The feet are a complex system of bones, muscles and tendons that can change up to 25 times in a lifetime. There may be changes in the foot in the area of the front of the foot and changes in the skin and nails. These can cause pain, so we can help you in such situations.
It is especially important for people with diabetes mellitus: diabetes can damage nerves and blood vessels, cause wounds and ulcers that do not heal well, and tissue death in the leg. This is called “diabetic foot syndrome.” If not treated in a timely manner and in an appropriate manner, amputation can occur.
With medical foot care, we can also prevent and rehabilitate other foot problems. These include:
Athletic foot, warts and corns are among the typical pathological changes of the skin on the foot. These changes in the skin can be accompanied by unpleasant pain that people usually complain of.
Medical foot care can be helpful even if mobility is limited and it is therefore difficult to take care of our feet ourselves. Foot care in old age is often a neglected part of personal hygiene. This is because those affected can sometimes no longer easily reach their feet. Therefore, the elderly and people in need of care are professionally cared for by a pedicurist. If the feet are treated for medical reasons, medical foot care is used.
Instruments such as scalpels, pliers, drills and grinders are used (which have very high speeds of 40,000 turns and are very effective for demanding handling) but also ointments, tinctures and disinfectants.
Medical pedicure combines cosmetic and health aspects, both in the care and in the preventive prevention of foot disease.
We also advise on solving foot problems in everyday life, for example on questions such as: What should I pay attention to when choosing shoes? What is important for regular foot care at home?