CASE STUDY: TREATING A STUBBORN FUNGAL NAIL INFECTION USING COLD LASER
Our secret formula for getting RELIEF from plantar fasciitis heel pain!
We first met Debbie just over 12 months ago, when she came in looking for a way
to fix her fungal toenail infection. Debbie first noticed the yellow/white patch on her right big toenail over three years ago, after removing nail polish that she had applied at a nail salon.
Beautiful, healthy looking nails in one appointment? You’ve got it!
Have you got pain at the bottom of your heels that is worst first thing in the morning? Have you tried rolling your feet over ice bottles and tennis balls but the pain is still there? Have you been putting up with the pain and aches for months without relief? Are you worried the pain might be getting worse? Do you want to know how our podiatrists that specialize in heel pain help our patients finally get rid of their heel pain once and for all?
Then this is exactly for you.
We’re all about innovation, delivering world-class services, and going above and beyond to deliver the best results for our patients here at The Podiatrist. That’s why very excited to have a new product on trial and what it can offer you. Without further adieu, let us introduce you to…
Five Things You Didn’t Know Podiatrists Can Help You With
Fun & active activities for the last week of the school holidays here in Toowoomba!
“You can help me with THAT?” and “You do THAT too?” are phrases we hear very often as Podiatrists. This is usually by patients that have only experienced Podiatry as trimming toenails, as told by their grandparents or family member. The truth is that that sort of nail care is only a very small fraction of what we do here at The Podiatrist. We thought we’d fill you in (and likely surprise you if you haven’t been to our clinic before) with FIVE things we can help you with other than your nails that you may not even know!
Congratulations! You’ve successfully made it through the first week of your kids being on holiday. Now we’re into week two and if the activity ideas are starting to running out, then this is for you! We thought we’d put together a few fun ideas for the last week of the school holidays that’ll guarantee a lot of fun and a lot of energy used!
What could be causing your heel pain?
Heel pain sucks. Yep, we said it, and unfortunately, we hear things a lot worse about their heel pain from our patients every day. Heel pain, and foot pain generally, is one of those frustrating problems where all of a sudden you realised how much you’ve taken walking around pain-free for granted for your entire life. And it’s true - it’s a debilitating injury that impacts your whole day and ability to not just do the things you love, but just complete your everyday tasks and chores.
Bunions: How to stop those frustrating bumps on the sides of your feet from getting worse!
You may have been noticing those bony bumps developing on the sides of your big toes for a while now. You may be feeling somewhat frustrated that it’s now become more difficult for you to fit into your shoes, especially ones that are narrower around the toes. You may be getting some redness, blister, corns or pain on the sides of your toes at the bunions. Whether you’ve felt one or all of these symptoms, we understand! These bumps have developed and you just want them gone. Let us explain exactly what’s going on and how you’ve ended up with bunions.
Do you feel more wobbly or unstable on your feet?
If you’ve ever felt unsteady walking over uneven ground, weakness in your ankles, like you roll your ankles more often than others, like your feet ankles get a lot more tired and achy when you’re not wearing supportive shoes? Then this blog is exactly for you.
Lunula Laser - Bringing World Class Facilities to Toowoomba
Here at The Podiatrist, fungal nail infections (onychomycosis) are a common problem that patients come seeking advice and treatment for. People are generally concerned that it makes their feet look ‘ugly’ or ‘unhealthy’, and tend to get embarrassed about it. This causes many people to either cover up their feet with shoes or apply nail paint, both of which will encourage the infection to thrive.
Along with the excitement of the game, come the injuries. At times, we see the effects of injury on the court. We may also notice a marked absence of our favourite players, both at the Australian Open and in tournaments around the world. Injuries affect tennis pros, casual weekend players or learners alike. One of the best ways of preventing injuries is knowing your risks. So we’ve compiled our top 5 tennis injuries, so you know what to look out for - and tips on how to decrease the risk of injury!