebrewFrench
Novofastovsky, Raisa, DPM
214483P
1812 Quentin Rd
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 382-1773
37025P
3066 Brighton 6
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 382-1773
37026P
8622 Bay Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 333-2121
51725P
All Medical Care L.L.P.
8622 Bay Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 333-2121
Lutheran Medical Center, New
York Community Hospital of
Brooklyn
Speaks Russian
Odinsky, Michael E.,
DPM
P0019P
200 Montague St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 422-8000
P0019P
546 Eastern Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11225
(718) 604-4800
Oliva, Imelda A., DPM
139001P
Kings County Hospital Ctr
451 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 245-3325
Kings County Hospital Center,
Metropolitan Hospital Center,
Morrisania Hospital
Speaks TagalogSpanish
Orlando, Anthony, DPM
371187P
HHC-Coney Island Hospital
2601 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 616-4331
Coney Island Hospital, Forest
Hills Hospital, Lutheran
Medical Center, North Shore
University Hospital
Owusu, Stephen E., DPM
208624P
434 Rockaway Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11212
(718) 346-2628
37081P
Mount Zion Podiatry,PC
106 Pennsylvania Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11207
(718) 385-2085
Jamaica Hospital, St Joseph's
Hospital Division, CMC
Pace, George N., DPM
373411P
Manhattan Footcare
133 Smith St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 330-1117
Cabrini Medical Center, Long
Island College Hospital, New
York Downtown Hospital, New
York Downtown Hospital
(Beekman)
Speaks Spanish
Pace, John F., DPM
45625P
John F. Pace, MD
398 Court St
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(718) 834-0909
Long Island College Hospital,
SVCMC-Bayley Seton
Papa, Philip M., DPM
141176P
Coney Island Hospital
2601 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 616-4331
Coney Island Hospital
Passik, Arthur L., DPM
45847P
2601 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 616-4331
Coney Island Hospital,
Massapequa General Hospital,
Plainview Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Speaks SpanishItalianGreek,
Modern (1453-)
Pawson, John F., DPM
134403P
9229 Flatlands Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11236
(718) 257-1444
202015P
Bay Park Medical, PC
6403 18th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11204
(718) 621-0800
New York Community Hospital
of Brooklyn
Speaks
SpanishRussianChineseHeb
rew
Pecora, Maria, DPM
40587P
3245 Nostrand Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 615-3777
Forest Hills Hospital, Jamaica
Hospital, New York Hospital
Medical Center of Queens, St
Joseph's Hospital, St Joseph's
Hospital Division, CMC
Speaks Spanish
Pedro, Helder F., DPM
339019P
Family Physician FHC
5616 6th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11220
(718) 439-5440
339024P
Caribbean American FHC
3414 Church Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 940-9425
54244P
Sunset Park Family Health
150 55th St
Brooklyn, NY 11220
(718) 630-7208
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center, Lutheran Medical
Center
Perez, Walter H., DPM
114659P
Advanced Walkin Foot CAre
2146 Beverley Rd
Brooklyn, NY 11226
(718) 675-1100
216489P
2919 Avenue T
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 336-4390
38123P
Advanced WalkIn Foot Care
1214 Coney Island Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11230
(718) 677-7700
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Interfaith
Medical Center, Jamaica
Hospital
Speaks
SpanishRussianTurkish
Pierre, Nadja M., DPM
225911P
Woodhull Med & Ment HC
760 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY 11206
(718) 388-5889
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Woodhull
Medical & Mental Health Ctr
Speaks French
Pierre, Nedjie, DPM
145469P
552 Saint Marks Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(718) 398-8700
37250P
3400 Snyder Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 693-4060
37251P
The Brooklyn Hospital Cen
121 Dekalb Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 488-3708
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus)
Speaks FrenchCreoles and
pidgins, French-based
(Other)
Prince, Steven L., DPM
125224P
JHMC DTC - East New York
3080 Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11208
(718) 647-0240
Jamaica Hospital, V A Hospital
- St. Albans
Rabiei, Payman, DPM
214667P
Metropolitan Foot Care PC
94-13 Flatlands Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11236
(718) 649-6464
58033P
Metropolitan Foot Care PC
3309 Church Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 209-0013
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical
Center, Long Island Jewish
Medical Center, Parkway
Hospital
Speaks HebrewPersian
Radler, Bruce L., DPM
36518P
6416 17th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11204
(718) 236-2821
Staten Island University
Hosp-North
Raskin, Simon, DPM
377535P
Simon Raskin, DPM, P.C.
1409 Gravesend Neck Rd
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 332-7771
Reifer, Howard J., DPM
152842P
1670 E 17th St
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 382-9200
174814P
2433 86th St
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(917) 974-8726
174816P
3059 Brighton 13Th St
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(917) 974-8726
198147P
Quentin Medical, PC
280 Quentin Rd
Brooklyn, NY 11223
(718) 336-4499
217778P
157 York St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 222-0333
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Kings
County Hospital Center
Speaks Spanish
Romano, Constance A.,
DPM
36902P
386 Graham Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 389-9870
Cabrini Medical Center,
Interfaith Medical Center
Speaks Italian
Rosen, Alan J., DPM
36933P
5402 Flatlands Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11234
(718) 444-3338
Brookdale Hospital Medical
Center
Saadvandi, Terence M.,
DPM
349531P
Physicare Multi Services
150 55th St
Brooklyn, NY 11220
(718) 253-3900
349532P
Nostrand Community Medica
220 13th St
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 769-4988
349533P
Brighton Community Medica
9000 Shore Rd
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 646-5500
Lutheran Medical Center
Speaks Arabic
Sande, Hervey, DPM
52950P
Kings County Hospital Ctr
451 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 245-3325
Kings County Hospital Center
Scheiner, David M., DPM
208600P
Good Health Medical, P.C.
3019 Brighton 1St St
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 743-9700
Brunswick Hospital Center Inc,
South Nassau Comm. Hospital,
South Nassau Communities
Hosp., South Nassau
Communities Hospital,
Winthrop University Hospital
Speaks RussianSpanish
Schikman, Lana, DPM
359328P
Kingsbrook Jewish Med Ctr
585 Schenectady Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11203
(718) 604-5388
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical
Center
Speaks Russian
Schneidermesser, Susan
G., DPM
37048P
18 Prospect Park W
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 398-7593
37049P
894 Eastern Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11213
(718) 778-7311
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical
Center
Speaks Spanish
Shapiro, Eugene, DPM
36841P
301 Ocean View Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 332-2582
New York Community Hospital
of Brooklyn
Speaks Russian
Shechter, David Z., DPM
49893P
3066 Brighton 6Th St
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 743-0111
New York Hospital Medical
Center of Queens, St Joseph's
Hospital Division, CMC,
Wyckoff Heights Medical
Center
Shechter, Stuart B., DPM
49678P
Stuart B Shechter, MD
3066 Brighton 6Th St
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 743-0111
Island Medical Center (NY)_
Sherman, Gary, DPM
M4643P
7902 Bay Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 236-7520
Maimonides Medical Center,
New York Downtown Hospital
(Beekman), SVCMC-St Vincents
Staten Island
Silberstein, Jeffrey, DPM
36639P
1367 51st St
Brooklyn, NY 11219
(718) 438-4305
Speaks YiddishSpanish
Silverstein, Alan B., DPM
36642P
1185 Dean St
Brooklyn, NY 11216
(718) 774-2740
Interfaith Medical Center
Spielfogel, William D.,
DPM
36935P
Hamilton Podiatry PC
369 93rd St
Brooklyn, NY 11209
(718) 680-6276
Columbia-Presbyterian
Medical Center
Spindler, Harlan, DPM
36541P
5412 Kings Plz
Brooklyn, NY 11234
(718) 377-1212
Peninsula Hospital Center,
Wyckoff Heights Medical
Center
Speaks
FrenchRussianSpanish
Stanimirov, Catherine,
DPM
112328P
2601 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 616-4331
137433P
Ida G Irael Comm Hlth Ctr
2201 Neptune Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 946-3400
Coney Island Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Steiner, Richard M., DPM
101731P
2811 Ocean Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 648-5609
SVCMC-St Vincents Manhattan
Stuto, Joseph C., DPM
36813P
100 Remsen St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 624-7537
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), Long
Island College Hospital, New
York Community Hospital of
Brooklyn
Tajerstein, Alan R., DPM
36951P
1335 54th St
Brooklyn, NY 11219
(718) 972-5000
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus)
Speaks YiddishHebrew
Tanenbaum, Mark, DPM
36644P
1648 E 14th St
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 627-0585
Tartack, Ira, DPM
187670P
Coney Island Hospital
2601 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 616-4331
New York Community Hospital
of Brooklyn, Our Lady of Mercy
Medical Center
Speaks
ItalianSpanishRussian
Tavroff, Clifford D., DPM
P0038P
233 Nostrand Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205
(718) 826-5900
Trepal, Michael J., DPM
183218P
115 Henry St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 624-8022
Long Island College Hospital,
Metropolitan Hospital Center,
New York Downtown Hospital
(Beekman), SVCMC-St Vincents
Manhattan
Trivlis, Maryann Z., DPM
216717P
248 Avenue P
Brooklyn, NY 11204
(718) 945-0770
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus)
Speaks Greek, Modern
(1453-)
Unger, Leslie M., DPM
36470P
1405 46th St
Brooklyn, NY 11219
(718) 438-8717
49514P
Lesie M Unger, MD
2315 Mermaid Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 373-1820
Maimonides Medical Center
Speaks SpanishYiddish
Vader, Bonnie, DPM
36966P
621 Amboy St
Brooklyn, NY 11212
(718) 345-2935
Brookdale Hospital Medical
Center, Forest Hills Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Waiss, Samuel M., DPM
351219P
2223 Coney Island Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11223
(718) 375-6096
New York Community Hospital
of Brooklyn
Speaks HebrewYiddish
Board Certified
Male Female
Wheelchair Accessible
PODIATRY (Continued)
Wallach, Jacob B., DPM
15739P
2108 Avenue P
Brooklyn, NY 11229
(718) 951-6399
Maimonides Medical Center
Woltman, Robert T., DPM
205506P
Lyudmila Cavalier Physici
9014 Flatlands Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11236
(718) 209-5353
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center, New York Westchester
Square Me, Peninsula Hospital
Center
Zonenashvili, Merabi,
DPM
293458P
201 Kings Hwy
Brooklyn, NY 11223
(718) 621-1811
Staten Island University
Hosp-North
Speaks
RussianGeorgianSpanish
Zwiebel, Neil S., DPM
363102P
420 Fulton St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 797-3668
Cabrini Medical Center, Long
Island College Hospital
Kings
PODIATRY
Abeles, Jay, DPM
36958P
4136 Hicksville Rd
Bethpage, NY 11714
(516) 796-2900
Massapequa General Hospital,
New Island Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Abrahamson, Hal, DPM
54152P
100 Manetto Hill Rd
Plainview, NY 11803
(516) 822-9595
Catholic Medical Center (NY),
Forest Hills Hospital
Speaks Hebrew
Alongi, Maryanne, DPM
36724P
226 7th St
Garden City, NY 11530
(516) 248-9680
Franklin Hospital ,
Massapequa General Hospital,
New Island Hospital
Amato, Richard, DPM
343044P
R.A. Podiatry, P.C.
2116 Merrick Ave
Merrick, NY 11566
(516) 378-9191
New Island Hospital
Axman, Wayne R., DPM
179959P
70 Maple Ave
Rockville Centre, NY 11570
(516) 536-3336
182388P
1420 Broadway
Hewlett, NY 11557
(516) 374-8600
Long Beach Memorial
Hospital, Long Island Jewish
Medical Center, Mount Sinai
Hospital, Mount Sinai of
Queens, New York Hospital
Medical, South Nassau
Communities Hospital
Speaks SpanishGreek,
Modern (1453-)
Bagner, Jerome E., DPM
36499P
30 Hempstead Ave
Rockville Centre, NY 11570
(516) 764-6800
49647P
165 N Village Ave
Rockville Centre, NY 11570
(516) 746-6800
New Island Hospital
Speaks
YiddishItalianJapaneseSpani
sh
Balboa, Henry M., DPM
36506P
100 Manetto Hill Rd
Plainview, NY 11803
(516) 822-9595
Forest Hills Hospital, New
Island Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Barbaro, Thomas, DPM
36883P
706 Jericho Tpke
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
(516) 326-7979
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center, North Shore University
Hospital
Speaks Italian
Barkoff, Matthew W.,
DPM
36920P
2900 Hempstead Tpke
Levittown, NY 11756
(516) 579-2800
Glen Cove Hospital, New
Island Hospital, North Shore
University Hospital, Plainview
Hospital, Syosset Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Becker, Jack S., DPM
36551P
178 E Rockaway Rd
Hewlett, NY 11557
(516) 596-1700
49835P
Jack S Becker, MD
3000 Hempstead Tpke
Levittown, NY 11756
(516) 579-1700
Franklin Hospital, Franklin
Hospital , Nassau University
Medical Center, South Nassau
Communities Hosp., South
Nassau Communities Hospital
Bendeth, Marc L., DPM
36520P
1226 W Broadway
Hewlett, NY 11557
(516) 374-4444
Berlin, Kim, DPM
36650P
830 Atlantic Ave
Baldwin, NY 11510
(516) 623-4580
Long Beach Memorial
Hospital, South Nassau
Communities Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Biller, Bob S., DPM
M1057P
756 E Park Ave
Long Beach, NY 11561
(516) 432-7470
LONG BEACH MEMORIAL
MEDICAL CENTER, SAINT
JOHNS EPISCOPAL
HOSPITAL-SOUTH SHORE
Bilotti, Mary A., DPM
169106P
Long Island Podiatry Grp
2001 Marcus Ave
New Hyde Park, NY 11042
(516) 327-0074
M0911P
Long Island Podiatry Grp
375 N Central Ave
Valley Stream, NY 11580
(516) 825-4070
Franklin Hospital , Long Island
Jewish Medical Center
Speaks Spanish
Breitman, Debra, DPM
36886P
250 Broadway
Lawrence, NY 11559
(516) 239-4700
Peninsula Hospital Center, St
John's Episcopal Hospital, St
John's Episcopal Hospital -
Far Rockaway
Speaks Spanish
Bubbers, Linda A., DPM
36627P
Sunrise Foot Care
4880 Sunrise Highway
Massapequa Park, NY 11762
(516) 795-6255
Syosset Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Buenahora, Joseph A.,
DPM
M2238P
477 Newbridge Rd
East Meadow, NY 11554
(516) 679-1338
Brunswick General Hospital,
Brunswick Hospital Center Inc,
New Island Hospital, Plainview
Hospital, Syosset Hospital,
Wyckoff Heights Medical
Center
Speaks SpanishYiddish
Burzotta, John L., DPM
36762P
2419 Jericho Tpke
Garden City Park, NY 11040
(516) 294-9540
50161P
Pro Health Care
2800 Marcus Ave
Garden City Park, NY 11042
(516) 622-6040
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center, North Shore University
Hospital
Speaks Italian
Caimano, Francis X.,
DPM
300372P
Francis X Caimano
495 S Broadway
Hicksville, NY 11801
(914) 555-1212
P0014P
350 S Broadway
Hicksville, NY 11801
(516) 938-0100
Syosset Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Caprioli, Russell, DPM
359698P
1999 Marcus Ave
New Hyde Park, NY 11042
(516) 555-1212
36764P
Long Island Podiatry Grp
2001 Marcus Ave
New Hyde Park, NY 11042
(516) 327-0074
Franklin Hospital, Franklin
Hospital , Long Beach
Memorial Hospital, Long
Island Jewish Medical Center
Speaks ItalianSpanish
Chernick, Stephen B.,
DPM
50872P
175 Fulton Ave
Hempstead, NY 11550
(516) 489-2261
Parkway Hospital, St John's
Episcopal Hospital - Far
Rockaway
Speaks SpanishHebrew
Cohen, Robert J., DPM
36557P
72 Covert Ave
Garden City, NY 11530
(516) 354-7222
Our Lady of Mercy Medical
Center, Parkway Hospital
Speaks French
Davies, Daniel A., DPM
36889P
6 Scranton Ave
Lynbrook, NY 11563
(516) 596-0022
Cabrini Medical Center, Good
Samaritan Hospital, Good
Samaritan Hospital (West Islip)
Speaks Italian
Davies, Gregory F., DPM
36657P
Syosset Medical Building
175 Jericho Tpke
Syosset, NY 11791
(516) 496-7676
Glen Cove Hospital, North
Shore University Hospital,
Plainview Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Speaks Spanish
DeCicco, John J., DPM
36618P
875 Old Country Rd
Plainview, NY 11803
(516) 681-8866
New Island Hospital, Plainview
Hospital, Syosset Hospital
Speaks SpanishGreek,
Modern (1453-)Italian
Dubov, Spencer F., DPM
383227P
New Island Hospital
4295 Hempstead Tpke
Bethpage, NY 11714
(631) 858-0011
Mary Immaculate Hospital,
Massapequa General Hospital
Inc., NY Hospital Medical
Center of Queens, Plainview
Hospital
Speaks
YiddishSpanishItalian
Feldman, Gary B., DPM
36826P
5 Sunrise Plz
Valley Stream, NY 11580
(516) 825-6825
St Joseph's Hospital Division,
CMC
Fiorenza, Dominic, DPM
P0048P
350 S Broadway
Hicksville, NY 11801
(516) 938-0100
Fox, Corey, DPM
37000P
Massapequa Podiatry Assoc
4160 Merrick Rd
Massapequa, NY 11758
(516) 541-9000
Brunswick General Hospital,
Brunswick Hospital Center Inc,
New Island Hospital, Plainview
Hospital, Syosset Hospital
Speaks
SpanishTagalogItalian
Fox, Roberta A., DPM
37003P
410 Lakeville Rd
New Hyde Park, NY 11042
(516) 488-5050
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center
Fuchs, David B., DPM
36704P
855 Cynthia Dr
East Meadow, NY 11554
(516) 292-2372
New Island Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Garofalo, Gail F., DPM
37140P
NS Podiatric Med & Surger
410 Lakeville Rd
New Hyde Park, NY 11042
(516) 326-4709
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center, St Catherine of Siena,
St Catherine of Sienna Medical
Center, Winthrop University
Hospital, Winthrop-University
Hospital
Gasparini, Mark C., DPM
337162P
119 New York Ave
Massapequa, NY 11758
(516) 804-9038
Speaks Italian
George, Thomas, DPM
141475P
1029 Bellmore Rd
North Bellmore, NY 11710
(516) 679-4636
Hempstead General Hospital
Med Ctr., New York
Westchester Square Medical
Center
Gervasio, Joseph, DPM
36653P
1000 Park Blvd
Massapequa Park, NY 11762
(516) 799-0550
36654P
156 Post Ave
Westbury, NY 11590
(516) 334-8208
Massapequa General Hospital,
Massapequa General Hospital
Inc., New Island Hospital,
Plainview Hospital, Southside
Hospital
Goez, Emilio A., DPM
51027P
Long Island Foot Care
294 W Merrick Rd
Freeport, NY 11520
(516) 378-8383
Nassau University Medical
Center, Saint Catharines
General Hospital, St Barnabas
Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Golub, Cary M., DPM
37076P
854 E Broadway
Long Beach, NY 11561
(516) 889-2200
Long Beach Medical Center,
South Nassau Communities
Hospital
Speaks Hebrew
Gottlieb, Robert J., DPM
36579P
188 W Main St
Oyster Bay, NY 11771
(516) 922-0502
Glen Cove Hospital, Good
Samaritan Hospital (West Islip)
Speaks Spanish
Greenbaum, Mitchell A.,
DPM
36924P
111 Mineola Ave
Roslyn Heights, NY 11577
(516) 484-1444
36925P
525 Woodbury Rd
Plainview, NY 11803
(516) 433-3353
Glen Cove Hospital, Long
Island Jewish Medical Center,
New Island Hospital, North
Shore University Hospital,
Plainview Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Greiff, Lance, DPM
36988P
29 Barstow Rd
Great Neck, NY 11021
(516) 829-1028
Brooklyn Hospital Center
(Downtown Campus), New
York Flushing Hospital &
Medical Center, Parkway
Hospital
Grossman, Myles, DPM
36831P
2174 Hewlett Ave
Merrick, NY 11566
(516) 379-2560
41745P
156 Post Ave
Westbury, NY 11590
(516) 334-8208
New Island Hospital, Plainview
Hospital
Speaks SpanishHebrew
Herbert, Scott E., DPM
284145P
49 Church St
Freeport, NY 11520
(516) 378-0184
St Catherine of Siena
Hershey, Paul E., DPM
36462P
2110 Northern Blvd
Manhasset, NY 11030
(516) 627-5775
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center, Saint Francis Hospital -
Bronx
Speaks SpanishYiddish
Herzberg, Abraham, DPM
54315P
300 Franklin Ave
Valley Stream, NY 11580
(516) 561-1617
54316P
833 Northern Blvd
Great Neck, NY 11021
(516) 622-7900
Franklin Hospital, Jamaica
Hospital
Speaks Yiddish
Hickey, John, DPM
M4002P
2870 Hempstead Tpke
Levittown, NY 11756
(516) 735-4545
New Island Hospital, Plainview
Hospital, Syosset Hospital
Honore, Lesly S., DPM
132409P
Podiatry Services of New
905 Uniondale Ave
Uniondale, NY 11553
(516) 565-5666
132410P
981 Rosedale Rd
Valley Stream, NY 11581
(516) 295-6307
Cabrini Medical Center, Mercy
Medical Center,
Winthrop-University Hospital
Speaks
SpanishFrenchCreoles and
pidgins (Other)
Horl, Lawrence, DPM
36912P
61 N Park Ave
Rockville Centre, NY 11570
(516) 766-5550
Forest Hills Hospital,
Hempstead General Hospital
Med Ctr., Mercy Medical
Center, Peninsula Hospital
Center, South Nassau
Communities Hospital, St
John's Episcopal Hospital -
Far Rockaway
Speaks Spanish
Horowitz, Mitchell L.,
DPM
M2025P
2720 Jerusalem Ave
North Bellmore, NY 11710
(516) 679-2720
Irwin, Robert A., DPM
37172P
143 Merrick Ave
Merrick, NY 11566
(516) 623-2800
NY Hospital Medical Center of
Queens, New Island Hospital,
New York Hospital Medical
Center of Queens, Syosset
Hospital
Speaks SpanishItalianGreek,
Modern (1453-)
Jackalone, John A., DPM
277559P
Podiatry Offices
4295 Hempstead Tpke
Bethpage, NY 11714
(516) 579-3500
Catholic Medical Center (NY),
Forest Hills Hospital, Long
Beach Memorial Hospital, St
Vincents Medical Center Of
New York
Speaks Spanish
Jarbath, John A., DPM
155828P
50 Hempstead Ave
Lynbrook, NY 11563
(516) 599-0302
Forest Hills Hospital, New York
Hospital Medical Center of
Queens, Parkway Hospital,
Peninsula Hospital Center
Speaks FrenchCreoles and
pidgins, French-based
(Other)
Karpe, David E., DPM
160781P
Howard Kessler & Assoc PC
200 N Village Ave
Rockville Centre, NY 11570
(516) 764-0434
Franklin Hospital, Franklin
Hospital , Peninsula Hospital
Center, South Nassau Comm.
Hospital, South Nassau
Communities Hosp.
Speaks Spanish
Kashefsky, Helene P., DPM
37071P
2201 Hempstead Tpke
East Meadow, NY 11554
(516) 572-0123
Nassau University Medical
Center
Speaks Spanish
Kasminoff, June G.,
DPM
37044P
666 Old Bethpage Rd
Old Bethpage, NY 11804
(516) 777-3668
Massapequa General Hospital,
New Island Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Kessler, Howard N., DPM
36570P
200 N Village Ave
Rockville Centre, NY 11570
(516) 764-0434
Franklin Hospital, Franklin
Hospital , Mercy Medical
Center, Nassau University
Medical Center, South Nassau
Communities Hosp., South
Nassau Communities Hospital
Kisberg, Stephen, DPM
36519P
11 Franklin Pl
Woodmere, NY 11598
(516) 295-2121
St John's Episcopal Hospital -
Far Rockaway
Kitton, Stuart E., DPM
36573P
41 Woods Dr
Roslyn, NY 11576
(516) 626-3999
MEADOWLANDS HOSPITAL
MEDICAL CENTER, Mount
Sinai Medical Center,
SVCMC-St Vincents
Manhattan, The Mount Sinai
Hospital of Queens
Speaks Spanish
Klein, Michael S., DPM
36893P
East Norwich Podiatry
898 Oyster Bay Rd
East Norwich, NY 11732
(516) 624-2101
36894P
Oceanside Podiatry
3105 Lawson Blvd
Oceanside, NY 11572
(516) 766-8500
Glen Cove Hospital, Long
Beach Memorial Hospital,
Syosset Hospital
Klirsfeld, Jeffrey S.,
DPM
36857P
2870 Hempstead Tpke
Levittown, NY 11756
(516) 731-3300
Massapequa General Hospital,
New Island Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Kohn, Arlene F., DPM
37113P
Family Footcare
120 Bethpage Rd
Hicksville, NY 11801
(516) 938-6000
Mercy Medical Center, New
Island Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Kolberg, John J., DPM
37222P
320 Post Ave
Westbury, NY 11590
(516) 338-8802
New Island Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Koslow, Paul M., DPM
50912P
Great Neck Podiatry Asso
29 Barstow Rd
Great Neck, NY 11021
(516) 829-1028
Maimonides Medical Center,
New York Hospital Medical
Center of Queens, New York
Methodist Hospital
LaRocca, Albert, DPM
36594P
2 Raemar Ct
Bethpage, NY 11714
(516) 935-0111
New Island Hospital
Speaks ItalianGerman
Landau, Laurence D., DPM
193059P
86 George St
Roslyn Heights, NY 11577
(516) 731-1900
38312P
160 Hicksville Rd
Bethpage, NY 11714
(516) 731-1900
New Island Hospital, Plainview
Hospital
Landy, Robert J., DPM
123448P
120 Bethpage Rd
Hicksville, NY 11801
(516) 827-4500
123481P
530 Hicksville Rd
Bethpage, NY 11714
(516) 937-5000
Massapequa General Hospital,
Our Lady of Mercy Medical
Center, Parkway Hospital,
Southside Hospital, Winthrop
University Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Larsen, Joseph A., DPM
50624P
National Foot Care
2419 Jericho Tpke
Garden City Park, NY 11040
(516) 294-9540
North Shore University
Hospital
Levine, Stanley, DPM
36477P
4725 Merrick Rd
Massapequa, NY 11758
(516) 799-8545
Brunswick General Hospital,
Brunswick Hospital Center Inc,
Hempstead General Hospital
Med Ctr., Massapequa General
Hospital, New Island Hospital,
Syosset Hospital
Speaks
SpanishGermanItalian
Levitsky, David A., DPM
301933P
161 Orchard St
Plainview, NY 11803
(516) 822-9666
Board Certified
Male Female
Wheelchair Accessible
Livingston, Douglas W.,
DPM
37180P
Livingston Foot Care Spec
1685 Newbridge Rd
North Bellmore, NY 11710
(516) 826-0103
Brunswick Hospital Center Inc,
Massapequa General Hospital
Inc., Nassau University Medical
Center, New Island Hospital,
Plainview Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Livingston, Leon B., DPM
36486P
Livingston Foot Care Spec
1685 Newbridge Rd
North Bellmore, NY 11710
(516) 826-0103
New Island Hospital, Plainview
Hospital, Syosset Hospital
Livingston, Michael D.,
DPM
37064P
Livingston Foot Care Spec
1685 Newbridge Rd
Bellmore, NY 11710
(516) 826-0103
Brunswick Hospital Center Inc,
Nassau University Medical
Center, New Island Hospital,
Plainview Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Lynn, Brian P., DPM
108081P
Comprehensive Podiatric
2110 Northern Blvd
Manhasset, NY 11030
(516) 627-5775
355143P
Comprehensive Podiatric
935 Northern Blvd
Great Neck, NY 11021
(516) 627-5775
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center, Montefiore Med Ctr
(Henry & Lucy Moses Div)
Speaks Spanish
Mahgerefteh, David, DPM
349786P
230 Middle Neck Rd
Great Neck, NY 11021
(516) 829-2560
Parkway Hospital
Speaks Yiddish
Marchese, Nicholas A.,
DPM
359291P
1000 Park Blvd
Massapequa Park, NY 11762
(516) 799-0550
New Island Hospital, Southside
Hospital
Masani, Farhan, DPM
37069P
530 Old Country Rd
Westbury, NY 11590
(516) 334-7642
Nassau University Medical
Center, Syosset Hospital,
Wyckoff Heights Medical
Center
Speaks
SpanishFrenchHindiUrdu
McElgun, Terence M.,
DPM
36861P
520 Franklin Ave
Garden City, NY 11530
(516) 746-4732
36862P
1135 N Broadway
Massapequa, NY 11758
(516) 756-0091
380037P
N. Shore Hosp., Plainview
888 Old Country Rd
Plainview, NY 11803
(516) 796-1313
New Island Hospital, Plainview
Hospital, Syosset Hospital
Speaks SpanishItalian
Mcshane, William J., DPM
36802P
Harbor Podiatry PC
131 Main St
East Rockaway, NY 11518
(516) 593-2233
36803P
54 Main St
Hempstead, NY 11550
(516) 538-4531
Franklin Hospital, Island
Medical Center (NY)_
Meshnick, Joel A., DPM
139939P
2574 Hewlett Ln
Bellmore, NY 11710
(516) 781-5440
Lutheran Medical Center,
Staten Island University
Hosp-North
Micallef, Joseph, DPM
36900P
101st Avenue Foot Care PC
287 Northern Blvd
Great Neck, NY 11021
(516) 773-4001
Brookdale Hospital Medical
Center, Forest Hills Hospital,
Jamaica Hospital, New York
Hospital Medical Center of
Queens
Moazen, Ali, DPM
P0033P
226 Clinton St
Hempstead, NY 11550
(516) 483-2020
Speaks Persian
Montag, Richard M.,
DPM
36509P
528 Bellmore Ave
East Meadow, NY 11554
(516) 483-7386
Island Medical Center (NY)_,
Plainview Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Speaks Spanish
Nester, Elizabeth M., DPM
37243P
3 Walnut Rd
Glen Cove, NY 11542
(516) 674-9661
37244P
Nester Podiatry Associate
267 Lincoln Blvd
Long Beach, NY 11561
(516) 889-0969
57655P
East Coast Podiatry PLLC
680 Merrick Rd
Baldwin, NY 11510
(516) 889-0969
Glen Cove Hospital, Long
Beach Medical Center
Speaks Spanish
Nester, Matthew J., DPM
211451P
Nester Poadiatry Assoc
3227 Long Beach Rd
Oceanside, NY 11572
(516) 431-1600
50871P
Nester Podiatry Asso.
3 Walnut Rd
Glen Cove, NY 11542
(516) 674-9661
Long Beach Medical Center,
Long Beach Memorial
Hospital, St John's Episcopal
Hospital, St John's Episcopal
Hospital - Far Rockaway
Speaks Spanish
Nezaria, Yehuda, DPM
37236P
7 Franklin Ave
Lynbrook, NY 11563
(516) 887-2820
49675P
2053 Bellmore Ave
Bellmore, NY 11710
(516) 887-2820
Franklin Hospital, Franklin
Hospital , Huntington Hospital
Speaks Hebrew
Odinsky, Wayne Z., DPM
P0034P
2035 Lakeville Rd
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
(718) 343-0600
New York Hospital Medical
Center of Queens, Parkway
Hospital, Rockaway Beach
Hospital (closed)
Pedro, Helder F., DPM
54241P
Helder F. Pedro, DPM
1 Willow Pl
Albertson, NY 11507
(516) 621-3721
Long Island Jewish Medical
Center, Lutheran Medical
Center
Peterson, Donald T.,
DPM
36931P
8029 Jericho Tpke
Woodbury, NY 11797
(516) 496-0900
Plainview Hospital, Syosset
Hospital
Prince, Steven L., DPM
124780P
78 Marina Rd
Island Park, NY 11558
(516) 432-1332
Jamaica Hospital, V A Hospital
- St. Albans
Purvin, Jay M., DPM
36608P
467 Merrick Ave
East Meadow, NY 11554
(516) 489-1950
New Island Hospital, Plainview
Hospital
Richardson, Hugh L., DPM
195855P
L.I. Podiatric Grp
2001 Marcus Ave
New Hyde Park, NY 11042
(516) 327-0074
195856P
L.I. Podiatric Grp
375 N Central Ave
Valley Stream, NY 11580
(516) 825-4070
363220P
1999 Marcus Ave
New Hyde Park, NY 11042
(516) 555-1212
Franklin Hospital, Franklin
Hospital , Long Island Jewish
Medical Center, Long Island
Jewish, Manhasset (closed)
Speaks Spanish
Bronx Kings Nassau

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Message Number 234767

Re: Medical costs - Who pays? View Thread
Posted by Dr. Wedemeyer on 8/22/07 at 14:24

I am wondering who still owns a vcr.......?

I used to backpack a lot. I've been attacked by ticks, stung by a tarantula hawk, contratced a nasty poison ivy rash, twisted ankles etc. The bottom line is as a male it is my distinct right to harbor irrational fear of the ER and doctors in general.

Therefore I always try to treat it myself until I am too feverish and weak to fight anyone from taking me to the ER or doctor's office. Also as a self-employed subscriber I have a high deductible 'disaster care' policy. I feel that a growing number of Americans are in this boat and many employers are trying o cut their health care costs by advocating managed care plans and foregoing retirement medical benefits.

Physicians do not want the government to intervene and control health care, they have a good thing working silently and indirectly with the insurers to ensure that premiums are high, fees are high and reimbursement is set by the Medicare RVBS which the AMA enjoys unique control over.

You will never see socialized medicine in the U.S. nor will you see a change in the cost of medicine until you remove the profit the insurers and managed care groups make off of your premiums.

Result number: 15

Message Number 230449

Re: The China Study food food food View Thread
Posted by Susan on 5/24/07 at 12:10

Yikes I ate boiled soybeans, spinach and a ww roll. But I flavored it all up a lot and it was better than it sounds. Then cashews and raisins for a snack.

