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    OUR feet do a lot for us, whether we’re running for the bus, taking the stairs or waiting in line at the post office. But we don’t always treat them with the love and care they deserve - and that’s especially the case when it comes to wearing heels. 1High heels can leave you in pain, but there's lots you can do to prevent that from happeningCredit: Getty - Contributor They might look great, and are an absolute staple come party season, but donning super high heels can wreak havoc on our feet and ankles. From blisters and sprains, pain and even weakened ankles, wearing heels that lack support can put your foot health at risk.  So how do you go about protecting your feet when wearing heels? NEXT have partnered with Emma McConnachie, a podiatrist at The Royal College of Podiatry, to reveal her top tips for looking after your feet, and preventing pain from stilettos…  Read more on feetSOLE FOCUS I walk around BAREFOOT every day… it’s going to make me a millionaireFEET FIRST I’m a podiatrist -...
    IT HAS been a while since our feet were fully exposed.  They’ve been cooped up in socks and shoes, leaving many of us with feet that are far from attractive: dry skin, painful soles, unkempt toenails; it’s not a pretty sight. 1Are your feet beach ready?Credit: Getty So yes, it's time to prep your feet for sandal season. Although a good soak, pumice, and moisturise will do your feet the world of good, interestingly the foods you eat can also play a big role in the state of your tootsies. Expert Podiatrist Dina Gohil, who is working with Footner Exfoliating Socks, says: “Your feet, just like any other part of your body, contain bones, muscles, ligaments and blood vessels, so it’s important we take care of them.” She adds that an overall vitamin deficiency can actually be one of the many common causes of cracked heels, known as fissures, which can be painless and superficial or deep and very painful.  Read more on dietSUMMER BODY I'm a nutritionist - here’s what we really think about holiday crash dietingTAKE A WEIGHT...
    HEALTH issues can be spotted by your nail artist, including a dangerous one that needs treatment fast. The feet and nails can be affected by a number of conditions, but it may go unnoticed until an expert is up close and personal. 1Your feet can reveal clues about your healthCredit: Getty Nail artist Vanessa Sanchez McCullough told Huffington Post: “A well-educated pedicurist can spot potential health issues, because both fingernails and toenails can be windows to a person’s health.” Podiatrist and surgeon Dr Brad Schaeffer said sometimes, concerns about a foot problem can lead to a serious diagnosis. He said: “We look at the skin, pulses and nerves to determine any underlying conditions. “Diabetes is probably the most common diagnosis that we can assess during a foot exam.  Read more on diabetesSPOT THE SIGNS Warning to parents as 'perfect storm' sees 50% rise in kids with conditionSTEALTH KILLER One million have type 2 diabetes - take our quiz to predict YOUR risk “Other times, melanoma can be found in the feet.” Having diabetes means that you’re more at risk of...
    A Tustin podiatrist found guilty in February of billing insurance companies for medical services that were never actually done was sentenced to almost a year in jail, officials said Monday, May 23. Renae Louise Witt, 42, was sentenced to 364 days in jail followed by two years of probation, Orange County District Attorney’s officials said in a news release. The podiatrist was also ordered to pay restitution to two insurance companies she billed for care she didn’t actually perform. Witt worked at Tustin Place Medical Group and submitted claims totaling $174,395 for services she claimed to have completed for six different patients between Aug. 28, 2015 and April 3, 2017, OCDA officials said. The insurance companies wound up paying out just over $75,861. When Anthem Blue Cross began an investigation into the suspicious billing, she fabricated medical records. “This doctor violated that position of trust and used her unsuspecting patients as a revenue stream by bilking insurance companies out of tens of thousands of dollars for work she never performed,” Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer wrote in a statement...
    THERE'S nothing like the arrival of some long-awaited sunshine to lift the spirits. However, long, balmy days and the renewed lust for life that comes with them, can lead to all sorts of poor decision-making that affects our health, comfort and wellbeing. 6Don't let your summer go pear shaped - we have 7 top tips to avoid summer's biggest health hazards To help keep your summer on track, we asked the experts to shed light on the season’s biggest health hazards and how to avoid them… GETTING A BASE TAN 6A worrying 23% of Brits don’t use sunscreen at allCredit: Getty We know the dangers of sun damage, but it doesn’t stop many getting burned at the first sight of sun. In fact, a worrying 23% of Brits don’t use sunscreen at all.*  “Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, so sun protection is vital, and is also one of the most effective ways of keeping your skin looking young,” says Professor Brian Diffey of the British Association of Dermatologists, who advises using a sunscreen...
