Category: Fungal Problems

3 Great Treatments for Fungal Toenails

Toenail fungus can be an unsightly and smelly mess that can really ruin the condition of your toenails. It makes your nails turn yellow, thick, and brittle, and there is often a foul odor associated with the fungal activity. The cause of a fungal nail infection is the same fungi that create athlete’s foot infections, […]

Preventing Toenail Fungus

Are you experiencing signs of toenail fungus? This condition is very common and has an unwieldy name—onychomycosis. There are actually several different species of fungi that cause the toenail infection, but the primary culprit is the same fungus that causes athlete’s foot. The signs and symptoms of toenail fungus Discoloration and yellowing of the nail […]

Effective Treatment for Toenail Fungus

It was easy to hide your toenails in the winter, but are they ready for sandal season? Toenail fungus can be an embarrassing and stubborn condition if you do not get proper treatment. Get help from experienced podiatrists to achieve healthier, clear nails! What does nail fungus look like? Nail fungus is caused by an […]

8 Tips to Avoid Nail Fungus

With summer weather in full swing in Pennsylvania, there are more opportunities for sandals and being barefoot for swimming and other summer activities. With so many chances to show off your feet, no one wants to have fungal toenails, an infection that results in thick, discolored, brittle, foul-smelling nails. Nail fungus is caused by small […]

Eliminating Toenail Fungus Important in Diabetic Nail Care

Fungal nail can be a problem for anyone, but for an individual with diabetes it can be the start of serious complications. Onychomycosis, or toenail fungus, penetrates the nail bed which makes it hard to eliminate. Your toenails get brittle and easily break. If they break into sharp points they can damage nearby tissue and […]

New Nail Laser Centers Fight Toenail Fungus

Onychomycosis – it’s a long and scary word – but it’s simply a common fungal infection of the nail. You may be at risk for this embarrassing and sometimes painful condition if you have diabetes or circulatory problems. You may also have a greater chance of fungal nail if you have had trauma to the […]

Don’t Ignore the Itch of Athlete’s Foot

If you’ve been hitting the gym or enjoying outdoor exercise at a swimming pool, good for you! Keep up the good work in building aerobic exercise into your busy schedule. However, watch out for fungal infections like Athlete’s foot that love warm, moist environments. Those who wear damp socks or tight shoes, or walk barefoot […]

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