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Dr. Eric Trattner uses Clearanail technology to assist in the treatment of nail fungus

If you or someone you know has struggled with nail fungus, you’re likely aware that most treatments either work sporadically or don’t work at all. “Nail fungus is not just a cosmetic concern. It can also lead to other skin and nail problems, especially in diabetics,” says Dr. Eric Trattner, a podiatrist and foot specialist with over 30...

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Dr. Eric Trattner cures hammertoes without using pins or stitches

If you are one of the many people suffering from painful, curled toes, you should know you have options. “Most people with hammertoes believe their only choices are to live with the pain or have surgery, which often requires scary pins, uncomfortable footwear and long recovery times,” says Dr. Eric Trattner, podiatrist and board-certified...

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Trade in your yo-yo diet for a total mind, body and metabolic transformation with Empowering Punch—in just 12 weeks

Summer break signifies fun in the sun, but it can also represent a break in one’s fitness routine or healthy habits. Routine is what most people rely on to stay on track with their weight management. But for many, the lack of structure in the summer derails their fitness and nutritional efforts. Empowering Punch, the unique, boxing-themed...

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Whether walls and trim or cabinets and ceilings, Curb Appeal Painting can transform any room of the home

Refreshing your indoor scenery with updated wall colors is one of the most affordable ways to breathe life into your space and make it look like new. As colder weather nears and we prepare to hibernate once again, why not call the professionals at Curb Appeal Painting to help you create a home you’ll say “aah” to every time you walk...

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Your basement wants to dry up and function the way it should and here’s how Olivieri & Son can keep it moisture-free

More than half of basements in homes have a moisture problem—and they are not just old homes. According to the American Society of Home Inspectors, many new homes will develop a leak in the basement within 10 to 15 years of being built. “All houses will develop small cracks when they are settling,” says Mark Olivieri, who, along...

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