Skin treatments

Here is a list of the most frequently prescribed skin treatments by podiatrists. Podiatrists can also treat many other skins conditions that affect the feet. Call the foot clinic nearest you to see if it can help you with your specific problem.

Nail treatments(5) Pain management(19) Skin treatments(5)

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Treatment for excessive foot sweating

Excessive sweating is a symptom of hyperhidrosis, a medical disorder that affects the sweat glands. The soles of the feet have a high concentration of these glands, therefore they are more likely to be impacted by excessive perspiration. Although there are various home therapies for hyperhidrosis, a more serious problem will almost certainly necessitate expert…

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Partial or complete foot amputation

An amputation is a surgical procedure that removes a limb or part of a limb. It is usually employed when the affected limb is in danger of becoming seriously infected or poisoning the rest of the body. While it may seem drastic, this measure is a valid last resort. Let's see what can lead to…

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Treating frostbite on the feet and toes

Often linked to mountain climbing and other winter activities, frostbite can also occur in anyone exposed to the cold. Of course, most Quebecers naturally anticipate the onset of winter with some exasperation, but many have no clue about the extent of the damage frostbite can cause. The extremities of the body are particularly susceptible to…

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Foot care – Nails, corns and calluses treatment

Performed by a podiatrist, foot care includes many treatments and assessments aimed at preventing pain, reducing restrictions and promoting comfort. They can even be performed at home by a specialized caregiver. A versatile professional, the podiatrist uses a variety of treatments to the benefit of your feet: Physical treatments;. Pharmacological treatments;. Orthopedic treatments;. Surgical treatments.…

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A podiatrist’s treatment for plantar warts

Plantar warts are common skin lesions that can be quite unsightly. They are often harmless, although they can be infectious and unpleasant. In reality, these growths on the foot might cause bleeding or create other issues such as irritation, pain, or infectious cellulitis in the long run. Furthermore, if you are diabetic, elderly, or immunosuppressed,…

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