Medical pedicures commonly involve safely and gently removing corns and callus, and cutting toenails. All foot care is performed by a licensed chiropodist using sterilized medical instruments. The chiropodist checks the health of your feet with every visit. Local anesthetic is available for sensitive cases.
A Medical Pedicure Can Include:
Nail Cutting of Difficult Nails (thick, curled, etc.)
Filing Down of Thick Toenails
Corn and Callus Removal
Dry Skin Debridement
Ingrown Toenail Removal
Routine Nail Cutting
Who needs a medical pedicure?
Patients who require medical pedicures may have difficulty cutting their own toenails like seniors, they may be diabetic, or they may have recurring corns/calluses/ingrown toenails that require attention.
It is common for patients to have a regularly scheduled medical pedicure every 6-8 weeks.
A medical pedicure is an excellent way to have your foot health monitored and maintained.