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The Journey to Fungus-Free Feet

Are you ready for Spring Break? It’s right around the corner—April 3-10 for Roanoke County Public Schools—so perhaps you have travel plans in place for the family. There might be some things you haven’t thought of, though, like making sure you have fungus-free feet! You don’t want to be embarrassed by unsightly, discolored toenails when you head to the beach or, worse, let the condition keep you away in the first place. Fortunately, we offer laser treatment for fungus that will clear up your nails.

Having fungus-free feet isn’t always just a cosmetic matter. When you have a fungal infection, it is also a health issue, especially for those who live with diabetes. Having an infection and a condition that impairs your immune system is never a good combination. Whether you want to clear up your nails for health or peace of mind, it is important to understand how to get help.

The first step in your journey to clear, healthy nails is to simply schedule an appointment with us. In the initial consultation, we will go over the procedure together and you can ask us any questions you might have. On the day of your treatment, you can expect an approximately half-hour session. Once the session is done, you will walk out and proceed to do anything you were planning to do the rest of the day. It is that easy.

The fungus may be completely eliminated after that initial session, but is important to keep in mind that your toenail will not become clear instantly. It will take time for your nail to grow out clear and free from fungus. There is also a chance that additional sessions will be necessary, but we can evaluate that and discuss it with you.

You don’t have to suffer from the embarrassment and health risk of fungal nails! Start your journey to fungus-free feet with the professionals at Shenandoah Podiatry. Call our Roanoke office at (540) 904-1458, or use our convenient online form to request your appointment today. Also, connect with us on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and Twitter to stay current with the latest news and tips, and to let us know how you think we are doing.

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