Many foot ailments are treated at the office including ingrown toenails, corns and calluses, pain to the ball of the foot, arch or heel pain, warts, fungal, thick or discolored toenails, athlete’s foot, hammertoes, bunions, etc. It is amazing how simple small changes in footwear, scraping of corns/calluses, or the right padding techniques can resolve foot pain.
Ingrown toenails can become very painful and become infected. The doctors are very successful treating these in a very painless and conservative manner. If needed, however, a more aggressive surgical treatment may be performed in the office, which can be permanent or temporary.
Warts can also become painful and can spread easily to other areas of the foot or other house-hold members. Early treatment proves the most successful. The doctors will discuss the options, almost always avoiding cutting out the warts which can leave a scar. They have been very successful with chemical treatments performed in the office or by prescription.