This is a virus that lives within the body and presents as a ‘cauliflower’ lesion on  the foot,  little black dots can be present which are caused by bleeding in the verruca caused by pressure from walking.  It can be spread through contaminated areas or close skin contact. ,  The Verrucae accumulates  overlying hard skin which is painful and unsightly.

Reducing the overlying callus can alleviate some pain and visibly reduce the appearance of the Verrucae.  We offer the new cutting edge technology of the Swift treatment for these stubborn lesions.

We provide a full range of podiatry and chiropody services in the Liverpool area of Merseyside.chiropodist merseside