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What Are Fungal Nails?
Fungus grows in dark and damp areas; so the feet and nails are the ideal grounds for it to grow.  A fungal nail infection is very common and can spread very easily.  Unfortunately it is very hard to treat when it is in the nail.

What You Might Experience:

  • Brittle, thickened and discoloured (yellow and white patches) nails
  • Affects a small amount of nail, however can spread to the whole nail including the nail bed of all toe.

How It Can Be Treated
They tend not to cause any pain therefore a lot of people will leave it alone however, as they become thicker and the fungus spreads then this is when treatment may be required.   An appointment can be made with a podiatrist to discuss treatment options to prevent the infection spreading or to help clear the infection.





Routine Treatment


Biomechanical Assessment




Nail Surgery from


Just a Nail Cut


Prende Warm Wax Therapy



Ask a Podiatrist

Simply fill in the form below and explain your symptoms and one of our Podiatrist will get back to you as soon as possible. Our Ask-A-Podiatrist is a free and confidential service where we aim to provide you with the best possible advice.