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Skin and nail problems

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Even though our foot accounts for 25% of the bones in the body, more often than not our feet are the most neglected parts of our body.

It’s not the most glamorous job, but regular foot maintenance can significantly reduce the likeliness of injuring yourself. Using specialized podiatric equipment we are able to instantly reduce thickened nails, sore corns, callus, warts and cracked heels and manage painful ingrown toenails.


Remember, those little niggles you ignore, can end up being a lot more serious and stop you from performing your daily activities!

nail burringUsing specialised podiatric equipment we are able to reduce the thickness and re-shape nails effectively.  There are multiple causes that can lead to thickened toenails such as poor circulation, nail fungus, trauma/injury and some skin conditions can affect the toenails.


Corns and calluses are thick, hardened layers of skin that develop when your skin tries to protect itself against friction and pressure. Corns have a central core which will often cause pain with direct pressure. Both can be removed efficiently and painlessly. We also assess the cause of formation and give recommendations on prevention.


Dry, cracked heels can not only be unsightly, but can be quite painful. Small fissures in the skin can become painful and bleed. The good news is that baby smooth heels are achievable with a little elbow grease and help from your podiatrist. Treatment involves painless scalpel debridement and education on maintaining and prevention.

yellowed-toenailsNails that are infected with a fungus may become discoloured, brittle and thick, and may crumble. An infection may start off as a white or yellow spot under the tip of your toenail and may cause your nail to discolour, thicken and develop crumbling edges.Treatment includes reducing the nail down, making it as thin as possible and starting topical treatments to the infected toenails.
athletes_foot_toeAlso known as “tinea” is a common skin infection of the webs of the toes and soles of the feet. It is caused by a fungus, and may spread to the palms, groin, and body. Treatment may include taking samples and sending them to Labtests to confirm diagnosis. If fungal, we can start you on a range of topical treatments. In severe cases, referral to your GP may be needed to get oral medications.
Person with callus located under foot, close to toes towards whiteThey are small rough lumps on the skin caused by a virus (human papillomavirus) which causes a reaction in the skin. The shape and size of warts all vary, and they can easily spread on the foot. Treatment of verruca vary depending on the size of lesion and the health of the person. Treatments include: Occlusion therapy, Silver nitrate (75%), Salicylic acid Treatment (60% and 70%), Multiple Puncture Technique (Dry Needling) and Surgical removal under local anaesthetic.

ingrown toenailAn ingrown nail occurs when the nail starts cutting in to the skin next to the nail which can be painful and can cause infection and inflammation. Treatments can range from conservative treatment to surgical correction. Conservative treatment involves reducing the nail and clearing the borders. Permanent correction of ingrown nails is a very commonly performed procedure here in our clinic. It offers permanent relief of a very painful problem that sometime lingers for years.