At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we usually give the more common term for this condition—very dry skin—when presenting it to our patients so as not to alarm them with this scary sounding diagnosis. Although most people suffer with dry skin to some extent during the colder winter months, for some it becomes a more […]
The holidays are here and at Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we’re wondering what present you’re planning to give your feet. After all, these amazing structures have helped you get through all the holiday craziness, and they deserve to be on your gift list. Below are some suggestions: A Gym Membership—You may think this means […]
Neuropathy is another term for nerve damage. The primary cause of neuropathy in your feet is diabetes. At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we want our patients to be aware of the threat that neuropathy can pose to the health of your feet and your entire body. Poor circulation is another condition associated with diabetes. […]
At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we believe good podiatric health is a priority year-round and each season brings its own unique challenges. With the temperatures dropping it’s time to focus on winter foot health issues. 5 Ways to Take Good Care of Your Feet This Season Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize! When the heat goes on […]
A plantar fibroma is a condition caused by a thickening of the fibrous tissue on the bottom of your foot. This tissue is called the plantar fascia. As the fibroma grows, nodules may appear on the fibrous filaments that combine to make your arch, causing your toes to bend and stiffen.