Grady Podiatry Now Offers Laser Treatment for Fungal Nails
By: Grady Podiatry, LLC
Toenail fungus is unlikely to get better without treatment. Once established it will generally continue to get worse and risk infecting other nails too. Traditional treatments such as medications and topical paints and creams show only limited success in curing the condition and it will often recur.
Do I Have Fungal Nail Infection?
The signs and symptoms can be subtle at first, but once established, the nails can become very badly damaged:
Will it Go Away Naturally?
No, fungal nail infection is very unlikely to clear up without treatment.
Untreated, fungal nail infection can spread to other nails too. Very well established infections can also cause discomfort as the nail becomes thick and rubs in footwear. Which is why with your first session we send you home a Free Home Care Kit to assist in maintaining a fungal free environment.
What Does the Laser Actually Do?
It will cost $45.00 per toenail which includes two visits and a free home care kit.
First Laser Treatment Session
Take home a free home care kit which includes:
ABOUT GRADY PODIATRY
Grady Podiatry offers a wide variety of services to treat our patients and strives to improve the overall health and well-being. We focus on preventing, diagnosing, and treating conditions associated with the foot and ankle.
More than 75% of all Americans will experience foot and ankle problems of varying degrees at one time in their lives. As older Americans are living longer, healthier lives and the general public's emphasis and interest in sports increase the need for healthy feet the need for podiatric physicians will continue to grow.
Grady Podiatry focuses on preventing the need for surgery and amputations. We specialize in treatment for a variety of foot and ankle ailments, including calluses, ingrown toenails, heel spurs, and arch problems. In addition, Grady Podiatry also treats foot and leg problems associated with diabetes and other systemic diseases. With Dr. Jennifer Flo, a dedicated wound-healing physician, Grady Podiatry offers the treatment of chronic or difficult-to-
A general overview of Grady Podiatry services and focus includes but not limited to:
If you have any questions, please contact us by calling (440) 333-7722 and schedule an appointment.