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Fungal Nail Infection

January 22nd, 2013

Fungal nail infections are extremely common, estimated to affect over a million people in the UK at any one time. Affecting toenails more commonly than fingernails, they are persistent and require perseverance to manage and treat. When infected by fungal spores the nail tip becomes yellow in colour and can thicken. Skin and nail accumulate under the nail bed and the nail itself can become scaly and misshapen.

For help in understanding how to treat a fungal nail infection, call our podiatrist/chiropodist, Hilary Rimmer at The Olney Treatment Rooms on 01234 240444.

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