WELCOME TO OUR PRACTICE
Weekend and evening appointments are available.
New patients are welcome.
Open to house calls in certain circumstances.
In search of an experienced, caring podiatrist in Jersey City? You're in the right place. Tjoe Podiatry specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and preventive care of foot and ankle problems to patients throughout the Jersey City area.
Our Jersey City podiatrists continuously deliver the best possible outcomes and an improved quality of life for our patients. We do this by utilizing the latest treatment techniques, cutting-edge technology and a compassionate, gentle approach to patient care. Like our current patients, you'll find that Tjoe Podiatry offers an unmatched level of service.
To learn more about all of the foot ailments we treat, we encourage you to browse our services page for complete treatment details. We provide quality care for a wide array of foot and ankle conditions, including:
- Wart Treatment
- Laser treatment for toenail fungus
- Laser treatment for heel pain
- Diabetic foot care
- Quell Wearable Pain Relief Technology
Explore our website for additional information, including doctor bios, office details and printable new patient forms. Our patient library includes a searchable glossary of foot health topics to help you understand your condition and options.
Make it your priority to take care of your feet. Start today by teaming with an expert in foot and ankle care, a podiatrist in Jersey City that listens to your concerns and makes the best recommendations for the optimal outcome.
Dr Edward Tjoe is a podiatrist in the Exchange Place section of Jersey City, relatively close to New York as well as downtown Jersey City. Sometimes people who work in New York opt to go to doctors in New York rather where they live, and he wants to “remedy that.” In our modern, active society, podiatry is an increasingly important field. “We have a variety of patients and dealing with weekend warriors, corporate people who work out on a regular and non regular basis get nagging injuries-Achilles pain, shin splints, heel pain and even back pain can affect the feet.” Also seniors who offer suffer from skin wounds and ingrown toenails, preventive foot care for diabetics so they can avoid amputations, a very dire medical intervention.