Todd Stevens, DPM and the staff here at our Roselle Park and Princeton, NJ podiatrist offices are ready to assist you with any foot or ankle care you need. We offer a full array of services at Associates in Podiatry, each with the goal of helping you maintain healthy feet, find comfort, and improve your quality of life. Read on to learn more about how our New Jersey podiatrists can serve your foot and ankle needs.
Custom Orthotic Devices
Orthotics can provide comfort and pain relief for a variety of foot conditions, including flat feet, plantar fasciitis, and hammertoes. Much more effective than a store-bought insert, our custom-designed orthotic devices are prepared to fit your foot’s unique shape and provide just the right amounts of cushioning and balance where you need them.
We make every attempt to find conservative treatments for foot and ankle conditions. If these methods aren’t effective, surgery might then be considered as a means of relieving pain or regaining mobility. Many surgeries can be performed within the office or at a surgical center on an outpatient basis. We take great care of our surgical patients–both through the procedure itself and during recovery.
Some conditions cannot be improved without surgical intervention. While we may be able to address symptoms of a bunion or toe deformity with conservative treatment, these problems require surgery to fully correct. The good news is that our office is staffed with knowledgeable, skilled foot doctors who stay current in the latest medical trends.
Whether you’re a professional athlete or a “weekend warrior,” your feet and ankles can take a beating during activities, and a sports injury is always a possibility. Ankle sprains, torn ligaments, shin splints and other painful soft tissue injuries fall under this category, as do broken bones and conditions such as blisters, calluses, and Athlete’s foot. Whatever the problem, our sports injury treatment methods will help you get back in the game as quickly and safely as possible.
Diabetic Foot Care
Individuals who live with diabetes already have a lot on their plate, but foot and ankle issues only add to it. The good news is that a solid diabetic foot care plan can help. Todd Stevens, DPM can assist you with putting together a plan to prevent complications, but are also here for treatment when problems arise. We’ll help you know what to look out for on a daily basis when it is time to seek treatment.
Heel and Arch Pain
Your feet are under a lot of stress and pressure every day, so it shouldn’t be surprising when heel or arch issues surface. When this happens, Associates in Podiatry will provide the care you need to get rid of the pain and go back to doing the activities you enjoy. Even better, most of these conditions are effectively treated with nonsurgical techniques!
Children’s Foot Care
No parent wants his or her child to be in pain. We treat many conditions that affect children, like ingrown toenails, Sever’s disease, athlete’s foot, and tarsal coalition. Your child might not complain about pain or discomfort, so pay attention for limping or sudden withdrawal from activities that he or she would normally enjoy. Then contact our office and get the help your son or daughter needs.
Nail and Skin Care
There are many issues that can happen to your toenails and the skin on your feet. You can suffer from ingrown nails, ulcers, cysts, blisters, warts, fungal toenails, and corns and calluses. These may be embarrassing or seem cosmetic in nature, but they can also cause pain and discomfort. It is always best to treat them at an early stage.
Effective Foot and Ankle Services in Roselle Park, NJ
No matter which foot care services you need, we have you covered. Our caring staff is committed to restoring you and your loved ones back to health with the use of state-of-the-art treatment and personalized service. Contact Associates in Podiatry today by calling (908) 687-5757 to reach our Roselle Park office, dialing (609) 924-8333 to reach our Princeton, NJ office, or scheduling your appointment online.