Our practice is dedicated to providing the highest quality foot care to patients of all ages. We provide a full range of podiatric care including surgical and non-surgical choices.
We have served our community for almost thirty years. Our practice has continued to grow through the trust our patients and their families have placed in us. The greatest compliment we receive is the referral of family members and friends. We strive to relieve your pain, improve the quality of life you enjoy through enhanced foot health and provide treatment choices that fit your needs, your goals and your finances. The doctors and staff at the offices of Dr. David Nussbaum, Dr. Lori Lundberg and Dr. Scott Altman welcome you to our practice.
This web site has been designed to offer information and answer frequently asked questions. We want you to feel comfortable in our offices. Please do not hesitate to discuss areas of concern. All members of our medical team take great pride in their work and strive to provide the highest level of compassion and patient outcomes.
We specialize in the medical and surgical treatment of the foot in adults and children.
Emergency 24/7 contact availability. Doctors in the practice can be reached for emergencies 24/7. When the offices are closed, our answering service is always on and can quickly contact the Doctor on call to speak with you. In addition, for our current patients, the doctors have remote access to your medical records for reference and a clearer understanding of your emergency.
Providing Surgical and Non-Surgical Podiatric Treatment Options
***PODIATRY SERVICES EXPANDED FOR MEDICAID PATIENTS in New York State***
One of the most devastating outcomes of uncontrolled diabetes is the threat of losing a limb. Studies have shown that there is a critical link between regular foot exams and diabetes management. For persons with a diabetes
diagnosis who participate in New York State's Medicaid program, there has been a positive change in benefits that makes it possible to obtain services from podiatrists (foot specialists).
Every 30 seconds, a lower limb is lost to diabetes somewhere in the world. People with diabetes are more prone to develop foot infections, called foot ulcers, which can quickly result in amputation. Preventing amputation means knowing the main warning signs. Other common diabetes warning signs in the feet besides ulcers include:
- Cold to touch
- Change in shape
- Slow-healing cuts
Dr. David Nussbaum, and Dr. Lori Lundberg with offices in both Catskill and Hudson are pleased to welcome diabetic patients with NYS Medicaid coverage to our offices. For an appointment call 943-6800 or 822-1124.
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