Toenail fungus affects millions of people in the UK. Laser treatment produces significantly better results than oral or topical treatments.
Knightsbridge, London (PRWEB UK) 2 January 2013
Beauchamp Foot Care invites anyone suffering from embarrassing toenail fungus to arrange a free consultation to learn about toenail fungus laser treatments and receive £100 off the procedure until 31 January 2013.
Toenail fungus affects millions of people in the UK. Beauchamp Foot Care offers a toenail fungus laser treatment that uses a device called the PinPointe Foot Laser. The laser light beam works by penetrating the fungal nail and killing the pathogens causing the fungus. The treatment often produces significantly better results than oral or topical treatments.
The benefits of the toenail fungus laser treatment are that it’s fast, taking about 60 minutes, requires no analgesia, and has no unpleasant side effects. Patients do not usually report any pain and the procedure does not harm the nail or surrounding skin. It’s also been approved for treatment in Europe by the European Union under a CE mark.
“Many of our patients spend years trying to get rid of unsightly toenail fungus and nearly give up hope,” said Fiona Patterson, a partner and podiatrist at Beauchamp Foot Care. “Once they get the courage to schedule the laser treatment, it’s such a rewarding experience to see the relief on their faces as they see their healthy nail beginning to grow out again. It literally is life changing for them."
To book a free consultation or to learn more about toenail fungus laser treatment, visit http://www.beauchampfootcare.com or call 0800 907 0093.
About Beauchamp Foot Care
Beauchamp Foot Care is a clinic founded in 1990 with four experienced, highly qualified dedicated foot specialists plus support staff. The clinic treats patients for a variety of foot conditions related to fungal nail infections and general chiropody. Beauchamp Foot Care is located in central London close to Harrods. The clinic’s podiatrists/chiropodists are members of The Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and are registered with the Health & Care Professions Council. The podiatrists each have over 20 years’ of qualified experience in podiatric care.