The following is all based on what I have read. I'm not a health professional or nutritionist or anything like that.
Cow's milk is linked in varying degrees (in valid studies published in reputable medical journals) to diseases such as ovarian cancer, prostate cancer, arthritis, cataracts, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's in men, and type 1 diabetes, etc. Not everyone who consumes cow's milk will get these diseases of course, but a theory is that if you are genetically susceptible then it can cause those genes to be expressed. For type 1 diabetes it's a risk when cow's milk is fed to infants. However cow's milk is perfect for baby cows.

Lactose, casein, IGF-1, antibiotics, excessive calcium, etc. are considered to be issues.

Again this is all based on what I have read and I'm not an expert in the health and nutrition fields. For all of these a google search on words like 'milk ovarian cancer' without the quotes brings up the relevant information.

Result number: 16
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Message Number 229069

Re: Capsulitis View Thread
Posted by Dr. Z on 5/03/07 at 18:59

Hi Jeremy,
I would first like to make some observations about Todd's case and other cases that have pain or capsulitis under the metatarsal head. I would like your comments.
The goal of any orthosis cut out or met head padding is to displace the weight from the metarsal head and thus hopefully reduce pain.
I have found that this is a very difficult problem due to the difficulty of getting the area of the metatarsal head and the orthosis adjustment to align exactly at the correct spot. I have found that you must get the padding at the neck of the metatarsal bone or there isn't going to be any relief or any effective relief.
I have found that if you place a metataral padding behind the head at the neck you relief is much greater. I have also found that it is very difficult to transfer the correct adjustment to the shoe or orthosis. The reason being the shoe and orthosis moves in the shoe, but when you place the met padding on the foot . There is no movement of the correction. You may get temporary relief with an orthosis but this does and can move if we are talking about a true met head involvment What are you thoughs about this

Result number: 17

Message Number 225666

Re: Tarsel tunnel surgery View Thread
Posted by Sandra V on 3/21/07 at 17:47

I have had foot pain for 10 years. I am 43 years old. Had a bunionectomy and 2MM neuroma removed from the ball of my foot 2 years ago. No relief and went back 1 year later to 'remove scar tissue from neuroma area' Still no relief. Was diagnosed with taral tunnel last week. Had an injection in the ankle---no relief. Orthotics being made now. Sounds like I will end up with the surgery. My pain and numbness is in the ball of foot not ankle. Anyone else have this? I work in a restaurant and wonder how long I will be out of work. Any ideas anyone?

Result number: 18

Message Number 221154

Re: PLANTAR FIBROMAS View Thread
Posted by Dr. Z on 1/30/07 at 16:12

Ralph,
Here is the difference. There is a history of cyrotherapy to shrink down the prostate gland and other tissue ie warts. So there are other areas of the body that a doctor can examine and relate this to the plantar fibromata that Dr. Goldstein has performed, so you should be able to get a good idea as to what is going to happen.Tissue reactions and the effects of cold therapy already has been tested and proper treatment parameters discovered. My only question is the long term re-occurence rate and it appears to be good so far.
The eye analogy is alittle bit different then the foot. I am told that with lasik and or cataract surgery they practice on pigs in the lab to obtain the skill. I am sure that has been done with cryotherapy. It does already have class two FDA aproval for peripheral sensory nerve treatment.
Now back to more important issue's where is this Junior's ?? I live in South Jersey outside of Philadephia.

Result number: 19

Message Number 221072

Re: Neuroma - Some Relief View Thread
Posted by Dr. Z on 1/29/07 at 18:05

Ralph,
If I understand your question correctly all neuroma's are located below the intermetaral ligament which is the bottom of the foot.
How you treat it with cyrotherapy depends on the choice of the doctor. Dr. Goldstein treats some from the bottom and some from the top. I believe he also treats the neuroma in two areas whether it is from the top or bottom I am not sure how he determines the approach.
Dr. Goldstein can you enlighten Ralph about cyrotherapy and neuroma your experience. ?

Result number: 20
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Message Number 218067

Re: Meg View Thread
Posted by meg s on 12/28/06 at 01:36

Yes Kathy - You did read it and it is true - I get to wear shoes. The 4th metarasal still has delayed fusion but the other two are fused so the good Dr. said go for it and only use the air cast when I know I need it. Guess where I'll be tomorrow morning - yup buying one of the shoes that Jeremy suggested. I am actually giddy - one would think I have been inbibing the holiday bubbly but nay not so. Perhaps I should...hmmm, maybe I'll toast my new shoes tomorrow!
So the year is ending after 6 weeks, of our neck of the woods being flooded, snowed in, blown down, snow again and now an ice storm predicted for tomorrow. How truly blessed our family is that other than trees down in the back we are safe, have electricity and a heck of a lot of love. Three weeks to go when our new grandson is scheduled for arrival. Could life be any better!!
So if the ice storm doesn't happen, I'll be shopping for shoes tomorrow and I can't believe I don't care if they end up being the ugliest shoes ever - they'll be beautiful to me.
Thank you so much for all the support these last seven months.

Happy New Year!!

Result number: 21

Message Number 214148

Re: Pros and Cons of Cortizone Shots? View Thread
Posted by Audy on 10/24/06 at 11:03

I'll give my two cents b/c I will probably be the only one to give you cons on the subject. While it will give temporary relief for the pain and inflammation, it does nothing for the underlying cause. And while if limited to short term use, there may not be any harmful side-effects, the longer the shot is administered and higher doses are prescribed the more long term effects will begin to present. 1) Eyes will develop cataracts, 2)Bones will become osteoporotic leading to increased chance of possible fx, 3) Arteries develp hardening at a much faster rate, 4) Serum glucose levels rise and can lead to diabetes mellitus, 5) Muscles begin to atrophy and weaken.

Really, it just speeds up the aging process. But, many people do not care b/c of the temporary relief it provides them. There are other options available out there that will help the underlying causes of the problem and can aid in a much better quality of life.

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Re: Pronation and TTS View Thread
Posted by Theresa on 9/30/06 at 22:33

Yes, I had a taral tunnel release but I guess I could still be pulling on the nerve when I walk ? Hard to say. No on seems to know.

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Re: To Lemonfeet View Thread
Posted by Ralph on 8/19/06 at 13:27

I know my response will also be unpopular but I tend to agree with you. I think way tooooo many orthotics are being RXed, however, I do believe that some people need appliances for their conditions.

Certainly anyone who's had P.F. surgery is more than likely going to need orthotics because they've compromised part of the main support
of their arch.

My own experience with custom orthotics has always been very poor. The quality of what I received for the price I paid and the pain that they provided didn't help a thing. Wearing them would have been worse than going barefoot.

Here is something that is often done with auto repair shops and it might be interesting to see a similar test in several Podiatry
offices around the country.

They take a perfectly good auto needing no repair and take it in just for an oil change. Mind you the auto was check out thoroughly before the the trip to the repair shop.

When the owner comes back to pick up his car he's told he they found several items wrong with his car and show him cut hoses and leaking
oil etc. All of which were not wrong with the car prior to entering the repair shop.

Now take a human that has relatively normal feet. No major problems but makes up a story about arch pain. Run them through several
Podiatry offices. Tape the exams, & compare e-rays taken prior to their vist with those taken at the doctors offices and then see how many are told they need custom orthotics on their first office visit.

Also find out how many are told ESWT would help their treatment or that surgery was their only solutiion.

I realize that what I'm saying can't be done because it's against the law and that humans are not auto. All I'm saying is that I think there are a number of doctors in the field that RX orthotics more than necessary. You have to remember if they are not offered they can't sell them.

I remember when I was a teen going to an eye doctor M.D. and every patient that came out of the inner office was wearing a eye patch.

Some on the left eye and some on the right but they all had eye patches. I got one too. For what I can't say because all I had was an eye exam but we got eye patches.

I remember the days when eye doctors told patients your cataract need to be "ripe" before we remove it. Today they take them out almost as soon as they see them forming. Do patients need their cataracts removed? Yes but only if they are causing the patients problems.

In every aspect of life we will always run into people that are out to make a buck and will do it through different means. Our job as patients is to listen to what we are being told, do a bit of research, seek several opinions then make a decision.

Will everything work out in our favor all the time no.

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Re: RSD!!! Ralph, Dorothy View Thread
Posted by Hope on 8/16/06 at 21:23

Lisa,

Ralph is so right!! I don't think I would have went to the ER if I had not read your post. I was just thinking it was all my meds doing that to me. I had no clue that I was dehydrated but Lisa you did see that and as the night was going on I was feeling much worse. I feel better now but not great but it was the smartest thing to do after I read it on here and it was the smartest thing for you Lise to put that on here because everythhing you had said was right on!! I just want to say thank you so much Lisa!! Please don't let any one scare you off of this site. We are lucky to have you and Ralph here.

Thank you both for being here for me and I will let you know what my PM will have to say tomorrow after my appt.

I'm so very sorry if you are havung trouble reading this post but I thought I would get through it brfow my Ambien woould have staraed
So. im reakky sorrry about that. Its bedtime for me!!
Take care
Hope

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Message Number 194816

tarsal tunnel can it be confused with PF( out of options View Thread
Posted by crishaun on 3/04/06 at 14:36

I have had nerve tests both and I was diagnois with PF but I believe that is taral tunnel and I had a normal reading on my MRI should I get a second opinion or what sign out of options

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Message Number 193773

metatarsalitis View Thread
Posted by char on 2/19/06 at 14:22

my nan has metatarasilitis does any one know what it is

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Re: Question along this same line View Thread
Posted by Dr. David S. Wander on 1/18/06 at 15:29

Non-believer brings up some excellent points. Although I don't agree with a lot of his views, since he basically states that podiatrists should no longer exist, he does have valid points regarding surgery centers. Surgical centers are definitely being over utilized and are popping up all over the place to allow physicians to collect the facility fee in addition to the professional fee for a procedure. No where is this more prevalent than the G.I. specialists and ophthamologists. With the increasing awareness of the importance of colonoscopies, the G.I. specialists began performing colonoscopies much more routinely than 10 years ago. They began to realize that they were only getting a couple of hundred dollars for the procedure, but the surgical centers and hospitals were getting the big bucks for the actual OR time. Therefore, the GI groups got together and opened their own facilities to allow them to make money from the procedure AND the OR fee. They actually were profiting much more from the OR fee than the actual procedure. The same holds true for the ophthamologists. They were doing 8-10 cataract surgeries a day and started to realize how much money that created for the surgical center or hospital. When they realized how much money they were "giving" away they got together and opened their own centers to make money from the OR and the procedure. Many years ago this was not a problem, because in order to open a new facility that contained operating rooms you had to provide the state or county with a certificate of need. That no longer exists and anyone can open an O.R. or surgery center. However, there is nothing wrong with the doctor making money on the surgical end and in the OR. Someone's got to make the money, so it might as well be the doctor. Where it DOES become a problem is when a procedure is being performed in the operating room JUST to make money, when the procedure could just as easily be performed in the office. I believe that's the case that was being exampled above regarding the injection under fluroscopy. The doctor was performing it in the OR, since he was making money from the OR fee, and the other doctor was doing it in the office, since he didn't have any financial interest in a surgical center.

Basically, if a doctor has ownership in a surgical center, I have no problem with the doctor receiving the surgical fee and the operating room fee, IF the procedure needs to be performed in an operating room. However, if the procedure can be done in the office, and is being performed at the surgery center simply so the doctor can make some extra cash, that is an abuse of the system and in my mind is a form of fraud and is a rip off of the system and is a conflict of interest.

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Re: Length of neuroma's View Thread
Posted by Ralph on 12/02/05 at 17:24

Todd,
You say that you don't have very much confidence in your doctor then why on earth would you continue treating with him? You wouldn't have a heart by pass by someone you didn't have confidence in, nor a cataract removed,
back surgery or even a mole removed.

Why on earth wouldn't you find a doctor you have confidence in? I think it plays an important roll in any medical procedure.

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Re: dr dellon Johns Hopkins View Thread
Posted by Linda A on 11/20/05 at 22:35

I have not seen Dr Dellon but i heard of him. Is he the plastic surgeon Lee Dellon? I had a sist removed from my hand by him (hand surgery is his specialty too). If this is the one you are referring to I may check him out.
I do have surgery scheduled Dec 2. I have so much pain I can't wait to have it done to get back to work.
I feel Dr Martaranna may be a good surgeon but have heard where people ended up with worst problems. I am very scared to mess with my feet (my job requires me to stand all day) because I fear it resulting in more problems. I have TTS, Plantar Fas., sist on ankle by baxter nerve, heel spurs bilateral. Are you a doctor that can help me quickly? I would be willing to go to Dr Dellon if he had an opening soon.

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Message Number 187803

Re: Why only Podiatrists? View Thread
Posted by Ralph on 11/19/05 at 13:50

I think what you are saying is right on the money. Doctors only treat what they know about, however, I personally think it's their moral duty
in their continuing ed programs to at the very least become aware of new procedures that are available.

The don't have to perform them, but they sure should know about them, who's doing them and be able to refer patients who ask about specific treatments to those doctors that can provide it.

Older doctors who have been doing surgery one specific way may not want to learn the newer techniques because it takes time and is out of their comfort zone, but they sure should know that newer procedures exist and who's doing them.

I'm treating for a lower back problem and have talked to several doctors.
Some do the old fashion techniques, others do a Micro surgery because they learned this newer technique and still other went on to add an endoscopic procedure to the things they can perform.

I think the same is true for some eye surgeries. Believe it or not there are some older doctors out there still using the oldest technique to remove cataracts while others have move on to the newer ones and use the newer lense inplants.

The older guys know who's doing what and a good doctor I think will tell you "I do an older procedure but Dr. So and So is doing a newer one. "I think you should see him before you decide to have surgery." The new techniques are actually better for the patient.

Continuing Education to me means keeping current.

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Message Number 186179

Re: should foot be flexed when taping View Thread
Posted by Ed Davis, DPM on 10/29/05 at 19:24

John:
There are two differnet issues you have brought up. One should never tape over the achilles tendon but rather feel for the back of the heel bone-- too high and the achilles gets bound and too low and one is missing the heel bone. Also, the tape should not go forward of the MTP (knuckle) joints of the foot so they can move freely. We often tape the foot in mild plantarflexion when an aggressive taping is needed. the idea is to have the tape on the heel with the strap known as the heel lock with the foot simply hanging limp over the table so that the plantar fascia is captured and held in relaxed position. That would be valuable for an overpronator who is going to do a 100 yard dash but especially in a patient with a high arched (cavus) foot who has plantar fasciitis but a very tight heavy central band which, the foot of which demonstrates minimal subtalar joint overpronation but a significant component of midtarsal joint oversupination. That is the patient who often has trouble finding orthotics that are comfortable and where there is much discussion and controversy of orthotic design. That patient often needs the orthotics made by capturing the foot with the subtalar joint mildly pronated and using a second hand to hold the midtaral joint in pronation while simultaneously pulling down on the first ray. The orthotics are often ordered with minimal arch fill on the positive casts, a more flexible durometer of material, additonal padding, a plantar fascial groove and a forefoot valgus intrinisic post. Unfortunately, the amount of audiovisual materials available to demonstrate this is meager. I will be at the 8th International Conference on Foot Biomechanics nad Orthotic Therapy in Vancouver, BC on November 4, 5 and 6 and see if anyone has produced any audiovisual material of value. The conference comes to the west cost about every two to three years. Its value is in the opportunity to interact with podiatrists from Belgium (who are really into computerized gait analysis) Canada, the US, UK, New Zealnd and Australia. The podiatrists from those countries perform less surgery, especially Belgium so they need to be good at foot and ankle biomechanics. The real guru in biomechanics that people from all over the world come to hear is Howard Dananberg, DPM of New Hampshire, who practices not that far from where poster Kathy G. lives.
Ed

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Message Number 185176

Excruiating Pain View Thread
Posted by Tara N on 10/19/05 at 17:43

Dear Dr.'s

Since 8/17/05, I have been diagnosed with tendonitis and I have two heel spurs in each foot. I have been seeing my foot dr. regulary. First she gave me the bandage with the cushion inside to raise my arches to wear in my shoes. That didn't help. Later she put me in a removable splint. That didn't help. Then, she put me in a cast. That didn't help. I can barely stand for five minutes without sharp knife-like pains going through my feet and left leg. The 800 milligrams of ibuprofen and the Loritabs do nothing for the pain anymore.

I am now waiting to receive orthodics which will come back in a week. I have begged for surgery, but the dr. wants to see how the orthodics work first. She wanted to send my to physical therapy, but I wouldn't hear of it, because I had been doing my own physical therapy of stretches and applying ice for some time now (due to this website). Bandaging my feet use to help, now it doesn't. I have to mention though, I am obese and have been working as a CNA for eight years. I know that walking on the hard floors in the hospitals and nursing homes can affect the feet. I am also bow legged. Please tell me that surgery will make all well, whereas, I could be normal again. I am only 39 years old.

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Message Number 176431

Re:GOOD FEET View Thread
Posted by SHERI N on 6/10/05 at 04:06

MAYBE IT'S JUST ME BUT I TOO HAVE TRIED VARIOUS RECCOMMENDATIONS AND THE ITEMS FROM GOOD FEET HAVE BEEN THE VERY BEST HELP. SO MUCH SO THAT I DON' EVEN DREAM OF GOING OUT WITHOUT THE VARIOUS STYLES. WHEN I 1ST PURCHASED THEM ABOUT 12 YEARS AGO THEY SOLD A "PACKAGE DEAL" THAT SUITED MY NEEDS EXACTLY. A HARD PAIR FOR AN ATHLETIC TYPE SHOE, THE BAREFOOT, CLEAR AND SOFTER VERSION OF THE ABOVE AD A VERY THIN BUT HARD SUPPORT FOR A DRESS SHOE WITH LITTLE DEPTH. THIS ALSO INCLUDED THE RUBBER INSOLE LINER. IN ALL THIS TIME I HAVE ONLY HAD TO REPLACE ONE PAIR BASED ON NEEDING A ONE HALF SIZE LARGER AND THE RUBBER INSOLES ARE STILL AS NEW. I DANCE AND THE CLEAR MORE FLEXIBLE PAIR ARE PERFECT FOR BALLROOM DANCE SHOES THAT OFFER NO PLACE FOR YOUR FEET TO EVEN MARGINALLY TOUCH THE BOTTOM OF MY FOOT TO THE INTERIOR OF THE SHOE. I WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO DO THIS ACTIVITY AT ALL WITH OUT A CLEAR PAIR OF VERY HIGH ARCHED INSOLE.
I HAVE A EXTREMELY NARROW FOOT (WHICH I HAVE SINCE BEEN TAUGHT THAT THE WRONG TRUE SIZE OF SHOE CAN KILL YOU AND THE RIGHT WIDTH CAN MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE IN THE WORLD).
I ALSO TRIED THE DOCTOR AND CUSTOM INSOLE. MISERY!
WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IS WHY THERE IS SO LITTLE DISCUSSION ON METARALGIA, MORTONS NEUROMA AND BALL OF FOOT PAIN. A TEAR TO THAT AREA IS WHAT BEGAN MY JOURNY TO RESOLVING MY CONSTANT PAIN. NEXT WAS DISCOVERING HOW HIGH MY ARCH REALLY WAS AND HOW VERY NARROW MY FEET ARE. THIS HAS TAKEN ME A LONG WAY IN RELIEVING MY PAIN, FINDING PROPER SHOES AND SOFTENING THE BLOW OF FIBROMALGIA.
BUT I AM STILL A BIT MIFFED ABOUT THE METERALGIA THING WHICH IS SO PAINFUL IT CAN LITERALLY MAKE IT IMMPOSSIBLE TO WALK FOR DAYS W/O MAJOR PAIN. HEEL PAIN SEEMS TO BE FAIRLY WELL COVERED. IS THEIR ANYONE OUT THERE WITH THE BALL OF FOOT PAIN I AM REFERRING TO? I FOUND MANY HELPS BUT NOTHING THAT RESOLVES THE ISSUE ESPECIALLY FOR DIFFERENT TYPES OF SHOES. THANKS FOR THE SUBJECT.
BY THE WAY, ARE THE LESS EXPENSIVE "ALZNER" LOOKALIKES TRUELY AS EFFECTIVE? AND WHERE AND WHICH TYPE ARE OUT THERE? A SIDE NOTE...I HAVEN'T HAD GOOD LUCK W/THE BIRKINSTOCKS OR DANSKOS EITHER, EVEN AFTER YEARS OF WEARING THEM FOR YEARS THINKING THE WERE MY SALVATION. AFTER THE MILLIONTH FALL I SADLY REALIZED MY FAVORITE SHOES DEFINETLY HAD MADE MY SITUATION EXTREMELY WORSE...LIVE AND LEARN...

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to: Ralph re: update needed View Thread
Posted by vince on 3/20/05 at 10:40

Once again I will state that I have no financial interest in ESWT. I am not a doctor. I was a patient who has had significant results from ESWT.
As far as my post being technical- I can discuss many subjects on a very technical basis. What subject would you like to discuss with me? How about we talk about what you think is causing the universe to expand at a faster and faster rate? Or we can discuss the effects on the economy of alternative energy in the personal transportation industry? Or maybe it's astonomy you're intersted in- have you done any reading lately about the Tarantula Nebula? Do you know where it is without looking on google? I don't think so. So please stop making wrong assumptions because of my technical posts.

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Message Number 171205

Re: metarsocunieform problem View Thread
Posted by ray on 3/14/05 at 21:35

im 9 mo out of open planter fascittis surgery still in some pain but is improving every day inch by inch now i just started physical therphy for my foot and sore calf due to alter gait NOW AT THIS TIME IS A METERTASAL PAD ADVISABLE AS IM RELEARNING MY GAIT AND THE WOMAN WHO TOLD ME I HAVE A WEAK METARASAL HEAD IS THE WOMAN WHO FITS YOU FOR ORTHOLIC WHARE THEY MAKE THEM NOT A DOC SHE THEN SAID THE METARASAL HEAD WAS SLIGHLY DROPING

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Message Number 169390

Re: Dorothy View Thread
Posted by Dorothy on 2/19/05 at 02:53

Julie ~

The Isabella website is www.IsabellaCatalog.com.
Their telephone number is: 1-800-777-5205.
They are at 2780 Via Orange Way, Suite B
Spring Valley, CA 91978

For just a few products they have listed that sound as if they would be similar to your books/spoken word recording: (Book) Dr. Yoga: A Complete Program for Discovering the Head-to-Toe Health Benefits of Yoga by Nirmala Heriza who is identified as "the hatha yoga cardiac therapist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and endorsed by Dean Ornish, M.D.;
(Book) Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life with the Heart of a Buddha by Tara Brach, Ph.D.; (Cassettes) Cancer as A Turning Point - by nine different authors; (Book) Broken Open by Elizabeth Lesser; (DVDs) The Flowering of Human Consciousness by Eckhart Tolle; and so on....

I have A Visible Wound; I have not yet read it.

Hope this helps.

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Message Number 162772

Re: Excellent News View Thread
Posted by denise g on 11/02/04 at 11:38

Today I went to dr. deland in nyc for a followup appt. I was upset because the incision was still discharging after 4 weeks a bloody looking substance. He said this is normal, that the incision heals from the inside out and that the discharge will continue for weeks, but not to be concerned.
I am still to use prescription silverdine cream and kep it covered. However I can walk freely. I am starating Phy. Therapy today.
Surgery apparantly was a succes no more pain in tarsal tunnel area so far and I hope forever. Still have some incision pain but it is now lessening.
Denise

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Message Number 159108

Re: Beware of 90% success rates View Thread
Posted by Ed Davis, DPM on 9/01/04 at 15:48

I am still puzzled as to why there are so many trying to "reinvent the wheel" when it comes to neuroma surgery. I could understand the need for doing so in plantar fascial release surgery. I would place my satisfaction rate with neuroma surgery at close to 98%. I just cannot see a reason to change to do something different. It is a simple procedure, with a few caveats but works almost all the time. My best guess is that if one is expereincing a lower satisfaction rate, then the real reason could be a flawed diagnosis. There just is not that much to the procedure.
Sometimes a mixed diagnosis exists, eg. plantarflexed metatarals (dropped) plus neuroma and need an orthotic afterwards or concomittant metatarsal elevation. Also, multiple interspace neuroma like pain can be due to early tarsal tunnel syndrome.

As far as "being aware," there are times to do so but there are things that almost always work, like getting rid of an ingrown toenail -- we can easily and honestly say 98% plus. I find a similar situation with Morton's neuroma. I would be aware of the "new" techniques for neuroma surgery that propose a "better" solution than the tried and proven techniques.
Ed

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Message Number 159099

Re: PF surgery in May...terrible pain now View Thread
Posted by Dee C on 9/01/04 at 15:13

Oh yes, this happened to me about a week ago. I decided to get a lot of piled up ironing done. Not a good idea! Just feeling a bit better this week. I was back down again. The other foot with the bunionectomy hurts as badly as the PF release one. Been really hard as my husband has been my only help and he is gone all day of course. No car either and no one around to call on. Maybe it's ok to get both feet done at same time to get it over with; but don't think I would do it again in my case. The month before the surgery May 28, '04, I had a cataract operation and am now soon to have the other eye done. It has been extremely hard to keep depression away.

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Message Number 156202

Re: hyaluronidase - Dr. Ed View Thread
Posted by Terri on 7/24/04 at 15:31

Why is Wyeth Pharmaceuticals no longer producing it? Is there a problem we should watch out for? I have an appt with my dr early next month and am planning on asking him if this would work for me as well.

Do most insurance companies cover the use or is it considered experimental?

I found this info on the web:

"Hyaluronidase (Wydase*) is a medical preparation of highly purified bovine testicular enzyme. The enzyme hydrolyzes hyaluronic acid, which usually limits diffusion by binding cells together. Thus, it is believed that hyaluronidase increases permeability and promotes the spread of local anesthetic. This accelerates the onset of akinesia, and also helps to reduce the increase in intraocular pressure that can be seen after peribulbar block. In 1986, hyaluronidase was reported in the literature to enhance the diffusion of ocular anesthesia, and since then, has been widely used in injections of local anesthesia for cataract surgery and other ophthalmic surgeries. In 1999, Wydase* was used in approximately 750,000 procedures.
In January 2001, Wyeth-Ayerst announced that it would not resume manufacturing Wydase*. The drug has been in limited supply since Wyeth-Ayerst voluntarily closed its manufacturing facility. Some Physicians are turning to compounding pharmacies to obtain hyaluronidase as an alternative to Wydase*"

Is it a human substance or bovine? What is a compounding pharmacy? If it is found to bind cells together, how then does it break up scar tissue?

Sorry for all the questions but it seems like answering one generates more.

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Message Number 155758

Re: 1st Metatarsal Avascular Necrosis View Thread
Posted by Dr. Z on 7/18/04 at 12:35

Hi
You ask very good questions. Here is another factor that could and probaby contributed to your current problem. The 2nd metataral bone is too long to start with. If this is the case then resection of the non healing bone and internal fixation could resolve the problem. Now if there is severe shortness of the first met then a bone graft either from the hip , or cadavar with internal fixation is needed. This is a very long post operative healing procedure 12 weeks plus in cast and possible non-weight bearing,
Where do you live? I may be able to refer or someone on this board may be able to refer to someone for an evaluation

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Message Number 154940

Tarsal Tunnel - Kinder Procedure (extra bone in foot) View Thread
Posted by Dee on 7/09/04 at 11:46

Two months ago I had the Kinder Procedure performed to remove an extra bone in my foot (under my big toe). My cast was placed on too tight and removed after 4 days. Since my surgery I have had problems with circulation - I could not keep my foot down longer than 5 minutes before it turned purple, went numb, and the ankle felt like it was going to blow up. I have been on Nuerotin and anti-imflammatory drugs - I am doing better. BUT I have the tingling on the inside ankle consistent with the tarsal tunnel and the bottom of toes are numb. I am being tested next week for Taral.
Has anyone ever had similar experience after Kinder Procedure?
Could Tarsal Tunnel be the result of this surgery?

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Message Number 154858

Re: To PF Veterans View Thread
Posted by Pauline on 7/08/04 at 13:18

John,
You may have experienced what is called a posterior vitreous detachment. This happens in older people due to the fact that the vitreous is becoming more liquid and as such its weight pulls against the retina and the fiberous material that makes up the vitreous. While it is somewhat common in older people the same condition also can exist in younger ones too.

I've interview some as young as 12. The condition can be related to an eye injury, extreme myopia or for unknown reasons.

While some people have no problems with PVD's others have tremendous problems one being retina tears, macular holes or many who are extremely myopic can be left with many dark or solid white densities known as vitreouos opacities more commonly called "floaters".

A highly myopic person will have many more of these and for some they are more than annoying they actually interfere with their daily living. A pilot for instance or someone looking at a computer screen or drawing paper all day or in a microscope would have a lot of difficulty. These vitreous opacities can and often do block a persons vision stuck in various parts of the remaining solid vitreous or they can also be moving jetting from side to side, up and down constantly bumping into one another on a regular basis with every eye movement.

One of the worst to be left behind following a PVD is called the Weiss Ring. This "floater", vitreous opacity, is one of the largest and most dense because it is the vitreous that encircles the optic nerve. That is where the vitreous material is the thickest. The entire thing comes off clean at times and when Opthologmist see a Weiss Ring they know immediately a PVD has occurred. The patient sees this floater as a large dense black moving spot hanging on what appears like a bungee cord, but is actually one or many of the fibers that make up the vitreous. It is almost always in constant motion swinging back and forth in a person's direct line of vision from its attached location somewhere at the rim of the back capsule.

I've spoken to many people that suffer with various eye problems having written stories for local media for the purpose of raising awareness and of course for raising money for research.

One gentleman I interviewd said he has so many floaters it's like looking through shaken snow globes. His condition and that of many others makes his day a living hell.

From my research and interviews, I've found out that many people simply brush "floaters" aside as a normal happening not realizing the difficulty many people round the world have because of this condition.

The highly myopic are usually the ones that suffer the most, however, since the development of Lasik surgery many post surgery patients now find themselves with major problematic vitreous opacities as do some cataract patients after lens removal.

Currently no simple or really safe treatment for this condition is available. In the most serious cases occassionally one will find a sympathic Retina Surgeon willing to perform a vitrectomy to remove the contaminated vitreous. This surgery carries with it high risks, one being blindness, thus the benefit of the surgery is heavily weighed against the risks. You will find most Retina Surgeons try to avoid doing FOV's (Floater Only Vitrectomies).

In addition to risks involved with the surgery itself, comes the probability of cataract formation within a year's time. That then leads to an additional surgery on the same eye, an artificial lens implant. Because not all of the vitreous can be totally removed any remaining pieces can and do break off following cataract surgery and the patient is back to square one again only this time there is no vitreous to support the dense opacities only thin aqueous fluid. The new floaters appear larger, darker and move faster.

So to end this post, I'll simply say that anyone who thinks people who complain about floaters are alike are mistaken. Many people suffer terribly on a daily basis, so much so that they have lost their jobs because of them. They also suffer a great deal of depression and anxiety because of the constant movement that they cannot turn off. If you have a family member or friend with this condition please try to understand there are "floaters" and then there are "FLOATERS". A hug and understanding goes a long way.

Currently in England research is under way to try and stop myopia from developing in the unborn fetus, while here in the states research is underway to try and keep the vitreous solid for life. Both these research projects are aimed at stopping eye problems before they begin.

I don't know how many of you know that myopia is the third higest cause of blindness in the world. If they are successful at stopping the elongation
of the eye they not only cure myopia, but a lot of other conditions as well.

My Medical Disclaimer:
I am not a Doctor. The above post is taken from over 2 years of my personal research on eye conditions for use in public media to raise awareness and support for eye rearch. It's purpose is intended to raise public awareness and anyone who experiences any condition similar to anything mentioned in this post should seek the advice of a medical doctor. Eye conditions of any kind should not be self diagnosed or self treated.

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Message Number 150761

Clarifying Heel Spur and Tailor's Bunion Surgeries message View Thread
Posted by Dee C on 5/18/04 at 15:06

I had written about having both surgeries the same day two weeks from now and had mentioned the Dr. said it would be OK. But after reading this message board about different aftermaths and long periods of healing with just the plantar fascitis surgery I got scared!! With the bunionectomy on the right foot and an "old way" PF surgery on the left, how do I get around? Haven't been able to talk to him this month because he is on vacation for the month. Has anyone else had both feet operated on at once and gotten through it? I live in a small apt. and just have my husband to help me in evenings when he gets home from work. I do not work anymore so don't have the problem of missing work. Would someone please give me their opinion before my pre-op with the Dr.? Should I tell my Dr. I want to do just one foot at a time even tho he says he thinks I can do it?? Am having cataract surgery in August and THOUGHT it would work out fine; but not sure now!!!

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Message Number 150753

Re: Interesting passage of new law View Thread
Posted by Pauline on 5/18/04 at 10:53

It's an interesting concept. Wonder how one makes up for all that extra education and training and goes right into Cornea transplants or Witrectomies without it.

Frightening to say the least. At one time Optometrist were not even able to dilate the eyes let alone remove someones cataract.

Personally I think it's a huge step in the wrong direction. Glad I don't live in OK.

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Message Number 150735

Interesting passage of new law View Thread
Posted by Pauline on 5/17/04 at 21:10

Wonder how much surgical training Optometrists have to do your next cornea transplant, cataract removal, or retina tear or macular hole repair? Something certainly to check on at least in Oklahoma.


Academy Fights New Oklahoma Law that Could Convert Optometrists to Ophthalmologists


April 30, 2004


WASHINGTON— The American Academy of Ophthalmology stands ready to fight the precedent-setting provisions recently signed into law in Oklahoma. With the signing of H.B. 2321 on April 28, optometrists are now permitted to perform eye surgery with scalpels. The bill, which passed both house and senate days after it was introduced, also contains provisions that allow optometry to self-regulate its members.

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Message Number 148678

Re: minimum invasion surgery for mortons neroma View Thread
Posted by Pauline on 4/10/04 at 21:53

For the same reason that newer and better techniques became available for Cataract operations.

Many older physicians also thought this was reinventing the wheel, however, the newer techniques have proven to be much safer,and have fewer complications than the original procedures. Gone are the days when patients layed in bed with sandbags following this surgery.

Thank goodness there are pioneers out there still willing to refine surgical procedures. More than that, however, thank goodness their are physicians will take the to learn them.

