“During fashion month, everyone involved — editors, influencers, those working on the shows — winds up spending a lot of time on their feet. I mean, running from show to show while making sure you look good from head to toe is no easy feat…”Read More
Read Dr. Suzanne Levine recent summer feature in Woman’s World Magazine for National I Love My Feet Day!Read More
In a recent feature on Refinery29, beauty writer Samantha Sasso approached Dr. Levine for her expertise and insight on how to get your feet ready for everyone to see during the summer months. Together they cover the major points on what to do for smooth feet and some preventative measures as well.Read More
Dr. Suzanne Levine has been featured in Vogue on numerous occasions for her insight into health and fashion. Her proprietary procedures and aesthetic approach to her practice have kept her at the forefront of podiatry. With an eye for style and an appreciation for the finer things in life, she has become the authority on getting everyone back into their heels as quickly as possible.Read More
“With Sunday’s Golden Globes fast approaching, the 2019 red carpet season is kicking into high gear — and for celebrities, that means hours of posing, schmoozing and delivering acceptance speeches in painful, perilously high heels.
But while stars (and their stylists) have long used tried-and-true tricks like moleskin and gel inserts to make stilettos more comfortable, many are adding something else to their arsenal: cannabis. And no, they’re not lighting up before getting out of their limos.”Read More
Shoes should never be too tight, or too loose, Suzanne Levine, M.D., board-certified podiatric surgeon, and author of My Feet are Killing Me, tells SELF. Your shoe should have about 1 centimeter of space—about the width of your index finger—in front of your longest toe (usually the same foot as your dominant hand) so your toes have room to move, Levine says.Read More