Foot Injuries Specialists

When you have foot injuries, such as sprains and fractures, you want to get treatment as soon as possible for the best outcome. Here at Advanced Foot Care of New Jersey in Woodland Park, Anant Joshi, DPM, AACFAS and Marc Kitrosser, DPM, FACFAS are your local podiatrists. They will diagnose and treat your foot injuries using comprehensive foot care.

Foot Injuries Q & A

How can I Tell If I Have a Sprained Foot?

A foot sprain involves a tear of the ligament in your foot. This can happen due to sports injuries or physical activities in which you are twisting your ankle or foot to perform a movement. If you have a foot sprain, there are three levels of this injury. The first is a grade I sprain, which is minor and includes small ligament tears. A grade II sprain is moderate and involves large tears. If the ligament is completely torn away from your bones in your foot this is a severe sprain called a grade III. While you cannot detect the grade of your sprain on your own, you can note symptoms of a foot sprain. These include pain, bruising, swelling, and being unable to put pressure on your foot.

When Should I Go to See a Podiatrist in New Jersey for a Foot Injury?

If you have a grade III foot sprain see Dr. Joshi or Dr. Kitrosser immediately for treatment as this requires medical attention and possible foot surgery. Otherwise, you want to visit your podiatrist for x-rays to view the ligament tears. This allows the podiatrist to determine the grade of your sprain so he can prescribe you with the proper treatment. Dr. Joshi and Dr. Kitrosser are expert sports injury podiatrists who have training in identifying and treating foot injuries due to physical activity. They can best determine a level of care for your particular injury.

How Does Dr. Joshi Treat Bone Fractures at Advanced Foot Care of New Jersey?

Treating bone fractures at Advanced Foot Care of New Jersey begins with diagnostic imaging. This gives Dr. Joshi and Dr. Kitrosser the information they need to best mend your broken foot. If your injury involves a displaced fracture, the treatment may involve a reduction to manipulate the bones back into the right place. Most bone fractures need some sort of immobilization to allow the bones to knit themselves back together. In cases of a compound fracture, you may require foot surgery to repair the break.

Most Insurance Plans Accepted

For the convenience of our patients, Advanced Foot Care of NJ works with most insurance plans, including those that offer both in- and out-of-network benefits. Most patients have insurance options that allow us to fully treat their podiatry conditions while respecting their healthcare budget. No matter your insurance coverage, it is wise to seek the specialized expertise that our doctors can provide.

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Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey
MultiPlan / PHCS
Oxford United Healthcare
United Healthcare

Words from our patients

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    "Dr. Joshi is knowledgeable and kind. He took time to explain my condition with compassion. I appreciate his care and highly recommend him"

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    "Dr. Joshi was very knowledgeable and professional. He very patiently examined my foot and went over my X-rays to explain my ailment."

    Helen Y.
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    "Dr. Joshi was thorough in his examination and patient with all my questions. Office staff were also very pleasant and efficient."

    Anne O.
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    "I was always impressed with Dr. Joshi's ability to communicate well with my son and treat him effectively, despite his age. I recommend Dr. Joshi to anyone."

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    "I highly recommend him for all podiatric care services as he is extremely competent, exceptionally skilled in his craft, and genuinely dedicated to his patient's needs."

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Advanced Foot Care of NJ
1031 McBride Avenue, Suite D-105
Woodland Park, NJ 07424
Phone: 973-370-0449
Fax: (973) 256-3919
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