You’re probably familiar with this scenario: it’s a beautiful sunny day, and you’re out shopping and lunching with friends when you notice a spot on your foot feeling a little irritated. There’s no chance to change shoes; before you know it, a blister has formed, and it’s so painful you must cut your day […]
It’s a New Year and at Podiatry Center of New Jersey we know many of our patients have resolved to make getting fit a top priority. We wholeheartedly endorse your plans! Regular exercise can benefit your feet and the rest of your body in numerous ways. Be sure to check with your physician and the […]
There are certain outfits that some people think you shouldn’t wear with socks. Some just don’t like wearing them at all. However, socks can save your feet from various problems. Issues like sweating, clammy and damp feet, peeling, cracking, and calluses could all be headed your way if you let the bacteria and fungus grow […]
Swimmer’s toe occurs in the summer, and it happens when you have prolonged exposure to the swimming pool. When you swim for long periods, your feet may start to peel and crack at the bottom of your toes. The technical name for this skin condition is keratolysis exfoliativa, but most know it as swimmer’s toe. […]
Blistering on the feet is a painful and annoying occurrence that is usually caused by pressure from rubbing on the insides of your shoes. Having a computerized gait analysis and getting properly fitted for shoes and orthotics is a great first step in preventing blisters and many other foot and ankle conditions, so see your […]
Shoes that are too tight or too loose can cause pressure and rubbing that contribute to blister formation.
Even a small blister can cause considerable pain and discomfort, especially when one forms on your feet and the inside of your shoes rubs against it.