The latest research being done for lens replacement is the development of a liquid that will replace the artificial lens now being used in cataract surgery. It will harden and be multifocal. We may see human trials by the end of this year.

Research and newer techniques, may we never see them stop.

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Message Number 139799

Another question for Richard, C.Ped View Thread
Posted by Buck T. on 12/11/03 at 10:45

Richard: Did search on bunions and now don't know if I have one. Have no swelling anywhere around big toe -- no problems on side or top of foot behind big toe.

I do have callouses on what I call metataral area (ball of foot behind tig toe). Is this a bunion?

I am going to put you in my will for all your help. You won't get anything -- but as we say in Texas, it's the thought that counts.

Thanks, Buck

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Message Number 139281

mice - only in books! Other "scary" animals... View Thread
Posted by Suzanne D. on 12/03/03 at 17:19

I agree, Kathy! Mice in books can be adorable, but in real life - ugh! Stuart Little even made the big screen! I have a box full of mice books of all types which I read to my children at school. But I can't stand mice in the house.

Somehow, I've never associated squirrels with mice, even though I know the connection. When I was growing up, we had 24 big old oak trees in our yard. The squirrels would run up and down the trees, and my daddy would sit out in a chair in the backyard after work and watch them. He always found them fascinating. I guess because of that and also my elderly friend who I wrote about yesterday who loved them, I have just had a soft spot in my heart for squirrels.

Speaking of animals that people are often afraid of, today we had an assembly in the gym with a program presented by an animal education group. A man brought animals from different biomes to show the children and explain features and characteristics. He had an anaconda snake which frightened many of the teachers! Of course the children thought it was terrific. Actually, I thought it was beautiful. Now, don't misunderstand; I wouldn't want to run into one in the wild, but to see it held by an expert did not frighten me at all. He also brought an arctic fox which was beautiful as well, a cayman (sp?) which looked like a tiny alligator (of course they are cousins), and it looked so sneaky! He had a tarantula as well.

I'm probably strange, but none of those animals frightened me. However, one year he brought birds of prey, and I'll have to admit they made me a little nervous. I just don't want a bird landing on me. That has happened twice to me, and it wasn't fun!

Once we had a bird in the science lab across the hall from me, and for some strange reason it liked my voice. Seeing me, or just hearing my voice, made it start "talking" and chirping. In faculty meetings (held in the science lab), they had to cover the cage when I walked in. Once the janitors were cleaning the cage after school and my door was open, I said something, and it flew straight to me, landing on my shoulder.

Then last week, I went to a new store to get a necklace engraved, and the man has a bird. The door of the cage was open, and here came the bird - straight to my shoulder. I cringed, and the owner said, "Are you afraid of birds?"

I replied, "A little", and he took it to the cage.

He said, "She doesn't like you" to the bird, and I felt badly. I said that I didn't dislike it, but I didn't like one landing on me.

Sorry...I didn't mean to write a book!
Suzanne :)

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Message Number 133439

Re: Cortisone shot in heel. View Thread
Posted by john h on 10/10/03 at 13:16

Cindy: Here are a few comments from research on cortisone. This is not just in relationship to the foot but knee,etc:

1. How many injections are needed? "In spite of surrounding folklore, there is no specific limit to the number of cortisone shots that can be given. There is a limit to the amount of cortisone that can be given in one dose, even if injected into several areas of the body; this varies depending on the size and physical condition of the person."

2. How is cortisone effective? "Cortisone is useful in suppressing inflamation in the short term, and in the long term, dissolving scar tissue, stabalizing the body's defense, speeding the healing process, and is very effective in causing certain cyst to disappear. It does howeve, have a weaking effect on tendons (fascia) if injected directly into them. It can also soften cartlidge when injected into a joint."

3. Complications/Risk: "Over the past few years, doctors have noted many disadvantages to cortisone shots. Cortisone can cause progressive degeneration in the knee by destroying aticular cartlidge and tendons. It also lowers the body's resistance to infection and may cause cataracts and stomach ulceration. Physicians have become judicious about their distribution of cortisone to deaden knee pain." This item numer 3 is more in reference to knee injection but the tendon in the knee I would presume is much like the PF tendo.

It seem to me there are some wide differences among professionals on the use of cortisone. I do know that some of my friends who are on long term cortisone thearapy for arthritis develop the typcial rounded face and other symptoms associated with long term use. I would always ask my Doctor what is the risk of these shots if he were to recommend repeated cortisone shots as you need to arm yourself with knowledge as there are Doctors and there are Doctors.

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Message Number 128707

Re: MSM and Coenzyme Q10 may heal Plantar Fasciitis? View Thread
Posted by TonyD on 9/03/03 at 15:23

I appreciate your posting, Kathy. I AM a surgeon and believe in using supplements to safely promote healing. I'm scheduled for foot surgery myself in two weeks and put myself on a regimen very similar to the one you posted. In some studies, glucosamine has been found to be as helpful in pain relief as ibuprofen. Some supplements, as Brian mentioned, combine glucosamine and MSM. In my field (eyes), a national longitudinal study found benefit to using antioxidant supplements in slowing progression of cataracts and macular degeneration. It IS important to discuss with your doctor. Let us know how you do!

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Message Number 117389

Re: Kerig - how is it going View Thread
Posted by Kerig P. on 4/29/03 at 18:47

Hi Tara,
Wow, thanks for asking about me. It's great that someone is concerned, and it really helps me mentally! You're the best!

First off, I tried compression socks and unfortunately they didn't help (but they didn't hurt either).

I paid a visit back to our family doctor, who put me back on the Ultram. He said that it was unnecessary to deal with constant pain and that Ultram is not that bad to take many times a day. He also wants me to see another orthopedic surgeon, one that handles foot problems exclusively, for a second opinion for the TTS diagnosis and treatment. Of all the doctors I've seen for this, my family doctor has been the only one that I've felt completely comfortable with, and he genuinly wants me to get better and not just come back in a few weeks to just 'check on me'.

So that's where I sit. Again in limbo, but I feel a bit better that I'm going to make sure that the other OS's dignosis and treatment is correct.

In the meantime, I continue to excercise as the physical therapist had instructed me, which has helped in regaining more mobility. The plus side is that now with the exercise and the Ultram, I'm not in that constant 'figidty' pain that I was in for the last 6 weeks.

-Kerig

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Message Number 117228

Vitamins and supplements that may help with nerve problems View Thread
Posted by Sharon W on 4/27/03 at 16:16

Pam,

B12 is probably the vitamin most important to combat peripheral neuropathy, although B6 and several of the others are important too. I've lost the link so I can't include that, but I thought you might be interested in reading this info I found on the net (below).

Here's some interesting info from Holisticonline.com

"Applies to all neuropathy not just Diabetic"

"Vitamin E
People with diabetes have a higher than usual need for vitamin E, which improves insulin activity and acts as an antioxidant and a blood oxygenator. Research has shown that people with low blood levels of vitamin E are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes. Double-blind studies show that vitamin E improves glucose tolerance in people with Type 2 diabetes (NIDDM). Vitamin E was found to improve glucose tolerance in elderly non-diabetics."

"If you are taking an anticoagulant (blood thinner), consult your physician before taking supplemental vitamin E."

"Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
...Peripheral neuropathy is a known result of pyridoxine deficiency and is indistinguishable from diabetic neuropathy. Vitamin B6 supplements improve glucose tolerance in women with diabetes caused by pregnancy. ...1,800 mg per day of a special form of vitamin B6-pyridoxine alpha-ketoglutarate-improves glucose tolerance dramatically."

"Vitamin B12
...Vitamin B12 is needed for normal functioning of nerve cells."

"Oral supplementation may be sufficient, but intramuscular vitamin B12 may be necessary in many cases. Take up to 500 mcg of Vitamin B12 three times per day."

"Inositol
Inositol is needed for normal nerve function. Diabetes can cause nerve damage, or diabetic neuropathy. Some of these abnormalities have been reversed by inositol supplementation (500 mg taken twice per day)."

A"LA and GLA
Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) is a powerful natural antioxidant. It has been used to improve diabetic neuropathies (at an intake of 600 mg per day) and has reduced pain in several studies."

"Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), found in black currant seed oil, borage oil, and evening primrose oil, has been shown to be helpful for improving damaged nerve function..."

"Supplementing with 4 grams of evening primrose oil per day for six months has been found to reverse the cause of diabetic nerve damage and improve this painful condition. In double-blind research, 6 grams per day helps reduce nerve damage in people with both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes (IDDM and NIDDM).
Take 500 to 1,000 milligrams of any of these oils twice daily."

The above information is from Holisticonline.com

Sharon
.

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Message Number 113127

Re: Foot Pain & numbness View Thread
Posted by DRZ on 3/16/03 at 12:48

Hi

TTS is called taral tunnel syndrome. This is like carpal tunnel syndrome. IT is where the nerve is trapped in the inside of the ankle.
Neuroma is a pinched nerve in between the toes. All can cause numbness.

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Message Number 112542

Re: Bilateral hallux ridigus View Thread
Posted by Dr. Z on 3/11/03 at 11:39

Sorry . My typing hand should of printed Adjustment to the orthosis. A morton's extension could help you. This is where they place material under the first metataral-phalangeal joint to support the joint and reduce the load and motion at that joint

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Message Number 110491

Re: Pedobarograph assessment View Thread
Posted by Dr. Z on 2/23/03 at 13:48

Yes. This will help to evaluate your weight distribution starting with your heel and going forward to the metatarasl bones. The question is what are they trying to determine from this examine and if there is a weight distribution problem what are they going to do to correct this problem. This test is very helpful in the evaluation and management of diabetic ulcerations. This is a non-invasive test and will give more information about your foot. So get it and see what they say and what they can do. I hope this informatoin I have posted is helpful. Feel free to keep us updated

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Message Number 110126

Re: Ed View Thread
Posted by john h on 2/20/03 at 18:42

From all the early reporting of what might happen after a war it seems clear that probably an American General would probably be in charge for a short time.with swift movement towards control by the Iraqi people. That would be tricky because like in Afganistan there are various groups in Iraq that do not care much for each other and all need to be brought into a government. The structure for a government exist in Iraq which it did not in Afganistan. The U.S. in many of the reports I read would like for other countries to join in quickly to help restore some form of government. From all intelligence reports Saddam has already mined his oil fields with explosives to set them on fire which will present a problem for all Iraq. The U.S. plans do not include destroying the infrastucture such as bridges to only have to rebuild them again. As best as possible targets have been selected to minimize civilian casualities but it appears Saddam will place women and children in key installations using them as human shields. The main Iraqui army is expected to give up almost immediately. They have no Air Force and have already made their runways unusable. Their tanks are no match for the Abrahams tank which can stand off 20 miles and shoot them with radar and heat missisles. Apacahe helicopters can dispatch any tanks. It is expected that Saddam will retreat into a small area of Bagdad with the Republican Guard trying to force Americans into a house to house battle which will insure casualities. His thoughts are we will not accept casualities. The public may not have the stomach for casualities but let me assure you from someone who has been in combat our forces are willing to pay the price and will do what ever it takes. This is an all volunteer force and they have been training day to day in house to house battle. The wild card here is will Saddam use weapons of mass destruction? The top most Iraqui General defected some years ago to some country which may be the Netherlands. He has said he is in touch daily with sources in the military under Saddam and that there may be a coup rather quickly once the fighting starts. He does not think Saddam has any nuclear capability but more than likely would use biologial weapons such as Anthrax,Smallpox,etc. There is no doubt about the outcome of this war.
It is expected that some 10.000 precision missisles will be launched at key targets. They are accurate to within a few feet however you can expect about a 10% failure rate on the guidance systems so there will be collataral damage (civilian casualities). We posses weapons that will probably be used for the first time ever. One such weapon can knock out all communications,computers,telephones,etc by sending out high energy. This wll not hurt people but immediately Iraq will lose all command and control capability. Some of intelligence thinks many of the Iraq's commanding officers may not follow Saddams orders to blow up and set fire to his oil such as he did in Kuwait. There has beem a massive psychological campagine going on for months advising any Iraqui soldier who uses weapons of mass destruction will be tried for war crimes. Special Ops people are on the ground and have been on the ground for some time in Iraq. It is unkown if Saddam will run or fight to his death. Recently it has been reported that Iran will give him sancturary but Iran says no way. As you remember Saddam gassed the Iranians in their war. Iraq owes Russia billions of dollars as it does France so they have a dog in this fight. If fighting does occur I would not be supprised to see some countries change their position as they would be shut out after the war is over. The U.S. has no intention of using Iraqui oil for their personal use, It will become a resource of the Iraqui people. It will take American resources to help rebuild the fields if Saddam blows them up. Iraq is the second largest producer of oil behind Saudi Arabia so if tose resources are used for the good of the people with some sort of democratic system in place the quality of life of the people should be greatly improved over the long run. Remember that in that part of the world there is only one Democracy and that is Israel. Most of the oil wealth benefits only a few. The biggest problems I see is to bring the various factions in Iraq together to form a government as some are bitter enemys. Strange but it seems Dictatorships with their harsh cruel ways do not have to deal with this sort of problem. There are no Liberals,Conservatives,Democrats or Republicans in Iraq. Here is a supprise for you the well spoken rep to the U.N from Iraq (Tarik ?) is a catholic. Iraq unlike Iran is not run by the clergy. Bagdag has about 6 million people and is very widely spread out.
As I said it is expected Saddam would be expected to defend himself in only a small portion of the city and to try and inflict maximum casualities because he does not think we have the stomach for this kind of war. I would remind Saddam we took over a million casualities in Europe, 57,000 in Korea and 58,000 in Vietnam. When necessary people of all generations of Americans have stepped up when the bell rang and they did not run. We have some courageous young men and women sitting in the desert and ready to go. they will not fail us if called upon. War may still be avoided but it is up to Saddam. It is very simple just come clean and show the inspectors where what ever weapons he has are hidden or prove they were destroyed. We know they were there because we saw them when our last inspectors were kicked out. If he does not want war and he can stop it on a dime and everyone will be happy and no one more so than our military men and women. Our military men and women as have nearly all do stand solidly behind their Commander in Chief not because he is a Republican or Democrat but because he is the Commander in Chief and that is what military people do. Politics cannot be found on the battle field..

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Message Number 109882

Re: ESWT is Unnecessary and Explorartory View Thread
Posted by deb s. on 2/19/03 at 17:43

I was under general anesthetic and had not eaten since midnight the night before. My ESWT was done at 2 PM so I would think my stomach was empty.I guess I starated to vomit when they had to manuever me. Anyway, it was not a great experience. I believe at the time I had this done, my DR. was not aware of the TTS. After I had the ESWT I had an MRI. I almost think I should have had the MRI first. But, I'm not the Dr. I tried everything before having surgery. I would like to know how long it really takes before you feel like your old self. I used like to walk for excercise and that has stopped for almost a year. My problem came on suddenly. I remember exactly when it happened. And, I know this sounds strange, but it happened when I took a walk wearing new Nike gym shoes. I don't know if that had something to do with it, or was it the straw that broke the camels back. Thanks for answering me, any input you have would be greatly appreciated. I work on my feet and have been off since Dec. 30th, but I am hoping to get back soon. I'm not taking any pain meds. I developed an ulcer in October from taking Advil. So, it hasn't been easy. The Dr. put me on pain patches, which were almost useless, because one of the side effects was excessive perspiration and they would just fall off of me, even when we taped them on. Then I was on hydrocodine elixir, but that started making me sick, too. Fortunately, I can endure the pain and I have a tens unit that helps alot. I also have been icing it. I think I am concerned about keeping things under control once I'm back to work on my feet. Right now I am able to rest my foot alot. I have orthotics in my
Birkenstocks and will be getting them for my shoes as well. I've been noticing on this sight that there are some shoes that work better than others with Orthotics. Any recommendations?

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Message Number 109631

Re: Can someone help my 16 yr old son understand? View Thread
Posted by Julie on 2/18/03 at 03:57


Donna, I guess you feel that my post was way off base. But I still don't think it was. As Wendy says, 16-year-olds are not noted for their compassion. They are also not noted for self-awareness. I believe your son is in some emotional turmoil because you're in pain (and is rejecting that because it isn't how he wants his mom to be). And knows you want help, but he wants HIS feelings to be understood (it goes without saying that he doesn't fully understand them himself) and that if you could get him to articulate them you might be pleasantly surprised at the outcome. My hunch is that you'd have to be prepared for a lot of anger and other stuff to come out, which you might think totally selfish and unreasonable. And you would need to sit back and listen to it without accusing him of selfishness.

I'm speaking from personal experience (which may not be relevant). Over 50 years ago my mother began to have a lot of trouble with her vision (she had cataracts, but didn't know that until much later). I was 16, and thought she was going blind. It terrified me and I was confused and angry, and my feelings showed themselves in irritation and impatience with her whenever she stumbled or bumped into things. The worse she got, the more impatient I got with her. It sounds terrible, I know, and it was. But my family was one in which feelings weren't talked about, so nothing was acknowledged, and I was never asked why I was behaving so badly. I wish someone had talked to me about it and given me a chance to sort my feelings out and change. That didn't happen, and I was left with a lot of guilt.

It sounds from your description as though your son is intelligent and socially adept and aware. If that's so, it's very unlikely that he is simply being beastly - much as it may look like that to you right now. I think there is at least a chance that he would respond to some indication that you're aware of his feelings, and some effort on your part to accept and understand them. I know that's hard, when you're in pain yourself, but I urge you to try.

Another thing occurs to me - if he has been used to mom picking up after him all his life, he isn't going to turn into a helpful, self-responsible adult overnight. You'll need to negotiate, and Wendy has given you excellent advice on that score.

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Message Number 107323

Re: food feet/orthodics and pain View Thread
Posted by Richard, C.Ped on 1/30/03 at 08:34

A c.ped can easily add a metataral bar to your shoes. It is placed on the sole of your shoes and again, it allows you to keep pressure off the met heads while walking. You may or may not need this.

If it were me, I would make you a full lenght orthosis out of the material I use for my diabetic and severe foot pain patients.
Richard

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Message Number 103876

Re: orthotics View Thread
Posted by Sandy W on 12/23/02 at 22:06

all orthosis are made tapering the lateral arch down to the fifth metataral and that's where the problem lies. when the medial arch is
applied, it causes my foot to roll to the lateral side where there is no
arch support causing a great deal of pain under my fifth metatarsal head.
and also causes burning under the fourth metatarsal head therefore creating
a posible neuroma.

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Message Number 103802

metatarsal support View Thread
Posted by Sandy W on 12/22/02 at 20:52

where should metatarsal support fit? should it be under the metatarsal
heads or behind them. every time I have bought an insole with metataral
support in it, it sits directly under my metatarsal heads and can be
painful yet if i buy a smaller insole it doesn't seem to fit properly.

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Message Number 103195

Re: For Julie and others enjoy:*) View Thread
Posted by john h on 12/15/02 at 11:29

You may think I am an idiot but I always carry Mr. Spider outside when I find him in my home unless he/she is a black widow or brown recluse. a couple of years ago I found a giant tarantula in my front yard which is the one and only I have seen around here.

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Message Number 102479

Yankee pot roast View Thread
Posted by Kari B on 12/09/02 at 23:45

Hi all...
I noticed here that we needed another food topic.. (sorry, bad joke) but since I'm here and I read the moon pie thread for a long time and saw that many people really do know what they are (yes I have had them), I thought I would see if anyone has a really good recipe for Yankee pot roast. No, I'm not trying to place a locality on this topic lol... I once had a meal in a restaraunt called "yankee pot roast" which was the most delicious pot roast I have ever had and cannot seem to match it no matter what I try. It had a really thick gravy and the roast was so tender it was falling apart with veggies and everything you could imagine. They also served mashed potatoes with it. If anyone would like to share their favorite recipe for pot roast or has actually heard of what I am trying to describe... please share!! (If possible, include what cut of beef to use so as to get that fall apart tenderness). Thanks everyone! HUGS TO ALL!
Kari

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Message Number 93738

Re: The ups and downs View Thread
Posted by Jim C on 8/27/02 at 19:20

Hi Carrie,
I have following your posts with great interest as somtimes I can be very frustarated also. This is certainly a unorthodox condition, nothing seems to make any sence. Up one day and down the next with out what seems to be any cause. For me when I was first diagnosed my left foot was the really bad one with my right foot not having much pain, and after 3months having corrected the cause (bad shoes, increase in running milage and a weight gain), my right foot can at days be worse than my left...Who Knows... maybe F.H. has it right and this is more mental condition than physical, Perhaps this is Gods wrath for past sins, maybe praying should be apart of our treatment.

God Bless :-)

Jim

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Message Number 93197

since you bring up performance-related pay for football players... View Thread
Posted by elliott on 8/22/02 at 09:38


I think your comments apply more to baseball players, what with their stratospheric-dollar, long-term guaranteed contracts, but not as much to football players. I might've thought incentive-laden contracts are the way to go in football too, but please read this fascinating, albeit longish, interview with running back Edgerrin James (which someone just happened to email me a few days ago) for an alternative point of view. After that, another article on the pitiful state of baseball players' attitudes (also fortuitously sent to me a few days ago):

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ESPN
Over the Edge
By Edgerrin James with Dan Le Batard


Edgerrin James is the truth, and he'll give it to you undistilled. He doesn't much care whether you like how it sounds. You agree? Cool. You don't? He never knew you anyway. It's his truth, and it's non-negotiable, so he doesn't have much use for anyone massaging his message so that it gets out in a way that really isn't his way at all. That's why he does so few interviews. That, and he isn't real big on talk. He agreed to talk now because we allowed him to do so without a filter, just him talking to you -- the same raw, real way he did when he was on The Magazine's cover two years ago (Sept. 4, 2000).


What motivates Edgerrin James?
What follows are his words. In the fourth year of a seven-year, $49 million contract, James is unhappy with the incentive-laden nature of his deal, and says so with his usual honesty. After leading the NFL in rushing his first two seasons, James disappeared from public view after tearing knee ligaments in last season's fifth game. He hadn't said much of anything since -- to the media or to the Colts -- until he reported for training camp in late July. I interviewed him for three hours before he left for camp, from midnight to 3 a.m., while he worked out in the gym of his South Florida condo. Those are the hours he keeps in the off-season. --D.L.

***

Either way, one of us was gonna be mad. And it sure as hell wasn't gonna be me. My coach, Jim Mora, wanted me to just get the first down in a game against Detroit a couple seasons ago [Oct. 29, 2000]. Fall down and run out the clock. But I've got too many incentive clauses in my contract for that. Every yard is money, man. So I started laughing in the huddle when I heard what Coach wanted. And then I kept running past that first-down marker until I had my touchdown. And I heard a cash register ringing the whole damn way, too. Coach was mad as a mother, but how mad can your coach really be when you score a touchdown for him? I know the haters think that's selfish, and I understand that. But I've got a contract that forces me to be selfish. That's why I want to renegotiate. You want to change my attitude? Then change my contract. Because I lost $3.875 million in incentives last season when my knee exploded, and the haters weren't crying for me then.

Let the haters get down there in goal-line situations and feel what I have to feel to make my money, and then we can talk about selfish. Look at my hands, man. I dislocate my fingers during a play, and I pop them back into place on the field -- even though they are all messed up, like spaghetti -- because I need to stay in the game every play. I'm not going to the sidelines if there's money on that field. I'm always happy when we win, but I'm not gonna be as happy when we win and I get 40 yards as I'm gonna be if we win and I get 100. If it's a blowout and the choice is between staying in bounds and keeping the clock going, or going out of bounds and getting more carries, I'm going after my yards.

I'm sorry if you don't like it, but I'm not gonna duck and dodge the issue. I'm gonna give it to you raw. Worrying about incentives all the time, that takes away the fun. I've got to be looking at my stats all the time. I like this game, but I can't keep playing under these circumstances.

My body is gonna be all broke up when I'm done. How much are a person's legs worth? We're not the only ones making money here, you know? There are a whole lot of people making money off us, and they ain't risking their knees. I get hurt last season and miss a bunch of games, and I lose $3.875 million? Hell, yeah, that bothers me.

Look at these players who can barely walk when they're done playing. That's gonna be me, so I've got to squeeze everything I can out of this now. We're not guaranteed the money in our contracts like basketball and baseball players are. I ain't hating on nobody in baseball, but I know I'm speaking for every NFL player when I say it ain't right the best baseball player [Alex Rodriguez] gets $252 million and our best player, Marshall Faulk, just signed for $200 million less than that. Ain't no crazy 300-pounders trying to break no baseball player's legs. And Marshall's money ain't even guaranteed, man.

This is a temporary game, and I got a whole family I gotta hold up. A big family, too. Real big. I don't even know how many brothers and sisters I have. For real. Grandma had 13 kids, and a lot of them were boys and they had a lot more kids, so I don't know how many nieces, nephews and cousins I have, either. But I know they need my help, my money. That's why I've got the bankers at my house every Monday, telling me where every dollar is.

How many people am I supporting? I don't know. A lot. And my biggest fear in the world is going broke and having to depend on someone else again. You watch Tyson fighting, and he says he has to fight because he's broke, and that's flat crazy. I don't want to be chasing money the rest of my life. I don't want to be like my granddaddy, working all day at 77 years old and then dropping dead that night. I got a saying -- when your outgo exceeds your income, then your upkeep becomes your downfall.

But I got three brothers in jail for allegedly shooting into an occupied dwelling, and I'm always putting up so much bond money I should start me a bail bondsmen service. I don't want to see friends or family locked up, and I don't want to be a parent to everyone, but I gotta give the people around me what I didn't have.

We couldn't even afford to buy school pictures when I was young. I never celebrated Christmas. If I needed a bike, I'd steal it, repaint it and make it my bike. Merry Christmas. I want everyone around me to have a better life than that.


The Sept. 4, 2000, cover story.
That's why my Reebok contract is set up to give me more merchandise than money -- so I can call up anytime and have them send kids back home the kind of stuff I could never have. That's why I set up my foundation to give money to the Immokalee, Fla., Pop Warner league and high school. Y'all can join the James Gang at www.daedge.com.

I'm always around kids. Grownups, you have to hear their problems all day, but kids just want to have fun, and I always let them be themselves. They get yelled at and run off by the old people in our neighborhood, so sometimes I'll fill a van with Immokalee kids and we'll just roll. We stopped by Daunte Culpepper's house this off-season. The kids wanted to meet him, so I just drove up with a van full of them, rang his doorbell, and they got to hang with No.11. I took a bunch of them to Universal Studios in Orlando before training camp, too. We always stay at an Embassy Suites because the breakfast is free. I give each of the kids $20 apiece to run around on our trips, but they gotta work for it. I ain't giving them nothing for free.

I bought a rundown place in the main drug area in Immokalee and fixed it up so the kids have a place to chill. We call it the Fun House. I hooked it up. Video games. PlayStation. Xbox. Big screen. Pool table. Cards. Kitchen. I let the kids spray-paint it, too. Everyone was using Grandma's house, and she couldn't watch her stories on TV, so I had to get the kids their own place.

The crackheads don't mess with the stuff inside. They know it's mine, and they respect that, just like they respect my cars when I'm down there.

I go to the Fun House all the time. I got up there one time at like 4 a.m., and it was empty. When I woke up a few hours later, there were kids sleeping all over the floor. They didn't want to wake me up with the video games, so they just went to sleep around me and waited.

I know there are a lot of people who don't want me hanging there, but nobody is going to tell me who my friends should be, not when my friends were around before the Colts, the NFL or anyone else. I'm always surrounded by people who would go to war for me.

I missed voluntary camps and a mandatory training camp this off-season, and people thought it was because I was mad at the Colts about my contract, or mad at the team doctors. Man, I don't want to be traded. I'm cool with the Colts. I'm just a lot more comfortable in South Florida than anywhere else. I needed to be in a comfortable place rehabbing my knee. I was already mad I was losing out on all that money, and I didn't want to be reminded of it every day, limping to meetings, moping, getting asked a thousand questions by reporters.

My doctor, my physical therapist, my friends, my school, all my people are in South Florida. Why do I need to be anywhere else? I've been in rehab incarceration for the past eight months, and I wanted to stay close to the people I trust. And voluntary means voluntary, man. If your boss made tomorrow voluntary, you might not damn well go to work either. You want to fine me for missing a mandatory camp? Fine me. I'll pay you to let me stay home. It's worth it to me. I needed to let my physical therapist put me back together, to get my body and mind right.

If camp had been around the corner from South Florida, I would have been there. But I hate to fly. I hate it so much that, if Coach Dungy lets me, I'm gonna buy a bus so that when we play in Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Tennessee this season, I can just roll back into Indianapolis instead of getting on a plane. When I'm done with this game, I ain't flying nowhere. I like being in control too much. That's why I won't even get on a roller-coaster when I take the kids to Disney World.

Fly up to Indianapolis for what? To stand around? I get paid for playing. I don't get paid to watch. If I can't play and give it my all, it kills me to just stand there. And what good is 100% attendance at those camps if you lose? I'm about producing. All that other crap you're going to get mad at me for, you can have all that. I ain't hurting no one. I'm married to being free. I led the league in rushing my first two years, and it's because I worked real hard, not because of no voluntary camps.

You want to accuse me of being a bad teammate? During the off-season, you can label me a bad teammate. But come season time, there's no way you can consider me bad unless you have a grudge. I work my ass off, but it's going to be on my schedule. I'm always in the gym at 2 a.m. during the off-season. I got a friend in Immokalee who can turn on the lights at a field, and I was always calling him all off-season at midnight, 1 a.m., 2 a.m., so I could run routes and work on my cuts. The Colts know how hard I work. They know what kind of person I am. You can test me, and you can test everyone else on the team, and I guarantee you I'll be at or near the top of everything. Those tests don't lie. They'll tell you how hard I've been working.

When reporters were coming down from Indianapolis, thinking I was mad at the Colts, where did they find me? At the gym. Always. But I didn't do interviews. There was nothing to talk about. They want to make something out of nothing. It's not my job to babble. That doesn't bring in cash and doesn't heal torn ACLs.

I'm guaranteeing you I'm coming hard and prepared this season when I come to ball, and you can throw all that other crap out the window.

I know Peyton [Manning] says I should have been there at the camps with the team last season, but me and him are cool on this. Peyton is a good guy, a team player. I got no problems with Peyton. This won't be a big deal. I'm going to do my own thing, regardless. I make my own decisions. The NFL isn't making them for me. You think that just because I'm in the NFL, I'm going to let someone else make me uncomfortable?


He's still Real & Raw.
I stuck to my routine, and I'm way ahead of schedule now. I'm going to tear the league up.

I know I'm going to be just as bad as I was. I know it. Failure isn't an option. It's not like I've been down in South Florida drinking piña coladas. I'm not out there partying. This is not a year to party. That's not common sense. I don't take a sip of anything from Memorial Day until the last snap of the season. My life during the season is being at the practice facility, then coming home and waiting to be at the practice facility.

This is an easy-ass game for me, too easy. The only way for me to get stopped was some bulls--- injury. It got to the point where I was coming home after running the ball 20, 30 times in a game, and I wasn't even sore. I'd come home on Sundays after games and play basketball for hours with my friends. Believe that.

High school, college, the pros, it has all been the same. Work hard, practice hard, same results. It's just a little faster and more detailed at this level. But I'm a little faster and more detailed at this level too. After a while, you don't even have to study that hard. Practice is so long, drawn-out and boring that I'll start doing push-ups in the middle of it. I wish I could have headphones out there or play Tetris on the GameBoy. You can only study so much. It's basic, the same old stuff. The only mistakes I make are from being bored.

That's why playing flag football with my boys this off-season was so much fun. It felt new. It was all over TV, and I got criticized for it, but I was testing my body, cutting, running around for the first time in months on my knee. I was having it taped on my camcorder and studying it. I knew my knee was okay when I started dunking again in basketball.

There was nobody at the flag football games at first, but then people found out and the crowds and reporters came. It became a big deal, and I had to quit before the championship game. We lost, but I can't be disrespecting Mr. Irsay and Mr. Polian [the GM]. I think Mr. Irsay is the coolest owner in the league, and he didn't want me out there. I think you can get hurt any old way, playing flag football or walking across the street, but everyone looks at things differently than I do.

My relationship with my Colts teammates is cool. It's not like college, when it was super tight, rooming together, eating together, borrowing each other's cars, but it's cool. A lot of my teammates on the Colts are married, and that's why I'm always around the guys from the University of Miami. They're real hungry in college. I want to be around people like that. When you get older, that hunger is gone. But those guys at UM are starving. I miss those days.

I still got my Impala, though, in Hurricane orange. The 1975 one has nitro in the back, but I haven't used that yet. It scares me. And I lost my driver's license speeding back and forth to Immokalee, so I won't be testing the nitro out anytime soon. I had to take a $150 cab ride to get to training camp [in Terre Haute, Ind.], but now I'm ready to ball again. The only thing I don't like about football right now is my contract situation. Incentives -- I would never, ever do that again.

But I've got my incentive now, man. It's time to have fun and get paid.

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N.Y.T.
The Season That Wasn't
By WILLIAM BERLIND


Inside the soundproof den of his Gramercy apartment, Mike Piazza shows off his $70,000 Krell stereo. It's 2:30 p.m. on a midsummer Wednesday, almost time to go to work. In the kitchen his girlfriend and the woman who doubles as his personal assistant and housekeeper are absorbed in the World's Strongest Man competition on ESPN.

The style of the apartment is sleek and modern. Except for two samurai swords hanging in their sheaths next to the fireplace, the place could pass for a business-class airport lounge. In the small, dimly lighted den I am sitting in a deep plush tan chair; Piazza is in another. He commands the entire setup on a touch-sensitive computer screen alongside his chair. The 110-inch projection TV lights up and George C. Scott is standing in front of a huge American flag. It's ''Patton,'' Piazza's favorite movie in the whole world.

He scrolls through the scenes on the DVD. Suddenly we're in the German bunkers. ''Captain Steiger, follow me,'' the subtitle reads. ''Kommen Sie, Steiger,'' Piazza says under his breath.

Patton moves on to a battlefield in Tunisia, where we find the general on a bluff proudly surveying the obliteration of Rommel's 10th panzer division. Piazza's subwoofers growl with artillery fire.

