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Foot Health Center

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...   Common foot conditions that are treated at our office: Achilles Tendonitis / Tears / Ruptures Ankle Sprain / Strain Arthritis Athlete's Foot Bunions Burns Bursitis Calluses / Corns Children's feet Diabetes Care Diabetic Wound Care Dropfoot Eczema Edema EPAT Flatfeet Foot and Ankle Injuries Foot and Ankle Sports Care Forefoot Surgery Foreign Bodies Fractures Fungal Nails Fungal Nail Laser Ganglion Cysts Gout Haglund's Deformity / Retrocalcaneal Exostosis Hallux Valgus / Bunion Hallux Rigidus Hammertoes Heel Fissures Heel Pain High Arched Foot / Pes Cavus Infections In-Grown Nails Joint Implants Morton's Neuromas Nail Injuries Nail Problems Orthotics Plantar Fasciitis / Heel Spur Syndrome Plantar Warts Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) Rearfoot Surgery Rheumatoid Arthritis Subungual Exostosis Tailor's Bunion / Bunionette Ulcerations Venous Stasis Warts Wounds   Medical Services provided: X-Rays performed on the premises Physical Therapy with various modalities Medicare Diabetic Shoe Program Orthotics and Braces Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Treatment (EPAT) Laser Treatment Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy (EPF) Offfice Surgery Out-Patient and In-Patient Hospital Surgery

Foot and Ankle Sports Care
...We offer an array of services from performing X-rays right here in our office so you get fast results to custom-made orthotics, physical therapy and Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Treatment to ease symptoms and injuries...

How to Avoid Heel Pain?
...Here are a few options that your doctor will explore: Physical therapy Corticosteroid medications Healing exercises that specifically target the heel Orthotic supports or shoes Bed rest to allow time for healing Surgery to remove heel spurs or relieve pressure on plantar fascia See Your Podiatrist You shouldn’t allow heel pain to get worse before you visit your podiatrist...

What Causes Foot Drop?
... Common treatment options include: Exercises and physical therapy Bracing Nerve stimulation Surgery No matter what issues you are having the foot care experts at Foot Health Center LLC in West Orange, NJ are here to address all your concerns and help determine the best treatment options to keep your feet feeling their best...

Did I Sprain My Ankle?
... Treatment for ankle sprains depends upon the extent of the injury and could include: Rest (staying off your feet because continued walking produces additional injury) Ice to reduce swelling and pain Compression with an elastic bandage Elevation of the foot A boot or soft cast to provide support Crutches to avoid weight bearing on the limb Over the counter analgesics, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen for pain Physical therapy to improve range of motion and to strengthen the extremity to prevent further injury If necessary, your foot doctors can perform surgery to stabilize the ankle and repair severely compromised ligaments...

How Your Podiatrist Can Help With Your Heel Pain
...Methods for treating heel pain include: Corticosteroids Anti-inflammatory drugs Orthotic foot supports Stretching exercises Physical therapy Surgery Your West Orange, NJ, podiatrist can help with your heel pain by identifying the exact cause of your heel pain and prescribing the right combination of treatments...

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD)
... Physical therapy...

Accessory Navicular Syndrome
... Physical therapy...

Common Disorders of the Achilles Tendon
... Physical therapy...

Achilles Tendon Rupture
... Physical Therapy  Whether an Achilles tendon rupture is treated surgically or non-surgically, physical therapy is an important component of the healing process...

Chronic Ankle Instability
...Non-surgical treatment may include: Physical therapy...

Ankle Pain
... Initial treatment may consist of rest, ice, elevation, and immobilization, but may also include nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen, physical therapy, and cortisone injection...

Ankle Sprain
... Early physical therapy...

Bone Healing
...  Once the bone is adequately healed, physical therapy often plays a key role in rehabilitation...

Calcaneal Apophysitis (Sever's Disease)
... Physical therapy...

Fractures of the Calcaneus (Heel Bone Fractures)
... Rehabilitation  Whether the treatment for a calcaneal fracture has been surgical or non-surgical, physical therapy often plays a key role in regaining strength and restoring function...

Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
... In some cases, the patient may also undergo physical therapy to help reduce balance problems or other symptoms...

Drop Foot
...Treatment may include use of braces, physical therapy, and electrical nerve stimulation...

Equinus
... Physical therapy...

Flatfoot-Adult Acquired
... Physical therapy...

Flatfoot-Flexible
... Physical therapy...

Flatfoot-Pediatric
... Physical therapy...

Flexible Flatfoot
... Physical therapy...

Foot Drop
...Treatment may include use of braces, physical therapy, and electrical nerve stimulation...

Fractures of the Calcaneus (Heel Bone Fractures)
... Rehabilitation  Whether the treatment for a calcaneal fracture has been surgical or non-surgical, physical therapy often plays a key role in regaining strength and restoring function...

Fracture-Toe
...Physical therapy, exercises and rehabilitation may be included in a schedule for return to normal activities...

Haglund's Deformity
... Physical therapy...

Hallux Rigidus
... Physical therapy...

Heel Bone Fractures
... Rehabilitation  Whether the treatment for a calcaneal fracture has been surgical or non-surgical, physical therapy often plays a key role in regaining strength and restoring function...

Heel Pain (Plantar Fasciitis)
... Physical therapy...

Lisfranc Injuries
... Physical therapy...

Osteoarthritis of the Foot and Ankle
... Physical therapy...

Pediatric Flatfoot
... Physical therapy...

Peripheral Neuropathy: Diabetic
... In some cases, the patient may also undergo physical therapy to help reduce balance problems or other symptoms...

Peroneal Tendon Injuries
... Physical therapy...

Plantar Fasciitis
... Physical therapy...

Plantar Fibroma
... Physical therapy...

Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD)
... Physical therapy...

Pump Bump (Hallux Rigidus)
... Physical therapy...

Sesamoid Injuries in the Foot
... Physical therapy...

Talar Dome Lesion
... Physical therapy...

Tarsal Coalition
... Physical therapy...

Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
... Physical therapy...

Toe and Metatarsal Fractures (Broken Toes)
...Physical therapy, exercises and rehabilitation may be included in a schedule for return to normal activities...

Weak Ankles
...   Treatment for weak ankles usually includes physical therapy and bracing...

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Foot Health Center, LLC

973-731-1266
1500 Pleasant Valley Way Ste 204West Orange, NJ 07052-2955