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ABOUT DR. BISS


David Biss, DPM, is a board-certified podiatrist leading the team at Concord Podiatry in Concord and Plymouth, New Hampshire. Dr. Biss and his podiatry team offer a full range of podiatric services, including treatment for arthritis of the foot and ankle, diabetic foot care, plantar fasciitis, toenail fungus, and more.

Dr. Biss is a native of Chicago and grew up in the suburb of Hoffman Estates. He completed his undergraduate degree in chemistry from Northern Illinois University. He then attended the William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in downtown Chicago, where he received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. He furthered his training with a two-year podiatric surgical residency at Rush North Shore Medical Center in Skokie, Illinois – a suburb just north of Chicago.

In 2002, Dr. Biss moved to New Hampshire to focus on building his practice. At Concord Podiatry, Dr. Biss and the team focus on preventive and primary care treatment modalities rather than jumping to surgery. When surgery is necessary, Dr. Biss walks through the procedure with his patients and ensures they’re fully informed of recovery care after surgery.

When not attending to the needs of his patients, he enjoys reading and playing classical guitar, as well as outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, sailing, and windsurfing.

Are Your Shoes to Blame for Feet Problems?

Wearing the wrong shoes can be a pain — literally. Ill-fitting shoes can cause a host of foot and ankle problems that, if left untreated, may lead to chronic pain and affect your mobility.

Reasons Why You Should Always Wear Clean, Dry Socks

Socks are more than a fashion item; they’re important to your foot health. By understanding why socks matter, and making sure you’re always wearing a clean and dry pair, you’re setting yourself up for healthy feet.

How to Spot Diabetic Nerve Damage

Diabetes affects circulation and sensation, which puts you at risk of complications. Elevated blood sugar can silently damage your nerves even years before you’re diagnosed with diabetes. As a result, you must take special care of your feet.

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