''Patton'' is Piazza's kind of movie -- straightforward, action-packed and morally succinct -- and Patton is Piazza's kind of guy, a warrior with intellectual panache. ''Patton's whole theory was roll up your sleeves, quit whining and go get some work done,'' he says a little later in the chauffeured S.U.V. that takes him to Shea Stadium. ''He symbolizes what I think this country was built on.''

Piazza goes on in this vein. This is a subject he likes. ''After you're done watching 'Patton,' you're moved, you're inspired,'' he says. ''How many films give you that today? After that movie I feel so many things. I feel patriotism. I feel nationalism. He was so focused and disciplined. He's a true leader, and I would be proud to fight for him.''

Piazza wants baseball to be more than a game and to become for baseball what Patton was for war. He wants the game to be noble, heroic and real. The problem for the New York Mets, for whom he is the best player, is that Piazza wants to be led by a Patton, not be a Patton.

Piazza, in fact, rarely displays the emotion that people want from him. His intensity is vast but private. When Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens was due to make his first plate appearance at Shea since he chucked a broken bat at Piazza during the 2000 World Series, Piazza refused to share in the outrage. When a New York Post item implied that he was gay, people expected a blowup. Even his own father, Vince, was out for blood. (''I wanted to go after the guy,'' Vince says.) But Piazza simply called a news conference, said he was not gay and let it pass without visible anger.

''People seem to think that I'm this charismatic, flamboyant guy,'' he says. ''They want me to be more animated. But I don't feel comfortable getting into it.''

For a brief time last season, Piazza found his element. This was when baseball resumed after Sept. 11, and the Mets, who had been underperforming all season, were in the middle of a tear. The pictures of Piazza's face plastered onto the backs of the tabloids, his lips tightly pursed and his eyes narrowed beneath the brim of an N.Y.P.D. cap, were symbols of determination, persistence and humility. All the qualities that made him seem somewhat remote in normal times suddenly became noble and dignified. ''People responded,'' he says, ''because it was genuine.''

Now the Mets find themselves back where they were before Sept. 11, and the game itself is in even worse shape. The entire season has been played under the dark cloud of a player strike. Longstanding suspicions about steroids burst into headlines after startling admissions by two former players. Even a hard-to-mess-up custom like the All-Star Game devolved into a farce when the commissioner called a tie after the contest had drifted into extra innings.

All this brings out another quality in Piazza that is rarely glimpsed -- a defensiveness on behalf of his fellow players and on behalf of a game that he says he believes is under siege. For most of the players, labor negotiations are an abstraction, but for Piazza, the players' struggle to earn what the free market will bear is personal, resonating with his own struggle to gain acceptance as a baseball player, to withstand accusations from scouts, coaches and even teammates that he only made it because he had a rich father who knew the right people.

''I don't get it,'' he begins in typical Piazza fashion, a tone that suggests that what he really doesn't get is how other people don't see things his way. ''It's just amazing to me that people think we're striking just to make more money. I appreciate the money and the lifestyle, but it's not the reason why I play. If you take everything away from me I would be able to put a roof over my head and food on my table. I'd do something. I wouldn't sit around and moan about guys who are making money.''

He's on a roll: ''And then people will read this and say: 'Oh, how dare you, your dad was rich. Blah. Blah. Blah.' I'm sick of that. There's a lot of opportunity out there. Go and make it. I give 100 percent to what I'm doing. I'm not going to apologize for what I make. That's not what this country is about. As players, we're fighting to make what the market will bear. We're centurions for the American way.''

Piazza's conservatism -- he describes himself as a ''a moderate libertarian who likes to debate'' -- comes from the same place that his talent and drive come from: his father, Vince. During Piazza's childhood, Vince, a high-school dropout, was building what was to become a $100 million empire of auto dealerships. So Piazza grew up in the kind of house that most ballplayers live in after they make it.

It was Vince's all-consuming passion that his son Mike become a baseball star. Piazza has four brothers, but Mike demonstrated the most athletic potential, and so he got all the attention from Vince. ''I really started focusing on Mike,'' Vince says. ''It got to where we'd be playing ball at the local park, and Mike would keep on batting, and the other sons would be in the outfield saying, 'Hey, what about us?' ''

When Piazza was 11, Vince constructed a batting cage in their backyard in suburban Philadelphia. Piazza came home from school and hit hundreds of balls every night. ''It became like an addiction to me,'' he said.

Because of baseball, Piazza rarely hung out with friends or went on dates. He missed his high-school prom to play in a baseball game. Everything he did was about making himself a better player. Watching the TV miniseries ''Shogun,'' he was taken with the intense discipline of the samurai warriors and looked for ways to apply it to baseball.

Piazza was a star first baseman in high school, but pro scouts didn't think he was strong enough. So he enrolled at Miami-Dade Community College and played a season there. Then Vince placed a call to Tommy Lasorda, his old Philadelphia buddy, who was also at that point deep into his tenure as manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers. The team drafted Piazza in the 62nd round, the 1,390th player taken in 1988.

The 62nd round is baseball oblivion, a spot for wild shots in the dark and courtesy picks. You could be drafted in the 62nd round. But Piazza reported to camp determined to be a major league player. He bulked up and switched to catcher, a position he'd rarely played before but one where good hitters are scarce.

Piazza thrived in the Dodger farm system and got called up in 1992. In his first full season with the Dodgers he hit .318, drove in 112 runs, hit 35 homers and was named National League rookie of the year. Piazza played a total of seven years for the Dodgers. He became Mr. L.A. He lived by the beach, jammed with rock bands and used the word ''dude'' a lot. But he never quite shook the label of ''Tommy's boy,'' and after Lasorda was eased out of the Dodgers organization, it wasn't long before Piazza found himself traded -- briefly to the Florida Marlins and then to the Mets.

Piazza's arrival in New York was supposed to mark a new era for the Mets, one in which they might finally achieve equal footing with the Yankees. With the help of his hitting, they reached the National League championship series in 1999 and then the Subway Series a year later. But the team has been in almost constant flux. Only four players -- Edgardo Alfonzo, Al Leiter, Rey Ordonez, and John Franco -- remain from his first Mets team, in 1998. Piazza's personal life has been similarly unsettled. He has lived in three different places since he has been with the Mets -- a five-bedroom spread in New Jersey, an Upper East Side apartment and now a duplex in Gramercy. He intends to move again soon.

He has dated a few different women but has never come close to settling down. His previous girlfriend was a Playboy Playmate whom his agent introduced him to at a nightclub. His agent also introduced him to his current girlfriend. ''My agent is kind of like an icebreaker,'' Piazza says.

His unwavering passion, baseball aside, is hard rock. The mere mention of Led Zeppelin or any metal act invariably sends Piazza into a frenzy of air guitar. ''I started to listen to AC/DC when I was about 14, and it just hit me in the face,'' he says. ''Power chords. Three-chord progressions. It was good driving, aggressive, motivation music. Sabbath. Slayer. AC/DC. I just totally bought it. I grew to love it. I still love it. It's like Beavis and Butthead. I'm 34 years old but I love metal like the day when I first heard it.''

When Piazza wakes up, typically around 11:30 in the morning, there's barely enough time to eat lunch or run an errand before he must be at the stadium, three and a half hours before the start of each night game. At 2:45 Piazza's driver pulls up outside his apartment in a large black Chevrolet Suburban. They take the Midtown Tunnel toward Shea, making it through just before rush hour.

It's an unbearably hot weekday afternoon in Flushing as the Mets begin preparing to play the Philadelphia Phillies. The Mets are way back in the standings, a dozen games behind the surging Braves. Their play has been erratic and at times unprofessional: popped-up bunts, missed signs, bats flying into the stands, apathetic trots to first, dropped balls, missed cut-off men and base-running blunders that would get a little leaguer benched.

During the off-season the team's bickering owners, Fred Wilpon and Nelson Doubleday, retrofitted their lineup with pricey stars. In came Mo Vaughn, Jeromy Burnitz and Roberto Alomar, gifted players with dubious reputations. They, along with a slew of lesser acquisitions, have made for a team of strangers, one that, more than most, could use a clubhouse leader to pull together.

Piazza gets to his locker around 3:30. He's in sunglasses, shorts and a gray Quiksilver T-shirt. He takes a seat on a white folding chair and begins to change into his practice uniform. A few of the guys are already there, but Piazza keeps to himself, and they do the same. Burnitz is slumped at his locker leafing through a Newsday. Utility outfielder Tony Tarasco, moody and dreadlocked, is sprawled on a black leather couch, engrossed in ''Planet of the Apes'' on a big-screen TV suspended from the ceiling.

Next to Piazza, Alomar is also getting changed, but they don't say anything to each other, not even hello. Alomar has been a perennial All-Star second baseman, and the Mets expected him to become a significant part of the team, another star to pair with Piazza. Alomar lives alone in a Long Island City condo, and whenever he gets a chance, he flies back to his home in Cleveland, which is crammed with posters and paintings of himself. Earlier in the season, outfielder Roger Cedeno tracked down a picture of Alomar's rookie baseball card and taped it up in his locker. When he saw it, Alomar flipped, and they nearly came to blows in the dugout before the game.

Piazza gets up and walks back into the training rooms to receive his daily massage. The players stay at Shea for eight hours every game day but only three or four of those are spent actually playing baseball. The rest of the time is spent warming up on the field or hanging out in and around the clubhouse. The clubhouse is designed to help the players relax and bond -- a cross between a frat house rumpus room and a Chuck E. Cheese's. But in the weeks I spent around the Mets, I witnessed little bonding amid the tubs of Bazooka bubble gum, packets of sunflower seeds, boxes of doughnuts, bags of chips, bottles of soda, beer, Gatorade, M&M's, Hershey bars, Power Bars, ice cream, pizza, pasta, ribs and macaroni and cheese.

In the windowless rooms, in which the air-conditioning is always on full-blast, the flickering blue lights give the players a pasty, somewhat sickly aspect as they watch TV, play John Madden's video football on Nintendo 64, read tabloids, get massages and eat -- the narcotizing rituals that prime them for the game of baseball.

Timo Perez saunters by Piazza on his way to the training room.

''Timo,'' Piazza says as they high five. ''Mike,'' Perez says.

Perez is a merengue nut from a small town in the Dominican Republic, and after playing four seasons for the Hiroshima Carp, his Japanese is much better than his English. But even if he and Piazza spoke the same language, they might have a hard time holding a conversation. There are 25 Mets; 8 are from outside the United States. Of the Latin players, only Alfonzo, Alomar and Cedeno know enough English to be comfortable speaking to the media. There are other divisions, too -- between guys like Al Leiter, Steve Trachsel and Piazza, who grew up in the suburbs, and Grant Roberts, Burnitz and David (Stormy) Weathers, country boys through and through. Satoru Komiyama, a relief pitcher from Japan, seems to speak only to his full-time translator.

Piazza changes into his practice uniform and heads out to the field to stretch, a low-impact affair, about what you'd expect just before nap time at the sanitarium. For all the talk of steroids, strength training and even basic fitness are alien to many of the players. Vaughn doesn't seem to have hit the treadmill in years, and Alfonzo is quite possibly the world's oldest-looking 28-year-old.

On the field, Bobby Valentine, the Mets' manager, watches intently as Piazza takes batting practice. The manager and his star have at least one powerful thing in common -- they are both Lasorda guys -- but this doesn't seem to have made them particularly close. Valentine is a complex character, a twitchy, troubled Goofus to Joe Torre's impassive Gallant. Valentine prides himself on his baseball knowledge and likes to make sure nobody ever forgets that he's managing. In years past, it was speculated that his constant interventions made it hard for a team leader to emerge and take on the role that Keith Hernandez played for the great Mets teams of the 1980's.

This season, however, perhaps as a reflection of big-league managers' increasing difficulty of motivating and directing their players, Valentine has taken a step back. He has been quieter and more deferential, defending his slumping players to the media. But no leader has stepped forward. On that subject, Valentine offers only a rote endorsement of Piazza. ''Mike carries this team, without a doubt,'' he says. ''Players look up to him. They can count on him playing well.''

Stretching and batting practice are over. Piazza returns to the clubhouse and changes into the uniform that he will wear during the game. He casually chucks his dirty uniform, his pants, shirt and jock into a large hamper being wheeled around by one of four clubhouse attendants.

As game time approaches, the 20-odd beat reporters begin to migrate upstairs to the press box, leaving the players in their own private universes of junk food and mass entertainment. Vaughn and Tarasco put on headphones. Burnitz, looking sad, takes a seat back on the couch and stares blankly at the day-old loop of highlights on ESPN.

There is virtually no conversation, no evident camaraderie, no locker that everyone gathers around, just 25 guys slowly putting on matching shirts and pants. Piazza, alone with his great spread of gear, is lost in his own thoughts, listening to the Zeppelin riffs in his head.

tarting some time around the All-Star break, the Mets' season began to turn around a bit. Though the National League East title had already been conceded to Atlanta, the offense was perking up and a wild card seemed like a realistic possibility. The worrisome thing now was the impending strike. Or at least worrisome to fans. The Mets themselves seem entirely unfazed.

I meet Piazza at Pete's Tavern, a bar near his apartment. Piazza arrives in surfer shorts, a blue T-shirt, sandals, sunglasses and a gray cap. He sits down in a booth with one leg up on the bench and orders a pizza burger and a Diet Coke.

Piazza is proud of his ability and his hard work, and he enjoys the money he gets for them. He likes to eat well, and he likes his high-end audio equipment, but he also wants to be taken seriously as a regular guy.

''I enjoy being laid back,'' he says, as if being laid back were an activity. ''People will ask me, friends of friends, 'Can you go out to lunch?' 'Can you go out to a mall?' 'How do you know if people like you for you?' It's like this vision repeating in my mind, people asking me these things. 'It must be hard for you.' '' He gives me a sharp look. ''What's hard for me?''

As a baseball player, Piazza has an almost superhuman ability to focus, to be single-minded, to not get distracted. It is what makes him so good. But it also makes it hard for him to understand other people -- it bothers him that everyone else is so easily distracted, that the world is not rising to the level of rigor and discipline that he and his father set out.

He told the following story as an example of standing by your team and being a real fan. Two years ago, when the Mets were trying to sign Alex Rodriguez, the brilliant shortstop, Piazza quipped to a reporter: ''We should send the guy some flowers. Does 1-800-Flowers deliver on weekends?''

Sure enough, a 1-800-Flowers employee read the remark in the tabloids the next day and eventually got in touch with Piazza through the team.

Most players would have blown her off, but Piazza called her back. Not only that, he gave the woman his cellphone number and encouraged her to call, which, of course, she did. It turned out that both the woman and her mother were huge Mets fans.

After a tough extra-inning loss to the Phillies at Shea, Piazza got a call on his cellphone from this woman, whom he had never met. ''She was at the game, and she left me this message,'' he says. He remembers exactly what she said, too. ''She was like: 'It was a great game. You guys really battled hard. So don't be mad. We still love you. You're still our guys.' ''

The entire message is coming back to him. '' 'We still love you,' '' Piazza says, continuing the woman's message. '' 'Don't be mad. You battled back. I know it's frustrating, but we're still behind you no matter what. Real fans love their team no matter what.' It was so innocent and so refreshing.''

This relationship seems to carry vivid symbolism for him. It's not one with a teammate or his manager, but just one loyal, anonymous fan out there with whom he has played phone tag.

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Hey, weren't we supposed to be talking about health care?

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The technician said "all clear"; no circultion problems.
So, still searching for the cause of my wierd TTS...
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Re: http://zyongfu.3322.net Pharm Chemical Product: Pioglitazone 99% Dobutamine HCl USP24 Omeprazole USP24 Ramipril USp24 Sulpiride 99% Chloroquine Phosphate BP98 Pizotifen CP2000 Sildenafil Citrate 99% Halcinonide CP2000 Dextromethorphan HBr USP24 Proglumide CP2000 Benzocaine USP24 Tolbutamide BP98 Sulfathiazole Sodium BPV2000 10 DAB III 99% Avermectin 95% Ivermectin EP2000 Nilestriol CP2000 Thiodipropionic Acid Loratadine 99% Minoxidil USP24 Galanthamine HBr CP2000 Sibutramine 99% Phentolamine Mesylate 15% Rifampicine BP98 Oxybutynin HCl USP24 Amoxapine USP23 Artemether CP2000 Sulfamethoxypyrazine CP95 Sulfadimethoxine Sodium 98% Sulfadoxine USP23/BP98 Atropine Sulfate USP24 Gibberellic Acid 90% Oxytetracycline BP98 1H-Tetrazole 99% Alprazolam USP24 Chlortetracycline HCl BP2000 Cephradine CP2000 Carvedilol 98% Rifabutin USP23 Rifamycin S /S Na /SV Na Tobramycin USP24 Florfenicol 99% Natamycin (Pimaricin) 93% Oxaliplatin 98.5% 7-Ethyl-10-Hydroxy camptothecin 99% Trenbolone acetate USP24 Trenbolone MP: 170&#8451; Min Nandrolone 98% Boldenone BP98 Mestanolone 99% Methandrostenolone USP24 Nendrolone decanoate 97% Nandrolone phenylpropionate Oxymetholone USP24 Stanozolol USP24 Testosterone USP24 Testosterone propionate USP24 Testosterone Phenylpropionate Testosterone Decanoate BP98 Methyl testosterone USP24 Testosterone Phenylacetate Testosterone enanthate USP24 Epiandrosterone 99% Somatropin (rhGH) EP98 Stanolone 98% Androsterone 99% 1,4-Androstadiendione 98.5% Estra-4,9-diene-3,17-dione Estrone USP23 Estradiol USP24 Mifepristone 5&#945;-Androstan-3,17-Dione 5&#945;-Androsten-3&#946;,17&#946;-Diol 5&#945;-Androstan-3&#945;,17&#946;-Diol 19-nor-4-androstenedione 98% 19-nor-5-androstenedione 98% 19-nor-4-androstenediol 98% 5-androstenedione 98% 5-androstenediol 99% 4-androstenedione 98% Dehydroepiandrosterone 99% 4-androstenediol 98% Sildenafil Citrate 99% 16-Denyprasterone Acetate Canrenone 98% Hydrocortisone USP24 Hydrocortisone Acetate USP24 Cortisone Acetate USP24 Progesterone USP24 Hydroxyprogesterone caproate Pregnenolone 99% Dehydroepiandrosterone acetate (DHA) 99% Clomiphene Citrate USP24 Tamoxifen Citrate SUP24 Androstenone 98% Nilestriol CP2000 Colchicine CP2000 10-DAB III 99% Baclofen USP24 Paracetamol BP98 Vitamin B12 Tramadol HCl EP2000 Doxycycline Monohydrate USP24 Doxycycline HCl USP24 Streptomycin Sulfate BP98 Lomerizine HCl 99% 5-HTP 98% Estradiol Valerate CP2000 Pravastatin 98--102% Oxaprozin JP13 Etoposide Sodium Saccharine USP24 2-Amino Pyrimidine Meglumine USP24 Clomiphene Citrate USP24 Tamoxifen Citrate CP2000 Idebenone 98.5% Colchicine CP2000 Bisoprolol Hemifumarate CP2000 4-Hydroxycoumarin 98% 2-Amino-6-Chloropurine 99% Sodium Phenylbutazone 98% Paromomycin Sulfate USP24 Primaquine Diphosphate BP88 7-Keto DHEA Galanthamine HBr CP2000 Levamisole HCl BP98 Heparin Sodium EP97 Fenfluramine HCl Aniracetam 99% Reserpine 99% Diatrizoic Acid BP98 Dihydroartemisinin CP2000 Somatropin (rHGH) EP98 Danazol USP24 Nifedipine USP23 Itraconazole BP2000 Ketoconazole USP24 Furosemide BP93 Simvastatin USP24 Famotidine USP24 Irinotecan 99% Atenolol BP98 Kinetin 99% Beta carotene USP24 Chlorcyclizine HCl CP2000 Amphotericin B USP24 Ceramide-E Cellulose Acetate Phthalate USP Captopril USP24 Levonorgestrel USP24 Fenbendazole EP2000 Terfenadine CP2000 Fleroxacin 4-Aminophenylacetic Acid 98% DHEA Sulfate Sodium 98-101% Ellagic Acid 95% Phytonadione 98-103% Nicotinic Acid USP24 Grape Seed 95% 5-Methoxytryptamine 98% D-phenylalanine 99% Donepezil HCl 99% L-glutamine FCCIV/AJI88 Betamethasone USP24/BP98 Milrinone 98-102% Clonazepam USP24 Thioctic Acid 99.5% Ornidazole 99% Bupivacaine HCl USP24 Cytarabine HCl CP2000 DL-proline AJR90 98.5% Mitoxantrone CP2000 Guanidine Carbonate 99% Triamcinolone Acetonide BP93 Aclacinomycin JP13 Paclitaxel 99% Vincristine Sulfate BP98 Vinorelbine 99% Mitomycin C USP24 Modafinil 98% Midazolam BP98 Clozapine BP98 Alpha Lipoic Acid 99.5% Orazamide CP2000 Gentamicin Sulfate BP98 Tranilast 99% Sulfamethoxazole BP98 Cordyceps Sinensis Powder Misoprostol Gabapentin 98% Anastrozole 98.5--102% Raloxifene 97--103% Bethanechol Chloride USP24 B-Estradiol USP24 Doxazosin 99% Amprolium HCl 98--100% Budesonide 99% Paroxetine HCl 99% Testosterone Propionate Testosterone USP24 Undecanoate CP2000 Testosterone Decanoate BP98 Fursultiamine Sucralfate USP24 HCG USP24 Letrozole 99% Amoxicillin Trihydrate USP24 Arbutin 99.5% Kojic Acid 99% Triclobendazole Gemfibrozil USP24 Iopanoic Acid Thiabendazole USP24 Acetamide Thiamphenicol Glycinate HCl 98% Methyldigoxin Tablets Sulfadiazine Sodium USP24 Cinoxacin CP2000 Dextran 40, 70 CP2000 Sulfamethoxypyridazine 99-101% Testosterone Enanthate USP24 Ondansetron HCl USP24 Rosiglitazone Maleate 99% Sulfachloropyridazine Sodium 99% View Thread
Posted by wendyn on 8/05/02 at 11:23

Scott? What's up with this?

Result number: 69

Message Number 91601

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Posted by hero on 8/05/02 at 03:06

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5-androstenedione 98%
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4-androstenedione 98%
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Sildenafil Citrate 99%
16-Denyprasterone Acetate
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7-Keto DHEA
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Ellagic Acid 95%
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Grape Seed 95%
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Ornidazole 99%
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Vinorelbine 99%
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CERIVASTATIN  
CHLOMADINONE ACETATE BP93
CHLORAMPHENICOL BP98
CHLORAMPHENICOL PALMITATE BP98
CHLOROQUINE PHOSPHATE BP98
CHLOROQUINE SULFATE BP93
CHLORPHENAMINE MELEATE BP98
CHLORPROMAZINE HCL BP98
CHLORTETRACYCLINE HCL BP98
CINNARIZINE BP98
CIPROFLOXACIN HCL USP23
CIPROFLOXACIN LACTATE Ministry of Health Standard
CIPRONORFLOXACIN USP23
CISAPRIDE  
CITRIC ACID ANHYDROUS BP93
CITRIC ACID NOMOHYDRATE BP93
CITRUS AURANTIUM EXTRACT  
CLINDAMYCIN HCL USP23
CLINDAMYCIN PHOSPHATE BP98/USP24
CLOBETASOL PROPIONATE BP98
CLONAZEPAM BP98
CLOTRIMAZOLE USP23/BP98
CLOXACILLIN BP93
CLOZAPINE BP98/USP23
CODEIN PHOSPHATE BP98
COPPER SULFATE BP98
COPTISINE BP93
CORN STARCH WHITE  
CORTISONE ACETATE BP98/USP24
CREATINE ANHYDROUS  
CREATINE MONOHYDRATE  
CROTAMITON BP93
CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE USP23
CYCLOVIROBUXINE  
CYPROTERONE ACETATE EP
CYROMAZINE  
DANOFLOXACIN  
D-ASPARTIC ACID AJI90
DAUNORUBICIN HCL USP22/23.BP93
DCDA 99% MIN。
DDH  
D-DIHYDROPHENYLGLYCINE BASE  
D-DIHYDROPHENYLGLYCINE DANE SALT (M。NA)  
DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE (DHEA) 99%MIN
DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE ACETATE (DHA) 99%MIN
DEXAMETHASONE BP93
DEXTROMETHORPHAN HBR USP23
D-GLUTAMIC ACID  
DICLAZURIL  
DICLOFENAC POTASSIUM BP93/ADD96
DICLOFENAC SODIUM BP98
DICYANDIAMIDE 99%min, water 0.25%min. M.p.170C min
DILTIAZEM HCL USP23
DIPYRIDAMOLE BP93/USP23
DL TETRAMISOLE BPV85
DL-ASPARTIC ACID  
DOXAZOSIN  
DOXAZOSIN MELEATE 99.0%MIN.
DOXAZOSIN MESYLATE 99.0%MIN.
DOXIFLURIDINE Enterprise Standard
DOXORUBICIN HCL USP22/23.BP93
DOXYCYCLINE HCL BP98
DRIED ALUMINIUM HYDROXIDE GEL BP88
ECONAZOLE NITRATE USP23
EMAMECTIN BENTOATE  
ENALAPRIL MALEATE USP23
ENOXACIN Ministry of Health Standard
ENROFLOXACIN  
ENROFLOXACIN HCL  
EPALRESTAT BP
EPIANDROSTERONE BP93
EPIRUBICIN HCL Enterprise Standard
ERYTHROMYCIN BP93
ERYTHROMYCIN THIOCYNATE  
ETHOXYQUIN 58-60%, 95% MIN.
ETOFYLLINE CLOFIBRATE USP
ETOPOSIDE BP98
EUCALYPTUS OIL 70%, 80%
FAMCICLOVIR BP
FAMOTIDINE USP23
FELODIPINE  
FENBENDAZOLE EP2000
FERRIC AMMONIUM CITRATE BP93
FERULIC ACID Enterprise Standard
FLEROXACIN 99.0%MIN.
FLOXURIDINE USP22/23
FLUMEQUINE 99% MIN.
FLUNITRAZEPAM BP98
FLURAZOPAM HCL USP24
FLUTAMIDE BP
FOLIC ACID BP98
FORMESTANE 98%MIN
FORMOTEROL  
FORTIFIED PROCAINE PENICILLIN G BP93
FORTIFIED PROCAINE PENICILLIN SODIUM STERILE BP98
FOSCCARNET SODIUM BP
FRUSEMIDE BP98
FURAZOLIDONE BP98
GABAPENTIN  
GEMIFIBROZIL USP24
GENTAMYCIN SULFATE BP98
GLIBENCLAMIDE USP24
GLICLAZIDE USP24/BP98/EP97
GLIPIZIDE BP98
GLYCERIN USP23,99.5%MIN
GRISEOFUVIN BP93
HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE BP93/USP23
HYDROCORTISONE BP88/BP93
HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE BP93/USP23
HYDROCORTISONE BASE BP98/USP24
HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE SULFATE BP98/USP24
HYDROXYPROPEL METHYL CELLULOSE (HPMC) USP24
HYDROXYPROPYL METHYLCELLULOS PHTHALATE USP24
IBUPROFEN BP98
IDEBENONE Enterprise Standard
INDOMETHACIN BP98
IOPANOIC ACID BP98
ISONIAZID BP98
ISO-TRETINOIN USP23
IVERMECTIN  
KETAMINE HCL BP93
KETOCONAZOL USP24
KETOPROFEN BP98
KYTRIL(GRANISETROH) Enterprise Standard
LACTOSE POWDER  
L-ALANINE  
LAMOTRIGINE  
L-ASPARTIC ACID AJI92
L-BASE CONTENT>99%
L-CARNITINE BASE USP23
L-CYSTINE AJI88
LEFLUNOMIDE 98.5%MIN.
LEUCOMYCINS 1300u/mg MIN
LEVAMISOLE HCL BP98
LEVAMISOLE HCL BP98
LEVOFLOXACIN  
LEVOFLOXACIN HCL 98.5%
L-GLUTAMIC ACID  
LINCOMYCIN HCL BP98
LISINOPRIL  
L-LYSINE FEED GRADE FEED GRADE
LOPERAMIDE HCL BP98/USP23
LORATADINE  
LORAZEPAM USP23
LOSARTAN  
LOVASTATIN USP23
L-PROLINE  
L-VALINE  
MADURAMICAIN AMMONIUM  
MAGNESIUM OXIDE HIGH DENSITY BP98
MAGNESIUM STEARATE CP95
MAGNESIUM TRISILICATE BP88
MANNITOL BP98 PYROGEN FREE
MEBENDAZOLE POLYMORPH C BP98
MEDROXYPROGESTERONE BP98/USP23
MEFENIDE ACETATE CP95
MEGESTROL ACETATE BP93/USP23
MELOXICAM  
METACYCLINE HCL USP23
METFORMIN HCL BP98
METHOTREXATE USP23
METHYL PREDNISOLONE BP93/USP23
METHYL VIOLET BP93
METRONIAZOLE BP98/USP23
MICONAZOLE NITRATE USP23
MIDAZOLAM USP24/BP98
MINOXIDIL USP23
MITOMYCIN USP22/23.BP93
MODAFINIL  
MONOAMMONIUM GLYCYRRHIZINATE Enterprise Standard
MOXONIDINE HCL  
NEOMYCIN SULFATE USP23/24,BP98/EP3
NICOTINAMIDE BP98
NIFEDIPINE USP22/23
NIFURSOL 50%MIN
NIKETHAMIDE BP93
NIMESULIDE Enterprise Standard
NIMETAZEPAM  
NORFLOXACIN USP22
NORFLOXACIN HCL 99%MIN.
NORFLOXACIN NICOTINATE 99%MIN.
NYSTATINUM USP23
OLANZAPINE  
OMEPRAZOLE PELLET 8.5%
OROTIC ACID Enterprise Standard
OXACILLIN USP23
OXALIPLATIN Enterprise Standard
OXCARBAZEPINE  
OXFLOXACIN USP23
OXOLINIC ACID  
OXYMETHOLONE  
OXYTETRACYCLINE BASE BP98
OXYTETRACYCLINE HCL BP98
PARACETAMOL BP98/USP24
PARACETAMOL BP98/USP24 DC90,DC96
PARACETAMOL DC96 BP98/USP24
PENICILLIN G POTASSIUM FOR INJECTION BP98
PENICILLIN V POTASSIUM BP93
PENTOXIFYLLINE BP93
PHENOBARBITAL BP93
PHENTOLAMINE MESYLATE CP95
PHENYLBUTAZONE BP98
PHENYLBUTAZONE SODIUM  
PHENYTOIN BASE BP93
PIGLITAZONE  
PIRACETAM  
PIROXICAM USP23
PODOPHYLLOTOXIN Enterprise Standard
POLYGONUM CUSPIDATUM EXTRACT  
POTASSIUM CHLORIDE BP98
POTASSIUM GUAICOLSULPHONATE  
POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE BP93
PRAZIQUANTEL USP23
PREDNISOLONE BP93
PREDNISOLONE ACETATE USP23
PREDNISONE BP93/SUP23
PREGESTERONE BP93/USP23
PREGNENOLONE 99%MIN
PRIMAQUINE PHOSPHATE BP88
PROCAINE PENICILLIN G BP98
PROCAINE PENICILLIN G (CONTAIN 1% LECITHIN) BP93
PROGESTERONE BP98/USP24
PROMETHAZINE HCL BP98
PROPAFENONE CP95
PROPRANOLOL HCL BP98
PROVIDONE IODINE BP93/USP23
PRQAZOSIN HCL USP23
PVP K-30 USP24
PYRANTEL PAMOATE USP23
PYRIDOXINE HCL (VITAMIN B6 HCL) BP98/USP24
PYRIMETHAMINE BASE BP98/USP23
RAMIPRIL  
RANITIDINE HCL BP93/USP23
RIFAMPICINE BP93
RIMANTADINE HCL 99%
ROSIGLITAZONE  
RUTIN DAB9/DAB11/NF11
SACCHARIN BP93
SALSALATE USP23
SIBUTRAMINE HCL  
SILICON DIOXIDE (PHARMA GRADE) PHARMA GRADE
SILYMARIN DAB10
SIMVASTATIN USP23
SODIUM CARBOXYMETHYL STARCH USP23
SODIUM CHLORIDE FOR INJECTION BP98/USP24
SODIUM CITRATE BP93
SODIUM FLUMEQUINE Enterprise Standard
SODIUM PROPIONATE GRANULAR FOOD GRADE
SODIUM SACCHARIN (20-40 MESH) BP98
SODIUM SACCHARIN (40-80 MESH) BP98
SODIUM SACCHARIN (5-8 MESH) BP98
SODIUM SACCHARIN (8-16 MESH) BP98
SORBIC ACID FCC-4
SORBITOL SYRUP  
SPARFLOXACIN Ministry of Health Standard
SPECTINOMYCIN HCL USP23
STANOZOLOL  
STEARIC ACID  
SULBACTAM Enterprise Standard
SULBACTAM SODIUM USP23
SULFADIAZINE BP98
SULFADIAZINE SODIUM USP23
SULFADOXINE BP98/USP23
SULFAMERAZINE USP23
SULFAMETHAZIN BP98/USP23
SULFAMETHOXAZOLE BP98
SULFASALAZINE USP24/EP2000
SULPHADIMETHOXINE BP88/USP24
SULPHADIMETHOXINE SODIUM  
SULPIRIDE JP12
SULTAMICILLIN TOSYLATE JP90
TERAZOSIN  
TERAZOSIN HCL 99%MIN.
TERBINAFINE  
TESTOSTERONE BP93
TETRACAINE HCL BP93
TETRACYCLINE HCL BP93
THEOPHYLLINE BP93
THIAMINE HCL BP98/USP24
THIAMINE MONONITRATE BP98/USP24
THIAMPHENICOL BP93
THIAMPHERICOL GLYCINATE HCL  
TINIDAZOLE JP13
TOBRAMYCIN USP22/23
TOPOTECAN USP23
TRETINOIN USP22
TRIBULUS TERRESTRIES P.E.  
TRICLABENDAZOLE  
TRIHEXIPHENIDYL CP95
TRIMETHOPRIM BP98
UBENIMEX 98% MIN
VALSARTAN  
VB2,RIBOFLAVINE BP98/USP24
VC BP98/USP23
VITAMIN A ACETATE 1M IU/MG PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE
VITAMIN A ACETATE 500000 IU/MG FEEDGRADE
VITAMIN B12 BP98/USP24
VITAMIN B2 BP93/USP23
VITAMIN B4 Enterprise Standard
VITAMIN B6 BP98/USP24
VITAMIN E ACETATE 93%MIN.
ZILEUTON  
ZOPICLONE BP98

