We at www.dtfootwear.com will try to inform you of as many health hints for your feet. We can help all those 9E widths that are out there and that is for Men and Women!

We at www.dtfootwear.com will try to inform you of as many health hints for your feet. I hear a great deal of help from those 9E width individuals out there!

DO YOU NEED A 9 E WIDTH FOR MEN OR LADIES?  YOUR 6E OR 7E WIDE TOO TIGHT?

 

Ron Heinlein

Ron Heinlein

CEO of Dtfootwear.com that offers the best footwear found on the internet! GUARANTEE!  I have been in the footwear business for over 50 years and been trained by the best in the Therapeutic/Orthotic world.

NOW, 8 Hands-On Treatments For Ingrown Toenails

When a toenail is ingrown, it is curved and grows into the skin, usually at the nail borders (the sides of the nail). This digging of the nail irritates the skin, often creating pain, redness, swelling, and warmth in the toe.

If an ingrown nail causes a break in the skin, bacteria may enter and cause an infection in the area, which is often marked by drainage and a foul odor. However, even if the toe is not painful, red, swollen or warm, a nail that curves downward into the skin can progress to an infection.

Symptoms

Ingrown toenail symptoms include:

Pain and tenderness in your toe along one or both sides of the nail

• Redness around your toenail

• Swelling of your toe around the nail

• Infection of the tissue around your toenail

Causes

Causes of ingrown toenails include:

Heredity. In many people, the tendency for ingrown toenails is inherited.

Trauma. Sometimes an ingrown toenail is the result of trauma, such as stubbing your toe, having an object fall on your toe or engaging in activities that involve repeated pressure on the toes, such as kicking or running.

Improper trimming. The most common cause of ingrown toenails is cutting your nails too short. This encourages the skin next to the nail to fold over the nail.

Improperly sized footwear. Ingrown toenails can result from wearing socks and shoes that are tight or short.

Nail conditions. Ingrown toenails can be caused by nail problems, such as fungal infections or losing a nail due to trauma.

8 Simple treatments for ingrown toenail

Try a foot soak. Allow your sore toe to soak in a warm saltwater bath for 15 minutes a couple of times every day. This soak can help relieve pain and swelling in an ingrown toenail. Dry your foot completely after each soak.

Keep your foot dry except when soaking.

Take an over-the-counter pain-relieving medication, like acetaminophen or ibuprofen.

Rub your toe with antibiotic ointment to help reduce your chance of developing an infection

Cover the sore toe with a Band-Aid or other bandage to offer a little extra padding and protection.

Choose shoes that are easy on your toes. Shoes made of soft fabrics with a wide toe are a good choice. Avoid shoes that pinch the toes or place pressure on the ingrown toenail.

Inspect your toe carefully for signs of infection. Check every day for signs and symptoms like redness, increased pain, swelling, and drainage of pus.

See a podiatrist if you see signs of infection, or if your ingrown toenail keeps coming back.

What you should know about home treatment

Do not cut a notch in the nail. Contrary to what some people believe, this does not reduce the tendency for the nail to curve downward.

Do not repeatedly trim nail borders. Repeated trimming does not change the way the nail grows and can make the condition worse.

Do not place cotton under the nail. Not only does this not relieve the pain, but it also provides a place for harmful bacteria to grow, resulting in infection.

Avoid attempting “bathroom surgery.” Repeated cutting of the nail can cause the condition to worsen over time.

Many cases of ingrown toenails may be prevented by:

Proper trimming. Cut toenails in a fairly straight line, and do not cut them too short.

Well-fitting shoes and socks. Do not wear shoes that are short or tight in the toe area. Avoid shoes that are loose because they too cause pressure on the toes, especially when running or walking briskly.

If your toenails are abnormally curved or thick, surgery may be necessary to prevent ingrown nails.

Wear steel-toe boots if you work in hazardous conditions

Complications

Left untreated or undetected, an ingrown toenail can infect the underlying bone and lead to a serious bone infection.

When to see a doctor

See your doctor or a podiatrist if you:

Experience severe discomfort in your toe, or pus, or redness that grows.

Have diabetes or another condition that causes poor blood flow to your feet and you experience any foot sore or infection.

Sometimes a minor surgical procedure, often performed in the office, will ease the pain and remove the offending nail. After applying a local anesthetic, the doctor removes part of the nail’s side border. Some nails may become ingrown again, requiring removal of the nail root. Best advice, as always, is to consult with a podiatrist as early as possible to lessen the potential for more pain, suffering, and disability.

How can we at dtfootwear.com help prevent ingrown nails?

By having fuller and higher toe box’s in all our shoes because we have therapeutic/orthopedic style and construction.

Normal irritation is caused by a lack of wiggle room to the toes or a very low constructed toe box. This is found in most casual comfort footwear and conventional athletic footwear and that makes up 85 percent of the business, dealing with footwear, on the internet.

Watch this video to understand the difference of a conventional causal or athletic footwear compares to a therapeutic/orthopedic styling or construction shoe.

Thank you,

Ron Heinlein | President/Founder | Cell # 909-215-1622 | heinleinron@yahoo.com

DTFootwear.com Designer Therapeutic Footwear Co.

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