How do you want to end the year? The Clark Podiatry team would like to see our patients bring in the new year with healthy, happy feet. We hope we have served you and your family well this year. Our goal is to keep you walking. As we prepare for 2022, here are three things you can do right now. End the year well while planning for an even better new year.
Dr. Brandon A. Macy at Clark Podiatry Center enjoys giving patients the tools they need to care for their feet with confidence while at home. Through daily inspections, it becomes much easier to spot areas of concern. Are you ready to take action with three simple steps?
Let’s Get Started
1. Book an appointment for 2022
Why wait until January to schedule your next podiatry appointment? You can do it now. Click here to reserve an appointment for the new year. There’s a level of commitment when you schedule in advance. Then, you plan other events around your health — instead of the other way around. Prioritize your foot health this year by ensuring it lands on the calendar sooner rather than later.
2. Toss the shoes now
Yes, if the shoes don’t fit — you know what to do. Poorly fitting shoes are one of the main reasons for foot pain, including worsening bunions. If you dread wearing a pair of shoes, there’s probably a good reason to let them go. Look for signs of distress on your feet, such as redness, swelling, corns, and calluses. Also, note signs on the shoes, such as tears or holes.
3. Evaluate your care team
If you received a diabetes diagnosis this year, we recommend adding a podiatrist to your care team. We’re here to make the process easier, and we offer expert care. Diabetes impacts the feet and ankles, including diabetic foot ulcers, neuropathy, poor circulation, and other complications.
If there’s still one more podiatry-related task on your list for 2021, we’re here to help you check the box. We don’t want you to bring foot problems into 2022.
At Clark Podiatry Center, Dr. Brandon A. Macy, a board-certified podiatrist, treats various conditions such as heel pain, diabetic wounds, bunions, nerve pain, and more. The New Jersey Children’s Foot Health Institute is also part of Clark Podiatry Center. We provide exceptional service for patients in Union County. Contact our office at (732) 382-3470 or schedule an appointment online. Our office is at 1114 Raritan Road, Clark, NJ 07066.
Happy Holidays from the Clark Podiatry family to yours!