Stay Educated to Stay Healthy

We Want to Make Sure You are Fully Educated on Proper Foot Health

These articles will teach you all about common foot problems. We encourage patients to always consult a doctor before self-medicating, however, it is essential to understand your condition. 

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  • What Happens at a Diabetic Foot Check Why is it so important to see a podiatrist regularly? In order to prevent serious diabetic complications, you need to see your podiatrist yearly or more!
  • Avoiding Amputations in Diabetics Diabetics are at a high risk for amputations. Our doctors have outlined a simple plan to help diabetics prevent complications and amputations in their feet.
  • Ways Diabetes Can Cause Foot Problems: Diabetes can effect your whole body and cause complications. Your feet are susceptible to a slew of problems, as well. Without proper care, amputation is a risk.
  • What Causes Numbness in Your Feet and Hands Numbness or tingling in your feet can be caused by a number of reasons. Diabetes is only one of the causes. It can be a simple cause of something more serious.
  • Treatment Options for Neuropathy Relieve the symptoms and pain that comes with having foot neuropathy. NJ podiatrist, Brad Schaeffer, explains treatment options for those suffering from neuropathy.
  • MicroVas Technology | Neuropathy | Wound Care Our new service, MicroVas can help eliminate pain for those suffering from neuropathy and give feeling back to where it was lost. it is painless and done right in our office.
  • Preventing Falls in Senior Citizens Falls in seniors are very serious and can be very dangerous. We have a light, comfortable brace that can be worn with shoes that can prevent serious falls in seniors and improve your quality of life.
  • Diabetic Symptoms that can lead to Foot and Leg Amputations Diabetes can lead to very serious leg and feet amputations. There are simple ways to prevent serious complications from diabetes. If you are concerned about your feet, call our office for a free exam.
  • Charcot Arthropathy Treatment Charcot Arthropathy can cause your foot to become disfigured as diabetics can be breaking their bones, walking on them...and not even feel it! You may be able to prevent this serious condition.
  • Numbness in My Feet and Toes A common condition we hear is numbness in the feet or toes. There a few different reasons you could be experiencing this problem including shoes, poor circulation, and diabetes.
  • Charcot Arthropathy Dr. Amit Kalra, DPM discusses how diabetes can effect your feet. Charcot foot can be a deforming foot condition that if not treated early, can become permanent.
  • Charcot Foot Diabetic foot care is essential to keeping your feet safe and healthy. Our doctor's explain charcot foot.
  • Diabetic Foot Infections Diabetic foot infections are very serious, but they can most often be avoided. If you have a diabetic foot infection you need to see a doctor immediately.
  • Foot Problems in Diabetics Diabetes can have very serious effects on your feet. the damage can be so severe amputation of the foot or toes may be required.
  • Diabetic Foot Ulcers Diabetic ulcers are a very serious matter that can effect a diabetics feet. If you have an ulcer you need to see a doctor immediately.
  • Foot Surgery For a Diabetic Diabetic foot surgery is a very serious matter. Diabetic face more foot problems and slow healing processes.
  • Poor Circulation and Diabetes Poor circulation can impact your diabetic feet in a very negative way. Diabetics need to be very careful in their foot care in order to prevent serious complications and amputations.
  • Diabetic Neuropathy Diabetic neuropathy is a serious condition that can effect the nerves of people with diabetes. Educating yourself is the best way to prevent complications.
  • 10,000 Steps for Better Insulin Research has shown that something as simple as walking could help ward off diabetes. On average Americans walk about 3,000-5,000 steps a day, if we all doubled our walking we could help increase our insulin sensitivity by threefold.