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Top Five Tips To Avoid Heart-Related Foot Problems

Top Five Tips To Avoid Heart-Related Foot Problems February is American Heart Month, which is a dedicated time to focus on the health of our heart, including circulation, blood pressure, and the hard work our heart does to keep us healthy. However, we often need to remember the vital role that our feet play in…

Customized Care – Fix Your Flat Feet

Customized Care – Fix Your Flat Feet Many of us spend a considerable portion of the day standing, walking, running, and engaging in physical activities. Since our feet have to endure the weight of our entire body, they can be subjected to an increased amount of stress, especially when we run or carry heavy things.…

The Heart and Feet Connection

The Heart and Feet Connection We often forget how important it is for our feet and legs to have a healthy circulation system. Problems with your heart may damage our legs and feet, causing a wide range of foot diseases that can have a serious impact on our quality of life. The cardiovascular system is…

Clean Feet = Healthy Feet

Clean Feet = Healthy Feet Maintaining clean and healthy feet isn’t just about looks; it’s important for your overall health, too! At New Jersey Podiatric Physicians & Surgeons Group, our team of podiatrists is devoted to helping patients stay active and cater to their busy lifestyles with our friendly expertise. So, how can you keep…

From Prevention to Treatment: A Comprehensive Guide to Ingrown Toenails

From Prevention to Treatment: A Comprehensive Guide to Ingrown Toenails Ingrown toenails happen when the edge of the nail grows into the soft skin tissue around it, which can cause pain, swelling, and even an infection. This condition can be induced by not cutting your nails properly, wearing shoes that are too tight, or having…

Protect Your Feet Against Diabetic Foot Complications

Fight diabetic foot complications with tips from New Jersey Podiatric Physicians & Surgeons Group. Daily care, proper shoes, and regular check-ups for healthy, strong feet.