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Common Foot Conditions
Plantar fasciitis, also known as Policeman’s Heel, is one of the most common (and often most painful) issues that people experience with their feet.
Fungal nail infections can be both unsightly and uncomfortable – whilst they are not generally serious they can be difficult to treat effectively.
Verrucae are raised areas of skin, sometimes painful, that appear on the feet as a result of a viral infection that can be tricky to get rid of.
Whilst some degree of hard skin on our feet is natural and part of our body’s self-protection, a build-up of hard skin can be uncomfortable and undesirable.
Corns are a small circular area of thickened hard skin that may appear yellow or white in colour. They can occur on the heels, the ball of the foot or toes.
Athlete’s foot is a rash caused by a fungus, typically affecting between the toes and on the bottom of the feet. It's not serious, but can be uncomfortable.
Bunion is a term used to describe a protrusion of the joint at the base of the big toe. It can be unsightly and extremely painful.
Diabetes is a common condition in which blood sugar levels are higher than they should be. It is very important for all diabetics to take care of their feet.
An ingrowing toe nail is a painful condition where the toenail digs into the flesh at the edge of the nail bed. Any toenail can become ingrown.
If you have had trauma to the nail bed (such as an injury or surgery) then it can take up to 18 months for toenails to fully regrow.