At our office, we offer our patients the most innovative treatments available in the field of podiatry, such as the PinPointe FootLaser for toenail fungus and Stortz Shockwave therapy for tendon pain. Dr. Marzano will thoroughly diagnose your foot problem and customize the safest and most effective treatment possible.
Our mission is to provide our patients with outstanding full service and compassionate foot care. We strongly believe in educating our patients as to all possible treatment options. With comprehensive, gentle, advanced foot care, Dr. Marzano will help you get back on your feet.
THE OFFICE OF JOHN C. MARZANO, DPM
Westchester Podiatric Medicine, P.C., located in Yonkers, NY, is the comprehensive podiatry office of Dr. John C. Marzano. Our office provides excellent podiatric care to our patients in a comfortable and friendly environment. Our state-of-the-art office is equipped with the most modern equipment and Dr. Marzano utilizes the latest modalities and techniques to treat all of your foot care needs.
We provide a full range of clinical podiatry care, including the treatment of foot and ankle conditions such as ingrown toenails, nail fungus, bunions, hammertoes, sprains, strains and heel pain as well as comprehensive diabetic foot care, wound care and all types of foot and ankle surgeries.
Dr. John C. Marzano is an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of diabetic ulcerations, gangrene, and foot infections. He has been a member of the staff at St. John’s Riverside Hospital in Yonkers, NY for 30 years as a podiatrist in the Centers for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. This state-of-the-art facility will provide care to those suffering from non-healing wounds in a way no other provider can — all in one location.
MEET OUR DOCTOR
John C. Marzano DPM
In July of 1985, following my Podiatric Preceptorship I began my podiatric career by purchasing the practice of a retiring Richard Cerchiara DPM in Mount Vernon, NY. I applied and became the first Podiatrist granted operating room privileges at Mount Vernon Hospital in 1986. At Mount Vernon Hospital over the next three years I performed numerous fore foot and rear foot surgical procedures. In June of 1990 following the submission and acceptance of 250 surgical case studies to the American Board of Podiatric Surgery I sat for the board certification examination. In August of the same year I received my certificate by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. From 1990 to 1994 I served as Chairman of the Podiatric Department at Mount Vernon Hospital. During those years we added several Podiatrists to our surgical staff.