At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we want to recognize National Athletic Training Month and the important role these health care providers play in youth sports. An athletic trainer (AT for short) can be a partner in helping your child recover from a podiatric injury. Below are five key functions of an AT: Assess injuries—from […]
Don’t Get Ambushed by Peripheral Arterial Disease
At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, there’s a condition that we want to inform our patients about that can be a silent but serious threat: Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). This condition occurs when the arteries in your legs get clogged with plaque and fatty deposits which cause them to narrow, reducing the blood flow to […]
Are Your Feet Ready for Sandal Season?
With the current chilly March temperatures, we at Podiatry Center of New Jersey know that slipping on a pair of sandals is far from the mind of our patients. Warmer weather will be here in no time, however. If you’re hiding an unsightly foot condition under your heavy socks and shoes, now is the time […]
Podiatric Pack List for a Tropical Getaway
The recent winter, weather and gray days has many of our patients thinking about a trip to someplace warm and sunny. If you’re one of them we at Podiatry Center of New Jersey would like to make a few suggestions of items you should pack to make sure feet are well cared for while you’re […]