Some toe nails can be very difficult to self-maintain due to a lack of patient mobility or the thickness of the nails. Nail treatment involves the reduction of the thickness and length of the nails to a comfortable level.

Corns and callous are an accumulation of dense skin cells due to excessive pressure and/or friction. Treatment involves the superficial debridement or “enucleation” (removing the core of the corn) using a sterile scalpel. These conditions often reoccur however through addressing factors such as bio-mechanics (foot function) and footwear, the development of these lesions can be delayed.