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About Our Children's Podiatrists

Pediatric podiatrists are trained to provide specialized services for children who are ages one and above, and young adults. At Podiatry Center of New Jersey, we utilize a wide range of non-invasive testing techniques and gait analyses to diagnose and provide evidence-based management plans for your kid's podiatric health needs. Below is a list of pediatric podiatry services that we specialize in:

  • Children’s orthopedic shoes at little or no out-of-pocket costs
  • Treating in-toeing and out-toeing problems
  • Managing high-arched or flat feet
  • Diagnosing and treating foot and lower limb pain
  • Diagnosing and treating ingrown toenails
  • Diagnosing and treating disorders of the skin in the feet and legs
  • Reviewing and treating sports injuries
  • Analyzing patients' gaits and providing footwear and orthotic advice
  • Performing general assessments of the foot
Children’s Orthopedic Shoes: We have a variety of kids' shoes in modern styles and colors.
Children’s Feet:

Common Pediatric Foot and Ankle Problems

Podiatry Center of New Jersey's kids' podiatrists have years of experience treating the following pediatric foot and ankle conditions:

  • Soft tissue and skin-related problems, e.g., fungal toenails, athlete’s foot, plantar warts, soft tissue masses, and ingrown toenails.
  • Joint and bone deformities.
  • Congenital deformities of the feet and ankles in newborns.
  • Ailments from the knee down, e.g., heel pain.
  • Sprains and fractures.
  • Puncture wounds and abscesses.
  • … and more!

Understanding the Importance of Pediatric Podiatry Services

Foot pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal problems between the ages of 10 and 13. Foot disability and impairments can persist into adulthood as well. That is why spotting serious joint pains (e.g., juvenile arthritis) early is of the utmost importance. By seeking pediatric podiatry services, children can avoid these lower body issues in adulthood and lead healthy and active lifestyles.

Children’s Feet:

Our Podiatrists

Dr. Russell Samofal

Dr. Dolan Chowdhury

Dr. Farah Lakhram

Dr. Zakiyyah Y. Waters

Dr. Ashley Kim

Dr. Usman Akram

Dr. Mitul Ajvalia

Dr. William Carter

Dr. Michael Stas

Dr. Hutcheson-Donaldson

Dr. Grace Andoh