Proper support for your feet can make a lasting difference. In particular, orthotics can help prevent severe conditions. Our podiatrists can help to fit you for a custom orthotic with state-of-the-art technology. Come and visit Podiatry Center of NJ at one of our 16 convenient locations, and experience what orthotics can do for you.
Are You at Risk for Bunions?
A condition that we see patients for frequently at Podiatry Center of New Jersey is bunions. A bunion is a deformity of the toe joint that occurs when the bone moves out of proper alignment and the toe begins to drift toward the adjacent toe producing the telltale bump or bony enlargement at the side […]
Why Shoe Fit Matters
At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we have an important question for our patients: Are you wearing the right size shoe? Believe it or not, as many as 80-90% of people are not! Improperly fitting shoes are one of the primary causes of foot problems. Many common conditions such as flat feet, bunions, ingrown toenails […]
Custom Orthotics Make You Feel Like You Are Walking on Air
You may experience pain, rubbing, or even feel like your feet are on fire when you walk. If this is the case, using custom orthotics will change the way you walk, the way you feel, and help with your pain. Don’t reach for market brands that don’t know your feet. Instead, trust that a podiatrist […]
Arthritis Causes Severe Foot & Ankle Pain
Arthritis often affects joints throughout the body and severe symptoms often occur in the extremities first, with the feet and ankles commonly affected. Stiff and swollen joints can cause problems with mobility and can even make wearing shoes painful. Custom orthotics paired with properly supportive and fitted footwear can treat and prevent arthritic problems so […]
3 Tips for Preventing Ingrown Toenails
Once an ingrown toenail gets started it can be extremely painful and debilitating as the nail digs into the soft skin on your toes. Fortunately, with some easy steps, you can prevent ingrown toenails from starting in the first place.
How To Treat a Painful Foot Neuroma
In the case of a foot neuroma, this condition affects nerves that supply your toes, so you will often feel tingling and numbness in your toes and the ball of the foot.