At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we want to recognize National Athletic Training Month and the important role these health care providers play in youth sports. An athletic trainer (AT for short) can be a partner in helping your child recover from a podiatric injury. Below are five key functions of an AT: Assess injuries—from […]
With only about a month to go before school and fall sports start up again, we at Podiatry Center of New Jersey want to encourage parents to help their children make a smooth transition by increasing physical activity now. Many foot, ankle, and other injuries occur due to a lack of proper physical conditioning. Below […]
A variety of issues can cause pain on top of your feet. Fluid retention and swelling can make it difficult to wear shoes without discomfort while a variety of injuries and diseases like diabetes can also contribute to problems on the tops of your feet.
Your arteries can be affected by plaque and fat deposits that cause them to narrow, thereby reducing blood flow to your extremities.
Your heels hit the ground first with nearly every step you take and they do an excellent job of absorbing the stress and pressure from your full body weight. But sometimes it’s just all too much to absorb, and an injury occurs often causing severe and debilitating heel pain. Some common causes of heel pain […]