From annual Diabetic foot check-ups, to routine treatments to custom-made orthotics and orthopeadic footwear, Bruyere Foot Specialists will help you maintain healthy feet. We provide foot care services for feet of all ages for problems such as...
Athlete’s foot is a skin infection that causes your feet to get itchy, red and scaly. Athlete’s foot is spread when people go barefoot in public places where the air is warm and moist; such as public showers. Depending on the type of infection you have there are different athlete’s foot treatment options you could... Read More
Have you ever said “I have a painful corn on my foot”? A corn is hard extra skin with a darker center. Calluses are layers of dead skin cells that accumulate because of repeated friction from skin rubbing against bony areas or against an irregularity in a shoe. The area of hard, thickened skin can occur... Read More
Dry cracked heels can be caused by a few different reasons; having very dry skin, can be caused by the way you walk and the type of shoes you wear. In some cases dry cracked heels can get so bad they can crack until they are bleeding and this can be dangerous for people with... Read More
Are your toenails thick? Are they yellow? Do they have brown or black spots in them? Do they break easily? You may have fungal toenails. This is a very common condition and is most likely caught by walking barefoot in public places. At Bruyere Foot Specialists we now have a new treatment available: laser treatment... Read More
If you have pain in your heel when you first get up or from being on your feet for a long period of time you may have something that us specialists call Plantar Fasciitis. It’s just a fancy medical word for: “Ouch, my heel really hurts!!!” Plantar Fasciitis is when the ligament under your foot is... Read More
A Paraffin wax treatment can be effective for those who have arthritis pain, sore muscles, ligaments or tendons in your feet, dry feet or you just feel like pampering yourself. We will dip your feet into warm, soft, Paraffin wax a few times, wrap them in plastic bags, then wrap them in a towel, leave you... Read More