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Welcome to United Foot & Ankle

United Foot & Ankle is a full-service, state-of-the-art podiatry center dedicated to diagnosing and treating ankle and foot disorders in children, adults, and seniors. The practice boasts four convenient locations in East Brunswick, Keyport, Perth Amboy, and Bayonne, New Jersey.

With a philosophy defined by providing a comprehensive diagnosis and treatment plan that’s tailored for every patient, the expert podiatry team is known for helping patients recover from their condition. The team of experienced physicians and supportive health care staff are committed to continuing education and staying up-to-date on the latest diagnostic and treatment techniques. 

United Foot & Ankle regularly cares for patients who have plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, sports injuries, ankle sprains, and bunions, to name a few. But they also provide comprehensive podiatric care for diabetic patients, including innovative wound healing therapies.

The team intertwines traditional allopathic medicine with homeopathic and osteopathic approaches so that patients can experience highly effective treatments and long-lasting relief from pain. Patients can expect cost-effective, personalized care in a comfortable and welcoming environment.

United Foot & Ankle offers flexible scheduling for new and existing patients, as well as for patients who are in need of a second opinion. When requested, the team provides same-day or next-day appointment availability for urgent care needs. 

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Insurance Plans Accepted

Please call our office if you do not see your plan listed.

AARP
Aetna
Aetna Medicare
Allied
AmeriHealth
Anthem Blue Cross
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Cigna
Clover
GHI
Horizon NJ Health
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Medicare
Oxford
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Plantar Warts

A wart is a small growth on the skin due to a virus that has infected the skin on the feet. This is common among children, adolescents, and elderly.

Flat Feet

Flat feet is when the foot has a no arch or a very low arch. This is very common among individuals and, usually, stems from childhood as well.

How Can Diabetes Affect My Feet?

Type 1 diabetes is a condition where the immune system begins to attack the cells in the pancreas. Type 2 diabetes is a condition where the body lacks insulin to break down the sugar.

Testimonials

Words from our patients

  • I love Dr. Nashed and Dr. Boulus! They are absolutely wonderful!

    Hilda F.
  • Both doctors, Dr. Nashed and Dr. Boulos were very relaxed, and very helpful doctors.

    Brett R.
  • Doctor Boulos is an awesome doctor. He gave me all the time I needed to share my concerns about my foot health.

    Angelo N.
  • Dr. Nashed was very patient with my son (8 years old). She explained everything in details and was very professional. Highly recommend her!!!

    Emad T.
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