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New York City Podiatrist Offering New Pinpointe Footlaser for Fast and Effective Nail Fungus Removal

Leading NYC podiatrist, Dr. Ernest Isaacson, introduces PinPointe FootLaser, an advanced treatment for toenail fungus in his Manhattan office.

2010-08-13
NEW YORK, NY, August 13, 2010 (Press-News.org) Experienced podiatrist in Manhattan, Dr. Ernest Isaacson, is now offering PinPointe FootLaser, a new breakthrough in toenail fungus treatment. The new laser technology removes and treats toenail fungus safely, quickly and without pain.

The new PinPointe FootLaser from this New York City podiatrist uses a special laser beam to reduce the infection in your toenails. The laser gently passes through the toenail to penetrate the infection deep in the nail bed without causing damage to the nail or surrounding skin. Because this treatment is laser based, no anesthesia is required, the patient experiences little to no discomfort and the risk of side effects is zero. The laser technology kills the fungus immediately, promoting the growth of clear, healthy nails.

"Toenail fungus affects millions of people worldwide, yet many topical and oral treatments have proven to be ineffective and short-lasting. The new PinPointe FootLaser offers a simple and non-invasive solution for patients suffering from this uncomfortable and often recurring condition. We look forward to helping our patients discover the PinPointe advantage and eliminating their fungal infection once and for all," said Dr. Ernest Isaacson, NYC podiatrist.

This highly-qualified podiatrist in Manhattan is committed to delivering quality and comfortable podiatric care throughout NYC. The full-service practice offers a wide range of foot and ankle care, including treatment for heel pain in New York City and common foot injuries, such as ankle sprains, fractures and shin splints. Additionally, Dr. Isaacson performs foot surgery in Manhattan to repair and correct a wide variety of foot problems, including arthritis, neuromas, heel pain, flatfeet, bunions in Manhattan and hammertoes.

Staying abreast of latest trends and technologies, this NYC podiatrist strives to deliver the most efficient and advanced podiatric care possible. In addition to the new laser technology, Dr. Isaacson also recently introduced his new practice website. Now busy Manhattan patients can easily access a wide range of valuable tools and information, including online appointment requesting, office directions and patient education.

To learn more about the PinPointe FootLaser treatment from your podiatrist in Manhattan, contact Ernest L. Isaacson, DPM PC at 212-420-6002.

About Ernest L. Isaacson, DPM PC: Dr. Ernest L. Isaacson is an experienced podiatrist in New York City. With an interest in heel pain, bunion care and foot surgery, Dr. Isaacson and his highly-qualified staff are well equipped to handle any foot and ankle need. Additionally, this Manhattan podiatrist actively pursues ongoing education and is active in ongoing research and publication in basic and clinical science.

Media Contact:
Dr. Ernest L. Isaacson
drisaacson@gmail.com
30 E 40th St
Suite 401
New York, NY 10016
(212) 420-6002
http://www.doctorisaacson.net


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[Press-News.org] New York City Podiatrist Offering New Pinpointe Footlaser for Fast and Effective Nail Fungus Removal
Leading NYC podiatrist, Dr. Ernest Isaacson, introduces PinPointe FootLaser, an advanced treatment for toenail fungus in his Manhattan office.