Avoiding Diabetes Complications

For patients with diabetes, we at Podiatry Center of New Jersey know that one of the primary concerns is avoiding complications. The feet, being the part of the body farthest from the heart, have the hardest time healing, especially when poor circulation is present as is often the case in patients with diabetes. Peripheral neuropathy […]

Why Do My Feet Feel Numb?

This is a question we get fairly often from our patients at Podiatry Center of New Jersey. Unfortunately, there isn’t one straightforward answer. Not being able to fully feel your feet definitely poses a risk to your podiatric health. Being unable to perceive sensations accurately may result in a cut or puncture wound that doesn’t […]

Foot Gifts for Everyone on Your List

‘Tis the season for finding the perfect gifts for everyone significant in your life. At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we have some suggestions if you’re stumped for some of those harder-to-buy for people. Great Aunt—if you have an elderly relative who suffers from arthritis or another foot problem that comes with painful inflammation, consider […]

5 Ways to Prevent Gout Attacks

At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we know our patients who have experienced an attack of gout in the past are not likely to forget what it feels like. Excruciating pain, usually in the big toe, with redness, swelling, and heat surrounding the joint can make it difficult to even stand. Gout tends to rear […]

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 […]