While bunions may be his specialty, Dr. William Levine, podiatrist from New York City is highly skilled and experienced in dealing with many health problems related to the foot. For example, he is also a cosmetic and aesthetic podiatrist. He offers botox injections to treat hyperhydrosis, which is a medical term for overly sweaty feet. He can also provide dermal filler injections to those patients who suffer from metatarsal fat pad atrophy, which is pain and numbness in the ball of the feet, which is common among women. He also provides spa-like foot rejuvenation treatments, using massage with exotic oils and whirlpool baths. Dr. Levine can also use lasers to remove nail fungus, do nail bleaching, and he employs state of the art instruments and creams to remove all cracking skin, corns and calluses.
Dr. William Levine is an Associate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery, and he has been certified by the National Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners. When he has free time, Dr. Levine enjoys watching and playing sports, including soccer, baseball, football, skiing, golf, and tennis. He also likes to work on home improvement projects, and he is also fond of reading and traveling.

Dr. William Levine, podiatrist, has been in private practice since 1993, and a specialty of his has been in his treatment of bunions, which he has perfected over many years. Bunions are a particularly common foot problem for many people. It is a bony bump that usually forms on the side of the big toe. There are some non-surgical treatments available for bunions, but Dr. Levine has found that once the condition has progressed, surgery is quite often the only treatment necessary, so he has developed a surgical treatment over the years that treats bunions with the smallest possible incision in a way that produces less bleeding and scarring than other procedures and that requires little to no pain medication.