Dr. Leibovitz takes on Sir Isaac Newton

How Genetics Affect Your Feet

The apple does not fall far from the tree! Knowing where your conditions come from can save your grandparent’s, parent’s, or kiddo’s feet from life-long pain by being proactive and starting treatment BEFORE you experience more issues.

Dr. Leibovitz takes on Sir Isaac Newton


Heel Pain

Sports Injuries

Children’s Footcare

Foot Deformities

Diabetic Foot Care

Skin & Nails


Heel Pain

Foot Deformities

Sports Injuries

Skin and Nails

Children’s Footcare

Diabetic Foot Care

Fighting Dry Skin & Tinea Pedis (Athlete’s Foot)

  Dry skin and tinea pedis (often referred to as athlete’s foot) can pair up with each other. But it’s not in any way that will be benefit your feet. We’re talking more about the way supervillains like to team up against Spider-Man.  The fall and spring seasons...

Getting Kids with Shin Splints Back to Action

  There are times each year when kids take a break from running around all over the place to run around in more directed, intense, and sports-related ways. Getting back to a sports season (or starting one for the first time) can be a very exciting time for both...

Tackling Back-to-School Athletes’ Foot and Ankle Problems

  Preparation is everything when it comes to any school season. This is especially important when it comes to preventing or early detection of a sports injury or other foot problems in a child athlete. A good scouting report is a big advantage for a coach. This...

Why Does it Feel Like I’m Walking on a Rock?

  Do you feel like you’re walking on a small rock or pebble that’s stuck inside your shoe?  The first step (and you might have already done this) is to check for a small rock or pebble inside your shoe. If you do find a small rock or pebble, then case closed!...

The [Not So] Straight Line from Flat Feet to Heel Pain in Children

Flat feet in children can lead to more problems down the road. Dr. Jeffrie C. Leibovitz discusses warning signs and when to seek a professional evaluation.

Rocker Bottom Shoes

  Rocker Bottom Shoes Make The World Go Around Rocker bottom shoes are one of the most common type of shoe I recommend. They are very helpful for specific foot and ankle problems. There are very effective in offloading the forefoot area. When you view these shoes...

Having More than 10 Toes, and Other Children’s Toe Problems

  It is almost cliché to respond to “How is your new baby doing?” with “Got 10 fingers and 10 toes”. The first thing parents do with their newborn is count the fingers and toes. It is a tradition to count all your newborn’s fingers and toes to prove that...

Don’t Rush Early Walking for Your Baby

  Watching your child reach milestones is a big deal, and we understand that. It is typical if you’re a little impatient for them walk, talk, and feed themselves. The irony is that once they achieve these monumental events you will be telling them to sit down,...

The Toe That Lost the Super Bowl

  The Problem During the Game Everyone knows Achilles’ story of vulnerability but the Great toe joint (aka 1st MPJ, big toe joint, piggy that goes to market) may be the real weak link in the foot. The big toe joint has retired a long list of elite and pro...

Heart and Sole – The Link Between Foot and Circulatory Health

  So how does heart health relate to foot health, and vice versa? I could not think of a better example than the song that Heart and Soul...or Sole. Anybody that has touched the keys of a piano should recognize this. My second favorite version was played in the...


When can I wear normal shoes after foot and ankle surgery?

If the procedure only involves soft tissue (neuromas, joint cleanup procedure, and ganglions), it may be 2-3 weeks before an athletic shoe can be worn. If bone healing is involved (joint fusion or osteotomy) it may take 4-8 weeks to return to an athletic shoe.  Of course, we can only provide a very rough estimate unless we see you here in our office, but this does provide a starting point.

Do bunions and bunionettes need surgery?

There are certainly cases when bunion surgery makes sense, but this should be a discussion we have here in our Indianapolis, IN office. We’ll be happy to assess your situation and help you determine the best course of action. Give us a call at (317) 545-0505, or take advantage of our online form to request your appointment today.

What do orthotics treat?

These medical devices are used to treat and prevent an array of issues, including bunions, abnormal foot arches (both high and low), hallux limitus (stiff big toe), neuromas, ulceration/calluses, forefoot pain, and plantar fasciitis.

What Our Patients are Saying

Dr. Leibovitz and all staff members I saw were very helpful and patient with explaining and answering questions. I have already told some of my friends about my visit and that I would recommend you if they needed to see a podiatrist.

Barbara B.

Dr. Leibovitz took the time to explain what he would do and what to expect. He was professional, thorough and efficient.

Patrick D.

So awesome. Had a toenail problem/infection and didn’t know what it was or why it was happening. Got a same day appointment and I was taken care of right away. Quick, painless and very informative. Would recommend to anyone and everyone!

Natalie W.

I have been very pleased with the care Dr. Leibovitz has provided me. I have had some pretty severe pain in my ankle and step by step we are seeing improvements (for a very active person the improvements have been heaven!). My last visit with him was a virtual visit over Zoom. So easy!

Achilles Stretching Exercises!

Stretching is one of the key components in injury prevention and in the healing process. Dr. Jeffrie Leibovitz walks you through some important stretching techniques for your achilles tendon in this video – take a look as he explains each technique and how it can help you!

Why Call Our Indianapolis Podiatry Office?

For over 30 years, Dr. Jeffrie Leibovitz has been providing comprehensive foot care services by using modern diagnostic equipment and proven treatment options. His goal in doing so is not only to help you find relief from painful symptoms, but to address the root cause and restore your options.

If you are suffering from foot pain, contact our office and request an appointment. Dr. Leibovitz will determine what is wrong and then create a customized treatment plan for you. (And if you come in soon enough, there’s a decent chance your plan won’t include surgery!)

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Get Our Free Guide on Treating Foot Pain

Foot pain is not normal and should not be something you have to live with! Dr. Jeffrie Leibovitz has created a guide for all of your foot and ankle needs. If you want to end your foot pain, get your digital download of our book today!

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