An ingrown toe nail is where the edge of the nail has pierced the skin causing pain and inflammation. When left untreated it may become infected. Treating early can usually be quite simple, with the minimum of discomfort and give great pain relief. In severe cases, we will refer you to your GP for antibiotics to treat the infection and for surgery to remove the nail.
After spending all day on their feet, many tired workers and home makers enjoy treating themselves to pedicures.
Corns are similar to callus made from thickened skin from friction and pressure. They appear mostly on the side or the top of the toes.
Verrucae are warts on the soles of the feet. They may have tiny black dots in the centre.
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