Jackson-Weiss syndrome is a rare, genetic disorder that affects males and females alike. The disorder causes foot and skull abnormalities due to over-stimulated bone cell growth. On the feet, Jackson-Weiss syndrome impacts the toes, resulting in unusually large, stubby big toes that point inward, fused toe bones, and webbed skin between the second and third toes. Corrective surgery is usually performed on affected infants.
My feet pain started about 4 years ago. It kept getting worse, standing up or walking became a torture. I have been neglecting it all this time. Finally about 6 weeks ago I saw Dr Tepper. He diagnosed the problem, asked me to go back in few days. He customized medical insoles for me which they are called […]
Great place, I came here when I was young and now bringing my son who loves the staff and Dr. Tepper.
Dr Jan Tepper, is best Podiatrist ever. Me and my husband have been coming here for a long time. He can fix all your feet problem, and has the best staff. We love him and his staff dearly.
Amazing Dr’s and Office assistants. Love them!
I brought my son for a broken ankle, now a year later I came for an ingrown. I like the office availability on the weekend and extended hours, Dr. Tepper is a sweet man. The office is so friendly and made me feel comfortable.
There was hardly any wait and the waiting area is cozy and comfortable. There is a tv in the waiting area as well that will keep you entertained since it is tuned to daytime talk shows. Lots of reading material in all the rooms to keep you from being bored. Dr. Tepper is likable and very personable […]
Dr. Tepper and his staff are so nice and caring. They take the time to go over everything thoroughly.
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He is very knowledgeable and explains to you of what is wrong with your foot in detail. You’re never rushed. Always makes sure you understand him and that you are comfortable. The nurses and receptionist are very professional and curtious. The office is a very clean atmosphere and comfortable waiting room. I’m very happy with Dr. Jan D. […]
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