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Southport Chiropdy offers a range of Podiatry treatments to get you back on your feet. Undertaken at a clean and comfortable clinic in Southport.

Verruca Treatment southport

Verruca Treatment

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Highly effective Cryotherapy and caustic therapy treatment plans are available to treat the verruca. This treatment is better than anything that you can get over the counter and is unique to trained podiatrists.

Ingrown Toenails treatment southport

Ingrown Toenails

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Early treatment can usually be quite simple with the minimum of discomfort. If the toe has become badly infected then sometimes a small procedure under local anaesthetic might be required to remove the ingrown nail.

Corns and Calluses treatment southport

Corns and Calluses

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Removing a corn is usually painless. Joanne has lots of experience in treating them, along with calluses and other hard foot skin issues. You can be sure of helpful advice to prevent future return.

Biomechanical abnormalities treatment southport

Biomechanical Abnormalities

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Runners and athletes can benefit from a biomechanical examination particularly if they suffer from pain or soreness in the feet, legs, knees or hips after activity. It looks at joints, muscles and general posture.

Fungal Nail treatment southport

Fungal Nails

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Toenail fungus is an infection that gets in through cracks in your nail or cuts in your skin. It can make your toenail change colour or get thicker. It can also hurt and can produce an embarrassing smell. Because toes are often warm and damp, fungus grows well there.

Athletes Foot treatment southport

Athlete’s Foot

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Athlete’s foot is a skin fungal infection. It can lead to itchy, cracked, blistered or peeling areas of skin along with redness and scaling. It can occur on moist, waterlogged skin usually between the fourth and fifth toes, or on dry, flaky skin around the heels or elsewhere on the foot. If left untreated, it can infect the nails.

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