    A Californian widower has been found guilty of hiring hitmen to murder his wife's podiatrist after she suffered ingrowing toenails and had her foot amputated, dying four years later. Robert Elmo Lee, 83, from Lodi, blamed Dr Thomas Shock, 67, for his wife Bonnie's death. Shock was gunned down outside his home on August 1, 2018.  He went on trial in February - three years after the killing. On Thursday, he was found guilty of planning Shock's murder. He will be sentenced on May 16. Robert Elmo Lee (left) was convicted on Thursday of arranging the killing of Dr Thomas Shock (right), his wife's podiatrist Lee (third from left) is seen with the three men he hired to kill his wife's podiatrist in August 2018 in Lodi, California Bonnie Lee had begun seeing the podiatrist in 2011 for treatment. A year later, she had her foot partially amputated. In 2014, Shock was accused of gross negligence in her care, and the Medical Board of California found 'repeated negligent acts' by the doctor led her surgery. In 2016, she died at age...
    Emily in Paris star Lily Collins was left in such pain from walking on the cobbled streets of Paris in high heels that she needed weekly sessions with a podiatrist.  The actress, who plays ambitious American marketing executive Emily Cooper in the popular Netflix series, had insoles fitted to every pair of shoes in an effort to reduce the discomfort, but still had to seek professional help. ‘Now I just want to go to streets where you can wear flats. Because wearing heels – you would not believe how painful that can be in Paris!’ said the 33-year-old daughter of singer Phil Collins.  ‘I went to a podiatrist every week to fix my feet because I was wearing heels all the time. And I had to have insoles made for every pair of shoes. I am not kidding. I felt pretty ancient,’ she said in an interview with US chat-show host Jimmy Fallon.  Emily in Paris star Lily Collins was left in such pain from walking on the cobbled streets of Paris in high heels that she needed weekly sessions...
    A Lodi man was convicted of arranging the murder of a podiatrist whom he allegedly blamed for his wife’s death. Thomas Shock, left; Robert Elmo Lee (San Joaquin County sheriff’s office)  Robert Elmo Lee, 83, was found guilty Thursday of the first-degree murder of Dr. Thomas Shock, the San Joaquin County district attorney’s office said. He will be sentenced on May 16. Shock, 67, was gunned down in the doorway of his Lodi home on the evening of Aug. 1, 2018. Next to his body was found a single sheet of a document from the California Medical Board concerning treatment of a patient identified as “B.L.” It described the case of Robert Lee’s wife, Bonnie Lee, who had been treated by Shock for an ingrown toenail in 2014. She ended up losing part of that foot and then died from an infection in 2016. A longtime friend of Robert Lee’s told police that Lee blamed Shock for his wife’s death. Investigators obtained the IP addresses of people who had recently downloaded the “B.L.” document, and after obtaining a search warrant...
    TYING our shoelaces is part of our every day routine. But have you ever stopped to think whether you're using the right technique for your foot type? 6If you have wide feet, this style of lacing will loosen the shoe and give the foot more space therefore making a more comfortable fitCredit: Osgo Healthcare 6This technique will tighten your shoe much more than any of the other techniques and is great for those with a narrow footCredit: Osgo Healthcare Speaking exclusively to Fabulous Digital, Tony Gavin, podiatrist and CEO at Osgo Healthcare www.Osgo.co.Uk has revealed six different methods - so which one should you be using? FLAT FEET Tony notes that when lacing the shoe for a flat foot (a foot with a very low or no arch of the foot) it's important to look to prevent any symptoms such as aching in the arch of the foot. "Alongside a supportive and well fitting shoe, try this lacing technique," advises the expert. He goes on to explain how you should start lacing from the lowest eyelets using the criss-cross technique....
