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Snack with Success: National Nutrition Month

Are you an expert snacker? We’ll learn more as we celebrate National Nutrition Month. Every meal matters, including those snacks throughout your day. You can choose to snack wisely or with wonder about your choice. As podiatrists, we see the negative impact of unhealthy food choices on overall health. The impact is from your head…

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How to Prepare for a Podiatry Appointment

post title Is it too early to start thinking about your next podiatrist appointment? Of course not. If you have bunions or even diabetes, regularly scheduled visits are a must-have for maintenance. As with any medical appointment, it always helps to come with questions and concerns. Before heading to your next appointment with the doctors at the New…

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Ankle Sprains and Skates

Are you cheering on anyone for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics? American figure skater Nathan Chen is setting records in his sport, and he can make the moves seem effortless. For viewers, watching figure skating can feel intense. One wrong landing could cause a traumatic injury. One wrong turn could be the difference between making…

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Picking Up Hints About Pediatric Foot Pain

If your child were complaining about pediatric foot pain, would you miss it? Here’s a fact: children’s feet are still growing. While we all accept this truth, sometimes we forget how much this plays into regular shoe size checks. Bringing your child to a store to have their feet professionally measured is one of the…

PAD

American Heart Month and PAD

How is your heart health? February is American Heart Month, and this is one of the best times to remind our patients of the importance of keeping a healthy heart. Each year, millions of Americans learn to manage a condition commonly referred to as PAD. The full name is peripheral arterial disease. A blockage in…

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Inaction for Ingrown Toenails

Have you noticed changes to your ingrown toenail? Redness, pain, discharge, and swelling are all signs that a problem lies underneath. If you’re wondering what could go wrong, here’s one word: infection. Although this condition is common, it can become more than uncomfortable if it becomes infected. The doctors at the New Jersey Podiatric Physicians & Surgeons…