Podology

MEDICAL PEDICURE

Medical Pedicure is the latest trend in the world of podiatry. It combines a full medical treatment of your feet, with a luxury foot pampering. This is the perfect choice for people who want the very best treatment for their feet so that they can look and feel as well groomed as possible. Pedicure is a specialist treatment aimed at alleviating and ultimately curing changes on the skin of the feet and nails. This type of pedicure is intended for patients whose feet are affected by footprints, warts, cracking heels, calluses, ingrown toenails or ringworms and for all those who want to take care of their feet in a professional way. The treatment is preceded by a podiatry consultation, during which the podologist evaluates the condition of the feet visually and selects the appropriate treatment method. Regularly performed pedicure allows you to keep your feet in a good shape at all times, reducing the possibility of pathological changes to a minimum.

The phenomenon of cracking heels is extremely persistent and painful. In the initial stage, heel cracking is manifested by the presence of a heavily thickened stratum corneum, roughness and flakiness.Treating the cracked skin on your heels involves removing hard, dead skin using a milling machine. After removal of hyperkeratoses, thorough purification and development of changes with antiseptic principles, a mask with a medicinal preparation is applied to moisten and relieve irritation. The treatment is usually repeated every two weeks to four and the result of treatment depends not only on skills and expertise of the podologist but also on the patient’s regularity in the use of preparations recommended by the clinician.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Ingrown Nail is a painful complaint within one of the toes of the foot. With the incidence of ingrown nails, we have to do when the nail plate sticks to the soft tissue of the nail shaft. This can happen through mechanical injury, infections, practicing certain sports, incorrect, too deep clipping of the nail, as well as wearing ill-fitting footwear. Genetic predisposition may also be the cause of this ailment. Transverse flat feet and bunions. In the science of podiatry, the patient can get advice on the correct and effective treatment of ingrown nails. This is not always associated with surgical treatment – less invasive methods are also known, such as tamponade, wire, metal and plastic clamps.

Of course, prints are changes characterised by a clearly delimited focal point with a hard core that penetrates the living layers of the epidermis and into the dermis. The impressions give a very strong pain because the core created causes pressure on the nerve endings. The fingerprints are professionally removed using a special vacuum cutter. Then, using a milling machine, surface of the developed changes is smoothed and disinfected. The place so prepared should be secured with an appropriate care agent, dressing applied and let for relief to protect the exposed area from further compression. And calluses are changes related to the stratum corneum, most commonly seen in the plantar area of ​​the feet, on the fingers, and also on the inside of the hand. The calluses are formed as a result of long-lasting friction and pressure, for example by elements of badly fitting footwear or irritation through the joints and bones of adjacent fingers.

Nipple removal requires proper diagnosis and the use of specialised treatment, therefore it is very important that all treatments are performed by a qualified podologist. It is advisable to use conservative treatment with the use of silver or a preparation with lactic acid. Removal of warts is possible in both adults and children and is carried out under sterile conditions and if well done can be painless.

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