Treating Warts

Are you suffering from a foot wart and are too embarrassed to get it checked out? Do you want to know what you can do to make it better?

If so, then look no further. Your Colorado Springs, CO, podiatrist, Dr. Matthew Hinderland, can help you.

More on Warts

You develop warts when a virus, called human papilloma virus (HPV), infects your foot. Warts are usually small growths on the skin and appear on the plantar side of your foot, which is essentially the bottom.

Plantar warts grow deep into the skin. Wart sizes vary, but they start small and become larger over time.

Types of Warts

The two types of warts are a solitary wart, which is when a single wart starts increasing in size and number, and mosaic wart, which are clusters of warts growing near each other.

Symptoms

There are some basic symptoms to keep an eye out for:

Diagnosis Process

While you may familiarize yourself with the symptoms, you still need a doctor in order to confirm what type of wart you have, if it's a wart at all and prescribe proper treatment.

For more information on removing plantar warts, you should call Foot and Ankle Institute of Colorado in Colorado Springs, CO at (719) 488-4664 today!

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