Dermatological conditions that can be located on the feet:
- Hyperkeratosis and helomas (corns and calluses)
- Fungal infections
- Bacteria (erythrasma, punctate keratolysis)
- Papillomas or warts
- Changes in sweating (hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating, xerosis or dry skin), keratoderma or pathological thickening of the skin, dyshidrotic eczema (appearance of vesicles accompanied by itching), atopic dermatitis (skin disease with a lot of itching), Psoriasis, etc.
- Onychocryptosis (ingrown toenail)
- Onychogryphosis (thickened nail)
- Onychomycosis (fungal nails)
- Chromonychia or changes in the normal color of the nails
- Exostoses or subungual bony prominences, masses
Prevention and treatment of dermatological conditions that can be located in the feet, as well as personalized insoles for the elimination of hyperpressure that can develop wounds and complications thereof.
THE THIRD AGE
Foot care in the elderly, together with adequate orthopedic treatments (insoles) for a correct gait, favor the independence of the elderly person, prevent falls and other problems associated with immobility.
Dr. Toni Albite, Podiatrist PCV