The staff at Naugatuck Podiatry Associates provides professional, quality care based on experience, dedication and trust. We specialize in the needs of the geriatric patient. Our office is handicapped-accessible, and has ample free parking. We offer home care and treat urgencies promptly.
We have designed our Web site to inform the patient about the practice of podiatry and allow the patient to evaluate whether s/he may need medical attention. Dr. Matusz and his friendly staff stand ready to serve the patients every podiatric need.
What Is Podiatry?
Committed to the health of your feet, podiatric medicine focuses on diagnosing, treating, and preventing foot and ankle problems, such as neuromas. Your podiatrist (doctor of podiatric medicine) is highly trained through years of study and clinical practice, including a bachelor's degree program and four years of podiatric medical school. Podiatrists may also have from one to three years of residency training, studying other aspects of foot care and surgery. Podiatrists continue to stay informed about the latest research and developments in the field. In treating your feet, your podiatrist may also work with your other health care providers to give you appropriate and comprehensive care.