Tough Nail Issues


The Podiatrists at Oxford Street Podiatry are also experienced in the permanent removal of thickened toenails. Make an appointment to discuss this option as well as other way to help manage tough nails. Please give one of our friendly podiatrists a call. They will be happy to help!


Diabetes Education and Foot Care


The high blood sugar levels in those with Diabetes can often lead to damage of the small blood vessels and nerves in the feet. This can result in a decrease in circulation in the feet and some loss or change in the feeling in your feet. This is known as peripheral neuropathy, which causes your feet to become less sensitive to pressure, friction, pain and temperature. Please give one of our friendly podiatrists a call. They will be happy to help!


Ingrown Toe Nail Treatment


Severe or recurrent ingrown toenails can be treated with a minimally invasive surgical procedure which can be performed by the Podiatrists at Oxford Street Podiatry. This procedure is most commonly performed on the big toes, but can be done on any of the toes. Please give one of our friendly podiatrists a call. They will be happy to help!


Why Is My Nail Infected?


An infected nail can occur when the nail becomes ingrown in the side of the skin. A sign that a nail is infected is pain, swelling, redness, bleeding or appearance of pus. Please give one of our friendly podiatrists a call. They will be happy to help!