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GENERAL PODIATRY SERVICES

Medical Pedicures

At Mint Foot Care, we call our general skin and nail care treatments, Medical Pedicures.

We combine the indulgence of a pedicure treatment with the expert care and hygiene of qualified podiatrists to give you a unique foot care experience. Our highly qualified podiatrists will carefully analyse your current circumstance and provide the necessary treatment to bring your skin and nails back to a beautiful condition.

All our medical pedicures include expert nail care, corn and callus removal with the spa indulgence of a peppermint foot soak, peppermint infused cold hand towel, peppermint infused hot foot towel and a peppermint lotion hand and foot massage.

Corns and Callus

Corns and Callus are easily treated by a podiatrist, usually by ‘debridement’, which involves scraping off the dead skin with a scalpel. The podiatrist will also assess why these lesions may be there in the first place, and help to provide some strategies to focus on prevention. This may include wearing correctly fitting footwear, pressure deflection devices or prescribing custom orthotics.

Nails

We treat a range of nail conditions such as ingrown toenails, thickened toenails, deformed toenails, fungal infected toenails, and partially detached toenails.

Fungal Infections

Fungal infections of the foot can affect either the skin or toenails. Our podiatrists can assist in clinical diagnosis by a physical examination and, if needed, a microscopy and/or culture of nail or skin specimens. Routine foot care and application of prescribed topical antifungal solution/cream may be part of the treatment plan. Advice on hygiene and management may be recommended.

Additional Services/Add Ons

Indulge with an intensely moisturising peppermint paraffin wax bath, decadent peppermint foot scrub or cooling peppermint foot mask which deeply condition and revitalise the skin.

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Latest News

  • NEWS AND EVENTS

    Closure

    We will be closing on Monday 8 January 2018 and will reopen at 1:30pm on Tuesday, 23 January 2018. If you wish to book an appointment, you can now book online by clicking on the BOOK ONLINE tab found on the header of each page of our website.

    Date:6 December 20, 2017
  • FOOTWEAR

    Do Your Shoes Pass the Healthy Shoe Checklist?

    Do Your Shoes Pass the Healthy Shoe Checklist? Footwear plays a key role in the development of foot and toe problems such as bunions, calluses, corns and plantar fasciitis. These conditions can be prevented or the progression reduced by wearing good fitting and supportive footwear. Since our feet come in all different shapes and sizes […]

    Date:6 November 22, 2017
  • BONE

    STRESS FRACTURES

    WHAT IS A STRESS FRACTURE? A stress fracture is an incomplete crack in a bone. Stress fractures are caused by repeated stress or repetitive activity over a period, weakening the bone. Stress fractures are common in runners and athletes who participate in soccer, basketball and people who change their activities such as by trying a […]

    Date:6 November 22, 2017
  • STAFF

    Mia-Office Administrator

    Mia-Office Administrator The youngest member of our team, Mia is a dynamic office administrator. Mia is currently studying nursing and plays an active role in our infection control procedures and assisting our podiatrists. Outside of work Mia likes to stay active by participating in netball and hitting the gym.

    Date:6 November 22, 2017
  • FOOTWEAR

    Effects of high heels on feet

    Effects of high heels on feet High heels dominate the fashion industry. They give women more confidence and empowerment by elongating and accentuating the legs, increasing height and drawing attention from both men and women. However, high heels not only cause chronic foot problems, but can also lead to common complaints like leg and back […]

    Date:6 November 22, 2017
  • NAILS

    Why Does My Nail Polish Stain My Nails Yellow?

    This is a common complaint that I hear from many of my patients. There are two possible causes. The most likely reason is a colour reaction. Darker coloured polishes in particular can stain nails due to a chemical reaction between the colorant and the nail plate. It can also take a few days to a […]

    Date:6 November 16, 2017