    (CBS Detroit) — A podiatrist from Lansing pleaded guilty after he is accused of giving opioids to multiple women in exchange for cash, sexual favors and/or illicit drugs. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Dr. Maninder Deswal, 44, pleaded guilty Tuesday to a two-count Information charging unlawfully distribution of controlled substances for his involvement in the sex-for-drugs diversion scheme. READ MORE: Detroit Police Seek Suspect In Fatal Shooting Of 16-Year-Old BoyFederal officials say from December 2018 to September 2020, he prescribed oxycodone-acetaminophen (Percocet) and hydrocodone-acetaminophen (Norco) to multiple women. READ MORE: Parking Dispute Over Tire Chalking In Saginaw Could Cover ThousandsOfficials say the women were not patients. A sentencing hearing is scheduled for May 24. MORE NEWS: Detroit Police Seek Tips In Non-Fatal Gas Station Stabbing© 2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Related
    A podiatrist has revealed how changes in your toenails can signal underlying health problems.   Dina Gohil, a podiatrist and MD at UK-based firm DG Podiatrist, has revealed common symptoms, and the biggest potential health issues to look out for.  Among the explanations include pale nails suggesting poor circulation, anaemia or malnutrition, and white spots being associated with zinc deficiency or fungal infection.  Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, has offered a comprehensive guide to show what your toenail problems may be revealing about your wellbeing...  Dina Gohil, Podiatrist & MD at DG Podiatrist and Ambassador for CCS Foot Care, who is from the UK, has revealed common symptoms, and the biggest potential health issues to look out for. Pictured, stock image PALE NAILS  Can signal: Poor circulation, anaemia or malnutrition According to Dina, pale nails (pictured) can sometimes be a sign of poor circulation, anaemia or malnutrition Dina, who is an ambassador for CCS Foot Care, explains that in the first instance, pale nails are a common sign of ageing - adding if you are over 60 they are unlikely to be...
    STOCKTON (CBS13) – A man was found guilty of first-degree murder for the shooting death of a beloved Lodi podiatrist back in 2018, the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office announced on Sunday. Christopher Costello, 29, is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 18. READ MORE: Dixie Fire Grows To 190,625 Acres; 21% Contained San Joaquin County District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar said Costello was found guilty for his role in the murder of Dr. Thomas Shock, who was retired, in his home on August 1, 2018. Numerous others await sentencing or trial in connection to Shock’s killing, Salazar said. Raymond Jacquett IV, 29, was sentenced to 15 years in prison in December 2019. Robert Elmo Lee, 82, and Mallory Stewart Jr., 31, are awaiting trial set for February 2022. READ MORE: Bicyclist Dies After Being Hit By Alleged DUI Driver On American River Parkway In Sacramento Last Month Jacquett was found guilty of being the getaway driver. “Thank you to Deputy District Attorney Ted McGarvey and our partners in law enforcement for their dedication to seeking justice for the Shock...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I arrived a few minutes early for an 11:15 a.m. appointment with my podiatrist. The assistant took me to the exam room on time, asked the pre-exam questions and departed, saying, “The doctor will be in soon.” Again and again, I was told that it would be “soon.” At 11:45, I put my footgear back on and asked if I would be out by noon. Knowing, from years of previous visits, that my routine procedure takes about 10 minutes, I had accepted another appointment in the same building for 12:15. The answer was no, due to some unexpected delay. I apologized and rescheduled. On the day of my rescheduled appointment, the assistant pointedly asked if I had another appointment that day. I said no. Once again, I was kept waiting 30 minutes after my appointment time. I did not complain, but there was not a word of apology from the podiatrist for that day, or the previous one. Related Articles Miss Manners: I only meant to help a stranger, and he got snippy ...
    FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – It’s the kind of video we see time and time again: suspects committing crimes in masks or disguises. But one thing they can’t hide: the way they walk. That’s where forensic podiatry comes into play. The practice involves analyzing and comparing things like footwear and gait, which is how a person walks. Dr. Michael Nirenberg runs a foot clinic in Indiana. When he’s not with patients, he’s an expert witness in criminal cases across the country. “When I look at a piece of footwear I’ll do what I call a shoe autopsy: looking at the bottom of it, the wear pattern, the insole impression,” he said. “We can show that you wore the shoe and you were the only one who wore the shoe.” Dr. Michael Nirenberg (CBS 11) He’s helped convict and exonerate people using gait analysis, but he’s careful to point out that such findings should not be the only evidence used against someone. He says more than one person can walk the same way, so it is just one piece of the puzzle....
