Getting Ready for Your Podiatrist Appointment

If you’ve been putting off making your appointment at Affiliated Foot & Ankle Care due to a busy holiday schedule, now’s the time to contact our Edison (732-204-6630), Monroe (732-204-6802) or Monmouth Junction (732-204-6945) offices and get it done! Whether you are due for a regular podiatric checkup, or you have a foot or ankle issue, there are certain ways you can prepare for your appointment that will help ensure a smooth and productive visit.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have additional questions after your appointment.

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