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Norandrostenedione 98%
Norethisterone Acetate BP98
Nifedipinum
Nifursol
Nimodipine
Nimustine(ACNU)
Nonoxynol-9
Norcantharidinum
Norfloxacin
Norfloxacin Hcl
Noroxamidine acid
N-methyl piperazine
O-Creol
O-dichlorobenzene
OCTACOSANOL
OMEPRAZOLE62
ORNIDAZOLE
Octyl Salicylate
Oleanolic acid
Omeprazole
Ondanstron
Ophthalic anhydnide
Oxamidine acid
Oxaprosin
Oxaprozin
Oxymatrine
O-Ethoxybenzoylchloride
P-Chlorphenyl-cyanoguanidine
P-Hydroxy Benzyl Alcohol
P-PHENYLENDIAMINE
P - PHENYLENE DIAMINE SULPHATE
P-PHENYLENEDIAMINE
P-PHENULENEDIAMINE FLAKE
Paclitaxel
Pancreatin
Phanylsalicylate
Phenol
Phenoxybenzamine Hydrochloride
Phenul boronic acid
Phenyl salicylate
Phenylacetic acid
Phenylbutazone
Phytic acid
Phytic acid159
Pig goll powder
Pilocarpine
piroxicam
Pivalyl chloride
Podophyllotoxin
Polyvingl aclcohol
Potassium hexfluorophosphate
Potassium hydroxycitracte
Potassium iodide
Prazosin Hydrochloride
Propafenone Hydrochloride
Proplonyl chloride
Proprl Gallate
Propyl Bromide
Propylene glycol
Propythiouracil
Pueraia flavonid
Puerarin
QUERCETIN
Queen BEE Acid
Quetiapine
RIBTY LAMINE
RUTIN
Rafoxanide
Raloxifene HCL
Ramifenazone
Refined lactose
Reserpine
Ribonuclease
Ribonuclease A
Rifampin
Roxithromycin
SIBUTRAMINE
SILDENAFIL CITRATE(VIAGRA)
SODIUM LACTIC
SODIUM SUCCINATE
SUCCINIC ACID
SUCCINIC ANHYDRIDE
SUCCINIMIDE
Salbutamd sodium
Saliaylic acid
Salicylamide
Salicylanilide
Salicylic acid
Secnidazole
Sidenafil Citrate
Sinomenine
Sodium Azdie
Sodium Bromide
Sodium hexfluorophosphate
Sodium iodide
Solvents
Sorbitol powder
Soy Isoflavenes
Soyben oligosacchiride
Sparfloxacin
Stilboestrol
Strtan's bipharyl144
Sultamicillin
THIOTHIAMINE
Tamoxifen Citrate
Tctramisole Hydrochloride
Tea Polyphenyl
Terazosin Hcl98
Terazosin Hydrochloride
Terazosin Hydrochloride120
Terbinafine
Terfenadine
Tert-dimethylchlorosilane
Tetaahydrofuran
Tetracaine
Tetrandrine
Thalidomide
Thiosemicav bazide
Tinidazole
Tinadazole(Oral/Injection)
Tolbutamide
Tomnic Acid
Topotecan
Tosufloxacin
Tranilast
Triazinate
Tributyl phosphate
Trichloromethane
Triethy orthoformate
Triethylamine
Triethylenediamine
Trifluoroacetic acid
Trifluoroactic anhydride
Triphenyl Chloromethane
Triphenylphosphine ethylbromo
Trypsin
Trypsin65
Valaciclovir
Vanillin
Vaporpac
Vitamin B6
Vitamin U Chloride
WEEPING FORSYTHLA & FLOWER EXTRACT
Water Azone
Water-soluble Amoxicllin
Xylaria nigripes(Powder)
Zidovudine
Zinc Oxide
Zinc Salicylate
Zinc Sulfate
Zorubicin Hydrochloride

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acetamide
acetoacetanilide
acyclovir
aluminium Glycinate
analgin
calcium pantothenate
cbserpine
chlordiazepoxide
cimetidine
cyano-4'-methyl biphenly
diketene
folic acid
glycerin
hydrochlorothiazide
iso-Propyl alcohol
m-Bromoaniline
m-Bromoanisole
m-Bromonitrobenzene
m-Bromothioanisole
m-Chlorbenzylcyanide
m-Nitrophenolne
m-chloro benzaldehyde
m-chloro benzoic acid
m-chloro benzoyl chloride
m-chloro peroxy benzoic acid
m-chloro toluene
m-chlorobenzoyl chloride
manna sugar
naprosyn0
o-Bromoaniline
o-Methoxybenxoic acid
o-Methoxybenzoyl chloride
p-Cresol
p-methoxybenzaldehyde
p-methoxybenzoic acid
phosphoris oxychloride
phosphorus pentoxide
phosphorus trichloride
phthalimide
povidone-iodine
stavndine
triethyl phosphate
α-Chymotrypsin
β-HMB
β-Sitostanol
β-Sitosterol
γ-Butygralacton
16-DPA BP93 20kg/drum
17α-HYDROXY-1α,2α-METHYLENEPREGNA-4,6-DIENE3,20-DIONE-17-ACETATE Q.B. 25kg/drum
19-Nor-4(5)androstene-3,17-dione Q.B. 4kgx2Tin/box
19-Nor-4-androstendione >98% 5kgx2Tin/box
19-Nor-4-Androstenediol ≥98.% β>65%/β>75%
19-Nor-5-Androstendione Q.B. 4kgx2Tin/box
19-Nor-5-Androstenediol Q.B. 4kgx2Tin/box
2-Methyl-5-nitromidazole BP96 17kg/drum
4-Androstenedione Q.B. 25kg/drum
4-Androstenediol >98% 25kg/drum
5-Androstenediol >99% 5kgx2Tin/box
5-Androstenedione >99% 25kg/durm
7-KETO DHEA >99% 25kg/drum
7à-hydroxydehydropiandrosterone Q.B. 25kg/drum
Aceclofenac 99% 25kg/drum
Acetazoiamide BP93
Acetylspiramycin CP2000
Acyclovir BP98/USP24 25kg/drum
AE-Actived fat ≥99.5% 20kg/drum
Albendazole USP23
Aluminium glycinate USP24 25kg/drum
Amikacin Sulfate USP24
Aminopyrine BP98 25kg/drum
Amoxicillin BP93
Amoxicillin trihydrate BP93/USP24 25kg/drum
Ampicilin Sodium BP93,USP23 5kg/Bag
Ampicillin Trihydrat BP93/USP24 25kg/drum
Amrinone USP23/USP24
Analgin DAB10 25kg/drum
Androstandeione USP23 5kgx2Tin/box
Androstenedione Q.B. 5kgx2Tin/box
Antipyrin BP98 25kg/drum
Arteannuin CP95 10kg/drum
Ascorbyl palmitate NF19/FCC-IV
Aspirin BP98 25kg/drum
Atenolol BP98
Atrovastain
Avermectin Q.B.
Azathioprine USP24
Azithromycin USP24 25kg/drum
Bambuterol HCL BP98 5Kg/drum
Beclomethasone    
Benzalkonium bromide CP95
Benzalkonium chloride 97%
Benzobarbitone RP XI 25kg/drum
Benzocaine BP98/USP24 25kg/drum
Benzoyl phenobarbitone RP XI 25kg/drum
Benzylpenicillin Sodium BP93,USP23 5Bou/Tin
Benzylpenicillin potassium Ind/Inj
Betamethasome sodium phosphate USP23 5kgx2Tin/box
Betamethasone BP93,USP23 5kgx2Tin/box
Betamethasone Acetate    
Butazolidin USP24 25kg/drum
Butazolidin Hydroxy USP24 25kg/drum
Camptothecin
Captopril USP24
Carbamazepine BP88/BP98/USP24 25kg/drum
Carbamazepine(Anbromine) USP24 25kg/drum
Carbenoxolone sodium BP98
Carboplatin USP24
Carvedilol ≥99%
Cefadroxil BP98
Cefalexin BP98
Cefamedin
Cefotaxime sodium USP24 5kg/Tin
Cefradine BP98
Ceftriazone sodium CP2000
Chloramphenicol BP98 25kg/drum
Chlordiazepoxide BP98 20kg/drum
Chlorhexidine BP88
Chlorhexidine HCL
Chloroquine Phosphate BP98
Chlorpheniranine Maleate BP98/USP24 25kg/drum
Chlorpromazine Hydrochloride BP98 20kg/drum
Chlortalidone Q.B.
Chlortetracycline HCL USP23/98
Cillimycin BP98/USP24
Cimetidine A JP13/USP24 25kg/drum
Cimetidine AB USP23/USP24 25kg/drum
Cimetidine HCL USP/EP
Ciprofloxacin
Ciprofloxacin HCL USP23/USP24
Ciprofloxacin lactate
Cisplatin USP24
Clenbuterol HCL CP95 1,5kg/Tin
Clindamycin HCL BP93 25kg/drum
Clindamycin palmitate USP24
Clindamycin phosphate BP98/USP24 5kg/Tin
Clobetasol propionate BP98 5kgx2Tin/box
Clonidine BP93/98/USP23
Clotrimazole BP98/USP24 25kg/drum
Cortisol sodium Succinate USP23 5kgx2Tin/box
Cortisone acetate BP93/USP23 5kgx2Tin/box
Cyclophosphamide
Cyclosporin A
Cyproterone Acetate BP2000/EPIII 1kgx2Tin/Ctn
Cytarabine USP24/BP98
Dacarbazine(DTIC) BP93 0.5-2kg/Tin
Danazol    
Danofloxacin base
Danofloxacin mesylate
Dehydroepiandrosterone acetate MP≥158 20kg/drum
Dehydroepiandrosterone(DHEA) ≥99% MP≥148-151 20kg/drum
Deoxycholic acid Q.B.
Dexamethasone BP93 5kgx2Tin/box
Dexamethasone acetate CP2000,BP93 5kgx2Tin/box
Dexamethasone sodium phesphate BP93/EP/BP98 5kgx2Tin/box
D-glucosamine sulfate 2kcl 99%
Diazepam BP98 25kg/drum
Diclazuril
Diclofenac 99%
Diclofenac Sodium BP98 25kg/drum
Dienoestrol BP98/USP24 5Kg/drum
Difloxacin
Difloxacin HCL
Difloxacin mesylate
Dimenhydrinate BP98/USP24 25kg/drum
Diphenidol HCL CP2000/BP93 25kg/drum
Diphenoxylate 98% 25kg/drum
Dipyridamole USP24
Dobutamine
Dopamine HCL CP2000/BP93 25kg/drum
Doxazosin Mesytl 99%
Doxycycline HCL BP98 25kg/drum
Doxycycline Hyclate USP23/BP98 25Kg/Drum
Econazole BP98/USP23
Econazole Nitrate BP93,USP23/BP98,USP24 25kg/drum
Enalapril
Enorfloxacin base(Inj.)25kg/drum
Enorfloxacin HCL 25kg/drum
Enorfloxacin sodium(Inj.) 25kg/drum
Enrofloxacin lactate 25kg/drum
Ephedrine HCL BP93/USP23
Epiandrosterone Q.B.
Erythrocin BP93 20kg/drum
Erythrocin rhodanic acid 5Bou/Tin
Estradiol USP23 5kgx2Tin/box
Estradiol valerate USP24 10kg/drum
Estrilo USP23 1kg/tin
Estrone Q.B. 5kgx2Tin/box
Etamsylate BP98 25kg/drum
Ethambutol BP98 25kg/drum
Ethionamide BP98 25kg/drum
Ethisterone Q.B.
Ethyl carbamate(Urethane) 99.80% 25kg/drum
Ethyl Estraenol BP93 1kg/Tin
Ethynyl androstenediol Q.B.
Ethynyl estradiol BP98 10kg/drum
Famcyclover
Famotidine USP23/USP24 20kg/drum
Febuprol USP23
Fenarolum USP24 25kg/drum
Fenbufen 20kg/drum
Fenfluramine HCL BP98 25kg/drum
Fenofibrate 25kg/drum
Fentanyl Citrate
Fleroxacin 5Kg/Tin
Florfenicol Q.B. 25kg/drum
Floxuridine(2'FUDR) USP23
Flucinolone acetonide    
Fluocinonide    
Fluconazole oral 99% 25kg/drum
Fludrocortisone    
Fludrocortisone acetate    
Fluendazole BP93
Flufenamic acid BP93 25kg/drum
Flunarizine HCL CP 25kg/drum
Fluocinolone Acetonide BP93 1kgx2Tin/Ctn
Fluorogestone Acetate Q.B. 5kgx2Tin/box
Folic acid BP98
Furazolidone BP98 25kg/drum
Furosemido BP93 25kg/drum
Gatifloxacin 99% 25kg/drum
Gemfibrozil USP23 25kg/drum
Gentamycin BP98 5Bou/Tin
Glibenclamide USP24 4kg/T
Gliclazide BP98 25kg/drum
Glimepiride 98.50%
Griseofulvin BP98
Guaifenesin USP23/USP24 200kg/drum
Halcinonide    
Hexoestrol BPC68 5kg/drum
Hydoxyurea USP23 1kg/Tin
Hydrochlorothiazide BP98/USP24
Hydrocortisone BP93 5kg/Tin
Hydrocortisone Acetate    
Hydrocotisone Sodium Succinate USP23
Hydroxyprogesterone acetate 99%
Hydroxyprogesterone caproate 99% 25kg/drum
Ibuprofen USP98/USP24 25kg/drum
Iminostibene-5-carbonyl chlonde 148℃/150℃ 40kg/drum
Indomethacin BP98 25kg/drum
Inositol hexanicotinate BP98 25kg/drum
Isoniazid BP98 25kg/drum
Isonicotinic acid Q.B.
Ivermectin Q.B.
Kanamycin Sulfate BP93 20Kg/Drum
Ketoconazole USP24 25kg/drum
Ketoprofen BP93/BP98,EP27 25kg/drum
Kitasamycin base
Kitasamycin tartrate
Leucogen Q.B. 10kg/drum
Leueovorin calcium CP2000/USP24/BP98
Levamisole HCL
Levodopa BP93 25kg/drum
Levofloxacin
levonorgestrel USP23 1kg/Tin
Lidocaine HCL CP2000 25kg/drum
Lincomycin HCL BP98/USP24/EP2000 20bou/drum
Lomefloxacin HCL >98.5% 10kg/drum
Lomustine CP2000
Lovastatin USP24
Lycine HCL Q.B.
Mannitol
Meclofenoxate HCL JP 15kg/drum
Medemycin USP24
Medroxyprogesterone Acetate BP98,USP24 5kgx2Tin/box
Mefenamic acid BP93/BP98 25kg/drum
Megestrol acetate BP98/USP24 5kgx2Tin/box
Melatonin
Meleumycin USP23/BP93
Meloxicam BP99
Mercaptopurine USP23
Mesna USP24
Mestanolone Q.B. 5kgx2Tin/box
Methylprednisolone    
Metamizole megresium salt DAB10 25kg/drum
Metandienone    
Metformin HCL BP98
Methazolamide USP23 588.24
Methocarbamol USP24 25kg/drum
Methotrexate USP24 1kg/Tin
Methyl testosterone BP98 /USP24 5kgx2Tin/box
Methylephedrine
Metronidazole BP98 25kg/drum
Metronidazole benzoate BP98 25kg/drum
Miconazole Nitrate BP93,USP23/BP98,USP24 25kg/drum
Midazolam BP98
Midazolam HCL BP98
Midazolam maleate BP98
Mifepristone WS-177(X-099)-95 5kgx2Tin/box
Milrinone Q.B.
Minoxidil USP24
Molsidomine 98% 20kg/drum
Nabumetone BP98 25kg/drum
N-Acetylglucosamine 99%
Nandrolone USP23 5kgx2Tin/box
Nandrolone Decanoate 5kgx2Tin/box
Nandrolone phenylpropionate    
Naproxen BP98/USP24 25kg/drum
Naproxen sodium USP24 25kg/drum
Netemycin sulfate non-steril USP23 1Bou/Tin,
Nicardipine 5Kg/Tin
Nicorandil 99%
Nicotinic acid CP2000
Nifedipine BP98/USP24 20kg/drum
Nimodipine 25kg/drum
Nimodipine HCL USP23 25kg/drum
Nitrazepam BP98 10kg.case
Nitrendipine USP23 25kg/drum
Nitrofurantoin BP98 25kg/drum
Nitrofurazone BP98 25kg/drum
Norcantharidinum CP2000 5kgx2Tin/box
Norethisterone Q.B. 4kgx2Tin/box
Norethisterone Acetate BP93 5kgx2Tin/box
Norfloxacin USP22/USP23,24 25kg/Barrel
Norfloxacin HCL 98.50%
Norfloxacin lactate
Norfloxacin nicotinate 98.50%
Ofloxacin USP24
Ondansetron ≥99%
Ondansetron HCL 98%-102%
Ornidazole BP97 40kg/drum
Osalmide(oxyphenamide) 99.90%
Oxaprosin ≥99% MP161-163℃
Oxiconazole Nitrate 99% 25kg/drum
Oxymetholone USP24 5kgx2Tin/box
Oxytetracycline USP23/BP98 25kg/drum
Oxytetracycline HCL BP98 25kg/drum
Oyproterone Acetate EP 5kgx2Tin/box
Pantoprazole 98% 10/25kg/drum
Paracetamol BP98/DC90/DC96
Pefloxacin mesylate
Phenobarbitone sodium USP22 25kg/drum
Phenprobamate JP 25kg/drum
Phenylpropanolamine HCL BP98/USP24 25kg/drum
Piperacillin Sodium USP23 5kg/Bag
Piroxicam USP24 25kg/drum
Plant sterol Q.B. 25kg/drum
Potassium Guaiacolsulfonate USP23 25kg/drum
Pralidoxime chloride USP24 25kg/drum
Prazosin HCL USP24
Prednisolone BP93/BP98 5kgx2Tin/box
Prednisolone acetate USP23 5kgx2Tin/box
Prednisolone sodium succinate USP23
Prednisone BP93 5kgx2Tin/box
Prednisone acetate CP2000 5kgx2Tin/box
Pregnenolone Q.B.
Procaine BP98
Procaine HCL BP98
Procaine Penicillin G BP93,USP23 5Bou/Tin
Progesterone USP24/BP98 25kg/drum
Propafenone HCL USP24
Propranolol HCL BP98/USP23 25kg/drum
Prothionamide CP95/BP93 25kg/drum
Pseudoephedrine HCL
Pyrazinamide BP98 25kg/drum
Pyrimethamine USP23/BP98 25kg/drum
Quinestrol USP22 10kg/drum
Ramefenazone HCL 99% 25kg/drum
Ranitidine USP24/EP97,BP98 25kg/drum
Ranitidine HCL USP23
Ribastamycin(Sterile) JP90
Ribavirin USP24/BP98 25kg/drum
Rifampin BP98/USP23
Rifandin
Rutin NF11 >96.5%
Salbutamol Sulfate BP98 25kg/drum
Sarafloxacin HCL
Secnidazole 99% 25kg/drum
Silbutramine
Simvastatin
Sisomycin sulfate steril(non-steril) USP23 1Bou/Tin,
Sodium cromoglicate BP98
Sparfloxacin
Spiramycin EP 25kg/drum
Spironolactone BP98
Stanozolol USP24 5kgx2Tin/box
Stilboestro BP98/USP24 5kgx2Tin/box
Sulbactam
Sulbactam sodium EP/USP23 10kg/drum
Sulfadiazine BP98 25kg/drum
Sulfaguanidine BPCT3 25kg/drum
Sulfamethoxazole (SMZ) BP98 25kg/drum
Sulfasalazine USP24 25kg/drum
Sulphadimidine sodium(SM2) BP98 25kg/drum
Sulpiride JP13/USP24
Sultamicillin JP90
Sultamicillin tosylate JP90 10kg/Tin
Tamoxifen citrate USP24/BP98 5kgx2Tin/box
Taurine JP8 25kg/drum
Taxol ≥99%
Tazobactam 94%
Tazobactam Sodium(sterile)
Terazosin HCL 99%
Testosterone USP24 5kgx2Tin/box
Testosterone enanthate 5kgx2Tin/box
Testosterone phenylacetate    
Testosterone propionate BP98 /USP24 5kgx2Tin/box
Testosterone Undecanole Acid CP2000 5kgx2Tin/box
Tetracaine HCL
Tetracycline base USP23/BP93
Tetracycline HCL USP23/BP93
Tetramisole HCL BP98
Thiamphenicol BP98
Tiapride HCL USP24 25kg/drum
Tinidazole JP12
Tobramycin USP23
Tobramycin sulfate USP24
Tolbutamide BP93 25kg/drum
Tosufloxacin >98.5%
Tramadol Hydrochloride DAC86
Trenbolone 5kgx2Tin/box
Trenbolone acetate USP24 5kgx2Tin/box
Triamcinolone Acetonide BP93/USP23/EPIII 1kgx2Tin/Ctn
Triamcinolone(Base) BP93 1kgx2Tin/Ctn
Triazinale ≥99.5% 25kg/drum
Triclosan 99% 25kg/drum
Trimebutine ≥98.5% 25kg/drum
Trimebutine maleate JPC or ≥98.5% 25kg/drum
Trimethoprim (TMP) BP98 25kg/drum
Troxerutin (Venoruton)
25kg/drum
Vaporpac ≥98% 25kg/drum
Vecuronium Bromide Q.B. 1kgx10Tin/box
Vitamin A BP98
Vitamin B12
Vitamin B6 BP98/USP24
Vitamin E oil 96%/98% 25kg/drum
Vitamin E power USP24/EP97,BP24 25kg/drum
Vitamin E Nicotinate
Antibotics
β-lactam Antibotics
Penicillins
Cephalosporins
Amidoglucosides
Macrolides
Tetracyclines
Chloramphenicol
Lincomycins
Polypeptide & Others
Synthetic Antibacterial

Sulfa Drugs
Quinolone Drugs
Nitrofuran & others
Antituberculotic & Antileprotic
Antifungal
Antivirotic
Chlorphenamine maleate BP98/USP24/JP13   113-92-8
Clopidogrel sulfate     120202-66-6
Decloxizine HCl CP2000 Rescupal  
Diatrizoic acid     117-96-4
Diphenhydramine HCl BP98/USP24 Benadryl,Dihydral,Diphantine 147-24-0 
Florfenical      
Glucosamine HCl     66-84-2
Glucosamine Potassium Sulfate      
Glucosamine Sodium sulfate     4999-43-0
Inosine AJI88    58-63-9
Loratadine   Azaladin,Claritin,Clarityn,Lisino 79794-75-5
Meglumine   D-Glucitol 6284-40-8
Molsidomine   Corvasal,Corvaton,Molsidolat,Morial 25717-80-0
Piperazine Ferulas 99% Aweisuan Paiqin  
Promethazine HCl BP98 Fenazil,Genphen,Prorex,Prothazine 58-33-3
Taurine USP23/JP8   107-35-7
Terfenadine   Aldaban,Seldane,Terdin,Ternadin 50679-08-8
Amitriptyline HCl USP24 Amitid,Elavil,Laroxyl 50-48-6 
Chlorpromazine HCl BP98,EP2000 Wintermin 69-09-0 
Clozapine BP98 Clozaril,HF-1854,Leponex  5786-21-0
Doxapram HCl     7081-53-0
Doxepin HCl BP98/USP24 Cidoxepin,Doxal 1229-29-4
Fluoxetine HCl USP24 Prozac,Fluctin,Fluoxeren,Fontex 59333-67-4
Haloperidol   Eskabarb,Gardenal,Hydantal 52-86-8
Nimesulide   Aulin,Flogovital,Mesulid,Nisulid 51803-78-2
Paroxetine HCl   Seroxate,Aropax,Paxil 61869-08-7
Penfluridol 99%     
Phenazine BP93,CP2000 Perphenazine chlorpiprazine 58-38-8 
Promethazine HCl BP98 Fenazil,Genphen,Prorex,Prothazine 58-33-3
Sulpiride(L-Sulpiride) JP13/USP24(99%) Abilit,Dobren,Guastil,Sulpitil,Trilan 15676-16-1
Tiapride HCl USP24 Tipridal,Gramalil,Italprid,Luxoben 51012-33-0
Aceclofenac 99% Biofenac,Glycolic acid,Tresquim  89796-99-6
Allopurinol   Lopurin,Monarch,Urosin,Zyloric 315-30-0 
Aminopyrine BP98 Amidopyrazoline,Dimapyrin,Dipirin 58-15-1
5-Amino salicylic acid USP24    
Analgin DAB10 Novalgin,Dipyrone,Metamizole Sodium 9005-34-9
Antipyrin BP98 Phenazone 60-80-0 
Aspirin BP2000/USP24 Acetylsalicylic acid,ASA 530-75-6 
Benorylate CP2000 Benorilat,Fenasprate,Benoral,Salipran 5003-48-5
Benzydamine HCl   Afloben,Benalgin,Benzyrin,Benzyrin 132-69-4 
Diclofenac 99% Benzeneacetic acid 15307-86-5
Diclofenac Sodium JP12/EP2000/BP98/USP23 Valetan,Vollaren 15307-79-6
Diclofenac Potassium JP12/EP2000/BP98   15307-81-0
Diflunisal BP98/USP24 Difludol,Dolisal,Dolobid,Dolobis 22494-42-4
Fenbufen   Bufemid,Cinopal,Cinopol,Lederfen 36330-85-5
Fenoprofen BP93 Feprona,Fenopron,Lilly-53858 31879-05-7
Fenoprofen Calcium USP24    
Flurbiprofen   Esflurbiprofen,Flurofen,Froben 5104-49-4
Indomethacin BP98/USP23/JP14/EPIII Indometacin Indocin 53-86-1 
Ibuprofen USP98/USP24 Brufen,Fenbid 15687-27-1
Ketoprofen BP93/BP98,EP27 Alrheumat,Alrheumun,Orudis,Prodenid 22071-15-4
Mefenamic acid BP93/BP98 Mefenacid,Namphen,Ponstel 61-68-7 
Metamizole magnesium DAB10    
Nabumetone BP98/EPIII Arthaxan,Balmox,Consolan,Nabuser 42924-53-8
Naproxen(DL) BP98/USP24 Naixan,Napren,Naprium,Naprius,Naprux 22204-53-1
Naproxen sodium USP24 Aleve,Alfa,Anaprox,Apranax,Miranax  26159-34-2
Oxaprozin 98.5%   2125
Paracetamol BP98/DC90/DC96 Acetaminophen,P-Acetamidophenol  103-90-2
Phenacetin BP68  Acetophenetidine,Acetophenidin 62-44-2
Phenylbutazone BP98,USP23,USP24
Citicoline   Nicholin,Cytidine diphosphate  
Butazolidin,Phenbutazone,Butazon 50-33-9 
Piroxicam USP24 CP 1617,Feldene 36322-90-4
Sulindac   Aflodac,Clisundac,Sudac,Sulinol 38194-50-2

Products (II) ----Steroids and Hormones

Trenbolone acetate CAS: 10161-34-9 USP24
Trenbolone CAS: 10161-33-8
19-nor-4-androstenedione CAS: 734-32-7 98%
19-nor-5-androstenedione 98%
Nandrolone CAS: 434-22-0 98%
19-nor-4-androstenediol CAS: 19793-20-5 98%
5-androstenedione 98%
5-androstenediol CAS: 521-17-5 98%
4-androstenedione CAS: 63-05-8 98%
Dehydroepiandrosterone DHEA CAS: 53-43-0 99%
4-androstenediol CAS: 1156-92-9 98%
7-Keto-DHEA
Boldenone cas#846-48-0
Boldenone Acetate
Boldenone Undecylenate
Clostebol Acetate
DROSTANOLONE cas#58-19-5
Mestanolone
Methandienone bp93
Methandrostenolone
Methenolone Acetate
Methenolone cas#153-00-4
Methenolone Enanthate
Methylnandrolone
Nandrolone decanoate usp23
Nandrolone phenylpropionate usp23
Nandrolone usp23
Oxandrolone
Oxymethelone
Sildenafil Citrate, Acetate
Stanolone
Stanozolol
Testosterone
Testosterone propionate
Testosterone Cypionate
Testosterone Decanoate
Testosterone Enanthate
Testosterone Hexanoate
Testosterone Isocaproate
Testosterone Phenylpropionate
Trenbolone Acetate cas#10161-34-9
Trenbolone cas#10161-33-8
Trenbolone Cyclohexylmethylcarbonate cas#23454-33-3
16-Denyprasterone Acetate(16 D.P.A.)
17 a hydroxy progesterone acetate
Canrenone
Carvodilol 98%
Chlormadinone Acetate BP93
Clormadinone acetate bp93
Cyproterone
Cyproterone acetate
Delmacinone
DHA(Dehydroeplandrosterone acetate)
DHEA 99%Min
Diosgenin
Epiandrosterone 99%
Estradiol USP23
Ethisterone BP93 
HGH (2.5iu/vial, 4.5iu/vial. 10iu/vial) Hydrocortisone Base USP23 / ~ Acetate USP23
Hydroxyprogesterone caproate 99% / ~ Acetate 99% 
Mestanolone USP24
Methandienone BP93
Methandrostenolone
Nandrolone decanoate USP23/ ~ phepropionate USP23 / Nandrolone Base USP23
Oxymethelone USP24
Prednisone bp93/usp23
Pregesterone BP 93/usp23
Pregnenolone  
Progesterone 
Sildenafil Acetate
Stanozolol  USP24
Testosterone Base / ~ Enanthate / ~ methyl/ ~ propionate
1, (5α)-androsten-3, 17-dione
16,17a-Epoxyprogesterone
17a-Hydroxy Progesterone Acetate
17α Hydroxy Progesterone
17α-Hydroxy-△1.4.6- Pregnatrine
17α-Hydroxy-1α,2α-Methylenepregna- 4,6-Diene3,20-Dione-17-Acetate
1-Chioromethgl-6-Chioro-6-Dehydro-17α-Acethoxy Progesterone
Beta Acetotriene
Betamethasone
Betamethasone Pentanoate
Betamethasone Sodium Phosphate
Chlormadinone Acetate
Clomiphene Citrate
Cortisone Acetate
Cypionate testosterone
Cyproterone Acetate
Danazol
16denydro Pregnenoione
Dexamethasone BP93
Dexamethasone Acetate BP93
Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate BP93
Diosgenin
16-DPA
Enanthate testosterone
Estradiol USP23
Estriol
Estrone
Fluorogestone Acetate
Gestoden
Gestrinone Hydrocortisone BP93
Hydrocortisone Acetate
Iprielauone
Levonorgestrel
Medroxyprogester Acetate
Megesterol Acetate
Methandienone
18-Methyl-3-Methoxy-2,5(10)Estradiene-17-One
16β-Methyl Epoxy
16β-Methyl Epoxy-21-Acetate
Nandrolone decanoate
Oppenauer Oxiaetion
Oxymetholone USP24
Prednisolone BP93
Prednisolone Acetate USP23
Prednisone
Prednisone Acetate
5-Pregnene-3-Acetoxy-20-Ketone Acetate
Pregnenolone
Progesterone
Propionate testosterone
Pzastezont Acetate
Trenbolone acetate USP24
Stanozolol USP24
Stanolone
Tibolone
Androsta-1, 4-diene-3, 17-dione
4, 16-androstadien-3-one
Epiandrosterone
BETAMETHASONE-17-VALERATE BP93
CLOMIFENE CITRATE BP03
DEHTDROEPREGNENOLONE ACETATE(16-DPA)98%
NABUMETONE BP23
PREDNISONE BP93
CLOMIFENE CITRATE BP03
CORTISONE ACETATE BP93
PREGNENOLONE FACTORY STANDARD
CUPROTERONE ACETATE (CPA)BP97
DEXAMETHASONE ACETATE
DESOXY CORTICOSTERONE ACETATE 98%
DEXAMETHASONE BASE BP98
DEXAMETHASONE SODIUM PHOSPHATE BP98
16a,17a DIHYDROXY PROGESTERONE FACTORY STANDARD
17-B-ESTRADIOL USP23
HYDROCORTISONE(MIC/NON-MIC) BP93
HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE(MIC/NON-MIC) BP93
PROGESTERONE BP93
MEDROXYPROGESTERONE ACETATE
HYDROXYPROGESTERONE CAPROATE BP88
HYDROXYPROGESTERONE ACETATE BP88
MEGESTROL ACETATE BP93
MESTANOLONE USP23
METHYLTESTOSTEROVE BP80
NABUMETONE BP23
PREDNISONE BP93
PREDNISOLONE BP98(Micro)
TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE BP93
PREDNISONE BASE
PREDNISOLONE BP88(MICRO.)
ETHISTERONE BP88
DANAZOLE
NORGESTREL(18-METHYLNORETHINDRONE) USP23
L-NORGESTREL USP23
17-HYDROXYLPROGESTERONE ACETATE 98%
ESTRADIOL VALERATE
TERFENADINE USP23
BETAMETHASONE BP93
Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (A. C. T. H.) Analgin
Betame thasone
Chloroquine Phosphate
Chorionic Gonadotropin
Clibenlamide
Clobetasol Propionate
Dexamethasone Acetate
DHA Acetate
DHEA
Diclofenac Sodium
Dipentene
Epiandrosterone
Estradiol
Estriol
Ethinyloestradiol
Ethylene Deltenone
HCG
HMG
HPC
Hydrocortisone Acetate
Hydrocortisone Base
Ipriflavone
Mannitol
Medroxy progesteron Acetate
Megestrol Acetate
Menotropin
Mestanolone
Metformin Hydrochloride
Methyltestosterone
Nandrolone
Nandrolone Decanoate
Nandrolone Phenylpropionate
Naproxen
Norethisterone
Norethisterone Acetate
Norgestrel
Oxymetnolone
Oxystin
Pituigan trin
Prednisolone
Prednisolone Acetate
Prednisone
Pregnenolone
Progesterol
Progesterone
Sodium Saccharine
Stanzolol
Testosterone Undecanate
Dexamethasone Bp93
Dexamethasone Acetate USP23
Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate USP23
Triamcinolone Acetonide Acetate Cp95
Medroxyprogesterone Acetate USP23 BP93
Megestrol Acetate USP23
Cyclophosphamide USP23
Etoposide USP23
Methotrexate USP23
Tamoxifen Citrate USP23
Betaepoxide
Spironolactone USP23 BP93
Clomiphen Citrate USP23
Diethylstilboestrol BP93
Xiyin (Mifeprestone Tablet ) 25mg,200mg
Misoprostol Tablet 0.2mg
Weinian (Nylestriol Tablet ) 1mg,2mg,5mg
Hydrocortisone BP93/USP23
Prednisone BP93/USP23
Dehydroepiandro-sterone acetate
Pregnenolone
Hydroxyprogesterone caproate
Cortisone acetate
Hydroxyprogesterone aceate
Hydroxyprogesterone caproate
Dehydroepiandrosterone
Progesterone
Medroxyprogesterone Acetate BP93/USP23
Megesterol Acetate BP93/CP95
Hydroxyprogesterone Hexanoate BP93/CP95
17a-HYDROXY PROGESTERONE Enterprise Standard
4-ANDROSTENEDIOL 99%MIN
5-ANDROSTENEDIOL 99%MIN

