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We encourage you to contact us whenever you have an interest or concern about podiatry, such as diabetic foot care, extracorporeal pulse activation treatment, or heel pain in Hackettstown.

Please call us at (908) 852-0229

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  • Tailor's Bunion
      Tailor’s bunion, also called a bunionette, is an enlargement of the fifth metatarsal bone at the base of the little toe. Metatarsals are the long bones in your foot that Read more
  • Lump In My Foot
      Neuromas, or abnormal growth of cells within a nerve, most commonly form between the third and fourth toe bones. Pain is often elicited as a result of these bones pressing Read more
  • Yell-Oh! Nails
      Naturally, fungi and bacteria are all around us. When a fungus begins to overgrow, however, an infection can occur. Fungal infections can affect any part of the body, from the Read more
  • Hammertoes
      Have you noticed your toes bending, particularly at the first joint? The bending takes on an upside-down V appearance when looked at from the side. This deformity commonly affects the Read more
  • Out With Gout!
      Ever wake up abruptly at night by a hot, painful feeling in your big toe or ankle? Does the joint feel painful and appear red and inflamed? These can all Read more
  • No Funyuns In Bunions
      Hallux abducto valgus, commonly known as a bunion, is a deformity characterized by a bony hump at the base of the big toe where it affixes to the foot. Bunions are Read more
  • Spring
      Spring's arrival generally signals a warming weather trend that usually motivates people to become more active, especially outdoors. Many high school and college athletes are on the cusp of re-starting Read more
  • Don't Forget What's Underfoot
      Diabetes is a major health concern worldwide. Complications of this disease can lead to diabetic foot ulcers. It is estimated that 15% of diabetic patients develop a foot ulcer in Read more
  • Are You Getting Cold Feet?
          About 20 million people in the United States suffer from peripheral neuropathy. This damage to the peripheral nervous system can be caused either by diseases of the nerve(s) or from Read more
  • I Think I'm Cracking Up!
    I Think I’m Cracking Up!     Cracked heels are a common foot problem that is often referred to as heel fissures. Cracked heels are commonly caused by dry very skin and made Read more
  • My Feet are Freezing
      Northeast winters create cold temperature extremes in our region. For some people, this causes the thin muscle linings within our smaller arteries to go into spasm leading to a condition Read more
  • Defeating Winter’s Slippery Slope
        About 25,000 ankle sprains occur daily in the United States, in adults and children alike. It is especially known to occur when playing sports and performing physical activities, but is Read more
  • Stinky Feet
        Foot odor is a fairly common and embarrassing problem that affects many people. It can interfere with your social interactions and cause low self-esteem. Many people who suffer from foot Read more
  • Halloween
    Too much Halloween Candy? Here comes the Diabetes!               Diabetes is the most rapidly growing chronic disease of our time. 11.3% of Americans over the age of 20 are currently struggling Read more
  • Can Kissing A Frog Give You Warts?
    We have all heard the fairy tale about the frog turning into a prince after being kissed by the princess. There is also an old wise tale that claims touching Read more
  • First Step In The Morning, Worst Part of The Day
         Do you step out of bed in the morning and hobble in pain to the bathroom? Does it feel like someone is stabbing a hot poker into your heel? Are you Read more

CONTACT US

We encourage you to contact us whenever you have an interest or concern about podiatry, such as diabetic foot care, extracorporeal pulse activation treatment, or heel pain in Hackettstown.

Please call us at (908) 852-0229

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Monday:

8:30 am-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-6:30 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-12:00 pm

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