MANHATTAN--Dr. Richard E Loninger became interested in Medicine at an early age and completed his training in 1992.  An outstanding student at New York College of Podiatric Medicine, Dr. Richard Loninger was named the Emile Rose Scholar, which is a prestigious award that is given to the student who scored the highest academic testing throughout his/her academic career.

Dr. Loninger also studied at John Hopkins University Hospital and later went abroad to the Royal College of Medicine in India. Upon graduating  Dr. Loninger decided to open his private practice where he has two offices in Manhattan and one in Brooklyn. Patients from all over the Metropolitan area including New Jersey, Connecticut and around the Country will travel to Downtown NYC Foot Care to receive this innovative treatment for Heel Pain: Radio-Frequency Lesioning.

This is a new approach for treating heel pain, heel spurs, fasciitis and neuroma. The treatment, which is incredibly successful, is a four-minute, non-invasive procedure which contains no cutting, no stitches, no orthotics and no painful cortisone shots. Tiny microfilaments are inserted in a painless manner at the site of the heel pain. Not only are there no painful injections, there is immediate recovery! There is no loss of function after the procedure, and patients can run and jump only 1 hour after the procedure. This procedure yields a 92% success rate when heel pain is inferior and an 85% success rate when heel pain is superior.

Dr. Loninger stated the following, "The machine is hooked up to the microfilaments, then emits a specialized energy called radio-frequency. This radio-frequency specifically targets cells found within the area of inflammation called nociceptor cells. The energy disorganizes these cells and recruits an augmented immune response which resolves the pain."

Downtown NYC Foot Care provides unique and personal care to all patients to make sure they get the treatment they need. A specialist can help you diagnose your pain and suggest the best possible treatment option. Dr. Loninger, the owner of the practice, is dedicated to  "giving patients the best outcomes and quickest recoveries” .  Dr. Loninger, dedicated podiatrist, has developed several cutting-edge procedures and treatment options in order to provide his patients with the most current and effective solutions and relief for foot related issues. 

 

 Convenient locations in the Manhattan and Brooklyn areas, click... website... Downtown NYC Foot Care is always there for its customers.

 

Please Call Dr. Richard E. Loninger for any questions... 212-766-5200

 

 

MANHATTAN--Dr. Richard Loninger, DPM, one of the most highly respected podiatrists in the Metropolitan Area, performs over a thousand surgical procedures each year. Dr. Richard Loninger attended the NY College of Podiatric Medicine, continued his training at Mercy Medical Center, Johns Hopkins Medical Center and the Royal College of Medicine in Ranchi, India. Dr. Loninger has received numerous awards, including the Emil Rose Scholarship being first in his class in all academic material taught in 4 years of Medical School. He is committed to curing his patients and turning ugly nails to pretty with no apparent surgical scars.

One of the most common problems among Dr. Loninger’s patients is “ toenail fungus “, the fungus is everywhere and certain people are susceptible to this fungus through their hereditary genes. The fungus will infect beneath the nail and therefore creating as Dr. Loninger would describe as "unsightly infected nails." In many occasions Dr Loninger has taken on many patients whom have failed other treatments elsewhere. No more toxic oral medications No more expensive laser care that doesn't work!  Other more serious risk factors are those suffering with diabetes, immune deficiency and or circulatory problems. Those patients with chronic athlete’s foot, and/or sweaty feet are at risk as well.

Dr. Loninger will employ a procedure of complete nail removal (only done on the most severe of infections which is black thick nails) therefore, enabling the opportunity to employ the Pin Pointe Laser in the target area. The procedure using the  Pin Pointe Laser  has demonstrated an 88% success rate in removal of fungus infections from the nail. Followed by a topical medicine and the laser actually kills the fungus without harming the surrounding skin. Dr. Loninger employs a complimentary laser care for the less severe nails in the follow up visits every 4-6 weeks or until everything is completely resolved. The procedure itself for the severely infected nails is painless when performed although, the nail may hurt typically 3 days for the smaller nails and 5 days for the bigger nails. However, the patient is able to walk immediately, change the bandage the next day and place a band aide on it the following day but the patient will return to normal shoes within 3-5 days. There is no missing of work because we can suggest a surgical shoe or ugg boot, and or an open toe sandal. This procedure will completely eradicate the infection into the future and no more wearing socks at night in  bed or embarrassing moments at the beach!

Dr.Loninger and/or his staff are available 24 hours a day to help you with your foot problems. Why suffer? Request an appointment today by calling Downtown NYC Foot Care at 212-766-5200 or making an appointment on line at www.downtownnycfootcare.com

 

 

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MANHATTAN--Dr. Richard E Loninger became interested in Medicine at an early age and completed his training in 1992.  An outstanding student at New York College of Podiatric Medicine, Dr. Richard Loninger was named the Emile Rose Scholar, which is a prestigious award that is given to the student who scored the highest academic testing throughout his/her academic career.

