Foot and Nail Treatments

Your feet work incredibly hard putting them under enormous stress. Taking good care of them can have a significant impact on your general health.

Your feet should not feel painful and you should never ignore any foot problems however minor they may seem. Early intervention can often ensure less painful and intrusive treatment. We provide treatments for a wide range of conditions.

Laser Treatment

Painless, effective treatments using cold low-level lasers. The Surgery provides several short treatments using a laser in a box to prevent suffering the pain and embarrassment of unsightly nail fungus as well as a hand-held laser to effectively treat heel and other chronic pain issues.

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Fungal Nail

Most fungal nail infections are caused by dermatophyte fungi and are recognised by a discolouration and thickening of the nail; both toe and finger nails can be affected.  Anyone can develop a fungal nail infection but people with health conditions such as diabetes are at increased risk.

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SWIFT Verruca

The SWIFT verruca treatment delivers microwaves that agitate water molecules and cause friction and heat which destroy the infected tissue. The heat causes the body’s immune and healing system to replace, repair and regenerate new tissue.

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Corn & Callus

A corn or callus is formed by a thickening of the skin to protect the foot in areas of high pressure, for example when the skin is rubbing against a shoe. A callus is usually found on the soles of the feet and is often associated with gait or inappropriate footwear.

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In-grown Toenail

An ingrowing toenail is when part of the nail has pierced the skin of the toe. The condition can cause extreme pain and can quickly become inflamed and infected. There are many causes of ingrowing toenails but one of the most common is cutting your toenails incorrectly.

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Verrucae are warts found on the soles of the feet and are caused by the HPV virus, which grows in moist environments and is highly contagious. It is commonly picked up in public swimming pools or communal showers where it can be spread from person to person.

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Bunions, or hallux valgus, are a foot deformity caused by excessive bending (and sometimes crossing over) of the big toe towards the other toes. This causes a bony lump to form on the side of the foot – a sac of fluid known as a bursa can also develop, which may become inflamed.

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Cracked Heels

Cracked heels – or ‘heel fissures’ – are a common foot problem caused by dry skin. Mostly this is a cosmetic problem but in some cases these cracks can become very deep and painful. In very severe cases the cracks bleed and can become infected.

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Heel Pain

Heel pain is a problem commonly seen in the over 40s. We are constantly on our feet and the heel absorbs most of the impact from body weight when walking or running so it is quite easy to sustain mechanical injury to the foot.

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Hard Skin

Hard skin builds as a form of protection against too much pressure being put on one specific area of the foot. Removal is achieved using a scalpel blade and smoothed with a top range industry standard machine and burr.

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