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Specialist ballet and dance podiatrist in Sydney

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Ballet podiatrist Eastern Suburbs and Sydney. The team at Performance Podiatry is pleased to announce that specialist ballet dancer podiatrist, Tayla Forland, has joined our team. Whilst Tayla is qualified to treat all podiatry problems, she has completed further specialist training and certifications to assist all dancers with pre-pointe preparation and assessments, pointe shoe fitting […]

Will ballet cause claw toes?

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Common feet and ankle problems in ballerinas and dancers. Claw toes, hammer toes, mallet toes, bunions and all the other similar changes and deformities are frequently noticed in ballet dancers, largely because of the movements and footwear. Ballroom dancers and Irish dancers often suffer similar foot problems. Though, deformity, pain and other complications should be […]

Toenail Fungus

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Fungal toenail infections are unsightly, frustrating and affect approximately 14% of the population. Toenail fungus infections often appear as yellow or white discoloration of the toenail, with debris accumulating under the nail bed. Left untreated, toenail fungus can result in crumbling and thickening of the nail, rough nail ridges and spreading of the infection to […]

Nail fungus laser treatment

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Laser treatments to get rid of stubborn toenail fungus Fungal nail infections are renowned for being stubborn and persistent, and are the single most common nail disorder in adults. In medical language we refer to these infections as onychomycosis. There are various treatment options for fungal toenails, however treatment is notoriously arduous for individuals to […]

Ingrown Toenails

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Treatment and removal of ingrown toenails Ingrown or ingrowing toenails are an irritating, painful and often reoccurring problem where the corner of the toenail grows into the fleshy skin surrounding it. This leads to swelling, redness, sensitivity and sometimes infection as the sharp nail edge cuts into the sensitive surrounding skin. You may find that […]