At Northeastern Foot & Ankle, we believe in and are dedicated to delivering high-end, compassionate care, where patient comfort and satisfaction are our top priority. By listening to and understanding your podiatric concerns, our experienced staff develops personalized treatment plans that combine traditional solutions with innovative and emerging technology, allowing us to provide high-quality podiatric care according to your needs and according to the latest standards in podiatric medicine.Learn More
Your feet and ankles are made up of various bones, muscles, tendons, and other structures that help provide you with balance, mobility, and stability. Injury to certain structures of the foot and ankle can cause a variety of conditions that can impact your daily routines and activities.Learn More
If you are suffering from a foot or ankle condition and have found little relief in conservative treatment options, surgical treatment can be provided when needed in order to help alleviate your medical and cosmetic podiatric concerns.Learn More
A neuroma is a pinched nerve caused by a thickening of the nerve tissue in the toe. When the nerve tissue thickens, it traps the nerve, causing irritation. ...
If you experience foot pain in your heel, you may have either plantar fasciitis or bursitis. Determining the difference between the two will help guide your treatment – ...
We encourage you to contact us whenever you have an interest or concern about podiatry such as diabetic foot care, shockwave therapy, or heel pain in Passaic, New Jersey. Our staff believes that early diagnosis is essential for effective treatment and fast recovery. If you have any questions about the podiatric services our staff provides, please pick up the phone and call us for more information.
As of March 30th, we plan to remain OPEN to serve our patients and will notify you if there are any changes. We will be here to help you with your medical needs. There may be some variation in the hours in the coming weeks. Please call before making any unscheduled visits.
Due to recent events regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), we ask that if you have any of the following symptoms that you reschedule your appointment and stay home to ensure the safety of our staff, and the other patients we serve: if you have had a fever within the last 24 hours, a cold, the flu, stomach virus, cough, stuffy nose and if you have recently traveled via airlines/cruise or have been exposed to a known contact with the COVID-19 that you stay home and reschedule your visit.
For the safety of our staff and patients, as per Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations, we are requiring patients that have an appointment to wear a face covering before entering our office.
We are closely following the CDC’s guidelines and recommendations on the steps we can take to help prevent the spread of all viruses. We, as an office, already have strict guidelines for handwashing and sanitation, and we will continue those policies. Our standard cleaning and sterilization procedures have always used EPA-certified cleansers and disinfectants to maintain the cleanliness of our offices and equipment. We practice universal precautions far beyond what the requirements for the virus are calling for. We will continue to be diligent in maintaining universal precautions. You can feel safe and secure in our office.
Thank you for your trust in us during these challenging times. We will send updates as the situation evolves.