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General Podiatry

Following Dermatological, Neurological and Vascular assessments, nails are cut and tidied. Hard skin/callus and corns are removed before the skin is moisturised using enriched foot cream.

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Verrucae

The Nantwich Clinic provide several treatment options for verrucae, warts and other benign skin lesions.

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Fungal Nail

The Nantwich Clinic are proud to offer state of the art treatment solutions for fungal nails with PACT®

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Ingrown Toenails

The Nantwich Clinic can provide pain free treatment and surgery options to treat ingrown toenails.

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Corns

Corns always occur over a bony prominence, such as a joint.

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Callus

A callus, or callosity, is an extended area of thickened skin.

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Heel Pain

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain

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Atheletes Foot

Athlete’s foot is a highly contagious fungal infection which can spread anywhere.

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Gout

Gout is an arthritic condition that affects more men than women.

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Bunions

he excess bony lump to the side of the big toe that is commonly termed as a ‘bunion’

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Sweaty Feet

Known as Hyperhidrosis, it has a lot to do with how the sweat glands work.

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Feet During Pregnancy

A podiatrist can advise on treatment and prevention of your foot pain.

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Chillblains

Chilblains are small itchy, dusky red to blue, lozenge shaped swellings on the skin.

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Older Feet

Older feet naturally develop more problems because the skin tends to lose its’ elasticity.

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Rhuematoid Arthritis

Podiatrists can do many things to make walking less painful.

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Diabetes

One of the early changes can be loss of sensation in the feet, often starting at the toes.

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