Whether you are an athlete or active person who has suffered an injury, or a hardworking woman who endures foot pain to wear professional shoes, we can help. We have treatment options to resolve your chronic foot or ankle condition or sports injury. No matter what your issue is, you can trust our podiatrists to provide the most comprehensive treatment available.
Foot and ankle injuries are common among athletes—even the recreational player or runner. Early diagnosis can lead to effective treatment that will get you off the couch and back doing what you love in no time. If you are suffering from heel, ankle, or foot pain, contact the podiatrists at Cornerstone Foot and Ankle for an evaluation.
Conditions such as plantar fasciitis, stress fractures, and heel spurs can be treated in our office at your convenience. Our doctors will also give you the tools you will need to prevent further injury. Don’t let a sports injury turn you into a couch potato. Get help from our podiatrists today.
Most foot and ankle problems can be treated with minimally invasive options, but when the only permanent solution to your foot pain or deformity is surgery, our podiatrists have you covered. With surgical privileges at local hospitals, you will not have to travel far to get the care you need from the doctor you already know and trust.
Surgery is always the last option we consider when finding a solution for your bunion, ingrown toenail, or hammertoe, but when we have tried other methods and you are not happy with the results, we will walk you through your surgical options so that you are comfortable with your decision. At Cornerstone Foot & Ankle, our podiatrists are skilled and experienced surgeons who will give you the care you need.
Most of us ignore the first twinges of heel pain, hoping it will just go away. However, if you ignore the pain for too long, you could end up with a condition that is much more difficult to treat. If you are experiencing pain in your heel on a regular basis, it’s time to find a solution at one of our convenient South Jersey podiatry offices.
Our team of foot and ankle specialists will diagnose your condition and, starting with easy, non-invasive options, develop a treatment plan to relieve your pain. If your condition is advanced enough to require more extreme measures, our experienced podiatrists will find the right treatment for you. Contact any one of our offices to schedule an appointment and get back on your feet
Many people make the mistake of trying to treat plantar warts, ingrown toenails, and toenail fungus with home remedies or over-the-counter medications. Because these treatments are often ineffective, a chronic condition is created when the problem could have been easily solved with a visit to Cornerstone Foot and Ankle. Our podiatrists have effective remedies for these annoying skin and nail problems.
Whether you have been battling a stubborn case of athlete’s foot or have allowed an ingrown toenail to become infected, we have the tools and treatments to take care of the problem and get you on your way. These kinds of issues often only require one visit to our office. Schedule an appointment today to find out how we can help.
Your baby isn’t even walking yet, but you have noticed that there is something wrong with her feet. Don’t waste any more time worrying. Make an appointment with one of our gentle, caring podiatrists for a diagnosis and treatment plan. You may be doing your child a huge favor by intervening to correct a problem early.
If your older child is an athlete or dancer, he or she may have had foot and ankle problems addressed by a coach or trainer, but do they really know what they’re doing? Don’t risk making a simple issue worse. Seek professional help from a pediatric foot doctor today. We understand the needs of young athletes and will help them get back to doing what they love— pain-free! Call Cornerstone Foot & Ankle to make an appointment today!
You may have tried over-the-counter shoe inserts or off-the-shelf ankle braces and haven’t gotten the relief you are hoping for. When you meet with one of our podiatrists in any of our South Jersey offices, he or she will diagnose your condition and find the right foot or ankle device to alleviate your pain or discomfort.
If a custom-made orthotic or an ankle brace is the solution for your plantar fasciitis, bursitis, diabetic ulcers, or Achilles tendonitis, we will measure you and have the device made just for you. Almost everyone can benefit from an orthotic of some kind, and we will find the right one for you to get you back on your feet.
It may not seem like a big deal, but unsightly toenails could indicate a serious fungal infection under the nail. While you might cope with it by avoiding going barefoot or wearing sandals, it is important that you get a diagnosis and consider treatment options if you have toenail fungus. At Cornerstone Foot & Ankle, our podiatrists offer a range of solutions to meet your needs.
From cutting-edge new technology to topical medications, we always start with the least invasive, most affordable options when treating a toenail infection. The longer you wait to get your condition diagnosed and to start treatment, the harder it will be to treat. Don’t delay any longer—request an appointment at any one of our six South Jersey locations today.
Foot or ankle pain and discomfort could be caused by a broken bone or a stress fracture. After getting x-rays of the injury, our podiatrists will develop a treatment plan that may include a cast or splint, pain medication, and instructions for rest and rehabilitation.
We understand that you want to get back to your active lifestyle as soon as possible and we will help you with convenient appointment schedules, aggressive treatment, and attentive follow-up. When you have to recover from a broken bone or stress fracture, you can count on our team to get you back on the road.
Chronic foot wounds that won’t heal easily on their own can be caused by several conditions, including poor circulation, vascular disease, and trauma, but are most often caused by diabetes. If you have diabetes, you should make foot care a regular part of your health program. Visiting one of our South Jersey podiatry clinics is a great place to start.
Whether you join our diabetic maintenance program or just make an appointment when you have a concern, you can count on our medical team to offer a comprehensive treatment plan to help you maintain healthy feet as you manage your diabetes. Call our office to schedule an appointment to discuss the care of ulcers and wounds today.
Peripheral Arterial Disease is a progressive circulatory condition that can cause poor circulation in the arms, legs, brain and kidneys. Cornerstone Foot & Ankle now offers in office testing for Peripheral Arterial Disease. The test is noninvasive and should only take about 30-40 minutes.