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Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of foot or heel pain. It is characterized by an inflamed thick tissue at the bottom part of the foot. The tissue connects the bone of the heel to the toes.
An ingrown toenail occurs when the side or corner of the toenail curves, growing into the surrounding skin. The condition is painful as the soft skin swells and becomes red, and sometimes an infection occurs.
Podiatry can be performed in the comfort of your own home as well as at our clinic. If you find yourself unable to get out, or if you would simply prefer to be treated at home, we can help. We pride ourselves on delivering the same quality of care regardless of where we work.
Ingrown nails are a common condition that occurs when the corners or edges of the toenail grow into the flesh. Ingrown toenails usually affect the big toe, resulting in pain, swelling, redness, and even infection. When the situation is mild, you can take care of the ingrown nail yourself.
The largest of the 26 bones in your foot is the heel bone. It has a network of more than a hundred ligaments, muscles, and tendons, in addition to 33 joints. Like all bones in your body, it is subject to various influences that can affect its operation or integrity. Specific injuries or problems, such as heel pain, can make it difficult for you to stay on your feet.