Products ----IV
Pyruvic acid 98%
Calcium pyruvate 98%
Potassium pyruvate 98%
Magnesium pyruvate 98%
Sodium pyruvate 99%
Methyl pyruvate 98%
Ethyl pyruvate 98%
Butyl pyruvate 98%
Creatine pyruvate 98%
N-acetylglucosamine 99%
Ethyl Bromopyruvate 80-85%
Zinc pyruvate 98%
Glucosamine hydrochloride 99%
Glucosamine sulfate, potassium salt 99%
Methyl bromide (Bromomethane) 99.5%
Alluminium phosphide 56%
Magnesium phosphide 66%
Magnesium phosphide 56%
Sufuryl fluoride
4-Nitrobenzoyl chloride
2,3-Dimethylindole
Cerium carbonate
Sodium Prasterone Sulfate
Melatonin
Dipyridamole
Adenosine-5'-Triphosphate  ATP
Captopril
D-Ribose
Ofloxacin
BISPHENOL-S
4,4'-DIHYDROXYDIPHENYL SULFONE
Triethyl borate
2-Methyl Imidazole
P-Toluoyl Chloride
3-oxo-4-androstene-17B-carboxylic acid
Citric Acid Monohydrate
Citric Acid Anhydrous
Refined Citric Acid anhydrous
Potassium Citrate
Sodium Citrate
Titanium Dioxide of Anatase (enamel grade)
Titanium Dioxide of Anatase (normal grade)
Titanium Dioxide of rutile (chloride process)
Indole (2,3 Benzopyrolle)
3-Indoleacetic acid
Hydroxypurine
6-Mereaptopurine
6-Chloropurine
2,6-Dichloro Purine
Adenine
Penicillin Series :
Benzylpenicillin Sodium Packing:8Bou/Tin
Benzylpenicillin Potassium Packing:8Bou/Tin
Procaine Penicillin G Packing:5Bou/Tin
Fortified Procaine Penicillin G Packing:5Bou/Tin
Benzathine Penicillin G Packing:5Bou/Tin
Penicillin G Potassium for injection (Containing 4.0-5.0% Sodium Citrate) Packing:8Bou/Tin
Penicillin V Potassium Packing:40Bou/Barrel
Penicillin G Mixture Packing:5Bou/Tin
Penicillin G Mixture(6:3:3) with streptomycin Packing:10Bou/Bag
Fortified Procaine Penicillin G with streptomycin Packing:10Kg/Bag
Penicillin G Sulfoxide Packing:25Kg/Barrel
Penicillin G Potassium crude Packing:40Bou/Barrel

Products ----V
Antibiotics
1)Amikacin sulphate BP93/USP23
2)Ciprofloxacin Hcl USP23
3)Chloramphenicol BP93
4)Norfloxacin USP22/USP23
5)Chlortetracycline Hydrochloride BP93
6)Oxytetracycline Hydrochloride BP93
7)Clindamycin Hydrochloride BP93
Phosphate BP93
8)Penicillin G Benzathin microfine BP93
Benzathin 1.0% lec.BP93
Benzathin Fortified buffered sterile mixture
(Penicillin G Benzathin/Procaine/Potassium 6:3:3)
9)Doxycycline Hydrochloride BP93/USP23
Monohydrate BP93
10)Dihydrostreptomycin Sulphate BP93
11)Penicillin G Potassium sterile BP93
12)Erythromycin Base BP93
Thiocynate
13)Penicillin G Procaine microfine sterile
Procaine 1%lec.Microfine sterile
Procaine Fortified, sterile mixture
(Penicillin G Procaine/Potassium;3:1)
14)Gentamycin Sulphate BP93 sterile
15)Griseofulvin BP93/CP95
16)Kanamycin Acid Sulphate BP93
Sulphate BP93
17)Penicillin G Sodium sterile BP93
18)Rifampicin BP93
19)Kitasmycin Base BP93
20)Streptomycin Sulphate oral BP93
21)Lincomycin Hydrochloride BP93
22)Streptomycin Sulphate sterile BP93
23)Neomycin Sulphate BP80/USP23
24)Tetracycline Hydrochloride BP93

Sulfonamides

1)Sulphadiazine (SD)BP93
2) Sulphadiazine Sodium (SDNa)BP93
3)Sulphadimidine Base (SM2)BP93
4) Sulphadimidine Sodium (SM2Na)BP93
5)Sulphadoxine BP93
6) Sulphadimethoxine BP88
7)Sulphaguanidine (SG)BPC73
8)Sulphamethoxypyridazine(SMP) BP88
9)Sulphamethoxypyridazine Sodium BP88
10)Sulphasalazine USP23
11)Sulphamerazine (SM1)USP23
12)Sulphamerazine Sodium (SM1Na)USP15
13)Sulphanilamide (SN)BPC68
14)Sulphaquiinoxalline Sodium BPV77
15)Sulphathiazole Sodium NF11
16)Trimethoprim(TMP) BP93

Antipyretics & Analgesics

1)Aminopyrine BP93
2)Antipyrine BP93
3)Analgin DAB10/DAB9
4)Aspirin BP93/USP23/DC90
5)Carbamazepine BP88/BP93
6)Diclofenac Sodium BP93/JP12
7)Indomethacin BP93/USP23
8)Naproxen BP93/USP23
9)Naproxen Sodium BP93/USP23
10)Paracetamol BP93/USP23/DC90
11)Phenacetin BP68
12)Phenylbutazone BP93/USP23
13)Salicylamide BP93/USP23
14)Sodium Salicylate BP93/USP23
15)Sulindac BP93/USP23
16)Diflunisal BP93

Other Pharmaceuticals

1)Avermectin
2)Benzocaine BP93/USP23
3)Biphenyl Dicarboxylate
4)Bromhexine Hcl BP93
5)Calcium Gluconate BP93/USP23
6)Captopril BP93/USP23
7)Chlorpromazine Hcl BP93
8)Chloroquin Phosphate BP93
9)Cimetidine Polymorph A USP23/JP12
10)Clotrimazole BP93
11)Dipyridamole USP23/BP93
12)Furazolidone BP93
13)Guaifenesine USP23
14)Ibuprofen BP93
15)Isoniazid BP93
16)Ivermectin
17)Liodcaine Hcl BP93
18)Metronidazole BP93
19)Nitrofurantoin BP93
20)Phenytoin Base BP93
21)Phenytoin Sodium BP93
22)Praziquantel USP23
23)Procaine Hydrochloride BP93/USP23
24)Promethazine Hcl BP93
25)Piracetam
26)Pyrantel Pamoate USP23
27)Pyrimethamine BP93
28)Sucralfate BP93/JP12
29)Theophylline mono/anhy. BP93
30)Timalol Maleate USP23

Veterinary Products

1)Albendazole USP23/CP95
2)Carbadox BP80
3)Chlortetracycline 15% feed grade
4)Clopidol 98%
5)Daveridine Base BP93
6)Dimetridazole BPV93
7)Fenbendazole 99%
8)Flubendazole 99%
9)Levamisol Hcl BP93
10)Olaquindox 98%
11)Oxybendazole 99%
12)Riboflavine feed grade
13)Saccharin Sodium BP93/USP23/DAB10
14)Xanthan Gum FCCIII
15)P-Aminobenzoic Acid BP93/USP23
16)P-Aminobenzamide 99%
17)Camphor DAB10
18)Acesulfam K FCCIII

Vitamins

1)Vitamin B1 mono BP93/USP23
2)Vitamin B1 Hcl BP93/USP23
3)Vitamin B6 BP93/USP23
4)Vitamin B2 USP23/BP93
5)Vitmin D BP93/USP23
6)Vitamin E BP93/USP23
7)Vitamin K1 BP93/USP23
8)Vitamin U 99%
9)Vitmain B12 USP23
10)Folic Acid BP93/USP23
11)Rutin NF11
12)Inositol NF12
13)Nicotinic Acid BP93/USP23
14)Nicotinamide BP93/USP23

Amino Acids

1)L-Alanine AJI88/FCCIII
2)L-Asparagine mono AJI88
3)L-Aspartic Acid AJI92
4)L-Cysteine Hcl mono/anhy. AJI88
5)L-Cystine AJI88
6)S-Methyl-L-Cysteine
7)L-Hydroxyproline AJI90
8)L-Isoleucine AJI88/FCCIII
9)L-Glutamic Acid AJI90
10)L-Glutamine FCCIII
11)L-Leucine AJI88/USP23
12)L-Lysine JP90/USP23
13)L-Proline JP90
14)L-Phenylalanine AJI90
15)Glycine USP23
16)L-Methionine AJI88
17)DL-Methionine AJI88
18)L-Threonine AJI90/USP22
19)L-Tyrosine USP23
20)L-Valine USP23
21)Taurine JP8
22)Aspertam FCCIII

Nucleic Acids

1)Adenine
2)Adenine uncleotide
3)Guanine
4)Guanylate
5)Cytidylic acid
6)5-Flurouril
7)Thymine 99%
8)Uridine acid
9)Yeast ribonucleic acid

Nutritional Products

1)Ginkgo biloba 24/6%(27/10%)
2)Creatine monohydrate 99.5% min.
3)Chrysin 99% min.
4)DHEA 99.5%
5)D-Glucosamine Hcl 99% min.
6)D-Glucosamine sulphate , sodium/Kcl
7)Silymarin 80% DAB8
8)St. John’s Wort 0.3%
9)5-HTP 98.5% min.
10)N-Acetyl-d-Glucosamine 99% min.
11)Alpha lipoic acid
12)Artemisinin 99% min.
13)Androstenedione 99% min
14)Bamboo leaves ext.
15)Bilberry extract
16)Camptothecin
17)Catharanthine
18)Chondroitin sulphate 90%
19)Chlorogenic acid
20)Citrus aurantium extract
21)Cyslovirobuxine 95%
22)Diosgenin
23)Hydroxy camptothecin
24)Ginkgolide 90%
25)Ginsenoside 80%
26)Grape seed extract 95% min.
27)Packli Taxel 99%
28)Siberian ginseng 0.8% min.
29)Sodium pyruvate
30)Vinpocetin
31)Vincristine sulphate

Other Pharmaceuticals

5,7-Dihydroxyflavon(chrysin)
Acetylsalicylic acid
Citric Acid Anhy
Citric Acid Mono
Genistein
Ibuprofen
Methyl Salicilate
Ofloxacin
Sodium Benzoate
Vitamin A
Vitamin B1
Vitamin B12
Vitamin B2
Vitamin B6
Vitamin E
Vitamin K1
Vitamin K3
Vitamin K4
Acetyl L-Carnitine HCL
Alpha Lipoic Acid
Ascorbyl Palmitate
Calcium HMB
Calcium Pyruvate
Chitin
Chitosan
Creatine Citrate
Creatine Monohydrate
Creatine Phosphate Disodium
Creatine Pyruvate
D(-)-Ribose
D-glucosamine HCL
D-Glucosamine HCL(Sulfate)
DL-Phenylalanine
Inositol Nicortinate
Magnessium Pyruvate
M-Amino phenol
P-Amino phenol
Phytosterol
Potassium Pyruvate
Sodium Pyruvate
Triamcinolone (Base, Acetonide, Acetonide Acetate)
· Amoxycillin
· Carnitine
· Chloroquine Phophate
· Erythromycin
· Glucosamine
· Metocloapramide Mono HCL
· Penicillin
· Thiamine
· Ceramide
· Mono Ammonium Glycrrhizinate
· Cephalexin
· Cystine
· Closantel Base
· Ampicillin
· Alanine
· Glutamine Base
· Guaiaphenesin
· Metronidazole
· Zinc Gluconate
· Acrifiavine Hydrocloride
· Chloramphenicol
· Cysteine
· Folic Acid
· Glucose
· Lysine
· Melatonin
· Niclosamide
· Sodium Diacetate
· Aminophylline
· Sulfamerazine
· Ibuqrofen
· Apartic Acid
· Creatine
· Mebendazol
· Nystatin
· Tromethamine
· Sodium Acetate
· Amitraz
· Evermctin
· Doxycycline HCL
· Lincmycin HCL
· Thiamine Mono
· Cyfluthrin
· Tralomethrin · Diflubenzuron
· Betamethasone
· Gentamycine Sulphate
· Neomycin Sulphate
· Cypermethrin
· Deltamethrin
· Imidacloprid · Triflumuron
· Calcium Gluconate
· Inositol
· Nystatin
· Malathion
· Propargite
· Ivermectin
· Dexamethathone
· Ketamine HCL
· Sulphadiazine
· Methamidophos
· Trifluralin
· Hesperidin
· Weeping Forsythla & Flower Extract
· Panax Notoginsenosides
· Notoginseng Folium Saponins
· Tripterygium Hypoglaucum
· Citrus Auramtium Extract
· Scherian Ginseng Extract
· Schisandrin · Cierus
· Baicalin
· Breviscapin
· Bergeninum
· Soybean Extract
· Flavonoids
· Ginsenosode
· Stevia P.E. · Aerantium Extract
· Artemisinin
· Helicide
· Pueraria Lovate
· Isoflavones
· Ginseng P.E.
· Schisandrin
· Rutin
· St.Jhon's Wort
· Hutch Extract
· Milk Thistle P.E.
· Hawthorn Berry P.E.
· Garic Clover P.E.
· Ginger Root Extract
· Methyltestosterone
· 19-Nor-4-Androstene
· 19-Norandrostenedione · Stanozolol
· 4-Androstenediol
· 4-Androstenedione · 5-Androstenediol
· Sodium Metabisulfite
· Gallic Acid
· D-Sorbitol
· Phenylacetyl Amide
· Sodium Thiosulfate
(P-Adotamido phenyl)acetic acid
(p、m)-Bromophenol
(p、m、o)-Bromoaniline
(p、m、o)-Bromothioansoleidine
1(2-Methoxyphenyl)Piperazine HBr
1,2,4-Tribromobutane
1,3,5-Trihydroxybenzene
1,3,5-Trimethoxybenzene
1,3-Butylene glycol
1,3-Difluorobenzen
1,3-cyclohexandi-one
1,3Bromochloropropane
1,4-Butylene glycol
1,4-Butyleneglycol
1,4-Dibromobutane
1,4-androstadienedione
1,4-dioxane
1-(2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)ethanone
1-Bromo-3-Chloro Propane
1-Naphthyacetic acid
1-Phenyl-5-mercapto tetrazole
1-butanesulfonyl chloride
1-phenyl-3-methyl-5-pyrazolone
10-Hydroxycamptothecinum
19-NORANDROSTENIONE
19-nor-4or5-androstenediol
19-nor-4or5-androstenedione
2'-Hydroxyacetephenone
2,2'-Dipyridyl
2,2'-Dithiosalicyclic Acid
2,4,5,6-Tetrachloropyrimidine
2,4,6-Tribromoaniline
2-AMINO-5-CHLORO-BENZOPHENONEL11
2-Amino-4-mercaptothrometrayactate
2-Amino-4-mercaptothrometray
2-Amino-5,2'-dichloro benzophezophenone
2-Amino-5-chloro-2'-flourobenzophenone
2-Amino-5-nitropyrid
2-Bromo-p-methoxyacetophenone
2-Bromothiophene
2-CHDLDR P-PHENYLENE DIAMINE
SULPHATF
2-Chloro-2-hgdroxyphenyl acetic acid
2-Chloro-3-carboxypyridine
2-Chloro-3-oyanopyridine
2-Chloro-4-Amino-6,7-Dimethoxy Quinazoline
2-Chloro-4-aminopyridine
2-Chloro-4-cyanopyridine
2-Chloro-5-nitropyridine
2-Chloroacrylonitrile
2-Cyano-3-methylpyridine
2-Cyanopyrazine
2-Fluoro-4-Methoxy-Methylbenzene
2-Hydroxy Benzyl Alcohol
2-Hydroxy-5-nitropyridi
2-Mercapto-5-methoxybenzimidazole
2-Pyridine carboxylic
2-Pyridine ethanol
2-THIENRLACETRL CHLORIDE
2-Vinylpyridine
2-chloro Ryridine
2-methyleneglutaronitrile
2-phenylpropionaldeyhde
2-t-butylaniline
2'-Hydroxy-3-Phenylpropiophenone
3,3-Dimethyl-2-hrdroxy butanic acid
3,3-Dimethyl-2-oxo-butahoic acid
3,4,5-Trimethoxybenzaldethyde
3,4,5-Trimethoxytoluene
3,4-Dimethyl-bengalde hgde
3,4-dimethoxybenzoic acid
3,5-Bis(trifluoromethyl)tromoleuyene
3-ACETYL-7-KETO-DHEA
3-Aminopyridine
3-Bromobenzotrifluoride
3-Nisoldipine
3-Pyridinol
4-Hydroxy phenylacetic acid
4 or 5-androstenediol
4 or 5-androstenedione
4,4'-DIAMINO DIPHENYLAMINE-2-SULFONIC ACID
4,4'-Difluorbenzhydrol
4,4'-Difluorbenzophenone
4,6-Dichloro-2-methylthiopyrimidine
4,6-Dimethoxy-2-methanesulfonylpyrimidine
4,6-Dimethoxy-2-methylthiopyrimidine
4,6-Dimethoxy-2-methanesulfonylpyrimidine158
4-Aminopyridine
4-Bromo-1 Butene
4-Chloropyridine hydrochloride
4-Diphenyl Phenyl Retone
4-Hydroxybenzeneacetonitrile
4-Hydroxyproicphenone
4-Iodophenol
4-Isopropylbenzoic acid
4-Methoxy Propiophenone
4-Methyl catechol
4-Pyridyi thio acid chi-oride hydrochloride
4-Toluene Sulfonurea225
4-[2-(Dimethylamiino)ethoxy]benzylamine
4'-Bromethyl-2-Cyanodiphenyl
5,7 -Dihydroxyflavone
5,7-Dihydroxyflavone
5-Chlorosalicylamide
5-Fluorooratic acid hydrate
5-Methoxyindole
5-Methyl-Pyrazine-2-Carboxylic Acid
5-Chloro-2,4,6-trifluoropyrimidine
5-Aminosalicyclic acid
6,8-Dichloroethyl Caprylate
6-APA
7-ACA-3MMT(for Cefoperazone-Cefinetazole-Cefmandole)
7-ACA-3MMTD(for Cefazolin)
7-ACT(for Cefetriaxone)
7-keto DHEA
9-Fluorenecarboxylic acid
9-Fluorenemethanol
9-Fluoreneone
9-Fluorenyl methanol
9-anthraldehyde
AE-actived fat
ARTEMISININ

Products ----III (A)

Acetamiprid
Acetone
Acetyl-L-Carnitine hydrochloride
Alfacalcidol
Alkaline Phosphatas, Calf Intestinal
Allopurinol(HPP)
Allylamine
Alpha lipoic acid
Alpha- lipoic acid
Amolodipine
Amolodipine besylate
Amoxicillin Trihgdrate
Amoxiciuin
Amoxicillin trihydrate
Ampicillin Sodium
Ampicillin Trihydrate
Amrinone
Ancitabine Hydrochloride
Aniracetam242
Apraclonidine Hydrochloride
Armillaria Mellea Extract(Powder)
Armillarisinum A
Atracurium besylate
Azithromycin
Azone
BAICALIN
BERBERINE CHLOYIDE
Balsalazide Disodium
Balsalazine(BSA)
Barbituric acid
Benserazide Hydrochloride
Benzylazole
Betamethasone sodium phosphat
Bisacodyl
Bismuchi Subsalicylas
Bisphenol A
Bromoethane
Bromoethylamine hydrobromide
Buflomedil
Busulfoan
Butanoic acid-2-butere-1,4-diyester
Butylene oxide
CALCIUM LACTATE
CALCIUMLACTATE
CAMPTOTHECINUM
CARBAMAZEPINE(Refined)
CHONDROITIN SULFATE
CITRUS AURANTILLM EXTRACT
COSMZ
Ca-HMB
Calcium Acetylsalicylate
Calcium Carbonate
Calcium Folinate Leucovorin Calcium
Calcium Hydrophosp Hate
Calcium hypoho sphite
Calcium pyruvate
Calcium-4-methyl-2-oxopalerate
Ca+13%min
Camptothecinum
Captopril
Captopril126
Carbimazole
Carbimazole271
Carmustine(BCNU)
Caruacrol
Carvodilol
Cattle & Sheep chdic acid
Cattle & Sheep cholic acid
Cattle goll powder
Cefaclor
Cefagolin
Cefixime
Cefoperazone
Cefoperazone Sodium
Cefotaxime
Cefotaxime Sodium
Cefradin Mono
Cefradine
Cefradin Capsules
Ceftagidme
Ceftazidime
Ceftriaxone
Ceftriaxone Sodium
Ceftriazone
Cephalexin
Cephradin
Cetrizine
Chitosan
Chlorhexidine Acetate
Chloropivalic chloride
Cholesterol
Chromium Picolinate
Chromium Polynicotinate
Chrysin
Ciprofloxacin HCL
Clarithromycin
Clenbuteml
Clenbuterol Hydrochloride
Clenbuteroli Hydrochloridum
Clenbuteroli hydrochloridum
Climbazole
Clonidine Hydrochloride
Clotrimazole
Co-Q10
Creatine Monohydrate
Creatine monohydrate
Cromogycate Sodium
Cupric Carbonate basic
Cupric Sulfate
Cupric acetate
Cupric bromide
Cyclo-Clenbuterol
Cyclohexane
Cyclophosamide
Cyclopropyl bromide
Cytarabine
Cytarabine Hydrochloride
D-Glacosamine Hcl
D-Glucosamine Sulfate(K+)
D-Glucosamine Sulfate(Na+)
D-RIBOSE
DHEA
DIAZEPAM
DIETHYL SUCCINATE
DIMETHYL SUCCINATE
DL-Carnitine hydrochloride
DMF
DMSA
Dacarbazine
Daidzein
Deoxyribonuclease I
Diethylamino ethylchoride hydrochloride
Diethylaminoethanol
Diethylene triaminepentaceticacid
Difenidol Hydrochloride
Dimethyl aminoethylchloride hydrichloride
Diphenyl Chloromethane
Dipyridamole
Disodium Methotrexate
Domperidone
Doxazosin Mesylate
Doxofylline
Drtificial bezodr
EDTA
ETOPSIDE
Ebastine
Ellagic Acid
Enocitabine
Enoxacin
Enrofloxacin
Epichlorohydrin
Erythromycin Oxime
Erythromycin Ethylsuceinatis
Estriol
Ethyl 2,6-Dichloro-5-Fluoro-Nicotinylacetate
Ethyl Pnitrobenzoate
Ethyl-4chloroacetoacetate
Ethylbenzyl chloride63
Ethylebc chlorohydrin
Etidronate Disodium223
FOLIC ACID
FUPAZOLIDONE
Famotidine
Felodipine
Fenofibrate
Fenofibrate Acid
Ferrous Sulfate
Fleroxacin
Fluconazole
Flucytosine
Folic acid
Forchlorfenuron
Foscarnet Sodium
GBE
GLUCOSAMINE HCL
Gallic Acid
Ganoderma Lucidum extract(Powder)
Gemfibrozil
Ginkgo Biloba Extract
Glimepiride
Glycerin
HEPARIN SODIUM
HESPERIDIN
HONEYSUCKLE EXTRACT
HPG Dane Salt
Heavy Magnesium Carbonate
Hemin
Hexoestrol
Hydrocamptothecine
Hydrochloride Diethylamine
Hydrotalcite
Hydrotalcite tablets280
Hydroxymethyl Nicotinamide
Hydroxyurea
IMINODIBENZYL
Ifosfamide
Imidacloprid
Imidazole
Indapamide
Inositol Niacinate
Irbeaarpan
Irinotecan HCL Trihydrate
Isosorbide Monoitrate
Isosorbide-5-Nitrate
Jiogulan Zongdai
L-Alaminol
L-Arginine
L-Carnitine hydrochloride
L-Histidine HCL
L-Leucovorin Calcium
L-Serine
L-carnitine
L-homlcyitine
LACTIC ACID
LEVODOPA
Leflunomide
Letrozol
Leucoson
Leucovorin Calcium
Levulinic Acid
Lomefloxacin
Lomustine
MAA
METHYL SULFONYL METHNE
MSM
Maghesium sucfate
Magnesium Oxide
Magnesium Salicy late137
Malonic acid
Maltose87
Medicated Acticaed Calcium Powder
Medicine Glycerol
Megluminum
Meloxicam
Meloxicam(Mobic)
Mesna
Metamizole Magnesium salt
Methane sulfonic
Methanesulfonamide
Methiamazole
Methotrexate
Methyl Sulfonylmathane
Methyl salicylate
Methylene chloride
Methylsulfonic acid
Methylsulfonyl chloride
Methylsulfonylmethane(MSM)
Metronidazole Benzoate
Metyoly-4-chloroacetotate
Milrinone
Mimoxidium
Minoxidil
Mitomycinum C
Molsidomine
Mycellia of cephalosporium Sinensis(piece)
Mycellia of cephalosporium Sinensis(powder)
N-Acetyl-D-Glacosamine
N-Acetyl-dl-methionine
N-Ethylglucamne
N-acetyl-L-carnitine
N-n-Octyl-D-glucamine
NIFEDIPINUM
Natural Vitamin E oil
New Azone
Nicorndil
Nicotinic Acid
Nifedipine
1,3-Difluorobenzene ≥99.5
1,4-Didydroxy anthraquinone 96%,99% 40kg/drum
1-chloromethyl naphthalene ≥99 200kg/drum
1-Naphthal dehyde ≥98 200kg/drum
1-naphthoic acid
Other Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals
2-(2-Methoxy phenox)ethylamine ≥99%
2-(2-Methoxy phenox)ethylamine HCL >98%
2,2-Dimethoxyethylamine
2,2-dimethyl butyric acid ≥98
2,3,4-trifluoronitrobenzene ≥99.8
2,4,5,6-tetroaminopyrimidine sulfate >99%
2,4,6-Trichloro phenylhydrazine Q.B. 25kg/drum
2,4-Dimethoxy Benazldehyde
2,5-Dimercapto-1,3,4-thiadiazole 98%
2,5-Dimethoxy Benazldehyde
2,5-Dimethoxycinnamic acid
2,5-dimethylphenol 99%
2,6-Dichloropurine 99% 25kg/drum
2-amino-5-mercapto-1,3,4-thiadiazole 98%
2-Ethyl phenylhydrazine HCL Q.B. 25kg/drum
2-Propyl-Isonicotinamide Q.B. 25kg/barrel
2-thiopheneethanol ≥99 200kg/drum
2-Thiopheneethylamine
3,4-methylenedioxy-phenylacetone ≥98 200kg/drum
3,5-Difluorol aniline ≥98.5 25kg/drum
3,5-Difluorol phenol ≥98.5 200kg/drum
3,5-dihydroxybenzylalcohol 98.50%
3-Heteroauxing 98%/99% 25kg/drum
3-Indole butyric acid 98% 25kg/drum
3-Indole Crylic acid 98% 25kg/drum
3-Indole formaldehyde 98%/99% 25kg/drum
3-Indole Formic acid 99% 25kg/drum
3-Indole Methanol 98% 25kg/drum
3-Indole propionic acid 98%/99% 25kg/drum
3-Isopropyiaminopropan-1,2-dioi 99.50%
3-Mino-4-chloro benzoic acid ≥99% 25kg/barrel
3-Phenoxypropionic acid Q.B. 25kg/barrel
4-(2,3-Epoxyropoxy)carbazole >98%
4,4' bis(diethoxyphosponomethyl)biphenyl    
4-Chloro-3-nitro benzoic acid ≥99% 25kg/barrel
4-Chloro-3-nitro benzophenone ≥95% 25kg/barrel
4-Chloro-3-nitro-4-fluorobenzophenone Q.B. 25kg/bag
4-Epoxypropanoxycarazole ≥99%
4-Hgdroxycarbazole ≥98%
4-Hydroxypropiophenone ≥99 25kg/bag
4-Pyridinylthio acethyl ≥99.5% 20kg/drum
4-Pyridylthioacetic acid ≥99% 20kg/drum
4-Toluene sulfonurea Q.B. 20kg/bag
5-acetylamino-2-benzylthio-1,3,4-thiadiazole 98%
5-amino-1,2,3-thiadiazole 90%
5-amino-2-benzylthio-1,3,4-thiadiazole 98%
5-Chloro-2-benzoxazolinone 99% 20kg/drum
5-Indole bromide 98% 25kg/drum
5-Methoxyindole 99% 25kg/drum
5-Nitroso-2,4,6-Triaminophrlmidine >98%
6-Aminopurine 98%/99% 25kg/drum
6-Benzyl Aminopurine 98%/99% 25kg/drum
6-Chloropurine 98%/99% 25kg/drum
6-Knetin 99% 25kg/drum
6-Oxypurine 98%/99% 25kg/drum
9-Fluorenylmethanol 98% 25kg/drum
9-Methyl-1,2,3,4-terahydro-4-oxocarbazolt ≥98%
Acetyl-L-Carnitine HCL 98% 25kg/drum
Aica 99% 10kg/drum
Aica HCL 99% 10kg/drum
Benzylazole CP2000 25kg/drum
Cis-9-Tricosene
Cyclopropylamine ≥99
Diludine 98% 25kg/drum
DL-Carnitine HCL 98% 20kg/drum
Ethyl bromopyruvate 80-85%
Ethyl p-aminobenzoate BP98 25kg/drum
Hydroxyethyl iperazine 97% 25kg/drum
Inositol NF12
L-Carnitine USP/EP/Feed 25kg/drum
L-Carnitine Fumarate 98% 25kg/drum
L-Carnitine HCL 98% 25kg/drum
L-Carnitine L-Tartrate 98% 25kg/drum
Methanesulfonic acid 90%
Methotrexate Disodium ≥98%
Methyl phenylacetate >98%
Methyl-à-Formylphenylacctaic ≥98%
N-Acetyl-DL-Methionine
25kg/drum
P-aminobenzene acetophenone 99% 25kg/drum
Para-aminophenol 98%
Phenyl acetone 99% 200kg/drum
Phenyl Salicylate
Piracetam
25kg/drum
P-N-Methylaminobenzoylgltamic acid zinc salt >95%
Ramifenazone 99% 25kg/drum
Trityl chloride Q.B. 25kg/drum
β thymidine 99%
β-NaphthylOxyacetic acid 95% 25kg/drum
à-Naphthalene acetamide 98% 25kg/drum
à-Naphthylacetic acid 95%/98% 25kg/drum
1-Chloromethyl Naphthalene ≥94% ≥99%  
1-Naphthaldehyde ≥99%  
1-Naphthoic Acid ≥99%  
2-Naphthaldehyde ≥99%  
2-Naphthoic Acid ≥99%  
2,4-dinitrotoluen ≥98.5% 20Kg/Ctn
Azelaic acid ≥98%
Cholesterol USP23 25kg/drum
Cysteamine HCL Q.B.
Diatrizoic acid USP24 50kg/drum
Dinitrotoluene set point(dry estate) 200/Kg/Drum
Ethylphenylacetate ≥99%
Lodic acid AR
Meglumine BP98/USP24 25kg/drum
Meta-nitrotoluene ≥98.5% 200/Kg/Drum
Methyl bromide ≥99.5%
Para-nitrotoluene ≥99% 200/Kg/Drum
Sulfamide Q.B. 25kg/drum
Thioctic acid 99.50% 25kg/drum
Hormones & Endocine System Drugs
Diuretic & Dehydrate Drugs
Circulatory System Drugs
Digestive System Drugs
Anticancer Drugs
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Unlisted Others
Food & Feed Additive
AE-Actived fat ≥99.5% 20kg/drum
Aluminium glycinate USP24 25kg/drum
Azathioprine USP24  
Benzalkonium chloride 0.97  
Benzalkonium bromide CP95  
Chlorhexidine BP88  
Chlorhexidine HCL    
Cyclosporin A    
D-glucosamine sulfate 2kcl 0.99  
Lycine HCL Q.B.  
Melatonin    
N-Acetylglucosamine 0.99  
Silbutramine    
Triclosan 0.99 25kg/drum
Taxol ≥99%  
Triazinale ≥99.5% 25kg/drum
Tazobactam 0.94  
Tazobactam Sodium(sterile)    
Vaporpac ≥98% 25kg/drum

Name Specification Synonyms CAS NO.

