Blog

A fungal nail infection can look very unpleasant and sometimes ugly. Especially during the summer months or on holiday when our feet are on display! Fungal infection. Where does it come from? Fungus is everywhere. It’s how the natural world decays

Take care of your feet with rest and exercise Sitting with your feet up for 10 minutes after a long day helps circulation. To refresh feet, massage gently with a foot roller, or better still, ask you partner to massage

The Mail on Sunday Pain-free laser that banishes toenail fungus – caused by wearing sweaty trainers By Roger Dobson for The Mail on Sunday Are your feet fungus free? Wearing hot, sweaty trainers can encourage fungal spores. Doctors are using

Keeping feet looking healthy for spring At the end of the long winter months our feet may feel neglected. Months of feet being in warm winter shoes often leaves them feeling dry and uncom-fortable. Dry feet can look and feel

FUNGAL NAIL INFECTIONS How do tell there is a fungal nail infection? Fungal nails become discoloured with yellowish-brown patches or white flecks within the appearance. The nails often become thickened and in the later stages nails start to crumble with

NEW TO WAVERLEY FOOT CLINIC

Lunula ‘cold’ Laser is the latest technology to treat fungal nail infections is now available at Waverley Foot Clinic. View the video below to see how the laser can remove the problem of fungal nails. Find out more about our