For Release: July 10, 2012
A new laser technology used to treat toenail fungus is available by Orthopaedist Dr. Pam Davis of Foot & Ankle Specialists of Davenport.
(Davenport, IA) – Putting our best foot forward in summer just got easier for those who suffer unsightly toenails from fungal infections. While many prefer air-conditioned feet clad in sandals and flip-flops during the summer, it’s also the season’s heat and humidity that creates the perfect conditions for this type of infection.
“People who often go to public swimming pools, gyms, or even athletes who sweat a great deal, can contract toenail fungal infections,” explains Davenport Orthopedic Surgeon Pam Davis, M.D., Foot & Ankle Specialists. “If your toes don’t have the opportunity to dry out, you are at higher risk.”