Ease Your Feet
CALLUS: "A callus is an extended area of thickened skin on the soles of the feet, and occurs on areas of pressure. It is the body's reaction to pressure or friction, and can appear anywhere the skin rubs against a bone, a shoe, or the ground" (The Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists). If the callus is painful and feels as if you are "walking on stones" Rianna will be able to remove the hard skin and help relieve pain. She will advise you why this has happened and, where possible, how to prevent it happening again.
CORNS: "There are different types of corns but the two most common are hard and soft corns.They appear as small, concentrated areas of hard skin up to the size of a small pea, usually within a wider area of thickened skin or callous. DON'T CUT THE CORNS YOURSELF."(The Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists)Rianna can remove corns painlessly returning your feet to the comfort you are used to.
INGROWING TOENAIL: "An ingrowing toenail is one that pierces the flesh of the toe. It can feel as if you have a splinter, and can be extremely painful. In more severe cases, it can cause pus and bleeding. Ingrowing toenails most commonly affect the big toenail, but can affect the other toes too". (The Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists) For the most basic painful and irritable ingrowing toenail, Rianna will remove the offending spike of nail and cover with an antiseptic dressing.
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ATHLETE'S FOOT : "Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection. It can lead to intense itching, cracked, blistered or peeling areas of skin, redness and scaling. It can occur on moist, waterlogged skin especially between the fourth and fifth toes, or on dry, flaky skin around the heels or elsewhere on the foot. You should be able to get rid of athlete’s foot on your own, but a chiropodist can help you pinpoint the best treatment for your particular type of athlete’s foot".(The Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists) Rianna can also help if the fungal infection has spread to your nails, by reducing the thickness and cutting back the nails, thereby exposing the infected nailbed to a lighter, cooler environment.
VERRUCA: "A verruca is simply a wart that is usually found on the soles of your feet, though they can also appear around the toes. Verrucas are highly contagious and should really be treated by a specialist. In the early stages, a verruca looks like a small, dark, puncture mark but later turns grey or brown. It may become rough and bumpy with a cauliflower-like appearance and may develop a black spot in the middle, which is caused by bleeding. (The Society of Chiropodists & Podiatrists)A verruca can grow to half an inch in diameter and may spread into a cluster of small warts." If you thnk you may have a verruca then please talk to Rianna as soon as you can and she will advise you on a plan of action.
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