• We provide care to patients of all ages including infants, children, adults and seniors.
• We provide excellent care with an emphasis on prevention.
• We make sure all of our patients needs are met.
Board Certified specialists offer a full array of podiatric services to help you maintain healthy feet:
• Ankle Pain & Injuries
• Ankle Fractures
• Athletes Foot
• Crush Injuries
• Diabetic Foot Infections
• Flat Feet
• Fungal Toenails
• Geriatric Foot Care
• Heel Spurs
• Ingrown Toenails
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Poor Circulation
• Wound Care
Every office can take and develop x-rays the same day.
Our Board Certified specialists provide comprehensive foot and ankle care. We are very sensitive to the needs of our patients and spend a great deal of time explaining our findings, providing recommendations and treatment options. Our dedicated staff will treat you with care and help you with any of your foot and ankle concerns.
Dr. Michael Fallon
Dr. Dzwonczyk – Medical Director
Dr George T. Roberts
Physical Therapy & Chiropractic
How can I contact UHS?
If you are looking for a doctor, directions to our facilities, or contact information please visit us online at www.uhs.net or call our free Nurse Direct line at 607-763-5555.
What is a Breast Self Exam (BSE)?
A breast self-exam (BSE) is a technique used by women to become familiar with the normal look and feel of their breast. BSEs are important in keeping you aware of changes in your breasts. Knowing how your breasts normally look and feel is crucial in detecting abnormalities.
From Roberts Eyecare
Can contact lenses be worn for sports?
Yes, contact lenses provide excellent vision for most sports. However, keep in mind that contacts do not provide protection from injury. Contact lens wearers should consider using sports safety goggles for maximum protection during sports activities.
From Roberts Eyecare
Should I get my eyes examined if I don’t need eyeglasses?
Yes. An eye exam is much more than just checking your vision. A comprehensive eye health evaluation is also performed during an eye exam. A person may have no complaints and 20/20 vision and still suffer from conditions such as retinal breaks or tears, glaucoma, cataracts, retinopathy from diabetes or high blood pressure, melanoma of the eye, etc.
Where is UHS located?
UHS offers a variety of medical services, at convenient locations throughout Greater Binghamton and surrounding counties. For directions to each of our facilities, visit our website at www.uhs.net or call our free Nurse Direct line at 607-762-2336.