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are viral infections of the foot and are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV).
The invading virus can infect the skin on the sole or toes of the foot, producing a lump or outgrowth.
Studies have shown that with regular treatment from a Chiropodist/Podiatrist, many elderly patients remain ambulatory; active and in their own homes for a longer time period.
Active individuals of all ages also require the professional help of a Chiropodist/Podiatrist to prevent and treat various foot complications.
Treatment varies with the size, severity, location of the plantar wart in addition to the patient’s health status.
Common treatments may include destruction by freezing, heating, laser, surgical removal or other treatments.
The Canadian Federation of Podiatric Medicine and the Ontario Society of Chiropodists encourages all members of the public to have their feet examined as a precautionary measure to promote foot health and overall well being.
Chiropodists may be the first to identify general medical pathology such as diabetes, vascular changes, and rheumatologic problems, severe skin problems such as psoriasis and skin cancer.
Please speak with the Chiropodist for further details at (905) 540-FOOT (3668).
are thick and hard skin due to repeated friction, pressure, or other irritation.
These lesions often have black dots in them due to the capillary vessels supplying the area.
Warts are painful when squeezed and if present on weight bearing surfaces, are often painful to walk on.
Prevention, assessment, diagnosis and treatment require expertise and practical skills.
Foot complications can be reduced and even avoided through thorough foot health education.