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There are many different types of wounds that commonly occur on the foot and ankles. These include lacerations, abrasions, and puncture wounds. They also include avulsions and incisions, which require more immediate care. When treating a wound on the foot or ankle, the first thing your doctor will do is assess the wound type and the extent of the damage.
Our podiatrists then carefully treat your wound according to the wound type and your unique needs. Patients with diabetes and other chronic conditions should pay special attention to wounds on the feet and ankles. The doctors at Essex Union Podiatry will help you understand why and treat your wounds with kind and compassionate care.
How to tell if you need a wound care specialist:
● Your wound is bleeding excessively or is very deep.● You suspect you might have an infection. ● You notice a wound on your foot or ankle that you didn’t feel when it happened.
Podiatry Wound Care
We treat the five wound types and corresponding conditions
Our compassionate care team is ready to help with all your foot and ankle conditions and questions. Leave your concerns at the door and allow our expert doctors to deliver relief and peace of mind from your podiatric complications today. Call our main number at (973) 376-8210 or contact one of our three convenient locations:
1600 St. Georges Ave. Rahway, NJ 07065(732) 388-2375
500 Morris Ave. Suite 203, Springfield, NJ 07081(973) 376-8210
376 Bloomfield Ave.Caldwell, NJ 07006(973) 226-2263