Dr. Loninger also studied at John Hopkins University Hospital and later went abroad to the Royal College of Medicine in India. Upon graduating  Dr. Loninger decided to open his private practice where he has two offices in Manhattan and one in Brooklyn. Patients from all over the Metropolitan area including New Jersey, Connecticut and around the Country will travel to Downtown NYC Foot Care to receive this innovative treatment for Heel Pain: Radio-Frequency Lesioning.

This is a new approach for treating heel pain, heel spurs, fasciitis and neuroma. The treatment, which is incredibly successful, is a four-minute, non-invasive procedure which contains no cutting, no stitches, no orthotics and no painful cortisone shots. Tiny microfilaments are inserted in a painless manner at the site of the heel pain. Not only are there no painful injections, there is immediate recovery! There is no loss of function after the procedure, and patients can run and jump only 1 hour after the procedure. This procedure yields a 92% success rate when heel pain is inferior and an 85% success rate when heel pain is superior.

Dr. Loninger stated the following, "The machine is hooked up to the microfilaments, then emits a specialized energy called radio-frequency. This radio-frequency specifically targets cells found within the area of inflammation called nociceptor cells. The energy disorganizes these cells and recruits an augmented immune response which resolves the pain."

Downtown NYC Foot Care provides unique and personal care to all patients to make sure they get the treatment they need. A specialist can help you diagnose your pain and suggest the best possible treatment option. Dr. Loninger, the owner of the practice, is dedicated to  "giving patients the best outcomes and quickest recoveries” .  Dr. Loninger, dedicated podiatrist, has developed several cutting-edge procedures and treatment options in order to provide his patients with the most current and effective solutions and relief for foot related issues. 

 Convenient locations in the Manhattan and Brooklyn areas, click... website... Downtown NYC Foot Care is always there for its customers.

Please Call Dr. Richard E. Loninger for any questions... 212-766-5200

 

 

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Jimmy Fasulo is taking the New Jersey music scene by storm...

"You feel in your stomach when you want to do something-that's your soul telling you to do it."

            He is young, innovative, and focused. He wants to promote change and inspiration among the local music community and inspire musicians to follow their dreams, just as he has.

            Fasulo’s love of the arts all started at a young age of eight, when he really got involved in music. He was introduced to theater, and clung to the idea of going in front of audiences and being someone else. His theater talents then evolved into songwriting and eventually by fifteen, Fasulo was out booking shows for local venues. “I saw it as an opportunity to develop the character I am,” Fasulo said.

            When Fasulo saw an opportunity to make a difference in the New Jersey music scene, he took it and ran. He became involved with numerous bands like Ernston and Chasing Down Sunsets. He also became heavily involved in his local performing arts and jazz club and decided that in order to solely focus on music, he needed to drop out of school. “I had a 3.8, I’m a smart dude. But I think it’s my downfall sometimes with my decision making process. I saw me investing time in something I care about more important than investing in college,” he said. After running the idea by his parents, they supported his endeavors and he was off making a difference in the music community.

            Fasulo is ecstatic about today’s music scene. Some of his biggest inspirations for his personal projects are Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy, Brendon Urie of Panic! At the Disco, and Fasulo’s biggest inspiration currently, is Chance the Rapper. “We need artists who take on the title of artist,” Fasulo said, “people who are frustrated are now branching out.” Fasulo admires not only Chance the Rapper’s rise to fame, but also his involvement in his community in Chicago and his civic duties.

            Fasulo has channeled his inspiration’s beliefs and practices into his local community and wants to give back and make a difference in young musician’s lives. Currently, he is working on a pop-jazz-opera all centered on his recovery from alcohol- right around his one year mark of sobriety. But, he wants to give back to the surrounding community. “I want to be able to make something to give people the opportunities I wish I had when I was figuring out how to be an individual artist,” Fasulo said.

            That’s why he is hoping that in the coming years, he can see his plans put into actions. He is brainstorming an idea for a library-coffee lounge that will host various programs for aspiring artists, such as open mic nights, poetry readings, and jazz shows. “Basically a place that will inspire and then nurture afterwards,” he said.

            Of course, not everyone is as successful in the music industry as Fasulo has been. “I have this great opportunity to do something great and bring people together” he said, “it’s when playing make believe goes right.” But for all aspiring musicians, Fasulo wholeheartedly believes in the ‘just do it’ attitude. No matter the struggles or obstacles, it will be worth it- he said, “that thing you feel in your stomach when you want to do something- that’s your soul telling you to do it.”

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