Diabetic Neuropathy Treatment Freehold

Receive World-Class Treatment for Diabetic Neuropathy at New Jersey Foot and Ankle in Freehold, NJ

Diabetic Neuropathy Treatment Freehold NJIf you’re seeking treatment for diabetic neuropathy, turn to the professionals at New Jersey Foot and Ankle. Diabetic neuropathy is a very common complication of diabetes and happens when high blood sugar (glucose) injures nerve fibers throughout the body. Depending on the affected nerves, symptoms of diabetic neuropathy can range from pain, tingling, and numbness in your extremities to problems with your balance and coordination, digestive system, and urinary tract.

At New Jersey Foot and Ankle – a subsidiary of Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute – we can provide you with top-of-the-line treatment for diabetic neuropathy so that you can get the condition under control and improve your quality of life. Our facility is the best place to go for diabetic foot care in the Freehold, NJ, area, because we:

  • Have board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians who have undergone specialized training in the prevention and management of complications associated with diabetes, especially as they relate to the lower extremities
  • Provide comprehensive care and will guide you in diet, exercise, and treatment options, as well as educate you on how to stay on top of your illness and avoid complications
  • Focus on evidence-based medicine that has been proven highly effective time and again

Treating diabetic neuropathy is a complex process that requires the utmost skill and expertise – which is why you should turn to New Jersey Foot and Ankle. For more information on the diabetic neuropathy treatment that we provide, contact us today. We are proud to serve those in Freehold and all neighboring New Jersey cities.


Twenty-six joints make up the foot and ankle, making this one of the most interesting structures in the entire body--and also, one of the most vulnerable. Injuries and pain in the foot and joint area can be debilitating, even immobilizing. Our experts are here to help you find your footing, and identify a course of treatment that will allow you to hit the ground running.