Strain / Arch Pain
High Arch Foot (Pes Cavus)
Fallen Arches / Flat Feet / (ie. Pes Planus)
Plantar Fasciitis (Heel Pain)
Bunion / (ie. Hallux Valgus)
Hammer Toe / Claw Toe
HOW WE TREAT WARTS
If you have a Wart that needs Treatment, there are several options available. If you have exhausted home remedies and are looking for a more powerful way to eliminate the unsightly growth, the Foot Specialists at The Foot Clinic in Toronto can help.
- Types of Warts:
- Common – These Warts can appear as a single Wart or in a cluster or group. They are usually rough, gray-brown bumps that have a dome-shape.
- Periungual – You will find these Warts around Toenails that appear as clusters of rough, irregular bumps.
- Plantar – These Warts are found on the bottom of the Foot, and often develop a callus surrounding the location. Dark specks or black dots may be visible in the Wart. Having one can feel like Walking with a pebble in your Shoe.
If you have Warts that are causing you Discomfort, Pain, or embarrassment (or they are spreading) the Specialists at The Foot Clinic in Toronto have the following Treatment Options:
- Pre-Treatment – If possible, try your best to reduce the size of your Wart before receiving professional Treatment. This will give the Podiatrist the best odds of targeting the ‘root’ rather than excess Skin that has built up around the Wart.
- Liquid Nitrogen – This is one of the most common Treatment options administered to remove Warts. Freezing the Wart cuts off the capillaries that supply Blood to the Wart, causing it to ‘die’.
- Acid Peels – Various acids such as Salicylic Acid may be administered to the Wart in order to get rid of it. Foot Specialists can provide a stronger chemical peel than those available for at-home use, ensuring Patients don’t burn their own Skin or cause permanent scarring in an attempt to remove the Wart.
- Physical Scraping [Debridement] – Scraping down the Wart can be an effective means of Treatment, especially if they are Callused and not causing you Discomfort.
- Multiple Treatments – Most Warts are stubborn and won’t go away without a fight. If you have a particularly tough Wart, it likely requires more than one Treatment to fully wither away.
Contact the Foot Care Specialists in Toronto at The Foot Clinic. We have a team of trained Foot Specialists with years of experience who can help you find the right Treatment Option for your Wart removal and other unwanted Skin growths on your Feet.
Plantar Warts (Verruca)
Children’s Foot / Lower Leg Problems
Stiff Big Toe (Hallux Rigidus)
Fungal Nails (Onychomycosis)
Allergic Contact Dermatitis
Morton’s Neuroma (Nerve Impingement)
Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction (PTTD)
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Arthritis in Toe Joints
Hip Stress Fracture
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