Foot Care Conditions

If your feet hurt or are rough, don’t ignore them. If your feet are in pain, have bunions, calluses or any other symptoms, don’t ignore them. Whenever our feet hurt, we ignore them; however, if they continue or get worse, we need to consult a professional.

  • Bunions

    Usually found at the base of the big toe or little toe joint. A bunion may cause redness and swelling of the skin. A bunion may be made worse by wearing tight shoes.

  • Ingrown Nails

    When the edge of your toenail penetrates your skin, it causes inflammation and redness, which can lead to infection. Our non-invasive treatment options vary depending on the severity of the infection.

  • Nail Bracing and Reconstruction:

    It is a method of preventing ingrown nails by stabilizing the nails and reconstructing them.

  • Corns and Calluses

    As a result of friction or pressure, the skin thickens and hardens. Feet form
    corns and calluses at the bottom. We offer non-invasive treatments for people with these problems, even if they are not a serious concern. Surgical treatments are also available by referral to a podiatrist.

  • Plantar Warts

    An affected area of your foot is covered with a grainy growth. You can get them when you come into contact with the human papillomavirus (HPV). Infections are spread through wounds and skin breaks. Over-the-counter medications may help, but you should see a podiatrist if it persists.

  • Pressure Offloading and Padding

    Procedures that relieve pressure and pain in your feet include pressure offloading and padding. Diabetics can also benefit from these procedures.

  • Diabetic Foot Care

    Complications arising from diabetes make you more susceptible to them. You can prevent serious complications by taking proactive measures.

  • Toenail Fungus

    In addition to red looking nails, debris under the nail, nails that are loose or lifting, thickened nails or crumbling edges, white or yellow spots on the nail, toenail fungus can affect any finger or toe. It is possible that the infection could spread to another nail if not treated.

  • Skin Care

    Moisturizing the skin from the lower limbs to the feet is known as foot skin care.