The New York Times - Men, Are You Wearing Sandals this Summer? Read This First
DailyMail.com - How to Avoid Blisters from Irresistible but Painful Shoes
Before flashing some toe, there’s some footwork to be done. Dr. Suzanne Levine, a podiatric surgeon at Institute Beauté, a medical spa on Park Avenue, wants men to change their minds when it comes to their feet.
“I’d like them to think about treating their feet the way they do their face,” she said. That includes scrubbing, buffing and getting regular trims. Here are some feet tips.
First for Women - Secrets to sandal-ready
How to avoid blisters from irresistible but painful shoes: Stiletto-loving foot doctor reveals her 5 tips for pain-free fashion
Women - and men - often suffer long nights and big blisters to 'break in' new shoes
But, a celebrity podiatrist says breaking them in is just a myth
Instead, shared explained how to use moisturizer, apple cider vinegar, shoe stretchers and lidocaine to ward off - or at least cope with - painful blisters
NewTheory.com - Top 5 Summer Must-Have Breakdown
Read Dr. Suzanne Levine’s feature below from First for Women magazine for her tips on how to get your feet summer and sandal ready!
Departures.Com- True Confessions of a Foot Doctor
Summer represents another opportunity for a clean slate and a fresh start- especially when it comes getting your skin and body sun-kissed ready. There are always an over abundance of products on the market to invest in perfecting your overall aesthetic. Although, the summer time provides a bit more of a challenge to make sure your skin/body is tight, right and the rest of your fabulous self matches- completing your stylish beach goddess look. However, if you want that title you need make sure your summer checklist and must haves are all in order- starting with…
Closer Magazine - Bunions? Pain in the ball of your foot? Tingling and burning?
It was a bright, sunny Friday morning.
Suzanne Levine, D.P.M., in her white lab coat, half-eyes pushed up high onto her expensively highlighted locks, looks down at what I had always considered quite nice feet. “Oh my god!” she says, backing away from me like she might from a burning house. “Those feet do not belong to you!”
Excuse me, I thought.
“As Viola knows all too well, that “bump” on the joint at the base of the big toe is not only unsightly but boy can it hurt when it’s smushed up against a shoe. ‘A bunion forms when the bone or tissue at the big toe joint moves out of place,’ explains celebrity podiatrist Suzanne Levine, D.P.M., who works with some of New York City’s A-list media moguls. The toe is forced to bend toward the others, causing symptoms including pain, a bony bump over the joint and red, callused skin along the edge of the big toe. …”