Acetazolamide BP98/JP12,JP13 acetazoleamide,atenezol,Diamox 59-66-5
Amiloride   amipramidin,amipramizide,guanamprazine 2609-46-3
Bumetanide   Bumex,Burinex,Fontego,Lixil,Lunetoron 28395-03-1
Chlortalidone   Chlorthalidone,Higroton 77-36-1
Furosemide BP93 Frusemide,Lasix,Finuret 54-31-9 
Hydrochlorothiazide USP24/BP98 Dichlothiazide,Dihydrochlorothiazide 58-93-5
Mannitol BP98/USP24 D-mannitol 69-65-8
Spironolactone BP98 Aldactone,Spiroctan,Spiroderm,Spirolone 52-01-7 
Terazosin HCl 99% Hytrinex,Hytrin 63590-64-7
Triamterene   Ademin,Ademine,Dyazide,Triamthiazid 396-01-0
Amiodarone HCl BP98/EPIII Cordarone,Trangorex,Tranquerone 1951-25-3
Amrinone USP23/USP24 Cartonic,Inocor Vesistol,Wincoram  60719-84-8
Atenolol USP24/BP98 Tenormin,Atenol,Ibinolo,Tenoblock, 29122-68-7
Atrovastatin      
Benzoylmetronidazole BP98    
Captopril USP24/BP98/EPIII Capoten,Acepress,Acepril,Captoril,Lopirin 62571-86-2
Carvedilol ≥99%   72956-09-3
Chondroitin sulfate USP23 Chonsurid,Cromoist CS  9007-28-7
Cinnarzine BP98 Stutgeron 637-07-0
Clonidine HCl BP93/98/USP23 Catapres TTS,ST-155-BS  4205-90-7
Dibazole   2-Benzyl Benzimidazole HCl  
Dipyridamole USP24/BP98 Persantin  58-32-2
Dobutamine HCl USP24/EPIII  Dobutrex,Inotrex 49745-95-1
Dopamine HCl BP98/USP24 Cardiosteril,Dopastat,Dynatra,Inotropin 62-31-7
Doxazosin USP24 Carduran,UK-33274 74191-85-8
Doxazosin Mesylate 99% Alfadil,Cardran,Cardura,Diblocin,Normothen 77883-43-3
Enalapril Maleate USP24/EPIII  Enaloc,Enapren,Glioten,Hipoartel,Bitensil 76095-16-4
Fenofibrate   Lipanthyl,Fenobrate,Ankebin,Elasterin 49562-28-9
Gemfibrozil USP23 Lopid 25812-30-0
Inositol hexanicotinate BP98 Hexopal,Dilcit,Dilexpal,Esantene,Mesotal  6556-11-2
Lidocaine HCl BP98 lignocaine,Rucaina,Solarcaine,Xylotox  137-58-6
Lovastatin USP24 Mevacor,Mevinacor,Lovalip,Mevlor,Sivlor 75330-75-5
Methyldopa   Aldomet,Aldomine,AMD,L-Tyrosine,Medopa 555-30-6 
Milrinone 98.0-102.0% Corotrope,Win-47203  78415-72-2
Minoxidil USP24 Minoximen,Normoxidil,Rogaine,U-10858 38304-91-5
Mexiletine HCl CP2000 Mexitil,ritalmex,Katen 5370-01-4
Nicorandil 99% Perisalol,SG-75,Sigmart  65141-46-0
Nifedipine BP98/USP24 Adalat,Introcar,Kordafen,Nifedicor,Nifedin 21829-25-4
Nitrendipine USP23 Bayotensin,Baypress,Deiten,Nidrel  39562-70-4
Oxaprosin ≥99%    
Pantethine JP Panthecin,Pantomin,Pantosin,Lipodel 16816-67-4
Pravastatin      
Prazosin HCl USP24 Minipress  19216-56-9
Propafenone HCl USP24 Rythmonorm,Arythmol,Pronon,Rythmol 34183-22-7
Propranolol HCl BP98/USP23 Avlocardyl, Euprovasin  3506-09-0
Simvastatin USP24  Zocor 79902-63-9
Terazosin HCl 99% Hytrin,Hytrinex  63590-64-7
Troxerutin 95-102% Venoruton 7085-55-4
Vitamin E Nicotinate   Pocopheryl nicotinate,Renascin,Hijuven 43119-47-7
AICA 98.5%    
AICA HCl 98.5%    
Atropine Sulfate BP2000/USP24   5908-99-6
Bifendate CP2000 Biphenyldicarboxylate  
Carbenoxolone sodium BP98 Biogastrone,Bioplex,Bioral,Sanodin 7421-40-1
Chlorpheniranine Maleate BP98/USP24 Chlorphenamine  113-92-8
Cimetidine A JP13/USP24 Tagamet,Cimetum 51481-61-9
Cimetidine AB USP23/USP24 Acibilin,Acinil,Cimal  51481-61-9
Cimetidine HCl USP/EP Aciloc,Brumetidina,Notul  70059-30-2
Dimenhydrinate BP98/USP24 Dommanate,Dramyl,Gravol,Menhydrinate 523-87-5
Diphenidol HCl BP93/CP2000 Maniol,Tenesdol 915-30-0 
Diphenoxylate HCl 98%,BP98 Diarsed,Lomotil 3810-80-8
Domperidone   Euciton,Evoxin,Motilium,Peridon 57808-66-9
Famotidine USP23/USP24 Famodil,Famodine,Famoxal,Gaster 76824-35-6
Famotidine DiHCl      
Febuprol USP23 Valbil,Valbilan  3102-00-9
Glucurolactone CP95,99-101% Glucurone,D-glucuric lactone 90-80-2 
Methazolamide USP23 Neptazane  554-57-4
Metoclopramide JP11/CP95 Metoclopramide diHCl,Maxolon 364-62-5 
Metoclopramide HCl BP98/DAB10 Maxolon,Metoclol,Metoclopramide  54143-57-6
Omeprazole BP98 Antra,Losec,Omepral,Omeprazen 73590-58-6
Omeprazole Sodium   Losec Sodium 95510-70-6
Ondansetron USP24 Zofran 116002-70-1
Pantoprazole 98% BY-1023,BY1023  102625-70-7
Phenylpropanolamine HCL BP98/USP24 Propadrine,Benzenemethanol 154-41-6
Ranitidine USP24/EP97,BP98   66357-35-5
Ranitidine HCl USP23 Noctone,Raniben,Ranidil,Sostril 66357-59-3
Scopolamine HBr BP98 Hyoscine HBr,Barbidonna,Benacine 6533-68-2
Scopolamine Butylbromide BP98   149-64-4
Sodium Bicarbonate Food Grade(Feed) Baking soda,Bufferight,saleratus 144-55-8
Sucralfate USP24 Ularmin,Sucrate,Sulcrate,Ulcogant 54182-58-0
Thiocaprylamide      
Thioctic acid 98.5%  Lipoic acid 1077-28-5
Trepibutone CP2000 AA-149,Supacal 41826-92-0
Trimebutine ≥98.5%   39133-31-8
Trimebutine maleate JPC or ≥98.5% Foldox,Debridat,Spabucol,Trimedat 34140-59-5
7-Ethyl-10-Hydroxycamptothecin 99%    
Aclarubicin USP23 Aclacinomycin A 57576-44-0
Altretamine   Hexamethylmelamine;HMM 645-05-6
Anastrozole   Arimidex,D-1033,ICI-D1033,ZD-1033 120511-73-1
Azasetron   nazasetron 123040-69-7
Azathioprine USP23/BP93 Azamune,Azanin,Azoran,Imuran,Imurel 446-86-6 
Carboplatin USP24 Paraplatin,CBDCA 41575-94-4
Calcium Folinate USP24 CF,Folaren,Leucovorin-Calcium 6035-45-6 
Camptothecin 98% CPT,(+)-Camptothecin, (S)-(+)-Camptothecin 7689-03-4 
Cisplatin USP24 Cis-Platinum,DDP,PDD  15663-27-1
Cyclophosphamide   Cytoxan,Endoxan,CPA,CTX 6055-19-2
Cyclosporin A USP23/24,BP98 Cy-A,Cyclosporine,Neoral 29865-13-3
Cytarabine Hcl USP24/BP98 Aracytin,Cytosar,Arabinoside 147-94-4 
Dacarbazine BP93 DTIC,DIC  4342-03-4
Docetaxel 99% taxotere  114977-28-5
Estramustine disodium phosfate   Estramustin sodium phosphate 52205-73-9
Etoposide USP24 Vepeside,VP16,Toposar 33419-42-0
Fenoprofen Calcium USP24 Fenoprofen,Feprona,Fenopron 53746-45-5
Floxuridine USP23 2'FUDR,NSC-26740 50-91-9
Flurouracil BP98/USP23 Adrucil,Arumel,Fluracil,5-FU,Fluril 51-21-8 
Hydroxycamptothecin 99% 10-Hydroxycamptothecin,Ampule, 64439-81-2
Hydroxyurea USP23 Hydroxycarbamide,Hydrea,Litalir 127-07-1
Ifosfamide USP23/24 Isophosphamide,Iphosfamid,Mitoxana 3778-73-2 
Isotretinoin USP23/USP24 Isotrex,Retinoic acid,Vitamin A acid 4759-48-2
Lomustine CP2000/BP2000 Belustine,CCNU  13010-47-4
Mercaptopurine USP23 6-MP,6-mercaptopurine,Mercapurin 50-44-2 
Mesna USP24 Mucofluid,Mesnom,Mesnex,Mistabron 19767-45-4
Methotrexate USP24 Amethopterin,MTX,Ledertrexate 59-05-2
Mitomycin BP98/USP23 Mytomycin 50-07-7
Mitoxantrone BP98/USP23 Novantrone,DHAQ 65271-80-9
Norcantharidinum CP2000    
Ondansetron USP24 Zofran 116002-70-1
Penfluridol 99%min R-16341,Semap  26864-56-2
Tamoxifen citrate USP24/BP98 Nolvadex  13002-65-8
Thioguanine   6-T.G.,Lanvis,Tabloid,Tioguanine 154-42-7 
Topotecan USP23   123948-87-8
Topotecan HCl 99%   119413-54-6
Tretinoin USP23 Aberel,Airol,Aknoten,VA acid  302-79-4
Vinblastine Sulfate BP98,USP23/24 Belvan,Exal,Velban,Velbe,Velsar  143-67-9
Vincristine Sulfate BP98,USP23/24 Kyocristine,Oncovin,Vincrisul 2068-78-2
Vinorelbine 99% Navelbine 71486-22-1
Calcium Pantothenate USP24/BP98 Calpan
Calcium D-pantothenate USP23/24 D-Calpan
Calcium DL-Pantothenate 45% DL-Calpan
Folic Acid  BP98/USP24 Vitamin M,Vitamin BC,VB11
Fursultiamine USP24/BP98
Thiamine Tetrahydrofurfuryl Disulfide
Isonicotinic acid 99% r-Pivcolinic acid 
Nicotinamide 99%  Vitamin PP,Niacinamide,VB3
Nicotinic acid 99% Pyridine-3-Carboxylic acid 
Orotic acid 99% VB13
Riboflavin Sodium Phosphosphate USP24/BP98  
Rutin NF11 Rutoside,Vitamin P 
Troxerutin 95.0-105.0% Venoruton,Vitamin P4
Thiamine Nitrate   Thiamine Mononitrate
Vitamin A Oil: 1-2.8MIU/G Vitamin A Acetate

Powder: 0.5MIU/G,0.65MIU/G
Vitamin AD3    
Vitamin B1 USP24/BP98 Thiamine Hcl
97%DC
Vitamin B1(Mono) BP98/USP24 Thiamine Mononitrate
Vitamin B2 80%,96%,USP24/BP98 Riboflavin
Vitamin B4 USP23 Adenine Phosphate,Adenine
Vitamin B6 BP98/USP24 Pyridoxine Hcl
Vitamin B12 0.1%,1%,USP24/BP98 Cyanocobalamin 
Vitamin D2 Oil: 20MIU/G Ergocalciferol,Calciferol Viosterol
Powder: BP98/USP24
Vitamin D3 Oil: 0.5MIU/G,1MIU/G,10MIU/G Cholecalciferol
Powder: 1MIU/G,BP2000/USP24
Vitamin E Oil: 96%,98% à-Tocopherol Acetate

Powder:30%,50%,USP24/EP97/BP98
Vitamin E Nicotinate   Tocopheryl Nicotinate
Vitamin H 2%, 98% Biotin
Vitamin K1 USP24(Oil) Phytomenadione
Vitamin K3 60%,USP20/USP23 Menadione
Vitamin K4 CP2000 Menadiol
Vitamin U(Cl)    Methylmethionine Sulfonium Chloride
Vitamin U(I)   Iodomethyl Methionine
Aminophylline BP98/USP24 Phyllocontin,Somophyllin 317-34-0
Benproperine phosphate BP98/USP24 Blascorid, Pirexyl  19428-14-9
Bromhexine HCl BP93 Auxit,Bisolvon,Broncokin 611-75-6
Carbocisteine   S-carbomethylcysteine 638-23-3
Chloperastine   Cloperastine  
Clorprenal DiHCl CP2000    
Clenbuterol HCl CP2000,98.5% Spiropent,Ventipulmin 21898-19-1
Cromolyn Sodium CP2000 Natrii Cromoglycas,Sodium cromoglycate 15826-37-6
Cyclo-Clenbuterol      
Decloxizine HCl CP2000 Rescupal  
Dextromethorphan HBr   Benylin DM,Canfodion,Cosylan,Methorate 6700-34-1
Dioxopromethazine CP2000 Prothanon,9,9-dioxopromethazine  
Ephedrine HCl BP98/USP24/EP97 Ephetonin,racephedrine HCl  134-71-4
Guaifenesin USP23/24 Guaiacol glyceryl ether,Guaiphenesine 532-03-6
Ketotifen BP93/98,EP3 Zaditen 34580-13-7
Ketotifen fumarate JPC98 Allerkif,Totifen,Zaditen,Zasten  34580-14-8
Methylephedrine JP10 Benzenemethanol,N-Methylephedrine  552-79-4
Pentoxyverine citrate   Toclase 77-23-6
Pseudoephedrine HCl BP98/USP24/EP97 d-Isoephedrine 345-78-8
Salbutamol sulfate BP98   51022-70-9
Sulfogaiacol USP23 Potassium guaiacolsulfonate  
Theophylline-7-acetic acid     652-37-9
Theophylline BP98/USP24 Theophyl 58-55-9
Albendazole USP23/24 Zentel 54965-21-8
Albendazole sulfoxide 98%min Rycobendazole  
Arteannuin CP95/2000,99%  Artemisinin,artemisine,huanghuahaosu 63968-64-9
Artemether   Dihydroartemisinin methyl ether 71963-77-4
Arteannuinum   Artesunate  
Avermectin     71751-41-2
Chloroquine Phosphate BP98   50-63-5
Chloroquine Sulphate BP93   132-73-0
Diclazuril   Clinacox  
Dimitridazole 99%  1,2-Dimethyl-5-nitroimidazole 551-92-8
Flubendazole   Flubenol,Flumoxal,Flumoxane,Fluvermal 31430-15-6
Ivermectin FDA Ivomec,Mectizan,MK-933,Zimecterin 70288-86-7
Hydroxychloroquine sulphate BP93/USP23 Oxichloroquine,Oxychloroquine 118-42-3
Levamisole HCl BP98 L-tetramisole,Meglum,Nemicide,Nilverm 16595-80-5
Mebendazole USP24  Antenol,Lomper,Mebatreat,Mebenvet, 31431-39-7
Metronidazole BP98/USP24,EPIII Metrolag,Metrolyl,Metrotop,Trichazol 443-48-1
Niclosamide BP93/BP98  Cestocide,Niclocide,Ruby,Yomesan 50-65-7
Niclosamide Ethanolamine WHO/SMF/1.R3    
Ornidazole   Madelen,Ornidal,o-7-0207,Tiberal 16773-42-5
Phenthioimidazole      
Piperazine Citrate   Helmezine,Oxucide,Patazine,Piperazine 144-29-6
Piperazine phosphate     14538-56-8
Praziquantel BP98/USP24 Biltricide, Cesol, Droncit 55268-74-1
Primaquine phosphate CP2000/BP88   63-45-6
Pyrantel pamoate   Helmex,Helmintox,Piranver 22204-24-6
Pyrimethamine BP98/USP23 hloridin,Daraprim,Fansidar,Malocide  58-14-0
Sodium antimony gluconate   Stibbii natrii gluconas  
Tinidazole JP12 Fasigyn,Pletil,Tricolam,Trimonase  19387-91-8
Triclabendazole     68786-66-3
Triclabendazole sulfoxide      
Trimethoprim BP98/USP24 Ipral,Instalac,Proloprim,Syraprim,TMP 738-70-5 

Adenine USP23 Vitamin B4,6-aminopurine 73-24-5
Aspirin BP2000/USP24 Acetylsalicylic acid,ASA 530-75-6
Calciparine   Calcium heparinate,Ecasolv,Heparin HCl 37270-89-6
Calcium folinate  USP24 CF,Leucovorin-Calcium,Leucosar 6035-45-6
Calcium Gluconate USP24   299-28-5
Cyanocobalamin 0.1%,1%,USP24/BP98 Vitamin B12,Cytamen,Cytobion,Vibalt 68-19-9
Dextran 40-70  Dextraven,Eudextran,Gentran 9004-66-4
Dextrose Oral/Inj. Glucose,D-glucose,Dextrose monohydrate 77029-61-9
Etamsylate BP98 Aglumin,Altodor,Dicynene,Cyclonamine  2624-44-4
Folic acid BP98/USP24 Vitamin M 59-30-3
Heparin   Arteven,Leparan,Liquemin 9005-49-6
Heparin sodium   Heparinin,Ardeparin Sodium, Clexane 9041-08-1
Leueovorin calcium CP2000/USP24/BP98    
Leucogen 99% Leikogen,Abisol 7631-90-5
Menadione 60%,USP20/USP23 Vitamin K3,Kayklot,Kaynone,Kolklot 58-27-5 
Nandrolone Phenpropionate BP98/USP24 Nandrolone Phenylpropionate 62-90-8 
Phytomenadione USP24(Oil) Vitamin K1,Konakion,Mephyton 84-80-0
Sodium carboxymethyl CP2000/BP98 Carboxymethylamylum natricum  
Ticlopidine HCl   Ticlid,Ticlosin,Tiklid,Ticlodone 53885-35-1
Testosterone BP98/USP24 Mertestate,Oreton,Testoderm,Testolin  58-22-0
Tranesamic acid BP98 Tranexamic acid 1197-18-8
Ubenimex   Bestatin,NK-421 58970-76-6

Alprazolam CP2000 Alplax,D-65MT,Tafil,Tranquinal,Xanax 28981-97-7
Amobarbital BP98 Amal,Amytal,Isoamyl barbitone 57-43-2 
Benzoyl phenobarbitone RP XI Benzobarbitone,Benzoyl phenobarbital
Chlordiazepoxide BP98 Librium 58-25-3 
Chlormezanone     80-77-3
Clonazepam USP23/24 Rivotril 1622--61-3
Diazepam BP98 Valium 439-14-5 
Estazolam   Fenarol,Lobak,Rexan,Rilansyl,Rilaquil 29975-16-4
Flurazepam HCl   Benozil,Dormodor,Felson,Insumin 1172-18-5
Lorazepam USP23 Lora,Ativan,Lorax,Tavor,Temesta 846-49-1 
Meprobamate BP98/USP24 Appetrol,Meprospan,Meptran,Urbilat 57-53-4
Nitrazepam BP98 Calsmin,Megadon 146-22-5 
Oxazepam   Durazepam,Lederpam 604-75-1
Phenprobamate JP Spantol,Gamaquil,Palmita,Extacol 673-31-4 
Phenobarbital USP22/23 Phenobarbitone sodium,Luminal 50-06-6 
Urethane BP73 Ethyl carbamate,Ethylurethane 51-79-6 
Fentanyl Citrate   Fentanil,Fentanest,Leptanol,Pentanyl 990-73-8 
Lithium Carbonate USP24 Camcolit,Carbolith,Lithobid,Lithonate 554-13-2
Meclofenoxate HCl JSP1989 Brenal,Clocete,Lucidril,Methocynal 3685-84-5
Methadone   Adanon HCl 76-99-3
Nefopam(HCl) CP2000 Fenazoxine 23327-57-3
Rotundine CP2000 L-tetrahydropalmatine,Rotundinum
Tramadol HCl DAC86 Tramal,Crispin,Melanate,Ultram,Zydol  22204-88-2
Amantadine   Mantadine 768-94-5
Carbamazepine BP88,BP98,USP24 Biston,Calepsin,Carbazepine,Tegretol 298-46-4 
Carbidopa   HMD,Lodosin,Lodosyn 28860-95-9
Levodopa BP93/BP98,USP22 L-dopa 59-92-7 
Molsidomine 98% Corvasal,Molsidolat,Morial,Motazomin  25717-80-0
Phenytoin Sodium BP98 Dilantin,Minetoin,Solantyl,Tacosal 630-93-3 
Sodium Valproate CP2000 Depakene,Leptilan 1069-66-5
AD-17-Carbonic acid      
1-Chloromethyl-6-chlor-6-dehydro-17à-acetoxy-progesterone      


Flunarizine CP2000 Sibelium 52468-60-7
Flunarizine HCl CP Flugeral,Flunarl,Issium,Mondus 30484-77-6
Methocarbamol USP24 Delaxin,Etroflex,Miolaxene,Robaxin 532-03-6 
Nicardipine HCl   Perdipine,Bioncard,Cardene,Dacarel,Loxen 54527-84-3
Nimodipine HCl USP23 Nimotop,Periplum 66085-59-4
Oryzanol   r-Oryzanol 469-36-3 
Piracetam FrP91 Encetrop,Normabrain,Norzetam,Pirroxil 7491-74-9
Pyritinol HCl   Pyrithioxine HCl 1098-97-1
Sodium Valproate CP2000 Depakene,Leptilan 1069-66-5
Prasterone acetate(3-β-Hydroxy-deoxyandrost-5-ene-17-one-3-acetate
Vincamine   Cetal,Vincadar,Vincafor,Vincagil 1617-90-9
17à-Hydroxy-1à,2à-methylenepregna-4,6-diene-3,20-dione-acetate      
3-Hydroxy-16-pregnene-20-one-3-acetate      
19-Nor-andrene-3,17-Diol      
19-Nor-4-androstene-3β,17β-diol 19793-20-5
   
5-Epiandroster-17-one acetate     1239-31-2
16-Denyprasterone acetate(16-DPA)      
1,6-Didehydro-17à-hydroxy progesterone   Acetylglutamide   Acetylglutamine,Aceglutamide  
Cinnarizine   Artate,Stutgeron,Cinazyn,Denapol,Dimitron 298-57-7 

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Message Number 87362

Re: Torn Fascia? View Thread
Posted by Dr. John Cozzarelli on 6/12/02 at 19:02

HI Tara:

Lisa is right on the Money! You can tear the fascia. Consider like you just had an endoscopic plantar fasciectomy. It will not require surgery.

Dr. John Cozzarelli

Result number: 71

Message Number 87348

Re: Torn Fascia? View Thread
Posted by lisa k on 6/12/02 at 17:33

I did Tara(bad Pod ,too agressive stretching ,3 cortisone shots too close together) an MRI confirmed this . First I was on bed rest for 4 weeks and in a camwalker , then switched to a air pump type removable cast 5 more weeks , now in PT Take care Lisa K.

Result number: 72

Message Number 87334

Torn Fascia? View Thread
Posted by Tara B on 6/12/02 at 15:18

Can you tear your plantar fascia? If you can, what kind of recovery does it involve? Can it heal on it's own or does it require surgery? Thanks for any information you can provide.

Result number: 73

Message Number 86437

Morton's Neuroma/Metatarsal View Thread
Posted by Peggy P. on 6/05/02 at 19:12

Hi,

I have been diagnosed with a Neuroma -- and a metarasal problem on my left foot. While it seems to be healing (almost 8 weeks), I cannot seem to put my foot completely down because of the third and fourth toes -- they radiate a funny sensation like a muscle spasm/funny bone senstion/stepped on a pebble sensation. I am wearing toe separators that completely fit over those two toes. And It is better when I'm walking in sneakers; I can put my foot down (ball of foot is better -- no pain there anymore) but cannot seem to put those two toes down; when I start to take off and actually walk - those two toes act up. It's so frustrating as I'm a major walker. I have had cortisone/mixture injections between the third and fourth toes. I'm wearing ortho heels that I purchased which seem to help too.

I would like to know what else I can do to walk normal again because this is so frustrating and I'm really tired of limping -- a bit. I live in NYC and need to walk! I've been doing hot and cold soaks too and taking Arnica pills/cream for healing.

Does this actually fully heal? I have heard of alcholol/slerosing? What kind of injections are they and are they better for Neuromas? Do I need physical therapy? I wonder how long this is going to last because 8 weeks is long enough. And I haven't been completely off it for eight weeks as I have to go to work. Please -- any help would be appreciated.

Thank you.

Peggy

Result number: 74

Message Number 83530

DMSO View Thread
Posted by Sharon W on 5/11/02 at 10:56

DMSO was developed in the 1940s as an industrial solvent and is still used for that purpose. In the 1960s, it became popular as a topical medicine for sprains, arthritis, and sprains, until the FDA pulled the plug on it due to the serious side effects that had been discovered. These side effects seem to be mostly due to the fact that it is such a potent solvent. Upon contact with the skin it will be immediately absorbed into the bloodstream, carrying with it germs or chemicals from the skin's surface as well as any contaminants from the DMSO cream itself. (That's probably why your boyfriend "tasted" it almost immdiately after putting it on his body. (Prescription DMSO is considered more "pure" than over-the-counter preparations, and therefore puts fewer contaminants into the bloodstream.) Its more serious side effects are blurred vision, cataracts, and blood poisoning. Its most noticable side effect is an unpleasant body odor that people can notice within minutes of applying it to the body.

More recently, DMSO was approved by the FDA to treat interstitial cystitis. And it is currently being research as a treatment for cancer, stroke, autoimmune disorders, brain and spine injuries.

-- Sharon

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Message Number 82155

Re: Confused View Thread
Posted by Dr. Zuckerman on 5/02/02 at 14:19

There are so many things that a podiatrist can do for you.
1. nsaid such as motrin, celebrex or vioxx
2. rule out nerve problems such as taral tunnel
3. rule out stress fracture
4. rule out circulatory problem
5. evaluate your gait and do a complete biomechanicl evaluation

and on and on .

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Message Number 79923

Re: Buzzard Billy's View Thread
Posted by Sharon W on 4/16/02 at 21:10

Rich,

I've made it, but I admit, never from scratch. There is one of those Zataran's mixes that works out pretty well, once you add enough stuff to it. Of course, I realize that isn't the "real" thing, but then again, we aren't real Cajuns, either...

-- Sharon

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Message Number 79724

Summary of Article on Running Shoes - - A Disappointing Comparison View Thread
Posted by Carole C in NOLA on 4/15/02 at 15:20

This month's Consumer Reports has an article on running shoes. They rated 14 running shoes, two each of seven brands. One of each brand was in the $70-90 range, and one was in the $110-120 range. These are the shoes they chose to rate (highest rated to lowest, but remember one of the rating criteria was "reflective trim"):

Adidas Supernova
Reebok Boston Road II DMX
Adidas Ride
Brooks Adrenaline GTS
New Balance 1040
Nike Air Pegasus 2000
Saucony 3DGrid Tornado 2260/1260
Asics Gel-Nimbus III
Brooks Trance NXT
Asics Gel-Cumulus III
Saucony Grid Jazz 2243/1243
New Balance 715
Nike Air Kantara
Reebok Icon IV DMX

Their conclusions were that paying more than $100 does not necessarily get you a better shoe, but don't buy a cheap shoe. They also concluded that complicated cushioning technologies are not inherently superior to simpler constructions, that manufacturers may revamp models without changing their names significantly, and that even the top rated shoes did not please all the panelists who tried them.

Well duh! :)

They showed the "stepping on cardboard with wet foot" method for determining pronation or supination, and also recommended bringing a very worn pair of running shoes to the store to help in this determination. They said you shouldn't try to break in shoes. Shop later in the day when your feet are more likely to be swelled up. Be open to new brands and models, and try different sizes. The Adidas Supernova had the best cushioning.

Overall, they gave a valiant try but in four pages they could not go into the problem to anywhere NEAR the depth that those of us here at heelspurs.com need, in my opinion. The article was a disappointment to me.

Carole C

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Message Number 77466

Re: Health care View Thread
Posted by Julie on 3/25/02 at 03:19


Thanks, Pauline, Donna, Nancy, Wendy, John - all who have contributed to this discussion which I (not entirely unwittingly) began. Putting it all together, it seems that health care in America has not, after all, improved very much since I came to live in England in 1961.

I am happy to live in a country with 'socialized medicine'. When we need to see a doctor, we make an appointment with one of the five excellent GPs in our local group practice, and we go. It is free.

When I went to see one of the doctors with the lump in my breast eight years ago, he called our local Greenwich District Hospital and got me an immediate appointment with the consultant, who saw me at his first available clinic three days later. Mammogram, biopsy, and bone scan followed within two more days, diagnosis within another three days, and mastectomy a week later. My consultant was a prince, a brilliant doctor, and the hospital care excellent in every respect. I even had a private room with a shower - for nine days.

All free. The hospital was not exceptional: it was a very ordinary one, stretched to the limits, and with a so-so reputation. It has now closed, and been replaced by a huge, state-of-the-art hospital which I hope will be as good if we ever need hospital care again.

I am happy. Not just for myself, but because I know that everyone else who lives in this country is entitled to that same level of free treatment under the National Health Service. As I said before, there are no poor relations. So for me, there is simply no argument. However overburdened, underfunded and faulty our NHS is, there is no comparison between a system that treats all citizens as equal and one that doesn't.

We can afford private insurance, and we have it, principally to avoid having to wait for the less-than-urgent things we might have to have done. I had my torn medial meniscus operated on privately, and my husband had his two cataract operations privately. But everyone is aware that for serious conditions - cancer, heart attack, stroke, etc - you're better off with the NHS.

Nancy, maybe you and Phil should come and live in England!

PS. Now that we're over 60 we get all our medication free. No prescription charges. That sure helped with my six years of tamoxifen. And with my husband's glaucoma drops. And all sorts of other, less important things.

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Message Number 76804

Plantar Faciitis View Thread
Posted by IAN D on 3/19/02 at 03:53

Iam 57 years old and have recently been diagnosed with Planta F. I have been running about 30 miles a week and have no previous history of foot trouble.I have now purchased new running shoes [NIKE KANTARA] and arch supports. What can I do to aid recovery and how much exercise and what type of exercise can I do? At 57 if I stop exercising altogether I am worried that it will be difficult to regain my fitness.

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Message Number 76120

Re: Update View Thread
Posted by Dennis B. on 3/10/02 at 14:24

thank you for your kind words. I haven't done a lot of research yet, but basically my auto-immune system is wacky. The cells in the blood stream, leuko(something), T cells and so forth are attacking good things, thinking that they are bad things, basically "self-destructing" would be an exagerated, I hope, description. In my case, thus far only the nerves are involved, they are being destroyed. It is possible that this condition could deteriorate whereas the organs could also be attacked. The dr. indicated that I am very far along and he feels the damage is not reversible. He indicated that the drugs would AT BEST be a 50% chance of halting it's progress. The specific drugs are Prednisone and Cyclophosphamide. The latter of the two is normally used to treat cancer patients whereas the first one is an oral cortisone. The cyclophosphamide has a possibility of worse side effects than the Prednisone. The dr. told me that I could not name an organ in my body that would not be subject to side effect. The side effects that I can remember him naming off, and there were more, are: cataracts, weight gain, moon or pie face, osteoporosis(sp?), organ damage, diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, hodgkins disease,etc. Basically they would break down my immune system which obviously means infections, colds, flus, and he mentioned something about the skin thinning or turning color. As to coping, it's a bit early on and the shock still needs to wear off. I now have a handicapped parking permit and the dr. has urged me to apply for social security disability. So, the best I can hope for is to stay "as is".

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Message Number 73527

Re: Does anyone have experience with role reversal/aging parents View Thread
Posted by Beverly on 2/12/02 at 19:26

Thank you for all your wonderful letters. I can't help but notice we're all girls here. I have a hunch this job falls on the daughter.

Judy, I do have a sibling here in town, but he is irresponsible and not very helpful. But I suppose he might be better than nothing.
Your letter was so beautiful. It takes so much patience to deal with aging parents... much less Althiemer's.

The irony is that Dad and I are both control freaks... both used to being in charge. What is making me nutty is not that he needs more care and direction, it's that he's not open to my guidance. I realize that is just part of the process. Dad is still in denial. He freely admitts his memory loss, and often uses it when there is something he does not want to do.
I don't know enough to know if his memory loss is normal or something to worry about. Here are some examples:

1. I'm Dad's power of attorney. I know next to nothing about his affairs. So, I began with a request for the name and phone numbers of his doctors and a list of his insurance policies. I thought this would be less threatening than asking financial questions. Dad was perfectly willing to provide this info, but it took one solid month of me reminding him once or twice a week to do it. And about half the time, he either didn't remember that I wanted it or needed me to remind him why I wanted it.
Finally, he sent it to me in detailed form and meticulously written out.

2. Keep in mind that my Dad has a master's degree and was a businessman. Do you think it is strange that several times he has asked me to explain the difference between the person who is power of attorney and the person who is executor of a will? And everytime I explain it, he forgets.

3. We had plans to go out to eat. I reminded him twice. We made the date five days prior. But when I showed up, he'd completely forgotten about it.

So, those are just a few examples.

The driving business is going to be hard. I'm taking baby steps. Right now, he makes two round trip trips between his place in the country and his condo in town every week. It is a one hour commute each way. I'm trying to get him to stop making that drive after dark. I'd like to see him curtail his night driving to our immediate neighborhood. His daytime driving seems to be ok.
He had a recent trip to the eye doctor and they found mild cataracts but nothing major and said they were not bad enough for surgery.

He seems more easily agitated and prone to loose his temper.

I can't get him to even visit his regular doctor to get his memory checked out. But now that I have the guy's name, I will try to get brave enough to call him. Dad will go BALISTIC if he finds out I called his doctor.
So, I'd have to feel sure his doctor wasn't going to rat on me.

I've also gotten him to promise me that he will take his cell phone when he goes out into the pasture. Getting him off the tractor is probably impossible. He says riding it is fun and it's only dangerous for the people on the ground and no one is around when he rides it. It's a minitractor called a "brush hog." I am a city girl and this means nothing to me, but I get the impression it is a giant mega riding lawn mower.

