Arthur Weinreb, DPM

Quaker Ridge Foot Care

APPOINTMENTS ONLINE 

Follow these instructions to make appointment:

*Find the day you will want to come in- scroll to next day by clicking on the arrow next to date.

* Next find the time and click on it (you can also see other times by scrolling up and down with your mouse, if you don't see times available then the office is complete booked, move to next day)

* Enter information requested and submit form. Please include all information (name, date of birth, email, phone number & insurance information)

* After information is send out you will get an email with an approval or denial to time requested. 

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     Quaker Ridge Foot Care is a modern and convenient source for the treatment 


of disorders of the foot and associated structures.  Utilizing current diagnosis technologies 


and a combination of proven techniques,  most causes of foot pain can be treated and 


eliminated.

 


Located in Northern New Rochelle, Quaker Ridge Foot Care serves Westchester County and 


the Bronx.  Ample free parking is available, and the office is wheelchair accessible.  People 


of all ages and levels of activity can suffer from foot pain and discomfort; 


now at Quaker Ridge Foot Care these problems can be treated and your quality of life 


improved.                       

      

           


FACILITIES AND SERVICES

 

*Sport Medicine 


*Orthotics 


*Diagnosis test: X-ray, Doppler


*Laboratory


*Office and Hospital Surgery 


*Cryosurgery (for certain skin problems) 


*Consultations- Second opinions


*Orthopedic Shoes


*Medicare Diabetic Shoe Program


*Nail Fungus Laser Treatment


*P.A.D. TEST

 


 


URGENT CARE


 

     Many minor emergencies involving the foot can be treated in the office.  Common foot 


emergencies include: Sprains and Strains, Fractures of the toes, Infected Ingrown 


Toenails, Foreign Bodies (needles, splinters, glass), and Lacerations.  In the event of a 


minor emergency, call the office immediately for instructions.