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Welcome to Chestnut Hill Podiatry Associates, PC, Your Podiatrist in Philadelphia, PA

Welcome! The podiatry professionals at Chestnut Hill Podiatry Associates, PC are pleased to welcome you to our practice. We want all our patients to be informed decision makers and fully understand any health issues you face. That's why we've developed a website loaded with valuable information about podiatry and podiatric problems and treatments. We encourage you to visit this site whenever you have concern about your feet.

Our website also provides you with background about our,staff, office hours, insurance policies, appointment procedures, maps, directions Philadelphia to our office in and other useful information. We know how hectic life can be and are committed to making our practice convenient and accessible. And we want you to feel confident that when you choose , you're working with doctors and other professionals who are qualified, experienced and caring.

Please take a few moments to look through this site to get a better feel for Chestnut Hill Podiatry Associates, PC's capabilities and services; heel pain, ingrown toenails, and foot and ankle fracture treatments. We also invite you to call our office at any time to request an appointment or ask any questions.Thank you.

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Meet Your Doctors

  • Dr.
    Eugene Shagas

    Dr. Shagas joined Chestnut Hill Podiatry Associates in August of 2013. He received his undergraduate degree in cell molecular biology at the University of Washington in Seattle. Dr. Shagas graduated from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in 2010.

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  • Dr.
    Albert Mosheyev

    Dr. Albert Mosheyev is a compassionate and diligent podiatric physician serving Huntingdon Valley and Philadelphia communities in Pennsylvania. Dr. Mosheyev graduated from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, where he received his degree in podiatry.

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  • Dr.
    John Scanlon

    Dr. Scanlon is the Founder and President of Chestnut Hill Podiatry Associates. Dr. Scanlon graduated from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in 1981 He continued his training at the Podiatry Hospital of Pittsburgh, specializing in the medical and surgical care of foot and ankle disorders.

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  • Dr.
    Terence Dunn

    Born, educated and trained in Philadelphia, Dr. Dunn has been providing podiatric care to patients for over 20 years.

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  • Dr.
    Richard Ciccantelli

    Dr. Richard Ciccantelli graduated from Muhlenberg College with degrees in history and natural sciences. He earned his DPM from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in 1978. He served a residency at Montgomery Hospital in Norristown, PA under Dr. James Ganley.

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  • Flexible Flatfoot

    What Is Flatfoot? Flatfoot is often a complex disorder, with diverse symptoms and varying degrees of deformity and disability. There are several types of flatfoot, all of which have one characteristic in common: partial or total collapse (loss) of the arch.   Other characteristics shared by most ...

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  • Ganglion Cyst

    What Is a Ganglion Cyst? A ganglion cyst is a sac filled with a jellylike fluid that originates from a tendon sheath or joint capsule. The word “ganglion” means “knot” and is used to describe the knot-like mass or lump that forms below the surface of the skin.   Ganglion cysts are among ...

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  • Webbed Toes

    Webbed toes (also known as syndactyly) is a rare condition seen in approximately one in 2,000 births. Those with this condition have two or more toes that are partially or fully joined by a flexible skin bridge.  Syndactyly most commonly affects the second and third toes, but it can occur between ...

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  • Weak Ankles

    Weak ankles may be a result of previous ankle injuries, but in some cases they are a congenital (at birth) condition. The ankles are sore, and “give way” easily while standing, walking, or doing other activities. When an ankle is injured, it may take a few weeks to many months to fully heal. Often, ...

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  • Varicose Veins

    Varicose veins are usually due to improperly functioning valves within the veins. The veins typically appear prominent or look "raised."  The condition can cause swelling of the legs, ankles, and feet. The skin may become discolored due to leakage of blood into the surrounding tissues, and ulcers may ...

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  • Turf Toe

    What is Turf Toe? Turf toe is a sprain of the big toe joint resulting from injury during sports activities. The injury usually results from excessive upward bending of the big toe joint. The condition can be caused from either jamming the toe, or repetitive injury when pushing off repeatedly when running ...

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  • Toe Walking

    Toe walking, a condition in which a person walks on the toes or ball of the foot, is most often seen in young children learning to walk. A child who does not outgrow toe walking in early childhood should be evaluated by a foot and ankle surgeon. Toe walking may be idiopathic (habitual) or it can be caused ...

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  • Toe and Metatarsal Fractures (Broken Toes)

    The structure of the foot is complex, consisting of bones, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Of the 26 bones in the foot, 19 are toe bones (phalanges) and metatarsal bones (the long bones in the midfoot). Fractures of the toe and metatarsal bones are common and require evaluation by a specialist. ...

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  • Tired Feet

    "Tired feet" are not a medical condition, but are a common complaint related to various medical conditions. Abnormal foot structure (flatfoot or high arched foot) can overburden the foot, resulting in muscle fatigue. Obesity, improper footwear, pregnancy, leg swelling, increased activity level, or compensation ...

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  • Tingly Feet

    “Tingly feet" can be a sign of nerve loss. The nerves in the feet come from the lower back. Pressure or chemical change in the nerve can cause a tingling sensation in the feet. Any sensation that is out of the ordinary can be an early sign of neurologic or vascular problems. In addition to tingling, ...

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Germantown Ave Hours

Monday:

8:00 AM-4:30 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-4:30 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-4:30 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-4:30 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-4:30 PM

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Huntingdon Valley Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-4:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed