More commonly know as “Athlete’s Foot”, minor cases can be treated at home, if symptoms continue for more than 2 weeks, it’s time to see Dr. Kane. The more proactive you are, the quicker the condition will be resolved and help to stop it spreading throughout your body. She can prescribe much more effective medications that penetrate the skin to attack where the fungus is living and stop its spread.
Ingrown Toe Nails
Ingrown toenails are a very common condition Dr. Kane sees daily. Ingrowns occur when sides of the nails grow into the skin surrounding the nail, causing pinching and irritation to the skin, and if left untreated, can cause an infection. If you see any redness, have pain, see puss or overgrowth of skin please contact us today.
If you are experiencing any thickening, discoloration or brittleness to a portion of or all the toenail you likely have toenail fungus. It’s important to get this treated immediately, as the fungus can spread and cause loosening of others toenails and painful blisters under the nail.