If you have painful ingrown toenails, you will want to visit us at LI podiatry, PLLC. Our two expert podiatrists are Dr. Gary B. Feldman and Dr. Marc Schumann. Our Jericho podiatrist
can treat you for ingrown toenails, and even keep them from reoccurring.
If you are coming to see our Jericho podiatrist
for pain from ingrown toenails, you are not alone. This is one of the most commonly treated foot problems at our podiatry practice. If an ingrown toenail is not causing any pain, you may not even realize that you have it. If you have diabetes, it is important that if you have any foot problem, that it is treated immediately so that infection does not develop. If you have an ingrown toenail, you will want to see our Jericho podiatrist at your earliest convenience to make sure it is treated and additional problems, such as foot infection, do not develop. When a patient has an ingrown toenail, it means that a portion of the toenail has grown into the surrounding nail fold. An ingrown toenail can eventually become painful and cause swelling at the site. Sometimes, specific toenails will chronically regrow into the nail fold. Our podiatrists are now able to provide you with a treatment for this. This is a simple procedure which will effectively keep the toenail from ever regrowing, and so this painful foot problem can be avoided in the future. Our podiatrists are also able to treat a wide variety of other foot problems. We are happy to be able to offer innovative treatment with the PinPointe Laser for treatment of nail fungus. This treatment is easy and convenient to get, and will help your discolored and disfigured toenails turn into clearer and healthier nails. If you suffer with toenail fungus, you know that this can be difficult to treat, as toenail fungus can be extremely persistent.
For an appointment to visit our Jericho podiatrist
for treatment of ingrown toenails, toenail fungus, or just about any other foot problem, contact us today.
LI Podiatry, PLLC
232 West Old Country Road
Hicksville, NY 11801
By Gary Feldman, DPM
March 14, 2019