Podiatrist Offices Conveniently Located In Kenilworth, Bayonne, Little Ferry & Montclair New Jersey

Ankle Sprains

What Exactly is an Ankle Sprain? An Ankle sprain is a tear of one or more ligaments of the ankle. How Does an Ankle Sprain Occur? Usually patients report pain after twisting their ankle. Tripping off of curbs, falling down stairs, and injuries while playing sports are all common culprits. Symptoms Immediate pain may present, […]

Are You Flat-Footed?

Pes Planus (flat feet, pes valgus) is a common complaint by patients visiting podiatrists. It is when a person does not have a sufficient arch present on their foot. The symptoms from this issue can appear starting in early childhood. Children may complain of cramping and pain in the feet and legs, or become fatigued […]

Foot Fungus (Tinea Pedis)

What is Tinea Pedis?  Tinea pedis is a foot infection due to fungus. This issue can present itself in many ways. You may have dry scaly skin on the bottom of your feet with intermittent itching. It might also appear as moist peeling skin between the toes.   How does one contract Tinea Pedis?  Foot […]

Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toe nails (onychocryptosis) are a very common, and painful problem. They develop when part of the nail grows incorrectly into the skin, causing a constant pressure. They can be genetic, caused by trauma, pressure from ill-fitting shoegear, or simply from cutting the nail improperly. Treatment options depend on the severity of the condition. Minor […]

What Are Bunions And How Are They Treated?

Bunions are a bony bump present at the big toe joint. They can be extremely painful to many people, often because of the bump rubbing against shoe gear. Most bunions start out small, however many progress to become increasingly large and painful over time. They can be caused by pressure from shoes that push the big […]