New Jersey Podiatric Physicians & Surgeons Group, LLC BLOG
Did you know August is National Back to School Month? Now is the time to start getting the kids back into their routine and preparing for the first day of classes. It’s hard to accept the summer season is winding down so soon. As podiatrists, we’re here to make sure your school-aged children can walk the halls and stand at the bus stop in comfort.
For the doctors at New Jersey Podiatric Physicians & Surgeons Group, talking with patients about daily foot checks is a priority. We know it can mean the difference between noticing a cut right on time — or way too late. We want to help with prevention, too, which includes managing blood sugar levels and putting down the cigarettes for good.
Do you know how to trim your toenails? If you’re running your maintenance routine through your mind, there may be something missing.
Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common injuries the doctors at New Jersey Podiatric Physicians & Surgeons Group encounter when meeting with patients. While the condition affects athletes, other foot habits can increase the risk of developing this form of heel pain. We’re here to set the record straight on why you shouldn’t take your symptoms lightly or return to normal activity so soon.
Okay — what is the big deal about bunions? We’re sure you’ve heard about bunion surgery or maybe even all of the pain and discomfort they may cause. Bunions may not have the best reputation, but there are still many things to learn about them. Some things are true — and other statements are myths. Let’s talk about them today.
A fracture is a broken bone; the break can be complete or partial. The doctors at the New Jersey Podiatric Physicians & Surgeons Group know this is an injury you don’t want to ignore. Each type requires a trip to a medical professional.