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 […]
At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we know our state features miles of beautiful beaches. We want to help our patients enjoy their beach days, so we’re offering these tips for protecting your feet in the sand and sun. Don’t walk barefoot on the sand—beach sand can get hot enough to give you second or […]
Spring is a time for new beginnings and at Podiatry Center of New Jersey we think it’s the perfect opportunity to make a fresh start on foot health care as we celebrate National Foot Health Awareness Month. Your feet are amazing structures! Comprised of nearly a quarter of all the bones in your body, 60 […]
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 […]
Your feet play such a big part in how you can function. However, throughout your life, you will see that they need help in keeping you upright and mobile. That is where you gain the benefits of a podiatrist. Instead of letting problems get worse, you will be able to have feet that look and […]
Your feet and ankles are an amazing display of natural engineering with everything working together like a well-oiled machine—until something malfunctions and you experience foot and ankle pain and discomfort. Fortunately, you can mitigate and even prevent problems with your feet and ankles by making regular visits with your foot doctor to catch and correct […]
Seeing your foot doctor at least once a year is a great way to catch foot and ankle problems before they worsen. Keep reminding yourself of just how fantastic your feet really are and try to take better care of them!
The heel pain caused by plantar fasciitis may occur intermittently in the early stages of the condition and this can make it difficult to diagnose.
Stress or hairline fractures frequently affect athletes and runners and dancers due to all the repetitive pressure encountered. They can also occur when a less active person suddenly decides to begin an exercise program too rapidly.
While experiencing pain on the top of your foot is not as common as other foot complaints, it can nonetheless be an extremely painful and debilitating experience.