Dr. Lauren  Grossman DPM, Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist)
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Dr. Lauren Grossman DPM

Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist)

363 Grand Ave Englewood New Jersey, 07631



Lauren D. Grossman, DPM, is a Podiatrist working at Dr. Jill Hagen, Podiatrist and is affiliated with Hackensack University Medical Center. Dr. Grossman received her degrees from New York College Of Podiatric Medicine (MD). Upon graduating, Dr. Grossman completed an internship at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. Additionally, Dr. Grossman has extensive expertise in Podiatry. Furthermore, Dr. Seeman maintains a professional membership with American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons.

Education and Training

New York School of Podiatric Medicine Doctor of Podiatric Medicine 2009

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Dr. Lauren Grossman DPM
Dr. Lauren Grossman DPM's Expert Contributions
  • No More Foot Pain!!!

    We Are Here To Help!Dr. Lauren Grossman & Dr. Jill Hagen, PODIATRISTS363 Grand Ave, Englewood, NJ201-568-6977It’s time to talk about ways to prevent foot and ankle running injuries. Here’s how to improve your performance and keep your feet in top condition. The feet and ankles are vulnerable...

  • Could weight be a contributing factor for ankle and knee pain?

    There are lots of factors that contribute to ankle and knee pain, such as shoe gear, type of foot (i.e., flat foot vs. high arch foot), the amount of motion you have in your hip joint, knee joint and ankle joint. Make an appointment for a complete biomechanical and gait evaluation. Recent weight gain or loss can also be a factor. There’s always more than one reason in medicine, especially when dealing with your feet. READ MORE

  • I have a painful, swollen ankle following an injury. What to do?

    You want to get your ankle checked out because if ankle sprains are not treated properly (most are not), this can lead to chronic pain and future ankle sprains. Sometimes an MRI is necessary to see the ligaments and tendons. If there are tears, then ankle stabilization treatment may be indicated. READ MORE

  • I have a corn in my foot. Can corn cap remove that?

    I would make an appointment because corns are usually the result of too much pressure on a certain area, bone spur, of bone problem, i.e., bunion, hammertoes. Usually, they can be removed non-surgically with topical medication that can help get to the root. Sometimes the corns are like an ice cream cone and take several treatments to take it out in its entirety. READ MORE

  • The skin on my left foot feels raw after standing for a long time. Why?

    You may have a nerve impingement, which can lead to numbness in the foot. Sometimes people with a back issue can suffer from numbness since the same nerves that originate in the back go into the foot. Other medical conditions such a diabetes and certain medications and low blood cell count can lead to numbness as well. READ MORE

  • What to do for swollen feet?

    Yes. First, must check her circulation, because if that is not working well, then her blood can stay in the legs and the veins are unable to fully take the blood back to the heart for recirculation and that can lead to swelling. Certain medications for heart conditions can also lead to edema (swelling) and lower kidney function. Swelling is very common in diabetics and we must find the reason for it to treat it properly. There are lots of ways to control swelling. Swelling should be treated since it’s a sign that something in the body (plumbing) isn’t working how it should. READ MORE

  • Why do I wake up with pain in my heels everyday?

    Heel pain is one of the most common complaints that bring patients to our office. A thorough history and physical as well as X-rays can usually give a good picture as to what is causing your pain. There are lots of factors (i.e., body type, arch type, other medical conditions [back pain], shoe gear, type of work, activity level) that can lead to heel pain. The good news is that’s it’s usually a self-limiting problem. I encourage lots of stretching of the calf and never walk barefoot. For women especially, wear a wedge shoe to take pressure off the heel. READ MORE

  • Is my ankle sprained?

    Definitely visit a podiatrist. You have nothing to lose. Too often, ankle sprains are not treated to 100%, which makes you susceptible to re-injuring your ankle and dealing with chronic pain. Until you can hop on that side of your foot with absolutely no pain, then proper treatment and physical therapy are a must! READ MORE

  • My mother is diabetic and has thick nail growth in her feet. How can we cut them while avoiding injury?

    Visit a podiatrist. We are highly trained in the trimming of thickened nails often caused by fungus (ringworm). It’s important to have your feet checked by a professional, but so important for a diabetic since we are able to check for other issues diabetics are faced with (cracking of the skin, which leads to infection, fungus, which can spread, numbness and burning, etc.). Checking circulation is a must since good blood circulation = good healing potential. Check for any bony prominences, which could lead to ulceration. READ MORE

  • Can anyone get athlete's foot?