Thanks for all your support,
Beverly

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Message Number 73493

Re: Does anyone have experience with role reversal/aging parents View Thread
Posted by Julie on 2/12/02 at 16:49


Beverley, this may be a bit off the point, but it instantly sprang to my mind that you are fortunate to live close to your father, and to have the opportunity to show your love and care for him as he ages. I moved 3,000 miles away from my parents long before they began to age, and had to watch from a distance as first my mother, then my father, failed and died. There was no way it could have been different - but I regret and always will that I was not in a position to do more for them than I did. After your dad dies, you will always be glad that you were able to care for him
- and I know you will find your way through this next stage.

More on the point - my husband is the same age as your father, and is fit and well. But he gave up driving several years ago when both his eyesight and reaction time worsened. Cataract operations fixed the former and he now sees better than he ever did, but he knew he shouldn't be driving anyway, and stopped. He didn't like it, and he misses it, but he did it. From what you say it sounds as though your dad needs some help in facing this reality. I know you'd like to encourage him to continue being as independent as possible - but driving is in a class by itself, danger-wise - perhaps you can help him towards the decision.

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Message Number 62987

Re: Steps to Class 1 success View Thread
Posted by Dr. Zuckerman on 10/14/01 at 18:30

I agree that the solution isn't simple . Maybe just a letter of support
to reduce the process tot he quickest method and at the same time the safest method possible. I will repeat safety is important and proof of sucess for a specific condition should be left to the medical field.

If I knew how to move forward with this believe me I would I just have
no idea how to do this. I have watched the process up close and see that
what I am saying isn't off the wall it may place companies that are
making ESWT machines stock go down the tubes but that isn't a medical
problem that is a finanical problem . So I hope that someone out there has the same strenght that Scott Roberts has when he came up with heelspurs.com
and that person can lead this fight in the cure for plantara fascia pain.

Are you out there we need you. Time only makes pf worse not better.!!!!!

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Message Number 59280

top of foot Pain View Thread
Posted by Peter Algazi on 9/06/01 at 17:22

I had 2 stress fractures in my 3rd and 4th metatarsals on my right foot from running in High School 16 years ago. I have decided to give running another chance after all these years off. I am an athlete but just stopped high mileage running(40-60 miles a week in high school) for over 10 years. I thought easing back into it by walking hills and long distances for the last 4 months along with stretching and Yoga I could remain injury free. I had no problems of any kind from walking a Yoga and was feeling strong. I had lost 12 pounds down from 212 to 200 at 5 feet 11. Just 2 weeks ago I started adding runs in with the walks of just 3 to 5 miles a couple to three times a week. Just the other day I felt a pain on the top of my foot between the 4th and 5th metarsal. I only feel it from the top and when I press on it. There is no swelling just enough pain to give me a warning signal. I think it's nothing serious yet? Maybe Morton's Neuroma? But I am really concerned. I have good running shoes from Saucony with a wide toe box ment for stability and cushioning. I have today went out and bought an insole with heal and metarasal cushioning. I believe my foot arch is medium and I tend to Supinate my right foot more than my left. I was thinking about putting in a Wedge as well on the outside of my heal? Any suggestions. I would desperately love to be able to run and run healthy.
Thank you in advance for reading about my problem.

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Message Number 57953

Re: Running with Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome View Thread
Posted by Sue M on 8/25/01 at 16:07

i would like to talk to some one with Taral Tunnel syndrome

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Message Number 57756

Re: TCAS question View Thread
Posted by linda A on 8/23/01 at 20:14

hello brian ! i will try to answer your questions (just learning myself on diff pain meds ) . the sad thing to realize there are not any real info on pain meds treating foot pain other than trying to link it to muscle (fibromyalgia )or nerve damage (neuropathy or trigegeminal neuralgia ) disorders . most of pain mgmt sites talk about cancer , back pain , and the two that i mention . TCAS include the tertiary amines (amitriptyline=elavil,and doxepin ), and the secondary amines ( nortriptyline=nortab and aventyl and desipramine = norpramin and pertofran ). one pain mgmt site listed these in order of TCAS most likely to be prescribed : 1) desipramine 2) nortriptyline 3) trazadone 4) dothiepin hydrochloride 5) clomipramine . this site also talked about the serious side effects of elavil . however on another site it listed elavil as one of the top three TCAS to be prescribed by the pain mgmt clinic . you also have the sertonin reuptake inhibitor drugs ( prozac , paxil , effexor , zoloft , celexa and wellbutrin , which is one of the weakest SSRI that sometimes is used instead of ELAVIL ) . there are some other drugs worth mentioning ; 1)SOMA - acts on the central nervous system to relax muscles . it helps detach yourself from pain . 2) anti-anxiety meds - xanax helps the formation blood platelets ,which store serotonin and also raise the threshold and atarax is also a pain reliever . 3) the new class of analgesics called CABAs -centrally acting binary agents are non-narcotic central nervous system medications used for moderating and severe pain . 4) anti-convulsants dilantin and tegretol are sometimes prescribed to treat pain associated w/ nerve damage . sorry for being so lengthy , but i thought all the drugs were worth mentioning . these drugs used to treat pain and not intended for their real purpose are called "off the label drugs " . so, if you look them up in a drug book they are not going to list them as pain mgmt drugs because the FDA did not approve them as being used for that purpose . always remember to look at the side effects of drugs and how they relate to the other drugs that you might be taking such as B.P.

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Message Number 57293

Re: To BG - Cped Ques on wt- bearing vs non-wt bearing cast cavus orthotics View Thread
Posted by Ed Davis, DPM on 8/20/01 at 14:49

One of the weight bearing or semi-weight bearing methods is more likely to work for a cavus foot than for a "flat" foot.

You are correct about a "general" lateral wedge or post inducing additonal pronation or arch strain. I have not examined your foot but, by description (if I can do some guessing) you are suggesting that you have a cavus foot with a rigid forefoot valgus foot type (generally includes a plantar flexed first metatarsal) coupled with some compensatory subtalar joint pronation.

Use of a semi-rigid orthotic (emphasis on "semi") casted non-weight bearing, possibly with a plantar fascial groove in the device, the device molded "tight to cast" (minimal plaster fill on the positive cast) but with the subtalar joint in mild pronation may be the way to go. Only the FOREFOOT is posted in valgus---as such, no subtalar joint pronation is induced but there is pronation of the midtarsal joint around its longitudinal axis (supination of the midtaral joint around its longitudinal axis is the proximate cause of plantar fasciitis while subtalar joint pronation is often the underlying culprit that induces such motion). The feeling of the first metatarsal being "driven into the ground" will not occur since the forefoot valgus post allows a GRADUAL distribution of forefoot pressure away from the first MTP joint.
Ed

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Message Number 56294

Re: fusion procedure? View Thread
Posted by tara c on 8/11/01 at 08:18

Dr Z what is this fusion procedure you are referring to? I had hammertoe surgery 4 weeks ago and am doing excellent. The pin is still in for another 2 weeks, but I feel I would be fine w/o it. My Dr said I should wear the surgical shoe for another 5 weeks still, but I am wearing slip on flats whenever I go out (to dinner, etc) but stay in the surgical shoe as often as possible otherwise.

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Message Number 56293

Re: Follow up doctor's appt / hammertoe surgery View Thread
Posted by erica on 8/11/01 at 08:12

I work in insurance as well...i did find the surgical shoe difficult to get used to, but have adjusted well. I find mine very comfortable, just not so attractive! Try wearing another shoe close in height of your surgical shoe so your limp won't be so noticable. Good luck!! tara

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Message Number 56112

Follow up doctor's appt / hammertoe surgery View Thread
Posted by Erica Ingram on 8/09/01 at 22:18

Well, I had a follow up appt on Tuesday and my doctor released me back to work on Wednesday. So far, its been O.K. I work at an insurance company & most of my time is spent at my desk. I am happy to say that I don't have toe cramps anymore, but I still have some difficulty walking in the orthopedic shoe. I just feel so clumsy walking in the shoe.

Tara, I'd glad your experience was better than mine.

Erica

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Message Number 56021

Re: Has anyone had hammertoe surgery recently? View Thread
Posted by tara c on 8/09/01 at 08:58

Geez, I didnt miss a day of work. Had surgery on a Friday and was back to work the following Tuesday. I do have a desk job though. My foot was swollen by the end of the day, but ice packs helped and staying off my feet with them elevated once I got home in the evening really helped. Again, I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing some problems. My Dr. told me the healing time varies from person to person and that some people take months to heal. I've been very fortunate!

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Message Number 56019

Re: post op hammer toe surgery View Thread
Posted by tara c on 8/09/01 at hrmin

I am 3 weeks post op and the pin comes out in 2 weeks and I can't wait. I've twisted the pin and even pulled it out a little to check for pain, it didn't hurt at all. I was told be my dr. that there would be some tugging but really no pain. I think you're safe, but take a pain pill prior to going to the dr just in case. That's what I am going to do, if for nothing else but peace of mind. Good luck, please let me know if it hurts, as I will be going thru the same thing in another week after you. Thanks!! Tara

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Message Number 56018

Re: Has anyone had hammertoe surgery recently? View Thread
Posted by tara c on 8/09/01 at hrmin

Yes, I am 3 weeks post op and doing great! I have had NO pain, slight discomfort after working long hours or being on me feet long periods of time. My incision is healing beautifully, and I have no pain in the toe, even with the pin in it. I'm sorry your experience has not been similar to mine. I did find that ice packs at 20 minute intervals was helpful and staying in the surgical shoe at often as possible. Good luck, I hope things improve for you.

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Message Number 52726

Re: Pain associated with a bunion and hammer toe surgery View Thread
Posted by tara on 7/10/01 at hrmin

PLEASE tell me how the surgery went and how are you feeling now? I'm having same surgery done in 3 days...would love to know what you thought and what exactly took place with regards to surgery, post-op and medication. Thanks for any advice. I sure hope you are doing well. Tara

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Message Number 50884

PF View Thread
Posted by Cornholio on 6/17/01 at 00:37

I have had PF for over a year and half now and just 5 days ago I received a cortisone injection into the heel. For the first few days it felt awesome and I could walk without taking any medications. Today I woke up with alot of pain and discomfort. I have orthotics, I stretch, I ice, I have a night splint. What else can I do? I can't enjoy my life anymore. It has taken over my life. I take doses of Voltaran Rapide which only takes away about half of the pain and discomfort. Are there any other medications I should ask my doctor for that would work better? I'm only 17 years old and I feel like my life is over! Please suggest something I can do!!

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Message Number 50193

Re: Orthopedic surgeon vs. podiatrist? View Thread
Posted by Dr. Marlene Reid on 6/07/01 at 20:05

Oops, I answered part of this in my response above to Tara about pod vs. ortho and your HMO. Sorry. And sorry to Tara.

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Message Number 50192

Re: underlapping toe & bunions of both feet View Thread
Posted by Dr. Marlene Reid on 6/07/01 at 20:03

Hi Tara,

Your problems are very common and can progress as time goes on. Surgery is really the only option for the toes, but orthotics may be useful in controlling the bunion if it is really only mild, although your idea of mild may not be the same as a surgeon's. What is important is that 1) the bunions are not contributing to the toe problem and 2) that you address the bunions BEFORE they get painful.

Surgery involves facility and anesthesia fees so you may be better off switching your insurance if you are not happy with the surgeons available in your HMO. Your surgeon choices should be either a Board Certified (ABPS) Podiatrist or a Ortho that is a fellow in the foot and ankle, not just one who says he is a foot specialist. This is very important. Good luck!

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Message Number 50120

underlapping toe & bunions of both feet View Thread
Posted by tara on 6/06/01 at hrmin

I'm only 33 and have been embaressed by my feet for years and have just recently realized that I may have options to correct their deformities.

Has anyone has corrective surgery performed on underlapping toes? If so, what does the surgery entail.

I also have mild bunions on both feet. Anyone have any insight on surgery to correct that? I'm hoping to have them corrected but have heard other options may be presented to me by my doctor in place of surgery. What would those options be?

I will be seen by a surgeon next week and would like to be well prepared for that meeting. What type of questions should I ask? Also, is this type of surgery generally covered by insurance? Thanks to anyone who can offer me some advice.

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Message Number 46099

types of anesthesia View Thread
Posted by Kay S on 4/28/01 at hrmin

While I am not an anesthesiologist, I work in Same Day Surgery, and would like to clear up some misunderstandings about the use of various kinds of anesthesia.
Local anesthesia is just that. A drug (usually Lidocaine) is injected into the soft tissue and it deadens the surrounding area for a given amount of time, depending upon the amount injected and the strength of the solution used. It is not systemic, meaning it is not coursing through your circulatory system.
Conscious sedation--This does not require an anesthesiologist to be present. Versed is the most common drug used. It is very quick acting, and also very short acting. It is used for scope procedures and other minor procedures. It is administered with an MD present via IV, and has a sedation effect, and also patients experience some amnesia while under the influence of the drug. One's reaction time is slowed, which means no driving until the next morning after having conscious sedation. Sometimes Demerol is given IV along with the Versed, or at least this is what I have seen done with colonoscopies and gastroscopies. I believe that this is what is done for the Ossatron ESWT, though I couldn't swear to it.
MAC--modified anesthesia care--some Versed and other assorted drugs, perhaps some gases with a mask. D&C's, breast biopsies, cataracts, and foot surgeries are the ones I see the most where MAC is used.
General anesthesia--This usually means inserting an endotracheal tube into the patient and breathing for him/her during the operation. Prior to this, Versed, Fentanyl, (and some other drugs I can't remember) are given so the patient does not remember being intubated. I have had patients swear that all they had was "sodium pentothal" and no intubation, but that is almost never the case. ALL laparoscopies, tonsils, sinus surgery, back surgery, and various ortho procedures are done with intubation.
Spinal--This is where a patient gets an injection into his/her back and he/she becomes numb from a certain point down to the toes. This is usually done with some conscious sedation added, especially in longer cases, like joint replacements. Young people have more of a chance of getting a spinal headache, but the percentages are pretty low these days with the use of a much smaller needle. The last area to return to normal is usually the crotch/buttocks (not medical terms, but you get the point), which is why anyone who has a spinal for day surgery must urinate before they can go home. Hernia repairs, rectal surgeries, colon surgeries, and prostate surgery come to mind for spinals.
Epidural--similar to a spinal, only the medication is given in the epidural space with a very small catheter, which is often left in for a couple of days to administer drugs for pain control on a continuous basis.
Knee and hip replacements are the surgeries where this is used the most.
Bier Block--This is where an appendage is numbed, as in carpal tunnel surgery. The anesthesiologist starts another IV in the surgical arm and administers numbing medications through it, a tourniquet is applied to slow down blood flow during surgery, and the patient is usually still numb when they leave. I'm not sure how long this lasts exactly, but I know it is at least several hours.
I hope this is helpful to those of you who are considering surgery or other procedures.
Kay

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Message Number 40588

Re: heel neuroma View Thread
Posted by Dr. Zuckerman on 3/06/01 at 13:20

Very common to have alot of foot pain post heel spur and or plantara fasciitis. The doctor that tells you that you will get better in a few days , or a few weeks and don't tell you that it may take six months or more is the post-op problem.

It would take alot longer then three months to develop a heel neuroma. Are you talking about at the incision or on the bottom of the foot.

Very very in depth examination with experience is what is going to tell you if you have a heel neuroma. A heel neuroma is very rare but possible

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Message Number 29272

Re: Effects of doing too much too soon post-op? View Thread
Posted by Dr. Zuckerman on 9/27/00 at 18:09

This is pain from the calcaneal -cuboid joint. This joint is important in the toe off portion of the gait cycle. You can also get pain across the top of the foot and at the base of the 5th metataral bone. These are all to over straining and use of these joint and tendons due to the lack of stabilizing power that has been cut with the plantar fasica release.Result number: 102

Message Number 28150
Morton Foot Structure View Thread
Posted by Freddie N. on 9/13/00 at 20:00

I have moderate flat feet along with a morton foot structure. My left foot is much worse than the right. My left first metataral doesn't bear any weight.
I have worn several pairs of orthotics for 12 years but no Dr. ever mentioned the morton foot structure. In the last pair of perscription orthotics the DPM even ordered a notch cut under the first metatarsal to aid walking. The orthotics were okay for 2 years, but immediately caused me problems after the DPM put a new thick cover on. This caused me much pain under and behind the 1st metatarsal bone.

Shouldn't these orthotic address the morton structure and possibly raise the padding under the 1st metatarsal so it will bear weight?Result number: 103

Message Number 27853
Re: Response to gilbert View Thread
Posted by wendyn on 9/10/00 at 22:21

The feeling of being alone is awful - don't worry...you've found a lot of new friends here. No matter what you decide, we'll be here with you.

I have spent an absolutely obscene amount of time researching TTS over the last almost 2 years.

I will share some stats with you as I dig them out of this pile of "stuff" I have accumulated.

According to Springer Internation Orthopaedics
"The tasrsal tunnel syndrome: evaluation of surgical results using multivariate analysis."

I will summarize.

34 patients w/TTS treated by decompression of post tib nerve. Bilateral in 3 cases...9 men 25 women average age 41 yr. Avg follow up 3.8 years. Outcome is influenced in order of importance by fibrosis around the nerve, the preoperative severity of the condition, history of sprained ankle, workers compensation, long history and heavy work. The results were favorable when the was a short history, prescence of a ganglion, no spains and light work. Precise cause of syndrome and its effect on treatment should be considered before operation.

According to MEDLINE on the web
Database med98-99
Clinical and electrophysiological findings and follow up in tarsal tunnel syndrome.
Azienda Sanitaria Locale 7, Institute of Neurological Sciences

59 patients w/TTS follow up in 23. Entrapment prevalent in females, bilateral 6 patients...23 were idopathic, 13 had history of local trauma, 3 had systemic disease others had external or intrinsic compresions...6 feet underwent surgery with excellent or good results in 5, 4 showed improvement of distal conduction of the plantar nerves. 9 were treated with local steroid injections with good results shown in 6 patients. 9 other patients who did not receive any therapy showed a disapperance of symptoms or good outcome in 6 cases. Subjects with poor theraapeutic results had S1 radiculopathy or systemic diseases. Note that surgical release should be limited to cases with space occupying lesions and when conservative treatments fail.

Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics
Clinical Results after Taral Tunnel Decompression.

...32 feet avg follow up 31 months mostly female avg age 47 years. Overall 44% benefited markedly from the operative procedure (a good or excelleng result). Of 5 patients who were completly satisfied 3 had a ganglion cyst, accessory naviculor bone or medial talocalcaneal coalition in or near the tarsal tunnel that had been treated at the same time. 11 patients (38%) were clearly dissatisfied with the result and had no long term relief of the pain. Pain was decreased in 19% but the patients still had some pain and disability. 13% complications - 3 wound infections and 1 delay in wound healing.....Our findings suggest that, unless there is an associated lesion near or within the tarsal tunnel preoperatively, deompression of the posterior tibial nerve should be considered with caution.

I have other stats somewhere.

Doctors seem to often give about a 50/50 chance that you'll be better off with surgery. One patient here - was it Alan, had a doctor that originally told him it was 90% succesful, then 75% and then I think even lower.

Like I said before, it really seems to depend on what's causing the problem in the first place.
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Message Number 27036
Re: Is this Plantar Fasciitis View Thread
Posted by Paul on 9/03/00 at 11:12

There is room at the front but the width is a problem, sometimes when i am in pain i have tightened my running shoes up beliving this would ease the pain. What should i do now, i have gone to see my local doctor but he did not have any idea of the problem. Would it be possible that he may have over looked plantar fasciitis because of the location of the pain which is exaclty where you said in the midtaral joint, as a specialist i went to see two years a go did give a cortisone injection in that joint.
I did have the problem about two years ago but after the injection i eased exercising for a while and would only exercise intermittently. Now though i have begin to train harder again and the pain is back, that is why i am here because i love to play football but am completely unable to.Result number: 105

Message Number 26886
Re: So what happens now... View Thread
Posted by sandy h. on 9/01/00 at 13:00

just something re:steroid injections i would like to pass along from my eye doctors(yes eye doctors). i had small cataracts on eye exam at age 39. at age 40 they were so bad they needed out the first question he asked me is if i had been on steroids. all the eye docs and gps ive spoken to seem to know that this this can be a problem, all the foot docs said no it isnt a problem. by the way the injections did help for a bit (and didnt hurt that much)my eye doc did agree that if i needed them then i should have had them. just some food for thought for all you anti injection people. by the way i ended up with foot surgery and eye surgery at the same time, that was a sight foot casted and black eyesResult number: 106

Message Number 25623
Re: FDA Panel Meeting Notes on OssaTron View Thread
Posted by Dr. Zuckerman on 8/16/00 at 23:05

I believe that the test that they were talking about is the use of a 10mg monofilament test. This is where you use a very thin plastic bending filament much like a fishing tackle line to touch various areas of the foot usually on the plantar aspect of the foot under the heel, first and fifth metatarasl heads. Another test I use is the simple use of a tuning fork. The first two clinical signs of neuropathy is one the lack of ability to feel pressure and the inability to know when vibration has started in the foot and when it has stopped to vibrate in the foot. If is my impression that the panel was very impressed with the Healthronic presentation and the rest of the discussion was just show. I don't know if you have ever been to a zoning board meeting in your local community but it read like a very typical zoning board meeting execept I though that the FDA was very nice and wanted to pass the ossatron . just my take.Result number: 107
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Message Number 19121
Re: Beverly, my heart goes out to you
Posted by Robin B. on 4/21/00 at 00:00

Beverly, I know what it's like to be pretty healthy -- and then, voila -- one day your body just start coming apart. And it's horrifying, so your post really hit home. I went through about a 4 year stretch myself when everything started having a problem -- dental implants, cataracts (at 48 no less) and eye surgery, arthritis, allergies, ripped knee ligaments, carpal tunnel syndrome -- and then PF to top it off. Yuch.

So, my heart does go out to you. I guess you're right -- pastors probably aren't expected to have any ailments, just to emphathize with everyone else's. One of the VERY few benefits I have found to PF is that is has humbled me -- probably in ways I needed to be humbled. I have learned to stop making judgments of people I see with handicapped car stickers who don't "look" handicapped to me...of people who are overweight and need to use the electric carts that stores make available...of people who seem to be "sitting out" all the fun times. Having fallen victim to one of those invisible maladies myself, I know that things -- and people -- are not always what they appear to be.

I agree with honey-pie sweetie-face -- don't stretch till you are ready to stretch. (Of course -- I never am. My well-documented -- and moderately disputed -- case on this board is that I am healing well WITHOUT stretching and intend to keep it that way.) Lots of people who DO believe in stretching and who DO benefit from it still have re-injured themselves from overdoing it.

By the way, Beverly, I haven't posted a lot on the board about what a mini-miracle I consider my recovery from PF to be. But my friends (locally where I live) know about my feelings. For so long my pain was so chronic and so intense -- I wasn't considering suicide, but I certainly did believe that after four or five more years of such intense, chronic pain -- I MIGHT be considering suicide. I asked God again and again to take away the pain -- and then one day gradually, He started to do so. And it has continued steadily and progressively for the last 10 months or so. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't thank God for my recovery. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't, very consciously, remember how lucky and blessed I am not to be in chronic pain anymore. There are lots and lots of things that I have "wanted" over the past few years, but PF has brought me to the point where, if I never have anything else other than my current level of recovery from PF, I will be satisfied in life. That's how bad the pain was, and that's how wonderful it is not to have that pain anymore. I do consider it my mini-miracle.

Kim posted recently to the board about not really knowing what the lesson is from PF -- and I agree. What we are supposed to learn from the pain, from the experience, from the solitude and diminished capacity -- I don't know that either. I DO know that having PF -- and also having started to recover from it -- has changed me in ways that nothing else in life has. PF has taught me more tough lessons than I never wanted to learn -- and I earnestly hope that I don't get complacent and ever forget them.

There WILL be relief and there WILL be improvement -- and unfortunately, it may take lots of time and lots of experimentation on your own. I know your faith will help you weather the roughest spots. The support of people on this board will help too. No one was more desolate and ready to give up hope than I was -- so perhaps no one wants to continue to say "keep the faith" as much as I do. Recovery WILL happen.

Many times I have posted on this board that PF is one of the worst things that ever happened to me. I know it's not AIDS, or cancer, or leukemia. It's not even terminal or "serious" as medical conditions go. But my experience is -- the pain is all pervasive and it absolutely runs your life. It takes over your life and forces you to adjust and adapt and accommodate in hundreds of ways.
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Message Number 17794

this is agony!!
Posted by andrea n. on 3/25/00 at 00:00

I have had PF now (that I've been aware of ) for about 6 weeks.I am just now experimenting with different inserts and excercises to no avail.My doctor said they were a result of years of gymnastics and dancing, and I also help coach and teach gymnastics now, which makes it very hard.Perhaps the worst is my job. I wait tables at a four star restaraunt, and I just love working there.As it is, I only work 2 nights a week, but it is becoming excruciating.I am graduating from college this summer, so I keep thinking I can stand it for a few more months, but I don't know.Any suggestions ? Result number: 109

Message Number 17372
Re: The SAS saga...
Posted by Pookie on 3/16/00 at 00:00

Despite your appreciation for SAS shoes on women, I just can't bring myself up to buying the darn things. I bought Birks, and hate them; I'm returning them tomorrow, besides the arches don't seem comfortable enough; Miphesto shoes did not fit well either..........

Fashioned conscious people should never get PF!, sniff, sniff, I'm going back to Tara; after all, tomorrow is another PF day!

Pookie
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Message Number 13761

Re: questions about tts (sorry for so many)
Posted by wendyn on 12/15/99 at 00:00

Ummmm.....where do we start?

I have a binder full of information on TTS that I've printed off on the internet, but I'm posting from work..so we'll wing it...have you ever whacked your elbow? If you smack your elbow it can cause intense weird pain not only in your elbow but right down your arm (it's been a while since I've done it but I recall it can cause some pretty bizarre sensations). I think TTS works the same way. Despite the fact the actual problem is in your ankle, the nerves being supplied from there all respond to the compression. Also, I read that because the blood supply to the nerves in the bottom of your feet is restricted (there is an artery that runs through the tarasl tunnel too), they react by creating pain from lack of oxygen. Sounds pretty reasonable to me.

Ice reduces inflammation and can help with pain. Try icing the tarsal tunnel area instead of just the bottom of your foot, or soak your feet in ice water for 15 or 20 minutes, with the water up a few inches above your ankle. This can take some getting used to, but it is effective if your pain is bad. No, it won't hurt you (wouldn't do it if I was diabetic or had circulation problems) - I've checked out out with the PT and the doctors and none of them thought it could cause frotst bite or anything - but it is REALLY COLD!

Massage is a mystery to me, but I know that it seems to work on all kinds of things. My uneducated theory is that anything that causes an increase in blood flow is helpful for healing....maybe it's positive energy that makes your feet think they feel better? Who knows? I only recently started trying to gently massage my feet - before they hurt too much to look at let alone actually touch.

My PT and two sports med doctors insist that I should be able to bike. My past experience was that the constant stretching and ankle movement aggravated not only my foot, but my sciatic nerve up the back of my leg (this is connected to the nerve that goes to your Tarsal Tunnel). I have recently started using a "recumbent" bike, you're kind of sitting down with back support. I move the seat up as far as I can so my legs aren't stretched out too far. I'm up to 2 or 3 minutes of very very slow rotations. (Look like a complete loser at the gym, I'm sure people wonder why I bother at all) I am not going to rush this.

I don't know exactly how TTS works, but I think that the longer you stand, the more inflammation and swelling you cause in the Tarsal tunnel, this compresses the nerve and then causes the pain in your foot. I do have a number of sites that I can send you to take a look at - or I can post them if you want. Let me know.....

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Message Number 12303

Re: general feeling
Posted by tarah on 11/03/99 at 00:00

I too work a job that requires alot of standing 14 hours a day in retail, rarely sitting, there is also alot of lifting which I feel the additional weight I am putting on my feet is also damaging. I am considering changing jobs, but I do make a good living now but I don't think the money is worth it, I am statring to become depressed because within a few hours I am walking around work like a crippled old woman, and I feel I am not performing my best. It has been a year that I have been back to work since my surgery on both feet, and I dread getting out of bed because I know what I am for. I tell my husband if this house ever catches on fire I would probably die there in bed because I am not going to be able to run to save my life.Result number: 112

Message Number 12273
Re: Doc suggests injections... eek!
Posted by tarah on 11/02/99 at 00:00

I have have had 6 cortisone shots in each foot since 1992. In the beginning they were great I would say the first one lasted for about 3 years then both feet started to bother me really bad that is how I ended up with so many shots. I have never heard this before about cortisone dissolving a spur, my doc explained to me that the cortisone shrinks the swelling around the spur therefore releiving the pain. I had surgery on both feet in Oct of 98, my heels are fine now but now I have severe arch pain and cannot bend my toes, I am wondering if I did the right thing, I can hardly stand the bed sheet being pulled tight around my feet. Has anyone else ever had this experiance? I have an appt. next week to have special insets made another $250.00. Anyway, I would run don't walk to another doc if I were you.Result number: 113
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Message Number 9971
Re: How many cortisone shots? And pinch nerve on top of foot
Posted by Lee on 8/20/99 at 09:52

I've had three cortizone shots straight up my heel and I would rather cut off my foot than have another one. And yes I've heard it's not good to have to many. Personally I think they just mask the pain, my heel spur pain came back after a few weeks every time.
I wonder why so many people on this board cure one thing on their foot and then another problem arises? First I had tarasal tunnel, then heel spur, then arch pain, then ankle pain. What is that about. !
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Message Number 9323
Re: DMSO/MSM
Posted by Susan Linden on 7/30/99 at 00:00

I have posted on here before, DMSO has terrible side effects in women of child bearing ability if they get pregnant. The birth defects are horrible. My husband is a chemical process safety engineer with Union Carbide and he get livid every time we go in a tack/farm store and he sees it on the shelf for anyone to pick up.

People do not read and heed warnings on lables. Look at the women that still smoke and drink while pregnant.

I have used MSM with my horse to reduce inflammation in his eyes from a disease he got that caused glocoma and corneal swelling. I was warned not to use it on myself for PF as there is concern that it can cause cataracts in humans. I would check with a good doctor before I tried it.

Remember folks, warning labels are there for a good reason. Wrecking another part of your health is not worth it to maybe get some relief for your PF.

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Message Number 7335

Re: PF and prednisone-Scott?
Posted by Jodie on 5/30/99 at 00:00

with any type of steroids, you have to also be careful of your stomach. Anyone with gastritis (inflammation of the stomach walls) or history of ulcers needs to be very careful. You can develop a GI bleed. Weight gain...you bet...even a picture of something looks good enough to eat. Cataracts can also be a side effect, or if you have a small cat. it may grow with the use of steroids. Mood swings, insomnia, hyperactivity can also be side effects associated with steroids. What does your Dr. suggest?

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Message Number 7307

Re: Prednisone and numerous side effects
Posted by Robin on 5/29/99 at 00:00

First of all, prednisone is a corticosteroid, a synthetic drug. It is similar to the cortisone that many people have injected. It is a wonderful drug for relief of inflammatory conditions and is most often used to treat arthritis, Lupus, etc. It has helped many many people to be able to maintain fairly normal lives.

However, I wouldn't rely upon your dentist for pharmaceutical information. The method of administration (joint injection vs. taken orally) does not determine whether or not a drug is harmful inside your system. Your dentist is wrong. There are researched, known and medically proven side effects with prednisone (as with most drugs) and anyone who is considering taking it for an extended time should known about all of them. Elevated blood pressure, blood sugar level, weight gain, and the onset of osteoporosis and cataract are a few.

Here are 2 URLs you might try:

www.med.unc.edu/mgfa/mgf-pred.htm
http://vasculitis.med.jhu.edu/prednisone.htm

Your local pharmacy probably has a pamphlet on steroids; most pharmacies do. I'd also suggest you research through a couple of search engines if you are considering extended use of this drug.

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Message Number 4721

Hi Lyndel
Posted by Jenny Lewis on 2/11/99 at 00:00

I know what you mean - the past few years have produced a few seemingly minor aches and pains, and I got to the point recently that if one more doctor started a sentence with "well, of course, at YOUR age ...." - I would not be responsible for my actions! Just as I was starting to get used to the idea of Life Begins at 40, I discovered that Things Start To Go Wrong at 50.

I was told I had a cataract a couple of years ago, had to have an operation on my right eye a plastic lens implant. Bionic woman, me. The highlight of all that, was the optician telling me that I was too young for this sort of thing to happen! Yippee. At last. How thrilling.

London is wonderful - maybe pounding the pavements all these years produced the bad foot? who knows. Anyway, I'm a born and bred townie and still love living here despite the crowds and pollution and litter and public transport. Strange. I was born and bred in South Africa but came to live here in 1971. It does require lots of walking though, so plan to visit some time as soon as the foot gets better. MUST assume it will, mustn't we?

It would be nice to organise a little expedition of visitors to these shores, I could hobble along and how you all round the sights, a bunch of people limping and saying ow. What a thought.

Must get some work done - the boss will be in here any minute, jumping up and down (HE hasn't got a sore foot) and expecting me to do things that I should be doing. How unreasonable.

Keep smiling

jl


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Message Number 2986

Re: How many women are 45-50+ with PF ?
Posted by moira sorley on 1/02/99 at 10:01

i am 52 now, so you can add me to the list. i started with plantara fasciitis 2 months a gonow. have had foot x ray at the beginning. this was normal. then had acupuncture and ultrasound. not a great deal of help. have crutches now to help with walking longish distances
at the point now of being referred to a specialist. had blood tests for ankylosing spondilitis and rheumatoid arthritis. tests not all back yet, but so far negative. i dont know what the long term answer will be for me but will correspond if any good news or otherwise.

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Message Number 2879

Re: Steroids
Posted by charlene on 12/28/98 at 00:00

as for the steriods are you refering to prednisone? if you are i would do alittle homework on the ill effects of the steriod Speaking from experience a long time high dosage can cause strae marks or more commonly know a strech marks, bloating of face or moon face, cataracts in you eyes, and longer effects include joint wearing and pain in walking. i could not recommend the medication for the aliment i have which is ulceritve colotis -- but on a short term for treating certain infectitions and flare ups in a low dosage i would find it more beneficial

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