DR. JUSTIN WERNICK
OUR ON-STAFF MEDICAL DIRECTOR
CAN HELP YOU SOLVE YOUR FOOT RELATED CONDITIONS
Justin Wernick, D.P.M., C. Ped., is the Medical Director of Eneslow, The Foot Comfort Center and the Eneslow Pedorthic Institute (EPI).
He is a recognized leader in both the podiatric and medical community.
A podiatric physician since 1960, Dr. Wernick has been the recipient of
many prestigious awards, including Podiatrist of the Year.
As Eneslow’s Medical Director, Dr. Wernick plays a pivotal role in
training Eneslow’s staff and consults with clients to help them achieve
their biomechanical and footcare goals.
Dr. Wernick is available to see
clients by appointment on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to develop a
treatment plan to relieve foot related problems Please call 212-477-2300 to schedule an appointment for a consultation.
Dr. Wernick’s Consultation includes:
- Pedorthic assessment: shoe fit, style and shape in relation to your feet Biomechanical evaluation: foot balance, alignment, gait, pressure, range of motion
He will recommend the proper footwear and related devices as solutions
to match your personal foot, gait, balance and alignment concerns
Dr. Wernick works in coordination with prescribing physicians, and will
recommend appropriate healthcare professionals, when indicated.
Patients will receive a one-time 20% discount off purchase of footwear or modifications, up to $95 savings*
His duties as Director of Eneslow Pedorthic Institute (EPI)
include educating healthcare professionals and the public about the
role of proper footwear as an integral part of footcare and as an aid
in promoting overall health and well-being. Dr. Wernick oversees a
multi-disciplinary faculty at EPI, consisting of pedorthists,
podiatrists, orthopedic surgeons, physical therapists,
endocrinologists, shoe designers, diabetes educators and others. He
conducts and oversees lectures, hands-on workshops, clinical practice
sessions, and footcare forums. EPI courses have been accredited
by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics &
Pedorthics (ABCOP.ORG), the NY, NJ, and PA Podiatric Associations, and various other credentialing organizations associated with footcare management.
In addition to his work at Eneslow and EPI, Dr. Wernick is a professor in the orthopedic department at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Wernick also writes extensively on foot health matters. “Lower Extremity Function and Normal Mechanics” and
“Understanding Biomechanics” are two of his numerous publications. His
diverse and innovative approaches to foot care management have gained
noted media attention.