We treat a variety of painful and uncomfortable skin and toenail conditions. Skin conditions of the foot include Athlete’s foot (tinea pedis), psoriasis, diabetic ulcers, corns, warts and callouses.
Athlete’s foot is an extremely contagious foot fungus that thrives and spreads in damp, dark environments such as showers, locker rooms, swimming pools and bathrooms as well as moist socks and shoes. Symptoms include inflammation, itching, burning, and scaling on the toes and foot.
Corns and warts are thickened skin and growths caused by weight-bearing pressure or friction (repeated rubbing) on the toes, heals or balls of the feet.
Psoriasis leads to similar symptoms as Athlete’s foot, but it is not contagious.
Common toenail conditions include ingrown toenails (onychogryphosis), the painful result of a toenail growing into the surrounding skin and nail fungus, which causes the toenails to become thick, discolored and extremely brittle.
Get in touch with us at Cornerstone Footcare to find out what we can do to diagnose and treat skin and toenail conditions like these.
- Ingrown Toenails: We treat onychogryphosis (ingrown toenails), a painful condition that occurs when the edge of a toenail grows into the surrounding skin.
- Athlete’s Foot: We treat Athlete’s foot, a common fungus that causes itching, redness, burning and scaling around the toes and on the foot.
- Toe Nail Fungus: If you notice your toe nails are thick, brittle, discolored or crumbling, you might have toe nail fungus—a condition best treated by an expert.
- Skin Lesions: Our experts treat various types of skin lesions on the foot and heel, including warts, corns and callouses.