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  • Walking Your Way To Good Foot Health
    Looking for a safe, easy and inexpensive way to stay healthy, increase your energy level and improve your figure? Start walking! Walking is one of the easiest and mostpopular forms Read more
  • High Fashion Footwear May Come with a High Price
    While high-heeled shoes may look stylish or complement your favorite outfit, they are rarely the best option for a woman's feet. According to a study by the American podiatric Medical Read more
  • How to Take Better Care of Your Feet
    Diabetic foot care is an often-overlooked yet crucially important part of overall diabetic health. Due to the location of the feet and the effects of diabetes, a small issue related Read more
  • Fighting Fungal Toenails
    Also known as onychomycosis, toenail fungus can be painful, irritating and embarrassing. When you experience trauma to your nail, the nail bed is lifted, allowing fungus to invade. Without treatment, this Read more
  • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome: Symptoms and Treatment
    Maybe you've heard of carpal tunnel syndrome, a condition in the wrist that occurs when swelling or a change in position of the tissue within the carpal tunnel squeezes and irritates Read more
  • How to Deal with Heel Pain
    What your podiatrists in Brick and Jackson want you to know  If you’ve ever suffered from heel pain, you already know the stabbing, unrelenting pain can keep you from moving around. Read more
  • A Look at Painful Plantar Warts
    Plantar warts are benign growths that develop on the bottom of your feet, and are caused by direct contact with the human papilloma virus (HPV). This is the same virus Read more
  • Plantar Fasciitis: Put Your Heel Pain to a Halt
    Heel pain is most often caused by plantar fasciitis, an inflammation of the long, dense band of connective tissue (the plantar fascia) that runs from the heel to the ball Read more
  • Hammertoes
    A hammertoe is one of the most common toe conditions, usually stemming from muscle imbalance in which the joints of the second, third, fourth or fifth toe are bent into Read more
  • Easy Ways to Prevent and Treat an Ingrown Toenail
    Ingrown toenails, also known as onychocryptosis, can be annoying and painful. This common condition occurs when the surrounding skin on one or both sides of the nail grows over the Read more
  • Metatarsalgia
    Metatarsalgia denotes a common foot condition characterized by pain and inflammation of the joints and bones of the ball of the foot - the area just before the toes, also Read more
  • Morton's Neuroma: What is it and How to Stop the Pain
    A neuroma is a thickening of nerve tissue that can develop in various parts of your body. In the foot, the most common occurring neuroma develops at the base of Read more
  • Say Goodbye to Embarrassing Toenail Fungus with New PinPointe FootLaser
    haracterized by thick, unsightly, discolored nails, fungus-infected toenails can be irritating, embarrassing and painful. For years, the only treatments available for toenail fungus were topical and oral medications or removal Read more
  • How to Minimize Diabetic Foot Problems
    People with diabetes are prone to foot problems, often developing from a combination of poor circulation and nerve damage. Damage to the nerves in the legs and feet diminishes skin Read more
  • Flat Feet
    The arch structure of our feet determines how we walk, which means our arches need to be both sturdy and flexible in order to adjust to different walking surfaces. For Read more
  • Foot Care for Runners
    If you're a runner, it goes without saying that your feet take the brunt of the punishment. In fact, for runners the feet are more vulnerable to injury than any Read more

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The Foot and Ankle Center at Brick

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Ask about our Saturday hours

Sunday:

Closed