• Arthritis and Your Feet
    Is the pain and stiffness you’re experiencing in your feet and ankles caused by arthritis? If arthritis is left untreated, it’s possible that your symptoms could become so severe that Read more
  • Treating Your Corns
    From running miles to wearing shoes that are too loose or too tight, there are many reasons why you may develop a corn. A corn is your skin’s way of Read more
  • Should I Get Custom Orthotics?
    Our feet are often overworked and underappreciated. They do so much for us and yet we often take them for granted unless they start to cause us issues. Whether you’re Read more
  • What To Do About My Sweaty Feet?
    Sweating occasionally is normal. It could be a particularly hot day or you could simply be hitting your workout hard. In these instances, sweating isn’t just normal, it’s expected; however, Read more
  • 5 Things To Look For as a Diabetic in Your Feet
    Are you looking for help with diabetic foot care in Reading, MA? If so, you need to work with a professional who can help you. The talented doctors from New England Read more
  • Splinters in Your Feet
    Getting splinters in the feet is fairly common. Of course, some people wonder if they can simply leave a splinter in their foot and let it work itself out. Others Read more
  • Finding Relief From Painful Bone Spurs
    Bone spurs may develop on your foot over time and cause severe pain. Recovering from this health issue requires a careful approach and a myriad of different treatments. Understanding each Read more
  • Signs of a Broken Toe
    A broken toe is one of the most common minor injuries that you can suffer. However, sometimes, it can prove difficult to tell whether or not you actually have a Read more
  • High Blood Pressure and Your Feet
    Whether you are concerned about high blood pressure or you already have been diagnosed with this chronic condition you may be surprised to hear that it can also impact your Read more
  • High Arches in Children
    When babies are born they are born with flat feet. Typically the arches of the feet don’t develop until children are 3-4 years old; however, sometimes the arches of the Read more
  • Finding the Right Treatment for Your Neuroma
    Are you experiencing a sharp, burning pain between your toes that gets worse when walking or standing? Do you notice tingling or numbness in the toes, or pain and swelling Read more
  • Picking the Right Shoes as You Get Older
    When was the last time you bought new shoes? When was the last time you threw out shoes that were old and worn out? We often keep shoes long past Read more
  • Why You Should See a Podiatrist for an Ingrown Toenail
    While minor aches and pains in your feet probably won’t have you rushing to the podiatrist’s office for care, certain seemingly innocuous foot problems might require a professional’s touch. Take Read more
  • When To See Your Podiatrist For Heel Pain
    Heel pain is a pretty common foot complaint and sometimes, it doesn't go away after handling it with conservative treatments at home. How do you know that it's time to Read more
  • Treating Your Sprained Ankle
    Whether you simply stepped down awkwardly or you were in a sports-related accident, it could have left you with a painful, swollen ankle. Could it be a simple strain, or Read more
  • How To Choose the Right Socks for Your Feet
    You probably don’t think too much about the socks you wear but maybe you should. After all, just as it’s important to have shoes that fit properly and provide ample Read more
  • Do I Have Flat Feet?
    Flat feet are when a person's entire sole touches the floor when standing. This can be problematic for many individuals, just ask Dr. George Abboud of New England Foot & Read more

Contact Us

New England Foot & Ankle Specialist

30 New Crossing Road

Suite 311

Reading, MA 01867 US

(781) 944-4044