Skin and Nail Conditions

Count on us to treat many conditions

There are many common and uncommon skin conditions that can occur on the feet and ankles. Some of these conditions can become severe if left unattended without proper treatment.

Rely on our informative help

If you notice problems with your ankles or feet that you need medical attention for, rely on the experts. There are many symptoms to be aware of and we have the information you need in order to live a normal life with your condition.

Our services include:

  • Ulcers
  • Corn and callus treatment
  • Biopsy
  • Diabetic footcare
  • Fungal nails
  • Athlete's foot
  • Ingrown toenail removal
  • Skin biopsy
  • Burning/ pricking sensation
  • Routine foot evaluation
  • Rashes
  • Cracked heels
  • Cancerous/non-cancerous conditions
  • Eczema/dermatitis
  • Warts

Prevent problems

Some problems with the skin can be prevented. Athlete’s foot for example, can be prevented by using a cream that we prescribe, keeping your feet dry and making sure that you practice good hygiene. Calluses can be prevented by wearing loose fitting shoes.

Protect your feet

Plantar warts are caused by viruses and they are contagious. If it is left untreated, this can cause problems in other areas of the body. Don’t go barefoot in public places like restrooms, showers, and gyms. Plantar warts can be prevented as well.

Toenails can be used as diagnostic tools to tell about your health. If you notice problems with your toenails, whether it be fungus, irregular shaping or even ingrown toenails, come see us for the best treatment.

Treatment may be a simple remedy

Some nail problems may just require a topical or oral medication. Other times, surgery might be needed if the problem is severe enough. Ingrown toenails are the most common problem that people face.

Our services include:

  • Nail infections
  • Nail discoloration
  • Nail deformity
  • Diabetic nail care
  • Partial/toenail removal
  • Permanent/non-permanent nail removal
  • In-grown toenail
  • Ulcers
  • Athlete's Foot
  • Warts
  • Cracked heels
  • Callouses
  • Dermatitis

Ingrown toenails

Ingrown toenails can occur for many reasons including: improperly trimmed nails, heredity, shoe pressure, and repeated trauma to the toenail area. If you suspect an infection, come in right away.

Get checked out soon

People with diabetes, peripheral vascular disease, and other circulatory disorders may notice more problems with their toes. This is a serious reason to come to our office and be checked out.

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