List of Podiatry Conditions we treat


List of Podiatry Conditions we treat

If your itchy tinea keeps coming back, perhaps it’s time to see a Podiatrist. Tinea is one of the common podiatry conditions. Adhering to a well-planned treatment strategy should completely resolve your tinea infection. Why tolerate frustrating itchy toes when a cure is so accessible?

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Corns and calluses are a build-up of hard dead skin. These podiatry conditions usually develop in high pressure & weight bearing areas as a result of friction from high heels, ill-fitting shoes or biomechanical abnormalities.

Painful cracked heels often result from a build-up of hard skin or callus around the back edge of your heel.

This thickened skin becomes less mobile and loss of elasticity and is unable to accommodate the constant flattening and expansion of you heel as you walk. Over a period of time, small cracks will develop that if left untreated can lead to deep painful fissures.

A fungal nail infection (onychomycosis) is an unsightly inconvenience that can affect even the most diligent hygienic person.

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