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Comprehensive Foot Specialists

At Comprehensive Foot Specialists, our expert podiatrists know the value of proper foot and ankle care. Correct diagnosis and treatment of injuries and conditions of the foot and ankle are key to comfortable living and long term mobility. We work with each patient to determine what is causing their pain or discomfort, and then create a personalized treatment plan tailored to their individual situation and needs.
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About Comprehensive Foot Specialists

Located at 775 Park Avenue in Huntington, NY, Comprehensive Foot Specialists proudly provides foot and ankle care to those in the Long Island area. We work with patients of all ages, from those seeking podiatric foot care to athletes facing foot injuries, and more. We utilize state-of-the-art treatment methods to ensure that each patient’s care is thorough and customized to their situation.

Huntington, NY
775 Park Ave, Suite 330, 
Huntington, NY 11743
Smithtown, NY
290 East Main St,
Smithtown, NY 11787
Meet Our Doctors
Our doctors at Comprehensive Foot Specialists, Dr. Richard Boccio MD and Dr. Ashley Boccio DPM, are highly skilled and experienced in treating various types of foot and ankle ailments. Our podiatrists are also certified in Total Ankle Replacement (TAR), an advanced procedure utilized to address ankle conditions and restore comfort and range of motion.
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Dr. Richard Boccio, MD
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Dr. Ashley Boccio, DPM
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Our Comprehensive Services

Learn more below about the various foot and ankle conditions we diagnose and treat at Comprehensive Foot Specialists in Huntington, NY.

Achilles Tendon

The Achilles tendon is highly prone to injury and conditions that can limit mobility, such as Achilles tendonitis and Achilles tendon rupture.

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Ankle Pain

A number of common injuries and conditions can cause ankle pain. Proper diagnosis is key to the creation of an effective treatment plan.

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Ankle Sprain

When the ankle rolls, twists, or turns in an unusual way, an ankle sprain often occurs, causing pain, discomfort, and the possible tearing of ligaments in the area.

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Arthritic Ankle Care

Ankle arthritis leads to irritation and swelling in the joints, as well as severe pain. Surgical treatment may be utilized if other methods are not successful.

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Arthritic Foot Care

Foot arthritis can greatly limit mobility and limit the completion of physical tasks. The most common types include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis.

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Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s foot is a very common fungal infection. Proper care and treatment help address the infection and prevent it from recurring in the future.

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A bunion, which is an enlargement of bony growth or swollen tissue of the big toe joint, presents as a large, visible bump on the inside of the foot.

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Corns & Calluses

Corns and calluses, which present as areas of thickened skin, are unique conditions that develop because of pressure and friction around the foot.

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Diabetic Foot Care

Those with diabetes need to consider foot care every day, due to the fact that loss of sensation in the area can cause small injuries to quickly worsen.

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Flat Feet

When the feet do not have normal arches, a condition called flat feet is present. The majority of people with flat feet do not experience symptoms.

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Foot Deformities

Foot deformities can be present at birth or develop over a long period of time. They most often affect the bones and tendons of the feet.

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Foot fractures are considered to be the most common foot injuries to treat, and they occur due to a wide range of causes.

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Gout, which is a common form of inflammatory arthritis, is characterized by attacks of intense pain, swelling, and redness.

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When the toe bends and resembles a hammer, hammertoe is present. This painful deformity can cause the joints to have a limited range of motion.

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Ingrown Toenail

Ingrown toenails occur when the plate of the nail cuts into the skin around the nail bed. Infection can occur if ingrown toenails go untreated.

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Neuromas, which are painful growths of nerve tissue, often require treatment through proper shoes, orthotics, and corticosteroid injections.

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Pediatric Foot Care

Pediatric foot care is necessary when a child has a foot condition or deformity, so that the foot can develop properly over time.

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis occurs when the connective tissue across the bottom of the foot becomes inflamed. Pain is often most intense in the morning.

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Heel Pain

Pain and discomfort behind the heel of the foot is defined as posterior heel pain. Bursitis and inflammation commonly occur in conjunction with heel pain.

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Shin Splints

Shin splints is a stress disorder that occurs because of pressure and strain placed on the lower legs. Strengthening exercises are often used as a treatment method.

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Sports Injuries

Foot and ankle injuries are very common in a wide variety of sports, and they require prompt and thorough treatment for the smoothest recovery.

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Toenail Fungus

Toenail fungus occurs under the surface of the nail and presents with discoloration and thickening of the nail. If left untreated, this infection can cause permanent damage.

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Plantar warts appear exclusively on the feet. They are small, fleshy, and grainy, and are caused by specific strains of HPV.

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Wound Care

Severe foot wounds, which have many different causes, must be treated as soon as possible so infection and progression of the wound do not occur.

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We accept most insurance plans. We also accept payment from most PPO and indemnity plans. Please call us to make an appointment and we will answer any questions you may have.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Regular foot care is extremely important for those with diabetes. Since injuries can happen and then worsen without you realizing it, you should be doing self-checks of your feet every day. This will allow you to identify any potential issues early on and get prompt medical care. Along with self-checks, you should schedule a full check of your feet and lower limbs with Comprehensive Foot Specialists at least once a year. Those with severe diabetic foot complications may need to be seen by our specialists more often, but since quality foot care is one of the most crucial aspects of diabetes care, these checks should be prioritized.
Those with diabetes are at a higher risk for foot complications, which makes proper foot care extremely important. Due to lack of sensation in the feet from nerve damage and poor circulation, a small injury (like a scratch or blister) can go unnoticed and quickly worsen. Poor blood flow in this area also makes healing more difficult, which can cause the wound to become infected before you even realize it is there. Untreated infections can even lead to major complications, for which amputation may be necessary. Daily checks of the feet are crucial for those with diabetes. You should be looking for any signs of injury or other issues, such as red or dry patches, cuts or scrapes, temperature changes, corns, or calluses. Anything unusual should be reported to your doctor at Comprehensive Foot Specialists right away. You should also prioritize scheduling regular visits with your doctor to ensure the long term health of your feet.
Foot surgery is not painful, due to the precautions that are taken before and during surgery. A majority of podiatric cases are performed under Monitored Anesthetic Case, or MAC anesthesia. This is a type of anesthesia where the patient is typically still aware, but very relaxed and oftentimes does not recall any of the events leading up to the surgery, and/or the surgery itself. Any procedure that requires an incision will utilize some type of anesthetic, whether that anesthetic is localized to the area being treated or is focused on the entire body. Pain associated with foot surgery is usually present after the surgery itself. Swelling and inflammation are common after many types of surgery, including foot surgery. The amount of pain you experience depends upon your personal pain tolerance, as well as the complexity and scale of the procedure that was performed. Minor procedures tend to cause less pain during the recovery period. At Comprehensive Foot Specialists, our doctors are knowledgeable in pain management, and we will provide you with a detailed post-operative recovery plan and instructions so discomfort can be minimized while you heal.
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Personalized Podiatric Care in New York

If you are struggling with foot pain, ankle discomfort, or any other issue that affects your comfort and mobility, contact Comprehensive Foot Specialists for expert care and treatment.

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