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Dr. Dr. Mark Anthony DiMedio, D.P.M.

Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist)

500 Sicklerville Rd Williamstown NJ, 08094


Dr. Mark DiMedio is a podiatrist practicing in Williamstown, NJ. Dr. DiMedio is a medical doctor specializing in the treatment of the foot , ankle and related parts of the leg. As a podiatrist, Dr. DiMedio diagnoses and treats conditions of the feet. The feet are key body parts that give a person stability, absorb shock, allow for walking and standing and are necessary for overall well-being. So, the feet need expert care. Podiatrists can specialize in surgery, wound care, sports medicine, diabetic care and pediatrics.

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  • Can deep massage help plantar fasciitis?

    I've shared an item with you: irs iceberg https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1kI-NvekDNz4gGK9DJPO9jI9LSLpGdoe3i0Yh1oS1VDc/edit?usp=sharing&invite=CImG7qsH&ts=65131b6f It's not an attachment -- it's stored online. To open this item, just click the link above. READ MORE

  • Injured toenail?

    Definitely go see a local podiatrist to see if the toenail will ever reattach 8- which it can- or if not,you want to to be properly removed. In the meantime,wrap a bandaid around the toe so it can't catch on anything like your socks and tear off improperly- especially if you are a diabetic. READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor help with dislocated ankle?

    Absolutely not. READ MORE

  • How many days should you ice a sprained foot?

    20 min on / 20 min off for a minimum of 48 hours. READ MORE

  • Tailors bunion

    It is definitely a Tailors bunion. They are outgrowths of the 5th metatarsal head with the tendons that insert on them pulling in the valgus direction along with a genetic predisposition. It is too late to use an orthotic device to slow the progression of the drift-but if it's pain free you leave it alone and since youre only 15 so the growth plates are not complete surgery is not an option yet. READ MORE

  • How can I shrink my bunion naturally?

    A bunion is an angular drift or accumulation of bone at the first metatarsal-phalangeal joint. Yes-it is bone. If you figure out a way to "shrink" bone, please let me know. It is a surgical procedure that has definite risks and complications.Remember.If it does not hurt, don't fix it. I leave the cosmetic work to the plastic surgeons. READ MORE

  • Feet swelling?

    There are so many reasons that feet swell. A general concept is that both feet swelling is better than one and it's better to have your feet and ankles have less swelling in the AM than in the evening. But there are so many systems that can be involved in the swelling of feet and ankles so start with your primary dr. This is the best way to find the cause. READ MORE

  • Can you walk on a dislocated foot?

    There are a lot of bones in the foot and ankle.If you dislocated your toe,you can walk(probably in pain).If you dislocate your ankle,you'll be carried into the operating room. READ MORE

  • Is a chiropractor good for ankle pain?

    Yes,if he has copies of x rays and a good history of your problem.He can manipulate your ankle to increase range of motion-but you better tell him if he's going too far..can cause a real problem! READ MORE

  • Do you get anesthesia for ankle surgery?

    You better! READ MORE

  • How long does it take to walk again after ankle surgery?

    Ankle surgery that requires fixation of some kind will require a minimum of 6 weeks of non-weight bearing and an X-ray before being able to partially bear weight on the repaired ankle. READ MORE

  • Does a dislocated ankle need surgery?

    Almost 100%of the time a young person with a dislocated ankle needs some kind of fixation to stabilize a dislocation that will require surgery and allow them to have normal ankle motion as they get older. READ MORE

  • Can flat feet be fixed without surgery?

    Of course. Orthotic devices are a helpful course of treatment. Surgery is indicated in only a small percentage of pes planus patients. READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor help with ankle mobility?

    They can help increase range of motion but always bring an x-ray to the office so the case can be properly evaluated. READ MORE

  • What helps swollen ankles after working out?

    Always ice READ MORE

  • Injured foot?

    No. A Jones racture is caused by trauma and / or unusual twisting of the soft tissues like the tendons and ligaments caused by severe sprain. READ MORE

  • What kind of anesthesia do they use for ankle surgery?

    Sorry to hear that.If this is a case where fixation will be required-most likely you would require general anesthesia.Local with a twilight anesthsia could be used if no pins and screws were required but most likely you would receive the general anesthesia Good luck! READ MORE

  • Toenail problems?

    This looks like a classic case of a fungus nail. The nail looks like it may have been traumatized in some way or possibly a result of a constrictive shoe, which could affect the nail and cause the fungus to grow from that area. Your podiatrist could culture a piece of the nail to confirm the fungus and then treat the fungus or remove the nail and start with a topical or oral antifungal. Just remember, it is a skin condition and is mainly limited to the toenail area, which is mostly a benign condition, but there are cases of malignancy, which is rare, but it is good to see your podiatrist so he can evaluate the situation. READ MORE

  • Is going barefoot good for bunions?

    Bunions are bones that have shifted due to genetics, shoe gear, or both. Any kind of constrictive shoe will aggravate them, but can't walk around barefoot all day. Need to find comfortable shoes or consult your podiatrist about possibly having them surgically corrected. But only do that if they are painful...cosmetic foot surgery can be a disaster! READ MORE

  • Do podiatrists treat ingrown toenails?

    Yes. That's our bread and butter. Don't fear, the podiatrist is there for your ingrowns. READ MORE

Dr. Dr. Mark Anthony DiMedio, D.P.M.'s Practice location

500 Sicklerville Rd -
Williamstown, NJ 08094
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Get to know Podiatrist Dr. Mark Anthony DiMedio, who serves patients in Williamstown, New Jersey.

Licensed to practice by the state board in New Jersey, Dr. DiMedio is a diplomate of The Board of Orthopedics and Podiatric Medicine who is currently serving patients at his private practice in Williamstown, New Jersey. Dr.DiMedio also is the Podiatric  physician at St Mary Nursing Home where he has worked for 32 years,Communicare Adult Day Care Center, Multiple ARC homes which are housing for the developmently disabled,and other both adult day care and group homes in the South Jersey area.He is also affiliated with The Surgical Center of South Jersey in Mount Laurel Township , New Jersey for 25 yeats and Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden,New Jersey.

Surgical Center of South Jersey is proud to offer quality care, specialized equipmenand lt, and advanced technology in a safe, family-friendly environment. It is an affiliate of Surgical Care Affiliates, which is a national surgical solutions provider committed to improving healthcare in America.

With over 37 years of experience in his field, the doctor is a Diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Medicine, which exists to offer podiatric physicians a comprehensive board qualification and certification process.

In regards to his educational background, Dr. DiMedio graduated with his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in New York City, New York in 1983. He then went on to complete his residency at James C Guiffre Medical Center.

Podidatry is a branch of medicine devoted to the study, diagnosis, and medical and surgical treatment of a variety of disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower extremity. A podiatrist, also known as a podiatric physician or a foot and ankle surgeon, is a medical professional devoted to the treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower extremity. They can treat injuries and complications from ongoing health issues like diabetes and other serious circulatory  disorders. 

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