Danbury podiatrist Paul Betschart, DPM has teamed up with Sandy Hook Promise and will run in the 2019 New York City Marathon to help raise funds for this worthy cause. The platform of ending gun violence is important to support, regardless of our politics. Dr Betschart will run the 26.2 miles for the families of those who have lost loved ones to gun violence and will raise money to support the efforts of Sandy Hook Promise. A donation page has been established for those in the community that would like to support this effort: https://www.crowdrise.com/o/en/campaign/sandy-hook-promise-foundation-nyc-2019/paulbetschart
Dr Betschart is also having a raffle for his patients, old and new, who can donate as well as a variety of thank you gift for donations of different amounts. Please call or visit the office for details. 203 791 0466
Although medical care and outcomes cannot be guaranteed, we can guarantee your satisfaction with our office. If your experience with our office is not satisfactory, let us know promptly. We will do everything possible to resolve any issues to ensure your experience with us exceeds your expectations.
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No Fear of the Foot Doctor
It’s understandable why some may have a fear of the dentist, or going to their primary physician for a colonoscopy, or even having an annual physical. However, when it comes to the podiatrist, there is no need to have the slightest sense of fear. I know. I’m Doctor Paul Betschart and I’m a foot doctor in Danbury, CT. Having an examination of your feet is one of the most easy and painless appointments you will ever have. In fact, if you’re like many people, you may be ticklish on the bottom of your feet, and will especially have to hold in the giggles during your visit. Furthermore, our office in Danbury fosters a very pleasant and relaxing atmosphere, which further makes your appointment a pleasure. We hope to see you soon!
Don’t Operate Your Own Personal Treatment Center, Part Two
Good day, Doctor Paul Betschart here, ready to talk to my friends in Danbury again today about some of the mistakes that people make by trying to treat themselves. Specifically, we are focusing on the condition known as bunions, which affects many people today. Many times people try to treat their bunions by using an ice pack. While this may help to relieve some of the swelling that develops from the protruded bone, it will not target the root cause of the issue that is causing the swelling in the first place. Misalignment of the entire big toe joint is the root cause of the problem.
If you are dealing with a bunion, get it evaluated right away. I’d love for you to visit me, here at my office in Danbury. We have the most advanced treatments available, including the revolutionary Lapiplasty 3 dimensional bunion correction. Come on in for a consultation to see if it is right for you Call 203 791 0466 or visit www.danburypodiatrist.com
Suffering From an Ingrown Toenail?
Are you suffering from the pain of an ingrown toenail? Does your foot throb when you put pressure on it? Does the light weight of your bed sheets even cause pain at times? Hi, I’m Doctor Paul Betschart, a podiatrist here in Danbury, CT, and I want to help. Although the toe is one of the smallest and most forgotten members of the body, when it is injured, it can quickly gain your attention. I understand that the pain can be debilitating at times, and many suffer unnecessarily because they try to treat themselves or wait for the problem to go away on its own.
I invite you to come to my office here in Danbury and let me help stop the progression of your ingrown toenail in its tracks. Come on in for a FREE CONSULTATION! Your feet will be glad you did!
Don’t Operate Your Own Personal Treatment Center, Part One
Sometimes people try to treat their own foot pain, and play the role of both doctor and patient. Hi, I’m Doctor Paul Betschart, a podiatrist from Danbury, CT, and I would like to talk to you today about some of the mistakes that people make by trying to treat their bunions and other foot ailments by themselves. Many people use topical creams to help relieve their suffering; however, topical creams can never cure a bunion or any other foot ailment. They may bring temporary relief in helping to reduce redness or swelling, but the issue still remains.
It’s best to allow a trained professional to look at your feet. I encourage you to come to my office here in Danbury and let me help. Give us a cal at 201 791 0466 or visit our website www.danburypodiatrist.com
How Flatfoot Affects the Entire Body
Hello, this is Doctor Paul Betschart here, your local podiatrist from Danbury, CT. I would like to talk to you today about flatfoot and how it can affect the entire body. Most of us would assume that flatfoot only affects, well, the foot. Therefore, it may be surprising that it can affect other parts of the body. However, when an individual loses the support of their arch, weight is then shifted to other areas, such as the hips or knees. When the feet are not carrying a person properly, the rest of the lower body tries to make up for it. Consequently, the body feels a lot of pain because of the strain and misalignment. We have the most advanced diagnostic and treatment modalities available, including minimally invasive surgical approaches and custom foot orthoses
If you are struggling with flatfoot, I encourage you to come see me, Doctor Betschart, at my office here in Danbury.
Call us at 203 791 0466 for a FREE CONSULTATION!
Work-Related Foot Pain
Hi there. This is Doctor Paul Betschart, and I am a foot doctor in Danbury, CT. If you have a job that requires you to be on your feet all day, it’s likely that you often experience foot fatigue or pain. There are a number of foot ailments that can occur as a result of repeated stress on your feet, from corns to blisters, to even more serious issues such as bunions, plantar fasciitis, tendinitis and stress fractures.
As a podiatrist, I can prescribe a plan for you to avoid serious problems with your feet that can stem from your active professional life. Stop by my office in Danbury to learn learn more. Certainly, if you do have a work related foot or ankle injury, we are here to help you get back to work as quickly as possible
Hello, this is Doctor Betschart, your favorite podiatrist in Danbury. In a previous post, we talked about plantar warts and how to identify them. Today, I want to tell you about what causes them. As surprising as it may seem, plantar warts are the result of the human papilloma virus, also known as HPV. HPV commonly grows in wet and warm areas, such as bathrooms and locker rooms and is contracted through cuts, abrasions and breaks in the skin. If you think that you might have developed plantar warts, it is important to see a foot doctor right away. We have the most effective and convenient treatments available. I encourage you to see me soon at my office here in Danbury. Call for a consultation 203 791-0466
Did you know that there are 26 bones in your feet? Hi, I’m Doctor Paul Betschart, and I am a podiatrist in Danbury, CT. I would like to talk to you today about foot fractures. Since there are 26 bones in the feet, foot fractures can turn up in a number of locations: toes, arches, the shins, and more. Some people may be suffering with a foot fracture and not even know it. They may just be aware that their foot hurts and are not sure why.
If you are experiencing foot pain, let me help. Come see me at my office in Danbury and let me see if perhaps you are dealing with a foot fracture that needs professional treatment