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Wednesday, 05 December 2018 14:56

Don’t Tremble at Warts on Your Feet

Plantar warts are more complicated and annoying than you may think. We cast them as unsightly, yet ignore them until they force us to take action. Warts that occur on your feet happen because of a viral infection that usually presents itself on the bottom of your feet. This can cause them to have a flattened appearance yet also produce pain due to their location when walking. Discomfort can differ by age and generally results in a greater amount of pain for children.

Warts are prone to being delicate from any compression. Appropriate treatment is required to prevent them from spreading since they tend to multiply rapidly. To prevent this from happening, focused treatment is the key to avoiding pain and proliferation. Plantar warts spread quickly and may end up on other parts of your body if you are not careful.

Treatment for this condition includes:

  • Using suitable medicines can assist with removing plantar warts since they can target the virus causing them. Those that toughen your body’s ability to fight off viral infections will help you to avoid them in the long term.
  • Another method will require using liquid nitrogen directly on your warts. This will make it possible to scrape them off. This triggers a reaction that may make it easier to attack the virus in a quick manner.

Here at Family Foot Care of Southern Maryland, our podiatrists Dr. Jeffrey IdolDr. Judith Olkaba and Dr. Ruth P. Devadas want to not only treat the warts you currently have on your feet but also want to help make sure they do not come back in the future! The underlying cause of your plantar warts coupled with a change in care can help to make this happen. Please contact us for an appointment today. Don’t forget to check out our four offices conveniently located in Owings, Lexington Park, LaPlata and Huntingtown. We look forward to making your foot wart issues a problem of the past and invite you to give us a chance to do so.