Poor Foot Circulation & Lower Leg Circulation

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Our team of NJ podiatrists specializes in circulatory issues, including those related to diabetes care. With modern technologies, minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures, and more than two decades of combined experience, Essex Union Podiatry can handle your circulation issues with care.

Circulation disorders of the feet, ankles, and lower legs can be the result of injuries or chronic conditions. They can occur and be treated in patients of all ages and activity levels. If left untreated, poor circulation can cause further complications and discomfort.

We treat your circulatory challenges with the latest diagnostic and treatment technologies.

Our experienced podiatry team is here to help.

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Foot & Lower Leg Circulation Disorders

We treat a number of circulation disorders with surgical and non-surgical options


Acrocyanosis is a usually painless circulatory disorder that turns the skin blue in appearance due to a lack of oxygen delivery.

Chilblains (cold feet)

Chilblains, or cold feet, are the inflammation of blood vessels in the feet, and cause pain, redness, itching, swelling and blistering as the result of repeated exposure to cold air.


Erythromelalgia is characterized by burning pain and redness in the feet. Though rare, onset can occur at any age.


Infections of the foot and ankle are caused by an invasion of parasites or harmful microorganisms and can range in severity.

Ischemic foot

Ischemic foot describes poor circulation to the feet resulting from several causes. If not treated, it can cause other issues, like sores, ulcers, and gangrene in rare cases.

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD)

Peripheral arterial disease is the decreased lower extremity arterial perfusion (poor circulation) caused by atherosclerotic plaques which restrict blood flow.


Sores on the feet and ankles can result from poor circulation. Essex Union Podiatry can treat sores and get to the heart of the issue to prevent future sores from forming.

Venous stasis

Venous stasis is a condition that describes the body’s inability to move blood back to the heart from the lower extremities.

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