Experiencing foot pain from wearing high heels? The podiatrists at Boston Common Podiatry have brought “Miracle Filler for the Feet”, an innovative technique which is being used around the country, to Boston.
No more stuffing padding in your shoes to increase comfort, or switching from beautiful designer high heels to flats, or worse, avoiding high heels all together.
Dr. Jordana Szpiro, D.P.M., F.A.C.F.A.S. and Dr. Shannon Thompson, D.P.M., are now offering “Miracle Filler for the Feet”. The “miracle filler” is Sculptra, an injectable filler commonly administered to the face by plastic surgeons, which is injected into the foot using a patented technique. Foot fillers, revolutionized in New York City and now used around the country, provide padding and relief for up to a year.
Both podiatrists at the practice have been specially trained in the administration of Sculptra to the feet.
“‘Miracle Filler for the Feet’ can benefit those who wear high heels as well as those with atrophied fat pads, which is a natural condition that develops as we age,” explained Dr. Szpiro.
She continued, “Think of it as adding some much needed padding to the inside of your feet rather than the outside. As you’re walking, the biomechanics move the Sculptra to the right spot on your feet, creating a cushion. And, the Sculptra lasts quite a while – between eight to twelve months.”
Boston Common Podiatry offers “Miracle Filler for the Feet” at $600 per foot.
For more information, contact the office at 617-262-2266.
About Boston Common Podiatry
Boston Common Podiatry specializes in the treatment of foot conditions including pain, fractures and sports-related injuries; complicated foot conditions caused by diabetes, arthritis and cardiovascular disease; pediatric podiatry and molded orthotics. From athletes and dancers to marathon runners and high-heeled fashionistas to seniors and children, the renowned Boston Common Podiatry cares for patients from the greater Boston and Cape Cod areas.
The practice’s physicians are affiliated with Partner’s Healthcare, Mt. Auburn Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Cambridge Health Alliance, and Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Medford. The office is handicapped accessible and they offer convenient, on-site x-ray services.
Boston Common Podiatry is one of the few practices in the area offering two of the newest, most advanced treatments: Keryflex, which is a new and innovative solution to fungal or dystrophic nails and the innovative GenesisPlus Nd:YAG laser by Cutera, the most powerful FDA-cleared laser for the treatment of warts, fungus, scars and thermal resurfacing. Boston Common Podiatry is located at 264 Beacon Street, Second Floor, Boston, MA. For more information contact 617-262-2266 or visit bostoncommonpodiatry.com.