Plantar Wart Treatment in Adelaide

Warts are small, rough bumps that develop on the skin. Foot wart is caused by an infection that can enter the skin through openings such as cuts

Symptoms Associated with Foot Wart

They are most frequently caused due to using public showers and pools. Foot wart is very common and usually will resolve without any intervention.

Plantar warts are such foot warts found at the bottom of the feet and may be painful due to the pressure they cause on underlying blood vessels and nerves.

Keep Me Walking Podiatry in Adelaide can assist you with treating plantar warts.

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Why Choose Us for Your Care?

At KMW Podiatry, we provide exceptional podiatry services across Adelaide, ensuring every patient receives personalized, high-quality care.

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We support patients under Workcover, EPC, NDIS, DVA, and other government schemes, providing consistent care for everyone.

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We adopt the latest technologies to offer advanced podiatric care, providing innovative solutions for your foot health.

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With clinics in private hospitals and GP clinics, our services are easily accessible, making it convenient for you to receive top-notch care.

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We are available around the clock for emergency assistance, ensuring you get the help you need whenever you need it.

Foot Warts Treatment Options

Treatment options for the removal of plantar warts may include:

Debriding overlying surface of the wart
using Salicylic Acid
Off-Loading Therapy
Laser Treatment

If you are having trouble with warts as well as if you have arch pain, and fracture, Keep Me Walking Podiatry in Adelaide can help you. Call us on 1800962113 to book an appointment.

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FAQs for Plantar Wart Treatment

Salicylic acid, clear nail polish, or tape can be applied to the wart consistently until the infection is killed. This can require a long time to months for progress. A specialist who eliminates moles will utilize fluid nitrogen to freeze the wart off.

Whenever left untreated, it is possible for warts to spread and for the virus that causes warts to be passed to someone else. Luckily, most grown-ups have developed immunity to the viruses that cause warts.

Indeed, Common warts are caused by a virus and are transmitted by touch. It can take a wart as long as two to six months to develop after your skin has been presented to the infection.

Warts can spread in warm water, Likewise, try not to share washcloths or towels. Warts can spread to other colleagues. Moles ought to be covered or treated.