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  • Our services

    Our aim is to provide every patient with the best possible service and treatment. To meet the needs of our clients and to exceed expectations we provide high quality services including the following:

  • What are fungal nails?

    Fungal nail infection is the most common disease of the nails. Infections can range from mild to severe and can affect one or several nails on both feet and hands. Fungal nail infections are commonly found in people aged over 55, and regular users of communal showers, such as athletes or swimmers.

  • What is a corn?

    A corn is a small area of hard skin, roughly round in shape, which press into the skin. They are often found over high-pressure areas of the foot.

  •  What is callus?

    Callus is an area of thickened, hard skin that may appear yellowish in colour. It can occur in a number of places on the foot, commonly on the heel area.

  • What are cracked heels?

    As the name suggests, cracked heels are heels that have developed cracks or 'splits'; these are also referred to as fissures. Heel cracks are linear and appear on the border of the heel, as time goes on these cracks become deep, painful and can bleed. Cracked heels are associated with very dry skin and a loss of elasticity. If left untreated the cracks can provide a portal for infection.

  • What is a bunion?

    A 'bunion' or hallux valgus refers to the condition in which the big toe is angled excessively towards the second toe, rather than pointing forwards in a straight line. Over time, this excessive angle gives the appearance of a 'bump' on the inside of the big toe joint. This bump is called a bunion.

  • What is verruca?

    Verrucas are warts that appear on the feet. They are the same as warts on any other part of the body.

  •  What is an ingrown toenail?

  • What is an ankle sprain?

    Ankle sprains are very common injuries, they are a painful traumatic injury to the soft tissues of the ankle, most of the time it happens whilst taking part in sporting activities. A sprained ankle is when one or more ligaments/structures supporting the ankle become stretched or torn. If not treated properly, long term problems can occur as a result.

  • What is a detached nail?

    Onycholysis, is the medical term for when the nail detaches itself from the nail bed. Once a nail detaches from a nail bed, it will not reattach. Instead, a new nail will grow back. This can take up to 18 months for a toenail, and about 6 months for a fingernail.

  • What are shin splints?

    Shin splints is a term used to describe pain along the tibia (shin bone). Shin splints is a common sport injury.

  • Toenail reconstruction is a cosmetic procedure. Toenail reconstruction is performed by a podiatrist using a specialist gel that is layered on top of unsightly or misshapen nails so that the nail is more aesthetically pleasing.

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