Essex Union Podiatry in Caldwell Is Open and Taking Appointments

Essex Union Podiatry, based in Caldwell, NJ, has announced that they are open and taking appointments to provide comprehensive foot and ankle care for the Essex and Union counties with three locations in Springfield, Rahway, and Caldwell, New Jersey. The podiatry clinic is composed of four podiatry experts: Dr. Jason Galante, Dr. Nancy Kaplan, Dr. Marshall Feldman, and Dr. Sarah Haller. Each of them has been highly trained in a wide range of specialties to fit the specific requirements of children, adolescents, and adults. Together they are able to offer decades of combined experience and apply the latest tools and technologies available for both surgical and non-surgical treatment alternatives.

A spokesperson for Essex Union Podiatry says, “We would like people to know that Essex Union Podiatry is open and taking appointments. And to ensure the continued safety and well-being of our patients, we are strictly following all CDC guidelines to minimize potential risk and provide quality care.”

Their specialties at Essex Union Podiatry include foot and ankle deformity correction, sports medicine, general podiatry, trauma care, diabetic care, wound care, and pediatric podiatry services. They offer surgical treatment options for deformities, such as: ankle deformities, ankle instability, brachymetatarsia (also known as short toes), bunion, Charcot arthropathy, claw toe, clubfoot, flatfeet, Haglund’s deformity (also known as ‘pump bump’), hammertoes, mallet toes, osteomyelitis, overlapping or underlapping toes, peroneal tendon dislocation/ dysfunction, Pes cavus, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, post traumatic deformity, sesamoiditis, spurs, and tarsal coalition. To learn more about Essex Union Podiatry, people may want to follow their Facebook page.

Essex Union Podiatry also offers treatment for various sports-related conditions. These include athlete’s foot, Achilles tendonitis, bunions, calluses, flatfeet, fractures, heel fissures, overuse injuries, sprains, and strains.

Their general podiatry services include treatments for athlete’s foot, emergency care of foot and ankle trauma, foot odor treatments, gait analysis and orthotic fabrication, heel pain, ingrown toenails, laser nail fungus treatment, nail and wart surgery, non-invasive peripheral arterial testing, pain management, plantar fasciitis, radiology services with certified foot and ankle imaging technicians, second opinion services, shock wave treatment of heel pain and Achilles tendinosis, toenail infection, ultrasound imaging of the foot and ankle, workers’ compensation, and wound care.

They also offer the following services at affiliate facilities: ankle replacement surgery, arthroscopic surgery, endoscopic surgery, foot and ankle surgery, laser surgery, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, shock wave treatment under sedation, and wound care.

Essex Union Podiatry also offers complete care for traumatic injury of the foot and ankle that may have resulted from various situations. These include a household accident, injury during sports training or engaging in high-contact sports, injury sustained at work, and motor vehicle accidents. They can offer minimally invasive non-surgical and surgical treatment alternatives for traumatic injury such as burns, pain and swelling, dislocations, cast or wound dressing problems, fractures, strains and sprains, and sports and overuse injuries.

Meanwhile, they also offer podiatric care for people with diabetes. They want to encourage people with diabetes to get podiatric care, such as regular foot screenings, because this may prevent amputation. The experienced podiatrists can look for warning signs, such as bleeding from calluses and corns, changes in skin temperature, cracks in dry skin, particularly around the heel, ingrown toenails, skin color changes, slowly healing open sores on the foot, swelling in the ankle or foot, and toenail fungus.

And because children may also experience food and ankle problems, they also offer pediatric podiatry services. It is important to note that the growing musculoskeletal systems of children are fundamentally different from that of adults in a number of important aspects. Signs and symptoms in children that indicate they may need the help of a pediatric podiatrist include: limping, visual deformities of the foot or ankle, complaining of foot and leg pain, becoming less active, and having trouble with balance.

Those who are looking for foot and ankle care in the Essex and Union counties may want to check out that the Essex Union Podiatry website, or contact them through the telephone. People may also want to check out their GMB listing to find out their location and other relevant information. They are open on Mondays, from 12:00 noon to 7:00 pm; Wednesdays, from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm; and on Thursdays, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.


For more information about Essex Union Podiatry, contact the company here:

Essex Union Podiatry
Dr. Jason Galante, Dr. Nancy Kaplan and Dr. Sarah Haller
+1 973-226-2263
376 Bloomfield Ave, Caldwell,
NJ 07006, United States