    They may not be our most attractive feature but our feet can give us vital clues about the state of our overall health, an expert has revealed.  Dina Gohil, founder of DG Podiatrist, in London, explained people should pay attention to the state of their feet because the skin, texture and temperature can indicate wider health issues that need to be tackled.  Speaking to FEMAIL, Dina outlined six common foot health issues, including bunions, hard skin and fungal nails, and their related conditions.  Swelling of the foot and ankle, for example, can be a warning sign of kidney or liver disease, while cracked heels can be a sign that your body is lacking vital vitamins.  Here, Dina, who is an ambassador for CCS Footcare, reveals what you need to know - and how you can go about treating the conditions at home...   SWELLING  Potential sign of: Oedema, blood clots, diabetes, or heart, liver or kidney disease  Dina Gohil, founder of DG Podiatrist, in London, explained people should pay attention to the state of their feet because the skin, texture and...
    Prince Harry may be suffering from bunions as a result of his high impact training and action in the Army, a podiatrist has claimed. Last night the Duke of Sussex's bare feet sparked calls for the royal to 'buy some shoes and put them away' after he bared his soles in a photo announcing baby number two with wife Meghan Markle, taken in the US.  Chiropodist Dina Gohil, who runs the practice DG Podiatrist and is an ambassador for CCS Footcare, told FEMAIL that while he boasts a 'good arch profile', there are signs he could have a mild bunion deformity. 'Harry's toes may look slightly peculiar in shape in the photo, but this is down to the angle the foot is in on the ground,' Dina explained. Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, announced they are expecting their second child with a black-and-white photograph. But for many fans the sight of the prince's bare feet proved too much Chiropodist Dina Gohil, who runs the practice DG Podiatrist and is an ambassador for CCS Footcare, told FEMAIL that while...
    Texas governor vows to fight U.S. curbs on oil and gas activity McCarthy and Trump discuss Republicans plans to take back House majority at Florida meeting Thursday How to Know When It’s Time to Replace Old Shoes, According to a Podiatrist © Adobe Click here to read the full article. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. We tend to put our feet through a lot, often in the name of fashion or as a byproduct of bad habits. It’s important to remember, however, that keeping feet healthy is key to maintaining your overall health and comfort. We’ve learned from experts that slippers or indoor shoes should always be worn at home, as walking barefoot or simply wearing socks can lead to foot conditions like plantar fasciitis and sprains. For those who love high heels, it almost goes without saying that these lofty styles are some of the main culprits of achy soles and poor posture. And, as it turns out, those pairs you’ve...
    GARDEN CITY, Long Island (WABC) -- As more New Yorkers qualify for the coronavirus vaccine, there is a growing urgent need for more staff to vaccinate all those lining up for shots.In Nassau County, doctors and nurses are answering the call for help by volunteering their time.It would appear as though Dr. Harvey Katz -- the vaccinator -- has been doing this his whole life, putting patients like 98-year-old Morton Singer more at ease with humor as he gives Singer and others the lifesaving COVID vaccine.However, what his patients may not realize is Dr. Katz is actually a podiatrist who works in Manhattan."I would've taken my shoe off, if I knew that," vaccine recipient Ron Hirsch said. "But he did a phenomenal job. It was a painless injection."Katz is one of eight volunteers at the Nassau Community College vaccination pod Wednesday as part of the county's Medical Reserve Corps. They are medical professionals either past or present who have stepped up now to help in this endeavor for free.Dr. Katz first volunteered after Superstorm Sandy, and realized it feels good...
    NHC says hurricane warning issued for Florida Keys, Florida Bay McDonalds May Make This Major Menu Announcement ‘I’m a Podiatrist, and These Are the *Only* 5 Brands of Shoes I Recommend for Happy Feet’ You know exactly what happens when you don't choose the right pair of shoes. You're left with blisters and pain. In some cases, the wrong pair of shoes can even lead to injury. According to podiatrists, there's no need to give up style for comfort. The best shoe brands offer your feet at least a little bit of both. Whether you're looking for a pair of sneakers, sandals, or boots, these podiatrist-approved shoe brands have a wide variety of styles to make your feet happy. © Photo: Stocksy/Ivan Gener best shoe brands for feet The best shoe brands for foot health1. Allbirds © Provided by Well+Good best shoe brands You can't go wrong with Allbirds. "I wear these shoes with casual outfits for a day out with friends or around town. They have a decent amount of arch support for people to wear comfortably for...
