Canova Beach foot doctor

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Every step you take feels like you’re being pinched in the foot…over and over again. And it’s not because of an injury—you don’t have any. No. It could have everything to do with that bothersome wart that has grown in the bottom of your foot. You’ll want to see a professional about that soon. Make it a point to visit William Harr and meet with our Canova Beach foot doctor.   

Canova Beach foot doctor

Some of the most common symptoms of warts include: small, fleshy, grainy bumps; flesh-colored, white pink or tan; rough to the couch; sprinkled with black pinpoints. When exactly is it time to see a professional about this? Watch out for any of the red flags: grows are bothersome or interfere with day-to-day tasks, the growths are painful or change in appearance or color, warts persist (despite frequent treatment), you have a weakened immune system because of immune-suppressing drugs, or if you aren’t even sure if the growths are actually warts. These warts can be easily contracted through skin-to-skin contact with folks who have warts. If you have them, it’s ideal to avoid contact with others in order to avoid spreading it. How rampant they grow depends largely on one’s immune system, so the symptoms can vary from one person to the next. Children and people with a weakened immune system are at the most risk. Sound good? Our patients certainly think so. All you have to do is swing by William Harr’s  office and treat yourself or others to wart removal, courtesy of our Canova Beach foot doctor.

Now all you have to do is take the first step—contact us. Do that via phone or e-mail. Whatever your most comfortable with. Reach out to William Harr, so you can finally be on the way to treating those warts. Head over to our Canova Beach foot doctor.