Blisters are one of the most common injuries in running sports and other day to day activities. They have become such a normal aspect of life that we tend not to take them seriously, and end up looking for treatment rather than prevention.Read more
A Plantar wart, or Verruca, is caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) located on the sole of the foot. Plantar warts can be self-limiting, but treatment is generally recommended to lessen symptoms (such as pain), decrease duration, and reduce transmission.Read more
Athletes Foot (also known as Tinea Pedis) is a fungal infection to skin. This condition is very common in an elderly population and as the name implies in athletic populations. Commonly three presentations exist, interdigital being the most common (between the toes), followed by ‘moccasin’ (on the sole of the foot) and finally vesticular (small blister like lesions).Read more
Onychomycosis or Fungal Nail Infection is very common in toenails as fungal organisms are attracted to dark and humid environments such as inside a shoe. Fungal Nail Infection can affect any nail and any portion of nail. Cases can range from mild to severe. Nails with mild fungal infection appear white yellow in patches. the more severe fungal nails appear yellow, thick, crumbly and sometime painful. Most clients presenting with fungal nails report their main concern is the unsightly appearance of the fungal nails.Read more
Our feet play a significant role in getting us around in our day to day activities. Every time we stand, walk or run our feet take have to deal with the burden of our entire bodies weight, as well as the frictions and various pressures from movements and footwear choices. When this pressure becomes too much for this area the body often responds by producing a thicker, dense layer of skin. These patches of thickened skin are known as callus and are part of the bodies way of protecting the underlying tissues from possible damaging forces.Read more
What is Urea Cream?
Urea is a naturally occurring compound found in the human body. Produced from salt compounds, the body uses it in the same way as the urea found in the skin. It is an important part of the bodies natural moisturising process in which the skin is hydrated.
What is Urea Cream used for?
Dr.’s REMEDY®, Enriched Nail Polish is a line of podiatrist formulated nail care. The nail products contain a blend of organic ingredients that help strengthen nails and improve their natural color—without harsh chemicals. Sourced from the highest quality actives, this unique formulation contains nourishing vitamins, natural extracts and essential oils that work together to improve the health and vitality of your nails. Every bottle is free of formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, toluene, parabens, and phthalates—all potential carcinogens.Read more