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I offer the treatment of corns, callous, ingrown toenails, reduction of thickened nails and routine toenail cutting, all carried out in the comfort of your own home. I also have the knowledge and experience to offer my services to diabetic patients.
Home visits are available Monday - Thursday (excl. Public Holidays) in Gosport, Lee on the Solent, Hill Head, Stubbington, Titchfield & Fareham.
If you live in another area please use the links page to locate a practitioner near you from the available organisations and associations.
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If you have received home visit foot care treatment, I welcome your feedback. Please post comments below and/or post a review on Google
Not used to using this type of service (but now age dictates otherwise), I was at ease as soon as I opened the door to let her in. Well worth her fee and more. Thanks Sharon.
Athlete’s Foot (tinea pedis)...
Fact Sheet Number 1 : Athletes Foot
Athletes foot is a common foot infection and 7 out of 10 people can suffer with it at some point in their life. It is very contagious, but can be easily treated. It normally starts between the fourth and fifth toes. The skin between the toes can become white, moist and then split, quite often becoming itchy.
It thrives in warm moist conditions and therefore can be transmitted in areas such as swimming changing/shower rooms, even sharing contaminated objects such as towels and bed sheets.
To help prevent Athletes foot occurring always dry your feet thoroughly, especially in between your toes. Wear clean cotton socks every day and allow your feet to breathe by taking off your shoes at home. Wear flip-flop type footwear in swimming changing/shower areas.
Treatment is available in various forms, usually external use products such as powder sprinklers, pump sprays and creams obtainable over the counter from the chemist. Carefully read and follow the instructions on any medication that you purchase without prescription. If unsure about which treatment to use ask the Pharmacist for a recommendation. Especially applicable to those of you suffering from diabetes.
Consult your GP if…
• Symptoms persist after following the recommended treatment
• Foot is red, hot and painful (could be a more serious infection)