Essex Union Podiatry Offers Treatments for Poor Circulation or Vascular Disorders of the Foot and Lower Extremity
Essex Union Podiatry, a podiatry clinic in New Jersey, is offering treatments for vascular disorders or poor circulation of the feet and lower extremities in Caldwell and neighboring areas. In fact, they specialize in treating such disorders by using cutting edge diagnostic testing and the latest treatment methods. The poor circulation or lack of blood flow is usually caused by a chronic illness or injury. They use non-surgical and minimally invasive surgical treatments for vascular problems of the feet, ankles, and lower legs, such as acrocyanosis, infections, sores, chilblains or cold feet, ischemic foot, venous stasis, erythromelalgia, and peripheral arterial disease.
Essex Union Podiatry offers comprehensive and complete foot and ankle care for Essex and Union counties, with three locations in Caldwell, Rahway and Springfield, NJ. They have expertise in various foot and ankle specialties, such as foot and ankle deformity correction, sports medicine, general podiatry, trauma care, diabetic care, and wound care.
The physicians at Essex Union Podiatry provide diagnosis and treatment for all kinds of deformities of the foot, ankle, and lower leg, including their associated tendons, ligaments, bones, and muscles. The conditions treated include: ankle deformities, ankle instability, brachymetatarsia, bunion, Charcot arthropathy, clubfoot, claw toe, flat feet, hammertoes, Haglund’s deformity, osteomyelitis, mallet toes, overlapping or underlapping toes, pes cavus, peroneal tendon, post traumatic deformity, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, tarsal coalition, spurs, and sesamoiditis. To know more about Essex Union Podiatry and their services, people may want to follow their Facebook page.
The physicians at Essex Union Podiatry also understand that sports activities can have an adverse impact on the feet, ankles, and corresponding parts. Thus, they also provide services for a number of sports-related conditions, such as Achilles tendonitis, athlete’s foot, calluses, bunions, flatfeet, heel fissures, fractures, strains, sprains, and overuse injuries.
For their general podiatry services, they provide on-site podiatry services for various conditions. These include 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 provided by certified foot and ankle imaging technicians; second opinion services; shock wave treatment of Achilles tendinosis and heel pain; toenail infection; workers’ compensation; ultrasound imaging of the foot and ankle; and wound care.
They also offer other general podiatry services at affiliated facilities. These include: ankle replacement surgery, arthroscopic surgery, endoscopic surgery, foot and ankle surgery, laser surgery, platelet-rich plasma therapy, shock wave treatment under sedation, and wound care.
They can also offer complete care for traumatic injury of the foot and ankle resulting from household accidents, injury during participation in sports training or a high-contact sports, injury sustained at work, and motor vehicle accidents. Conditions treated include: burns, cast or wound dressing problems, dislocations, fractures, pain and swelling, sports and overuse injuries, and strains and sprains.
People with diabetes have a higher risk of having foot problems because of peripheral neuropathy. Essex Union Podiatry provides regular and comprehensive exams for patients living with diabetes who are suffering from peripheral neuropathy. As part of their thorough services, they will check for hypertension, areas with poor circulation, and noticeable changes in the foot, such as swelling, change in skin color, or broken skin.
And finally, they offer treatments for wounds of the foot or ankle. These include abrasions, incisions, lacerations, punctures, and avulsions. It is important to note that foot injuries need to be treated immediately, especially for people with diabetes because even minor wounds can become serious foot infections or ulcers.
Those who are interested in learning more about the treatments for vascular disorders of the feet, ankles and lower legs and other podiatry services may want to check out their website or contact them on the phone or through email. They are open on Mondays from 12:00 noon to 7:00 pm; on Wednesdays from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm; and on Thursdays from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. Those who would like to know their exact location and other key information about the clinic can check out their GMB listing.
For more information about Essex Union Podiatry, contact the company here:
Essex Union Podiatry
Dr. Jason Galante, Dr. Nancy Kaplan and Dr. Sarah Haller
376 Bloomfield Ave, Caldwell,
NJ 07006, United States