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Foot Health Awareness:
American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA.org)
Foot Care/Footwear Tips · Foot Conditions · Certified New Jersey Podiatrists · Home Footcare Services

Your feet must last a lifetime, and most Americans log an amazing 75,000 miles on their feet by the time they reach age 50. Regular foot care can make sure your feet are up to the task. With proper detection, intervention, and care, most foot and ankle problems can be lessened or prevented.

Would you see a specialist for a problem with your heart? Your back? Why not your feet? Healthy, pain-free feet are vital to keeping you active and healthy!

Podiatrists attend four years of podiatric medical school and a three-year, hospital-based residency to become the specialists in the foot and ankle. So if you experience pain, injuries, or changes to the condition of your feet and ankles, see a podiatrist for specialized care.

Pain or other problems in your feet and ankles can have serious implications for your overall health, particularly if you have diabetes, vascular disease, or other chronic conditions. Seek care from a specialist. A podiatrist can often diagnose and treat your foot or ankle condition most efficiently, as well, saving you time and money in the long run.

Urgent care is great for a minor ailment or injury, but it’s not right for every condition. For chronic foot or ankle pain, fractures, or other traumatic injuries, see a podiatrist, your foot and ankle specialist, for the right diagnosis and a proper treatment plan to get you on the mend, and feel better faster!

Ask for a referral or visit our Find a Podiatrist tool today!

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