Dr Suzanne Fuchs. received her bachelor's degree at The University of Pittsburgh. After attending Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, she completed her three-year residency in foot and ankle surgery at North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System.
Dr. Fuchs has extensive training in sports injuries, biomechanics, rearfoot and forefoot reconstructive surgery, foot deformities and cosmetic foot issues. She is currently a podiatric surgical attending at North Shore Long Island Jewish Medical Center and practices in New York City and Long Island, New York.
Dr. Fuchs provides comprehensive foot and ankle care by working with each patient to meet the individual’s distinctive health goals. She believes that patient education and involvement is essential to providing exceptional health care. She takes a holistic approach to treating her patients combining nutrition, fitness and movement.
She has been featured in Reader's Digest and other publications. She also writes her own blog www.drsuzheals.com.
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