Treatment for Foot Fungus in Nassau County

Podiatrist in Nassau County

Treatment for Foot Fungus in Nassau County

Treatment for Foot Fungus in Nassau County

Foot fungus can be a very uncomfortable thing to deal with. Although it may not cause direct pain, it will likely make you feel uncomfortable and self conscious. Fortunately with the right treatment, foot fungus can be eradicated. Cherrywood Foot Care in Nassau County can diagnose and treat your foot fungus with techniques such as laser treatment therapy designed specifically for foot fungus.

Onychomycosis, or foot fungus, is when the toenail becomes thickened and discolored to a shade of green, white, black, or yellow. Infected nails often appear crumbly and brittle with some pieces breaking away from the toe or finger completely. Although those afflicted will not likely face daily pain, if left untreated the toenail can become so thick that it can press against the inside of the shoes, causing pressure, pain, and irritation. Also, a fungal infection left untreated can lead to long-term complications such as infection spread to other areas of the foot

The use of Laser therapy has been introduced as effective treatment for onychomycosis. This Laser treatment kills the pathogens causing the nail fungus. This treatment is fairly new to the world of podiatric medicine but is extremely effective. The treatment takes about 20-30 minutes. It’s a patented device utilizing a very tight spectrum of near-infrared light, passing through the toenail without causing damage to the nail or surrounding skin. Although the treatment is fairly new, many patients living in Nassau County have benefitted from the treatment of laser therapy for foot fungus. There are very few side effects associated with this treatment. Oral medications used to treat foot fungus are linked with side effects including damage to the liver, kidney, and eyes.

If you live in Nassau County and are looking for a treatment for foot fungus, look no further than Cherrywood Foot Care in Bellmore. Their experienced staff of podiatrists can help treat your foot fungus so that you can prevent long-term complications as well as increase your overall confidence.  Contact us for more information regarding the treatment and to set up an appointment.