    The coronavirus crisis is beginning to impact people’s feet, according to a D.C.-area podiatrist with advice for what might help. “We’re actually seeing a huge array of foot issues that have come from people who are now homebound because of the pandemic,” said Dr. Howard Osterman of Foot and Ankle Specialists of the Mid-Atlantic. Osterman is the team podiatrist for the Washington Wizards and Washington Mystics and consults with Georgetown University sports teams. “We’re seeing a lot of heel pain; we’re seeing a lot of arch pain,” he said of patients visiting his Silver Spring, Maryland, and D.C offices. Numbers of potential contributing factors include weight gain, people having more time to be active and people spending more barefoot time than usual on their feet. “Do not go barefoot or in slippers (or flip flops) for the entirety of the day,” he said, recommending everyone wear shoes daily for three to four hours. “There’s also exercises you can do.” An exercise to support good foot health that Osterman recommends is to use your toes to grip and release a towel...
    Theyre amateurs: Feds say plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was dangerous, poorly planned Grocery stores prepare for a 2nd wave of pandemic panic shopping A Podiatrist Says You Should Never Break In Your Boots By Wearing Them—Here’s What To Do Instead The only time I have ever fainted was at a club on New Year's Eve. I know what you're thinking—but I wasn't drunk. I'd only had one glass of champagne because the club was crowded, getting to the bar was impossible, and I had been on my feet for over an hour in brand-new heeled boots that I hadn't broken in. I was in so much pain that I swooned like a woman in a Dickens novel faced with slight emotional discomfort. Aside from fainting in a club on NYE—which is admittedly a dramatic, unlikely-to-happen example—other ailments that can occur if you wear boots that aren't broken in. These include minor issues like blisters and ingrown toenails, as well as more serious concerns such as pinched nerves, bunions, and hammertoes," says Jacqueline Sutera, DPM, and Vionic...
    CDC denounces ‘unethical and illegal’ mandatory coronavirus testing in schools The #1 Myth About You Catching Coronavirus from Food Slippers Are Terrible for Your Feet—These Are the *Only* Kind That Are Podiatrist-Approved Slippers aren't great for your feet. But since they've become part of the unofficial work-from-home uniform, I asked the experts what to look for in a pair of slippers that'll provide comfort and stability in equal measure. The answer is clear: "Good arch support is a must for any high-quality shoe, and slippers are no exception," says Velimir Petkov, DPM, a podiatrist at Premier Podiatry in Clifton, New Jersey. "Good arch support cradles the arch and can prevent tendinitis and heel pain, which are some of the most common symptoms of collapsing arches," says Dr. Petkov. "Good slippers should have soft, insulating, and comforting uppers so that a person can comfortably slip into them without worrying about the width or height of their foot." © Photo: Stocksy/Boris Jovanovic slippers for arch support Jacqueline Sutera, DPM, a podiatrist and Vionic Innovation Lab member, also recommends going for something...
    They're the first things out of bed in the morning and the last to stop moving at night, but the vast majority of people are not taking care of their feet, an Australian podiatrist has warned. And Kate McArthur says neglecting them can have serious implications for your overall health, from problems with posture to nasty fungal infections and chronic pain in the hips, knees and back. The director of City Feet Clinic in Sydney's CBD told Daily Mail Australia that despite being one of the most complex parts of the body - comprising 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 ligaments, muscles and tendons - feet are constantly overlooked. Ms McArthur says almost every foot complaint is caused by pressure from wearing the wrong shoes, with the worst offenders being flat ballet pumps, point-toe high heels and somewhat surprisingly - thongs. These should be avoided at all costs, she warns, because they force feet to grip onto the spongy insole, causing them to tense which cracks skin across the soles and heels, collapses arches and strains muscles in the...
