1200 Converse Street, Longmeadow, MA 01106-1675 | drchpeteros@verizon.net
Dr. Christopher H. Peteros, DPM
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Bunion & Ingrown Toenail Treatments in Longmeadow, Massachusetts

Since 1991, individuals throughout Longmeadow, Massachusetts, have come to New England Foot Specialists PC for bunion and ingrown toenail treatments. Trust us to diagnose the problem accurately and find a treatment that works for your unique needs.

Non-Surgical Treatments

Typically, we use non-surgical procedures for bunion and ingrown toenail treatments to decrease the pressure on your big toe and relieve pain. In as little as a few office visits, you can finally start enjoying pain-free living.
Touching a Foot - Bunion & Ingrown Toenail Treatments in Longmeadow, Massachusetts

Understanding the Problem

Simply put, a bunion is a bony bump on the joint on the base of your big toe. As the bump increases in size, it causes your toe to turn inward, toward the second toe. This, in turn, causes the tissues around the joint to become swollen and tender.

An ingrown toenail can arise from many different causes. While anyone is susceptible to ingrown toenails, older adults get them more frequently. Typically, an in-office ingrown toenail treatment is all you need to relieve your pain.

A Permanent Cure for Fungal Nail Infections

Fungal nail infections cause discomfort, pain, and embarrassment, thus decreasing the quality of your life. Without treatment, the infection can get worse for the nail and surrounding skin. Early treatment, on the other hand, shortens the treatment length, and increases your chances of finding a permanent cure.
Nails of Feet - Bunion & Ingrown Toenail Treatments in Longmeadow, Massachusetts

Treatments for Warts & Hammertoes

A wart, commonly seen on the bottom of feet, is an infection that's caused by a virus, which invades your skin through small cuts or breaks, on the bottom of feet. As the wart grows, it turns into a rough growth on the surface of your skin. Left untreated, it can spread to other parts of your foot or hands. At our clinic, we offer full evaluations and permanent treatment for children, teens, and adults.

Hammertoes are painful foot problems that are hereditary or caused by injuries. Simply put, they are twisted toes that resemble a bird's claw. At our office, Dr. Peteros can treat some problems with in-office podiatry services. Other cases may require surgery.
Schedule an appointment for your bunion treatment so you can improve the quality of your life.