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Dr. Bryan Makower

Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist)

4.33 (184)
Next Available: Tue, May 28

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Biography

Education and Background

Education and training

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Specialty
Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist)
NPI number
1548221708

Reviews

4.33 Based on
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4.4 (177)
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2.6 (7)
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Jun 13, 2021 Andrew S
I'm writing this review prior to receiving care, so this is just based on the initial impression of the institution; however, I'm currently 30 minutes past due my set appointment, and was told that I wouldn't be seen for -- at least -- another 45 minutes, putting my overall wait time at 75 minutes past my appointment. The waiting room was full beyond capacity upon arriving, so much so that the overflow of patients were sitting outside. Also, the A/C wasn't working, so it was quite hot. The staff is pleasant, considering the blunder that currently is.. but they could arrange a more efficient appointment algorithm or orchestration to help reduce the over abundance of patients and frustrated vibes.
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Aug 3, 2019 mongolian prince
Horrible experience... went in for simple procedure and almost lost my toe. After this doctor operated on my toe it became gangrenous necrotic and I was prepping for an amputation. The biggest nightmare of my life. This doc couldn't even tell that my toe suffered necrotic compression after he removed the tight dressing he placed after surgery, which cut off all the circulation to my toe and cause a blister on another part of my foot as well as numbness by my big toe. I had to run to New York Presbyterian emergency room when he was unavailable since my toe was literally blue with necrosis. He was clueless. His follow up office is tight unkempt and unsanitary in many ways. When a doc place a tight dressing on your foot for almost 2 weeks without reassessment, red flag!!!!!and when he removes it and looks confused with not much to say Ref Flag!!!! I'm still trying to heal from this toe trauma. But please find a great doctor for your needs. Not this one
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Sep 9, 2021 Augustine Lockhart
Went to have bunions on my toes grind down. But instead had iron put in both of my toes.right now I'm walking with limp and very unbalanced when standing. Horrible. Seeking legal advice now
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Aug 25, 2022 Shim Perlman
Terrible place. They dont follow up. They don’t know who you are. Unprofessional!
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Costs with Blue Cross/Blue Shield (any - including Anthem, Empire, etc.)

New patient office visit
up to $378*
Providers charge for an "office visit" when discussing treatment for a specific health condition.

It does not include the cost of tests or procedures, and is based on:
  • medical complexity of the health issue (most visits are low complexity)
  • face-to-face time spent with the provider
  • time spent by the provider documenting the encounter
Minimal complexity
up to $137*
Low complexity
up to $200*
Moderate complexity
up to $305*
High complexity
up to $378*
X-ray of foot
up to $80*
2 X-ray views
up to $80*
3 X-ray views
up to $65*
X-ray of ankle
up to $98*
2 X-ray views
up to $56*
3 X-ray views
up to $98*
Destruction of lesion (abnormal skin)
up to $310*
Destruction of premalignant lesion (e.g. actinic keratosis); first lesion
up to $213*
Destruction of premalignant lesion (e.g. actinic keratosis); 2-14 lesions
up to $29*
Destruction (eg. electrosurgery, cryosurgery, surgical curettement) of benign lesions (e.g. wart)
up to $310*
Removal of abnormal (e.g. ingrown), diseased, or infected nails
up to $727*
Removal of 1 to 5 abnormal, diseased or infected nails
up to $92*
Removal of 6+ abnormal, diseased or infected nails
up to $130*
Removing nail plate using avulsion
up to $282*
Wedge excision of skin of nail fold
up to $492*
Permanent removal of nail
up to $727*
Trigger point injection (to treat muscle pain)
up to $212*
Injection for plantar fasciitis
up to $204*
Injection into single tendon
up to $205*
Injection into 1-2 muscles
up to $186*
Injection into 3+ muscles
up to $212*
Removal of corns or calluses
up to $183*
Trimming of one callus or corn
up to $134*
Trimming of 2-4 calluses or corns
up to $163*
Trimming of 5+ calluses or corns
up to $183*
Extremity ultrasound (i.e. foot)
up to $127*
Extremity ultrasound (1 unit)
up to $127*
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Price Breakdown

Typical treatment path for Foot Consultation
These are the most common services patients usually receive during their Foot Consultation appointment.
New patient office visit
up to $378*
Providers charge for an "office visit" when discussing treatment for a specific health condition.

It does not include the cost of tests or procedures, and is based on:
  • medical complexity of the health issue (most visits are low complexity)
  • face-to-face time spent with the provider
  • time spent by the provider documenting the encounter
Most common service(s)
Low complexity
up to $200*
Other service(s)
Minimal complexity
up to $137*
Moderate complexity
up to $305*
High complexity
up to $378*

Predicted total:
up to $200*
* depends on your specific insurance (copay, deductible, coverage, etc.)