Welcome to Suffern Podiatry

Suffern Podiatry continues on a normal schedule. Only one patient is seen in the office at time. Face masks covering mouth and nose are required. We request patients come alone or with one care provider if needed. One parent may accompany a child. Surfaces are cleaned with hospital grade germicidal cleaner between visits.

We are encouraging our patients to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Only when most people have been vaccinated will we achieve herd immunity from this virus. Vaccinations are being given at Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, NY based on New York State rules and availability of the vaccine itself. Here is information for scheduling your shot:

New York vaccine scheduling 833-697-4829

Good Samaritan Hospital https://apps.health.ny.gov/doh2/applinks/cdmspr/2/counties?OpID=50500048

OUR podiatry office in Suffern, NY treats most foot problems in children and adults including everyday foot conditions and more complex problems. Learn more about our treatments. Dr. Howard Friedman DPM participates with the following insurance plans. (If you do not see your insurance on the list, contact your insurance carrier to see if we are a provider.)

Schedule an appointment by calling 845-357-2806. Appointments can be scheduled on line by clicking here.  (Video visits are available through Doxy.me and can be scheduled by calling the office. You will be given an appointment time for your visit. Regular co-payments apply).

We are conveniently located at 29 North Airmont Road, Suffern, NY 10901  next to exit 14B of the New York State Thruway I-87 ( map and directions). Suffern is near Mahwah, NJ and Nanuet, New City, Spring Valley, Monsey, Nyack, Sloatsburgh and Tuxedo, NY. We are minutes from Bergen County.

Invoices can be paid securely on-line here

Our hours are: Monday: 9-4:00

Tuesday: 9:00-5:00

Wednesday 10:00-7:00

Thursday : 11:00 – 4:00

Friday 8:30-1:00

The office is on the second floor. An elevator is available and the office is handicap and wheelchair accessible.

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Dr. Friedman maintains an updated page of shoe recommendations as well as what you need to know about socks.

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