    Black churches mobilizing voters despite virus challenges This Grocery Store Chain is Bouncing Back After Declaring Bankruptcy The Best Rain Boots for Keeping Your Feet Dry and Comfortable, According to a Podiatrist Rain boots have traditionally had one job to do: Keep your feet dry. But according to Miguel Cunha, DPM, a board-certified podiatric surgeon and founder of Gotham Footcare, that's only one of the things you should be looking for when shopping for a new pair. While your favorite pair of wellies might be A-plus for keeping your feet dry, like flip flops and high heels, these waterproof boots aren't great for the well-being of your feet. "Rain boots can be hard on your feet because the majority of them do not offer the proper shock absorption, arch support, and cushioning," says Dr. Cunha. Because of this, he suggests putting any pair you're thinking about buying through a "bend test," and making sure the boot doesn't easily flex at the arch. "[A solid arch] will provide more shock absorption, and in turn will result in less foot pain," says...
    Avoid these 11 common mistakes when buying a home Bugout Time: Camping With the Roofnest Sparrow and the Kia Telluride The Seriously Cute Fall Boots That Are So Comfortable, Even a Podiatrist Would Recommend Them I know what you're thinking—the words "podiatrist-approved" and "cute" are oxymorons, but hear me out. First of all, you know what's not cute? Limping around a decade from now due to the bad shoe choices of your relative youth. Meanwhile, what is cute is investing in a good pair of fall boots you can actually, you know, wear—not just for a couple of hours or a couple of months, but for many seasons to come. (Sustainability for the win!) So while I'm not necessarily going to ask a podiatrist to go shopping with me, I am going to turn to such experts for advice on how to keep my feet safe and my footwear functional. Of utmost importance is heel height, says Yolanda Ragland, DPM, a New York City-based podiatrist, foot surgeon, and founder of FixYourFeet.com. "Wearing a completely flat boot is not...
    Breonna Taylor case: These are the key players at the center of her death investigation McDonald’s All-Day Breakfast Might Not Ever Come Back To Menus Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Daniel Zuchnik / Contributor / Getty Images 1. Lace-Up Oxfords Rating: 4.5/5 Let’s start this list off with Dr. Haller’s number one recommendation for fall shoes: lace-up oxfords. “Oxfords are great for foot alignment, because they have a small flat heel that supports the Achilles tendon, as well as (typically) a round toe box,” she says. “The lace-up style also allows you to control the pressure as your foot swells throughout the day, so you can always re-lace and loosen up as needed.” Plus, there’s the added bonus that Oxfords are often made with soft, flexible suede, which Dr. Haller loves for those with prominent bones like bunions or misalignment. Get the look: Softwalk ($110; $64); Trotters ($110); Cole Haan ($170); Pas de...
    A Long Island podiatrist has been charged with forcibly touching one of his patients. The incident occurred on Tuesday, March 10 at 11:15 a.m. in the village of Muttontown in the town of Oyster, Nassau County Police said. According to detectives, Mark Gresser, 62, of Mount Sinai, while acting in his capacity as a podiatrist, forcibly touched a 42-year-old female patient.  The incident occurred at the NY College of Health Professionals located at 6801 West Jericho Turnpike, police said. After an investigation, Gresser was arrested without incident on Tuesday, June 23 at 7:15 a.m. Gresser has been charged with two counts of forcible touching. He was scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday in Mineola. Detectives request anyone who may have been a victim of a similar incident contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS or call 911. All callers will remain anonymous.
    A Long Island podiatrist has been charged with forcibly touching one of his patients. The incident occurred on Tuesday, March 10 at 11:15 a.m. in the village of Muttontown in the town of Oyster, Nassau County Police said. According to detectives, Mark Gresser, 62, of Mount Sinai, while acting in his capacity as a podiatrist, forcibly touched a 42-year-old female patient.  The incident occurred at the NY College of Health Professionals located at 6801 West Jericho Turnpike, police said. After an investigation, Gresser was arrested without incident on Tuesday, June 23 at 7:15 a.m. Gresser has been charged with two counts of forcible touching. He was scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday in Mineola. Detectives request anyone who may have been a victim of a similar incident contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS or call 911. All callers will remain anonymous.
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