Fungal Nail Therapy

What is a fungal infection?

Nail fungus or onychomycosis is a common condition, infection begins as a white or yellow spot under the tip of your toenail. As the fungal infection goes deeper, nail fungus may cause your nail to discolour, thicken and crumble at the edge. It can affect several nails.

Foot Medics offers 3 methods of therapy to tackle fungal infections, with various prices.

  • Emtrix fungal nail treatment

  • Clearanail

  • PACT Med

Emtrix

Emtrix is an effective and clinically proven topical treatment for nails affected by fungal infection or psoriasis. The treatment improves the appearance of discoloured and deformed nails and the first signs of improvement are normally seen after just one to two weeks of treatment.

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CLEARANAIL

Clearanail is a safe, pain free and quick way of improving the appearance and eventually clearing the fungal infection. In majority of cases the use of clearanail technology only requires one session of their treatment.

 

So what is the Clearanail treatment?

Tiny, holes are gently burred around and into the infected nail or nails with a single use burr bit, then one spray a day of topical medication, soaks through the holes into the nail bed, the spread of which is enhanced when you weight bare/stand, essentially allowing micro application of the medication. That’s it.

 

+No pain

+The nail is left in-tact

+Visible improvement occurs within weeks

+Did I say No pain?

+Easy to apply nail spray once a day

+Suitable for Diabetics

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What is PACT® med fungal nail therapy?

PACT® med fungal nail therapy is a revolutionary approach for the treatment of fungal nails of the toes and fingers.The PACT® Nail Fungus Gel is applied to the nails which makes the fungus susceptible to the PACT® lamp, this is then focused onto the nail which destroys the fungal cells, and allows a new healthy nail to grow out. This treatment is painless and safe.

The Treatment process

Fungal treatment therapy must be performed at least 3 times within a week and then repeated once a month. In addition it is likely that that follow up treatments are needed depending on the severity of the infection and specific to the individual undergoing the treatment