    Athletes foot is the same as ringworm and should be treated since it’s contagious. Any time one has a crack in the skin, we are susceptible to the fungus entering and spreading. READ MORE

  • Why do my feet hurt when I wear flats or heels?

    Heel pain is so common, especially after pregnancy where the ligaments stretch out. With two kids your feet need to be in top shape and this is a very treatable condition. Stop walking barefoot and try to wear a wedge and change your shoes every couple of hours. READ MORE

  • Does swelling around the ankle indicate a serious injury?

    Don’t fool around with ankle sprains. Most times they are not treated properly, which can lead to further injury and chronic pain. READ MORE

  • What is the meaning of the term ballerina foot?

    A lot of times when I am examining a patient's foot, I can tell if they are/were a dancer. Dancers usually have loose and flexible joints with contractures of the toes (hammertoes) and callus in certain parts. I could look at a lineup of feet and know right away who's a dancer, especially ballet (hint: usually they are missing toenails from being on pointe). READ MORE

  • I have a blue spot on my heel which looks like a blood clot. What could this be?

    Blood clots are serious and usually present with pain in the calf especially with squeezing. Was there a trauma to the heel? Does the pain radiate up the leg? It could also be a bone bruise. Is the area is warm and swollen especially behind the knee region? If yes, it’s best to get a Doppler ultrasound to rule out a clot, which could lead to a pulmonary embolism and/or brain damage. Could also be a bone bruise. READ MORE

  • I have what looks like a blister but it isn't going away. It's also painful. What should I do?

    See a podiatrist who can culture/lance the blister, especially if you suspect pus = infection. Appropriate antibiotics and treatment are a must. Don’t wait for the infection to spread. Get treatment ASAP. The pain could be from the underlying pressure of the blister or the location. READ MORE

  • Right below my big toe hurts when putting on my shoes. What should be done?

    Get an X-ray to make sure there is nothing under the skin on the bone, i.e., bone spur, which can form leading to pain under the nail, especially when shoes applied which cause more pressure. Lots of treatment options available for this common complaint. Stop being in pain. READ MORE

  • My feet sweat a lot. Is that normal or is it a problem?

    Both. There could be something medial that’s causing the increased sweating - usually a full panel blood test can reveal if something else is causing the sweating or it could simply be due to an overactive sweat gland. Make an appointment. Whatever the cause there’s a treatment to stop the sweating READ MORE

  • I have a lot of heel pain in the mornings after going for a walk. What can I do to treat it?

    Start by stretching before you put your feet down in the morning. Look up exercises for plantar fasciitis. Don’t walk barefoot. And most importantly see a podiatrist so they can perform a full foot exam, gait exam, X-ray evaluation to determine why this pain is occuring in the first place. READ MORE

  • I am not able to flex my foot. Why?

    You could be suffering from inflammation of a tendon or arthritis or bone pathology. READ MORE

  • I have a little bone growth just under my toe. Will it have to be treated with surgery?

    No. There are lots of conservative treatments. First we take an X-ray to evaluate the bone. We have pads, custom inserts, topical anti inflammatory, injection therapy to alleviate pain. All these measures are taken prior to any surgical correction. READ MORE

  • What are the best shoes recommended for people with flat feet?

    A supportive sneaker. I love ASICS and NB. Flat shoes and barefoot walking should be avoid. I have flat feet and always feel better with a wedge since it diminishes the amount of tension on the bottom and Achilles area (back of the heel which is oftentimes tight on flat footed patients) READ MORE


  • NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital

Professional Society Memberships

  • American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons

Hobbies / Sports

  • Spending Time with My Children, Travel, Reading

Favorite professional publications

  • Podiatry Today

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Dr. Lauren Grossman, Podiatrist

363 Grand Ave -
Englewood, New Jersey 07631
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Dr. Lauren Grossman DPM has a rating of 5 out of 5 stars based on the reviews from 1 patient. FindaTopDoc has aggregated the experiences from real patients to help give you more insights and information on how to choose the best Podiatrist (Foot and Ankle Specialist) in your area. These reviews do not reflect a providers level of clinical care, but are a compilation of quality indicators such as bedside manner, wait time, staff friendliness, ease of appointment, and knowledge of conditions and treatments.
  • Matthew

    I saw Dr. Grossman for pain in my left foot. I've been to other podiatrists before and the problem came back. Dr. Grossman was attentive, asked a lot of questions, and ran tests to find out what was wrong with my foot. She then provided treatment that day. I didn't feel rushed; Dr. Grossman and her staff worked until my pain was alleviated. Anyone who has a foot problem should see Dr. Grossman. You'll be in the best possible hands.

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