Fungal Nails

Fungi called Dermatophytes live harmlessly on the skin but can often multiply and lead to infection in dark, warm and moist environments such as the feet. Certain shoes can make the feet hot and sweaty which can lead to the fungi multiplying quickly. Not keeping the feet clean and dry can also increase infection risk.

The infection will progress if left untreated. The nail can become discoloured with the nail turning white, yellow, green or even black. The nail can become thickened and the texture can change making it difficult to trim. The shape of the nail can also change which can cause discomfort when placing pressure on the toes that are affected.

We treat this

Carlisle Road Foot Care

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Derry, BT48 6JL

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