Winter Foot Woes

With every season comes unique foot scenarios that require special attention. At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we want to give our patients a heads up about some podiatric issues we hear about more often during the winter months. Keeping Feet Warm—although most people don’t think of cold feet as a medical condition, it can […]

FAQ’s about Warts

One of the more common foot problems we at Podiatry Center of New Jersey see in our patients are warts. There’s much that our patients don’t know about warts, however. Below are some frequently asked questions about this foot condition. Q: What causes warts? A: Warts form when your skin has come in direct contact […]

9 Ways to Prevent Diabetic Foot Problems

It’s American Diabetes Month, and at the Podiatry Center of New Jersey, it’s a great opportunity for us to share some information about this disease which affects more than 37 million adults and children in the US, and how crucial diabetic foot care is. Diabetes is associated with poor circulation and neuropathy, which can cause numerous podiatric […]

All About Bunions

At the Podiatry Center of New Jersey, one of the conditions we see patients for frequently is a bunion. A bunion is a deformity that occurs in the toe joint when the bones or joints of the toe move out of alignment. Bunions form most commonly on the big toe joint but they can also […]

Ouch! Why Does My Heel Hurt?

This is one of the most common questions we get asked at Podiatry Center of New Jersey. Tracking down the source of heel pain can be a complex process. Sometimes the pain may be due to something as simple as wearing shoes that lack arch support. It can also be the result of an injury. […]

3 “Frightful” Foot Problems

Along with ghosts and goblins prevalent at this time of year, we at the Podiatric Center of New Jersey know that medical jargon can also be scary to patients. Below are 3 foot conditions that might give you a start when you hear their names but are all quite treatable without posing a major medical […]

Do’s and Don’ts for Dealing with Raynaud’s

October is Raynaud’s Awareness Month, and at the Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we want to share information with our patients on this often-misunderstood condition. It’s estimated that 15-30 million Americans suffer from Raynaud’s. Below are some do’s and don’ts for helping with Raynaud’s. Don’t: write off frequently having freezing feet and toes as just […]

Podiatrists: How They Can Help

In October we celebrate International Podiatry Day and here at Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we want to let all of our patients know the many ways your podiatrist can assist you in the care of your feet and your overall health. Treating Foot and Ankle Pain—this is obviously the facet of podiatric care people […]