This patient is a twenty year old female who developed a Plantar wart on her heel, she ignored it and over the next 10 months or so it spread and eventually she developed a plantar wart on the other heel.
She visited us and complained of pain walking, she had previously tried over the counter pastes on it with no change in her plantar wart, she also went to her General Practitioner and hade her plantar wart frozen with liquid nitrogen on two occasions again it made no difference to her plantar wart. Plantar warts are caused by the HPV (Human Papaloma Virus) the skin is inoculated through minute breaks in the skin known as micro trauma this allows the virus in where it multiplies causing the plantar wart, over time the plantar wart grows in size and spreads.

We find treatments such as Liquid Nitrogen are very ineffective in the treatment of warts on the sole of the foot, acids and pastes also don’t work terribly well. We have found to date the best form of treatment is surgical removal however we are now using Laser which is less painful during recovery and also has better results.

Shoe sole cushions
Plantar fasciitis exercises
Heel pain
Category: Warts On Kids

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