What is Hard Skin?
Hard skin, medically termed callus, is an area of thickened hard skin, that may appear yellowish in colour. It can occur in a number of places on the foot, commonly on the big toe, tops of toes, heel area etc.
- a thorough assessment to determine the cause of the callus
- implementation of a management / treatment plan.
- maintenance appointments to keep the callus reduced
- use of padding to prevent the pressure
- footwear fitting advice (if required)
- provision of foot orthotics or supports to relieve the pressure under the foot
- surgical correction of the bony prominence that may be causing the high pressure area
This includes professional toenail cut & file, removal of corns, and callus, moisturiser to finish.
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This is the Ultimate foot care treatment, includes Balbacare pedicure system, professional cuticle work, cut and file, removal of hard skin.
Chiropodists and podistrist can help diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of foot and lower limb problems, Our chiropodist and podiatrist is qualified to BSc Podiatric Degree standards, As well as dealing with minor foot treatments, such as corns, hard skin (callus), ingrown toenails, bunions, verruca, athletes foot, fungal nail infections, infected toenail, skin problems, we can also deliver fast and effective podiatric treatments such as surgery under local anaesthetic to deal with ingrown or infected toenails (ingrown toenail surgery). Our podiatrist can also deal with a wide variety of foot problems, such morton's neuroma, plantar fasciitis, metatarsaligia, neuropathy, over pronation, gait analysis, insoles and orthotic prescriptions, children's foot problems, sports injuries, arthritis, diabetic footcare, elderly foot care and gait changes, plus a whole lot more. we also offer some of the most up to date treatments in the UK, such as Low level laser therapy, which has been proven to treat a wide spectrum of painful foot conditions, such as plantar fasciitis, gout, arthritis, heel pain, achilles tendonitis, knee and ankle pain.