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Welcome To Advance Foot Care LLC

Are you looking for a foot doctor? Pain and loss of function in our feet and ankles can be a huge obstacle, and we understand that getting your body back to normal is of the utmost importance to you.

That is why we offer the highest standard of care in podiatry. We seek to make your visit simple, stress-free, and effective! It is our goal to resolve your pain and function issues in a way that allows you to live the life you are accustomed to.

Don’t live in pain! There are a number of causes for podiatric issues, please contact us today so we can identify the cause and solution for your particular problem! We want you to be walking, running, jumping and living the lifestyle you want to!

Contact us today to learn more about podiatry or any specific conditions you may be experiencing. We’d be happy to speak with you and discuss your care!

Sports Medicine
Wound Care
Ankle Pain
Athlete's foot


Antonious Eskandar, DPM

Antonious Eskandar, DPM, is an experienced podiatrist at Advanced Foot Care, LLC, in East Orange, New Jersey.

Dr. Eskandar completed his undergraduate degree at The College of Staten Island in New York in 2005, majoring in biology and minoring in chemistry. After completing his medical degree at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine in 2009, he finished his four-year podiatric surgical residency at the New York-Presbyterian Queens Hospital in 2013, specializing in limb salvage, reconstructive foot and ankle surgeries, and foot and ankle trauma/fractures. Dr. Eskandar has given numerous presentations on subjects in his field at various hospitals in New York throughout his career. He continues to stay abreast of the latest advancements in his field as a member of the American Board of Podiatric Medicine.

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New Patients

If you have never been to a podiatrist before, you may be nervous about your upcoming visit. Don’t be! Millions of people see podiatrists every year for help with their feet, ankles, and lower legs.

Did you know the average person takes about 10,000 steps every day? That is a lot of stress on your feet! And when you consider the array of surfaces and inclines that people walk on, you can see how foot pain can be a common ailment.

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