Hurst Podiatry Blog

How does a podiatrist treat an infected toe?

This will depend on what the cause of the infection is, in most cases an infected toe is caused by an ingrown toenail. In this case our podiatrists will discuss your treatment options and guide you to the best option. These options can include use of topical and oral antibiotics, conservative removal of the offending piece of nail with or without local or in more severe and chronic cases a partial nail avulsion.

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