Myths about Foot Infections

At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, foot infections such as athlete’s foot, toenail fungus, and warts are among the more common problems we see in our patients. Someone who is diagnosed with a fungal foot infection is frequently surprised to discover that this is the source of the discomfort they are experiencing or the unsightly […]

Get Feet Ready for Fall!

You may not know this, but when fall is in the air, your feet can take quite a beating. As a result, you and your toes need to be prepared.  As the weather gets colder, your toes can suffer from the drop. Thankfully, you can give your feet the proper care by following these tips. […]

Let Your Socks Save Your Feet

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 […]

3 Tips for Preventing Toenail Fungus

Symptoms of a fungal toenail infection include altered toenail shape, with the nail becoming thickened and brittle. The color will turn yellow or gray and perhaps the worst symptom is the unpleasant odor caused by the fungi as they feed on your skin and sweat. Fortunately, with some simple tips, you can avoid microbial infections […]