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Plantar warts treatment

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The procedure

Plantar warts are treated by applying a chemical product directly on the lesion after debridement or by using a needleless injector to inject a medication. Left untreated, warts can multiply, grow in size and become painful when walking.

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Related conditions

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  • Excessive sweating
  • Mycotic nails
  • Ingrown toenail
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Diabetic foot
  • Corns and calluses

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Excessive sweating

Did you know that there are ways to control excessive sweating of the feet ? Your podiatrist will give you advices on daily hygiene and shoe care and prescribe a treatment if necessary.

Excessive sweating

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Mycotic nails

Onychomycosis is a frequently seen fungal infection. When in doubt, the podiatrist will take a specimen of your toenail to confirm his diagnosis. There are topical and oral medications to treat onychomycosis.

•Yellow-brown or white discoloration ;
•Presence of debris under the toenail ;
•Thickened and crumbly toenails.

Mycotic nails

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Ingrown toenail

This frequently seen problem can be treated by cutting the portion of the nail that has penetrated the skin with a technique called slant back. It can also be permanently treated under local anesthesia with a minor surgery called partial matricectomy.

•Redness, swelling and pain at the periphery of the nail ;
•Possible discharge of pus.

Ingrown toenail

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Plantar fasciitis

The plantar fascia, a structure extending from the heel to the toes, acts as a support to the arch of the foot. It is extremely sollicitated during the walk, therefore often injured. Many factors can lead to a plantar fasciitis like inadequate footwear or a biomecanical malalignment of your feet. Your podiatrist can identify the cause and propose different treatments such as therapeutic bandages, ultrasound therapy, anti-inflammatory medication, a cortisone injection and foot orthotics.

•Pain in the heel area or in the arch ;
•Worst when getting up in the morning or after a long sitting time.

Plantar fasciitis

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Diabetic foot

Peripheric neuropathy, a loss of nerve sensitivity, is a possible result of diabetes and can be painful everyday. Your podiatrist can evaluate your foot sensitivity with a few neurological tests. This evaluation will help you treat related foot problems and prevent ulcers.

Diabetic foot

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Corns and calluses

Corns are located on pressure points under the feet or between the toes. Painful or not, if left untreated, they can become larger , thicker and deeper. Calluses are areas of your feet where the skin gets thicker because of a repeated friction or plantar pression. The podiatrist will debride corns and calluses with sterile instruments and give you some advice on different creams to apply at home.

Corns and calluses