Posts for: December, 2016
Dr Vincent L. Travisano, DPM Do you sweat excessively? Do your socks become moist as a result? I’m Doctor Vincent Travisano and today I would like to speak to my friends in St. Louis about the connection between excessive sweating and fungal nail.
When you sweat excessively, your skin remains warm and damp for a long period of time. This environment presents an optimum opportunity for fungus to develop and especially attach itself to the nail. Those with this condition need to regularly be on guard against potential infections.
If you think you may have developed fungal nail, I invite you to visit my office here in St. Louis. Schedule a Free Consultation by calling 314-287-4033 or download a Free Report today by clicking the link below…
Dr Vincent L. Travisano, DPM Are you part of a swim team? Or are you simply an avid swimmer? Hi, I’m Doctor VincentTravisano, your hometown podiatrist in St. Louis, and today I would like to talk about foot diseases that swimmers need to be especially aware of.
There are a number of foot ailments that arise as a result of having wet feet or walking in communal areas such as locker rooms and swimming pool platforms. For instance, HPV, the human papilloma virus, can easily be contracted in these environments and cause plantar warts. Fungal nail also develops as a result of picking up bacteria from these areas.
If you love to swim, try to wear something on your feet as much as possible when you exit the pool. Try to keep your feet dry as well with a simple towel rub. I invite you to come see me, Doctor Travisano, here at my office in St. Louis where we can talk about these issues more. Schedule a Free Consultation by calling 314-287-4033 or download a Free Report today by clicking the link below…
Dr Vincent L. Travisano, DPM Are your heels cracked and dry like the Arizona desert? Is the embarrassment of the condition of your heels causing you to hide your feet? Hi, I’m Doctor Vincent Travisano, and I’m a podiatrist in St. Louis. I encourage you to be proactive and do something about your condition today.
There may be a number of reasons why your heels are dry. It could be due to a lack of hydration. It could be due to a skin condition. There may be other underlying issues with your health that you are unaware of.
If you have cracked and dry feet, I invite you to come to my office here in St. Louis and let me take a look. Schedule a Free Consultation by calling 314-287-4033 or download a Free Report today by clicking the link below…