Foot & Ankle Physicians is a podiatric medical practice that specializes in the treatment of all problems associated with the foot & ankle. Our five board certified and qualified podiatrists strive to provide exceptional care to all our patients.

Foot & Ankle Physicians was established in 1986. We are proud to serve Hudson, Essex, and Union Counties, as well as the surrounding areas.

Our physicians are on staff at Overlook Hospital, St. Barnabas Hospital, Hoboken University Medical Center, Jersey City Medical Center, Christ Hospital, and the Ambulatory Surgical Center at Mountainside.


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Please explore our website to learn more about our doctors and the services we provide.

Here you'll be able to see some of our facilities and the doctors who are a part of the dedicated podiatry practice.





This is a listing of Surgical Centers and Hospitals that our physicians are affiliated with.

Insurance plans we accept

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What we treat!


Each of our doctors is board certified or eligible by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery (A.B.P.S.), which means that our doctors have been recognized for having achieved the highest level of training, education, and surgical skill. The podiatrists at Foot & Ankle Physicians treat a variety of foot and ankle conditions.

• Ankle Fracture • Ankle Sprain • Achilles Tendon • Haglund's Deformity • Chronic Ankle Instability
• Sesamold Injuries • Heel Pain • Crossover Toe • Rheumatoid Arthritis • Hammertoe
• Lisfranc Injuries • Diabetic Wounds • Tailor's Bunion • Ingrown Toenail • Diabetic Foot Care
• Equinus Morton's Neuroma • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome • Lesions & Tumors • Diabetic Peripheral Neuro • Tarsal Coalition
• Posterior Tibial Tendon • Charcot Foot • Gout & Plantar Wart • Cavus Foot
• Ganglion Cyst • Bunions • Pediatric Heel Pain • Foot Orthotics
• Posterior tibial dysfunction • Pediatric Flatfoot • Flexible Flatfoot • Osteoarthritis
• Fracture of the Foot • Hallux Rigidus • Cosmetic Foot Surgery • Peroneal Tendon Injuries

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