Why Do My Feet Hurt?

  We frequently hear this question from our patients at the Podiatry Center of New Jersey. It can be perplexing if you haven’t suffered a foot or ankle injury or can pinpoint any other specific reason for new or worsening foot pain. Here are some potential sources of foot pain you may not have considered: […]

5 Tips for Managing an Arthritis Diagnosis

  If you’ve recently been diagnosed with arthritis, we at the Podiatry Center of New Jersey know you may have many concerns and questions about your condition and how it will affect your life. First, know that you’re not alone. The latest research shows that approximately 25% of the U.S. population has been diagnosed with […]

Protect Your Feet When Mowing the Lawn

It’s that time of year again! The grass is suddenly green, and at Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we know that means many of our patients will soon begin the annual spring and summer task of mowing the lawn. Most recent statistics show that 86,000 adults and 4,500 children suffer injuries annually in the U.S. […]

Dealing with a Neuroma

Do you often have the feeling that there’s a pebble in your shoe or that your sock is bunched up under your foot? Perhaps you experience burning, numbness or pain in the ball of your foot. If so, you may have a neuroma, a condition that we see regularly in patients here at Podiatry Center […]

Get Ready to Run

Spring has most definitely sprung and at Podiatry Center of New Jersey we know that means many of our patients will be ready to lace up their running shoes and get outside. Whether you’re starting up a familiar running regimen or trying out this activity to improve your physical fitness there are some steps you […]

Dealing with Corns and Calluses

At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we find that corns and calluses are a problem that many of our patients have. Below is some information about these common conditions and what to do about them. Your Foot’s Protectors Corns and calluses are similar but different. Both develop as your foot’s protective response to ongoing pressure […]